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August 07, 2011

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Vol. LXIII, No. 5, New Delhi, AUGUST 07, 2011

Special Report
Friends of Pakistan should have no place in India's public space

By KG Suresh

PAKISTAN’S nefarious covert and overt attempts to defame, denigrate and destabilise India have once again come to the fore with the recent arrest of Ghulam Nabi Fai, by US authorities for collaborating with the notorious Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), by funneling money to influence American policy on Kashmir. more >

A message to Indian youth from RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat
Work for safety and prosperity of the motherland

Author Name Comes here

“THE youth of Bharat should rise above selfishness by giving time to the society to make the nation strong. There is a need to make efforts for right action. The general trend of confining indoors should stop and one should come out to serve for the country’s cause. The youth of the nation must work for the safety and prosperity of the country,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat. more >

News Analysis
At Liberty
National security not on UPA’s agenda?

By Ravi

THE United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government at the Centre has failed miserably on all fronts, but its failure on the front of national security has proved to be most disgraceful and scandalous. It has made the safety of citizens a joke. more >

That Sinking Feeling

IS the UPA determined to make India a country of beggars? The aphorism might sound a little too harsh, considering that the country boasts of being one of the booming economies in the world, growing at over eight per cent and one of the largest, young, working, middle class population with purchasing power boosting the consumer market. more >

Padgaonkar must be sacked for liaising with Fai
By Sukhwant Kapoor

THE Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI’s) crackdown on ISI funding, which resulted into the arrest of Ghulam Nabi Fai in the United States, has brought the real story of ‘freedom struggle’ in Kashmir into sharp focus. more >

Gujarat’s economy India’s Guangdong
Courtesy: The Economist

SO MANY things work properly in Gujarat that it hardly feels like India. In a factory packed with kit from Germany and China, slabs of rubber and bags of carbon black are turned into tyres. After being X-rayed for imperfections, they will be distributed across India or sent for export within three days. more >

News Round-Up

Antony gags military chiefs
By Sukhwant Kapoor

DEFENCE Minister AK Antony’s direction to the chiefs of Army, Navy, and Air Force to minimise their interface with the media is in character with the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) regime. Ineffective in safeguarding national security, the government wants its inadequacies to be kept under wraps. more >

Special Report
Maoists see ‘Salwa Judum’ in Mamata’s fight against terrorists

By Asim Kumar Mitra

ONLY two months have passed since Mamata Banerjee has taken over the post of the Chief Minister of West Bengal. more >

Omar Abdullah’s terrorist rehabilitation policy is a ploy to swell militant ranks in J&K
From Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

THE decision of the Union Home Ministry to implement the order of NC-Congress government for the so-called rehabilitation of the militants residing for the past 20 years in Pakistan shall cause not only threat to the security of the country but also endanger the future prospects of Indo-Pak Peace Dialogue. more >

Art of Living 30th Anniversary World Cultural Festival at Berlin, Germany

A world cultural festival was held on 2nd and 3rd July in the Olympic stadium at Berlin Germany. more >

Prime Minister felicitates Chhattisgarh for highest production of paddy

PRIME Minister Dr Manmohan Singh felicitated Chhattisgarh Government for highest production of paddy in the country. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister and State’s Agriculture Minister Shri Chandrasekhar Sahu jointly received the Award in New Delhi on July 16. The Award consists of a memento and Rs one crore. more >

World Bank loan to clean Ganga
By Dr Surendra Singh Pokharna

AS per a recent report in the press, Government of India has taken a loan of around one billion dollars or around 4,000 crore rupees to clean Ganga. River Ganga is worshipped in the Hindu mythology and people respect it like a mother . more >

VHP, RSS protest secret trip
Pak official visits Sri Padmanabha Swami temple

By S Chandrasekhar

A secret visit of Pakistan High Commission official Abid Syed and his wife Nagmena to Sri Padmanabha Swami Temple in Thiruvananthapuram on the early hours of April 21 sparked a major controversy in Kerala. more >

Anger brewing against Muziris project
Left bid to rewrite Kerala history


MUZIRI Patanam or Muziris also known as ‘Pazhnam’ is an ancient port of Kerala near Kodungallur, in present Kochi-Thrissur districts. It is linked to Thiruvanchikulam, an ancient Shiva Temple, also near Kodungallur. more >

