What you would normally suppose the meaning to be would be:
People who vichar vidia (think over or study education) are parupkari (helpers of others).
But, for whatever weird reason, Prof. Sahib Singh inverts the words and claims this as the meaning:
People who become parupkari, think of them as having become a person who vichars vidia.
Agree, and same here.
Not only that, but with hundreds of posts (like you have), why should you have to be forced to undergo moderation. Especially if there's never been a problem before?
Also, the "link" button has been disabled. I think it should be brought back at least for longtime users.
The Admin is just making more work for himself by having to approve Every Single Link.
The article says that in the UK, the Charities Commission says a charity cannot be political.
I can't really comment on that or for advocacy in general, but I am under the impression that just about every Jewish synagogue advocates for Israel. And many religious institutions advocate for Darfur and Tibet.
Will the Charities Commission also be looking into that?