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January 25, 2009




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Vol. LX, No. 29, New Delhi, JANUARY 25, 2009

The unanswered questions in Marad verdict
By Arun Laxman

THE verdict in the infamous Marad case has come and both the prosecution and the accused have already declared that they would file an appeal.    more >

Marad convictions expose political link of terror harbingers
Left, Congress tried to mislead probe, shield culprits
62 get life imprisonment

By S Chandrasekhar

THE Marad Special Courts Judge Babu Mathew P. Joseph on January 15 sentenced to life imprisonment 62 Muslims for butchering eight Hindu fishermen in Marad sea shore, near Kozhikode, on May 2, 2003.    more >

Insight
Defalsification of Indian history
By Dr. Subramanian Swamy

The UPA has succeeded in persuading more state governments to accept the NCERT texts. A report on Monday (January 5, 2009) said 12 more state governments have accepted to teach NCERT texts in their schools.    more >

Editorial
A new enlightenment for Congress

THE Mumbai terror attack seems to have hit the UPA government like a thunderbolt and enlightened its vision. The government that used to rubbish any nationalist suggestion to ensure national security by dealing firmly with the terrorists and their domestic harbingers ....    more >

The bloodsoaked wages of appeasement
By MD Nalapat

THANKS to the policies of appeasement, India has become one of the most unsafe locations in the world, a country where each city is in the sights of a deadly enemy, and where a citizen who goes to a shopping mall or a hotel or a railway station does not know if she or he will be alive to return from such an excursion.    more >

Satyam & lies
For corporates successful crime is virtue

By Aditya Pradhan

AN Indian SME owner maintains two books of account?one which is full of under-invoicing and depressed figures meant for his wife and the IT department, and the other which is full of inflated figures meant for his mistress.    more >

River linking project can bring rural prosperity
By Arabinda Ghose

THE Standing Committee on Water Resources of fourteenth Lok Sabha in its 11th report tabled in both Houses of Parliament in October, 2008 referred to the report of the study by...    more >

A temple en route to Sindh in Jaisalmer
By Lokpal Sethi in Tanot (Jaisalmer)

SOON after the 1971 Indo-Pak war, in which Pakistan received a crushing defeat from Indian forces, one of its brigadiers Shahnawaz Khan, who was the sector commander in war zone of his country, sought the permission from his government to visit a temple across the border.    more >

Judicial accountability and transparency
By Shyam Khosla

IT is ironical that the judiciary is resisting public scrutiny of judges? wealth by disowning its decade-old resolution that made disclosure of judges? assets mandatory, at a time when there is a strong demand for greater transparency in appointment and functioning of superior judiciary.    more >

Islamisation of Malaysia destroying its composite culture

HINDU Munnani, Tamil Nadu, urged the Malaysian Government to respect the rights of Hindus in the country and work towards dismantling the racial and ...    more >

National Youth Day
Empower Young India, follow Swami Vivekananda's ideal


TODAY is the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.    more >

Bet Shankhodwar: An iconic landmark of Hindu faith
By Narayan Parmar

THE chariot of the God of the East touches the soil of India first at the divine land of Puryanchal, and bids farewell from the holy land of Bet Shankhodwar, a place situated on the western seashore.    more >

Fourth Bharatvanshi Gaurav Samman presented to HST, Mauritius
FOC

?Bharatvasi (Indian citizens) and Bharatvanshi (people of Indian origin) together constitute a formidable global Indian community which has excelled in diverse fields,? said former Deputy Prime Minister Shri LK Advani.    more >

Conversions creating social tension in Karnataka
From R Guru Prasad from Bengaluru

IT seems Christian groups have decided to convert all Hindus to Christianity at any cost.    more >

Terror prevails in UP
Mayawati?s government failed in checking mafia

By Subhash Singh from Lucknow

MAYAWATI had fought the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections in 2007 on the issue of poor law and order situation under Mulayam Singh?s government.    more >

Karnataka launches organic farming mission
By R Guru Prasad in Bengaluru

KARNATAKA farmers are more privileged when compared to other farmers across India as the state government is set to change their lives through organic farming.    more >

My first encounter with Sangh
By Deepika

MY husband was the first person to introduce me with the RSS.    more >

A search for India's true history
By Pramod Kumar

"INDIANS are being cheated of their true history.    more >

Rajasthan governor talks of Sangh, makes controversy
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

IT has virtually become a habit for Rajasthan governor SK Singh to land himself into controversies.    more >

Vibrant Gujarat summit mops up 7 billion investment
1.4 million jobs to be created

By Narain Parmar

SHRI Narendra Modi inched closer to being regarded as the national icon of inclusive development on January 12 as Gujarat government?s two-day ?Vibrant Gujarat Global Investor?s summit? got off to a rousing start.    more >

COVER PAGE

The Moving Finger Writes

What's wrong with our Islamic community
By M.V. Kamath

THE trouble with India is that it is indestructible. One may hash it, bash it, mash it and ground it to the dust but next morning it is up again, wearing a cheerful smile and a forgiving countenance. What can one possibly do to destroy this nation which is a civilisation, more than a nation?    more >

Kids Org

Be happy with what you have
By Manju Gupta

KING Gadhinandana decided to go on penance and went deep into the forest to pray. He meditated for years, living a life of austerity. Lord Shiva became pleased at his devotion and appeared before him to ask, ?Why are you praying to me since so long, subjecting yourself to all kinds of hardship? What do you want? I am worried about you.?    more >

Sangh Samachar

Service is an opportunity to earn punya?K.S. Sudarshan
FOC

VHP?s Governing Council meet
VHP asks Centre to come clean on terror

FOC

Knit India Tour by SEIL
FOC

Home coming in Badayun and Patna
FOC

Tribute to Jorawar Singh, Fateh Singh and Mata Gujari Devi
FOC

BOOKAMRK
Book Reviews by Ratnadeep Banerji
Book Reviews by Manju Gupta
Open Forum

Dynamic revolution through micro-organisms
By Achyut Railkar

Biotechnology: An amalgamation of genetic engineering, biochemistry, and microbiology is unparallel expansion of applied biology. With its use, practically all the processes right from simplest process of fermentation by yeast to the most advance recombinant DNA (Deoxyribose Nucleic Acid) technology are exploited.    more >

Interview of the Week

BJP wins where sangathan is strong

BJP national secretary Shri Prabhat Jha was elected to Rajya Sabha last year. Combining the traits of a journalist, an RSS swayamsevak and a politician, he has been in the midst of numerous electoral battles in various states. He prides in working behind the stage, trying to keep himself aloof from the glare. Organiser representative Ambacharan Vashishth interviewed him. Excerpts:    more >

Readers? Forum

Angry nation seeks answers (Organiser, 14-12-2008);
?AJAY TYAGI by e-mail

All it took to exorcise the ghost of Hindu terrorism off the backs of left/liberal intelligentsia was one more jihadi attack, albeit unprecedented in magnitude and efficiency. Media?both electronic and print?so busy till the other day, breaking one ?story? after another and churning out one editorial after another to pontificate about the ramifications of ?majority extremism??...    more >




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