Chidambaram’s bunkum claims
By TC Govindan

SHRI P Chidambaram is not talking the truth. Bomb making was first started by CPI(M) in West Bengal to terrorise Congress supporters and also to eliminate their party workers in the 1960s-70s. To counter the CPI(M), Congress also started manufacturing bombs. more >

Cover Page

The Moving Finger Writes

Telangana: A call for new thinking
By MV Kamath

IT is difficult to understand a government that promises to set up Telangana as a separate state and then reneges on its promise. On November 29, 2009, K Chandrasekhar Rao, president of the Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) went on a fast-unto-death, demanding that the Congress Party introduce a Telangana Bill in Parliament. more >

Thinking Aloud

Narendra Modi shows what India can do
By Dr Jay Dubashi

DURING the Cold War, an American was haranguing a crowd of Russians in Moscow, but taking care not to criticise the Kremlin. more >

Media Watch

India is a land of riches, not poor

WHO says India is a land of poor people? According to the World Wealth Report released recently by Capgemini and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, India appears to be adding millionaires at a fairly fast clip with about 72 new high net worth individuals getting added each day in 2010. more >


Adaptable human mind
By Manju Gupta
Adapt, Tim Harford, Little Brown/Hachette, Pp 309, Rs 499.00

In praise of Indian curry
Curry: The Story of Britain’s Favourite Dish, Shrabani Basu, Rupa & Co., Pp 188, Rs 295.00

Techno-innovative murder mystery
By Jayant Patel
Hickory Dickory Shock: The Tale of Techies, Sundip Gorai, Rupa & Co., Pp 288, Rs 195.00

Creative patriotic poetry
Aankhin Dekhi Antar Lekhi (Hindi), Aanand Aadeesh, Pratibha Pratishthan, Pp 120, Rs 150.00

The story of India’s Vanvasis
By Preeti Mathur
Haan, Hum Hindu Hain (Hindi tr.), Lakshman Tople, Suruchi Prakashan, Pp 90, Rs 40.00

Atatürk and triumph of nationalism over Islam
By Dr R Balashankar
Atatürk: An Intellectual Biography, Sukru Hanioglu, Princeton University Press,Pp 273(HB), $27.95.

Biographies of two eminent US Presidents
By Tej N Dhar
John F Kennedy, Robert Dallek, Oxford University Press, Pp 96 (HB); $ 12.95

An inspiring story of a woman’s struggle
By Manju Gupta
The Folded Earth, Anuradha Roy, Hachette India, Pp 262, Rs 495.00


Only way to crush terrorist attacks on India
By JG Arora

As per Aristotle, “Tolerance and apathy are the first signs of a dying society.”

THOUGH Hindus fought foreign invaders bravely for several centuries, they have been enslaved by fake secularism after 1947; and because of fake secularism, they have developed irrational tolerance, indifference, self-flagellation, self-blame and capitulation before their tormentors. more >


Jihadi terrorism and the Muslim civil society
By MG Vaidya

JIHADI terrorism has again bared its cruel fangs in Mumbai, the world known financial capital of India. Three, almost simultaneons bomb explosions, took place in that targetted city, on July 14, killing about a score of innocent persons. more >

Kids’ Org

Bhima: Strong and virtuous
By KK Shanmukhan

BHIMA who was the main pillar of support for the life of the Pandavas and Kunti was a voracious eater and a good cook too. He had hardly any match to his immense physical strength. After escape form the wax palace, Kunit and her sons sought refuge in a Brahman’s house at Ekachakra in the guise of Brahmans. more >

News in Brief

Mani Shankar Aiyer’s moment of glory
By Dr Vijaya Rajiva

FOLLOWING the infamous night of June 4, when Swami Ramdev and his gathering of peaceful non-violent followers were attacked reportedly on orders of Congress president and her two henchmen, more >

Readers’ Forum

A painter’s assault on Hindu India (Organiser 26.6.11)
Author Name Comes here

Is it not amazing that MF Husain, a Muslim painter, who lived in Hindu India all his life, kept on insulting Hindus incessantly by deliberately painting Hindu gods and goddesses in very derogatory manner, still no Hindu harmed him physically. more >

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