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April 12, 2009




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Vol. LX, No. 40, New Delhi, April 12, 2009

Exclusive Interview
Polity should become nation-centric
For this, Hindus have to assert their influence during election time?Sarkaryavah Bhaiyaji Joshi

... spoke about politics, priorities before the Sangh, role of Hindutva in politics, agriculture, food scarcity and developmental issues in this interview with Organiser Editor R Balashankar and Correspondent Pramod Kumar. Excerpts:

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In the wake of Mahavir Jayanti (April 7, 2009)
MAHAVIR : A Fearless Hero

By Acharya Mahaprajna

ON an auspicious day in 511 BC, Lord Mahavir was born. The birth of a person in this world is a common event. A number of people are born unnoticed on this earth everyday but Mahavir?s birth was marked by an uncanny element.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Keep your powder dry, you can be all things to all!
By Dr. Jay Dubashi

HOW many political parties are there in India? Twenty, fifty, hundred? Actually there is only one proper party. The rest are political mafias masquerading as parties. The only exception is the BJP which is an authentic political party,...    more >

Editorial
The choice is clear
It is NDA or Chaos


THE NCP, which is contesting 22 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra and hopes to see its leader Sharad Pawar on the Prime Minister?s chair, has clarified that Dr. Manmohan Singh is not the Prime Ministerial candidate of the UPA but he is the candidate of the Congress Party.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Taliban has many counsels
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

THE world may rue the ascension of Barack Obama as the US President, for his soft approach to terror is be giving a fillip to jehadis.    more >

Stem moral decay of Naga youths
By Jagdamba Mall

NAGA society need not pass through the process of religious and cultural genocide like the western countries and then return to the same point after completion of the circle.    more >

AGP-BJP alliance emerges powerful in Assam
By Nava Thakuria

AS the election waves are gaining momentum throughout India, Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) suddenly emerges as an important rival for the ruling Congress government in Assam.    more >

Varanasi Parliamentary Constituency
Dr Joshi is fighting against muscle and money power

By Subhash Singh from Varanasi

VARANASI (Kashi) is the cultural capital of Uttar Pradesh. Also known as ?Bhole ki Nagari? (the city of God Shankar), Varanasi boasts of the famous Kashi Vishvanath Mandir.    more >

BSP-Congress conspiracy to malign Varun
Draconian terror law against BJP candidate a political vendetta

By Subhash Singh from Pilibhit/Lucknow

THE ?episode of Pilibhit? has created a new dimension in the politics of Uttar Pradesh. On one hand Varun Gandhi has been established as a new and strong saffron face of Hindu society but on the other hand the ugly faces of UP government and secular parties have been unearthed.    more >

LDF and UDF competing for Muslim vote-bank in Kerala
By Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

WITH the last date for nominations in the State for the General Elections to the 15th Lok Sabha over, the political parties and the major fronts, LDF and the UDF have accelerated their electioneering.    more >

Tibetans acknowledge Indian bonhomie
Nalanda tradition is back to India

By Ratnadeep Banerji

TIBETAN banishment in India has completed its 50 years. The Tibetan Government-in-exile has expressed its earnest gratitude to India and its people for according cozy shelter in distressed times.    more >

Insult of Hindu deities in history textbook
DU Vice Chancellor summoned in Punjab court

FOC

DR Deepak Pental, Vice Chancellor of Delhi University, was summoned by the court of Sub Divisional Magistrate Shri Rakesh Kumar in Dera Bassi, Punjab. Dr Pental has to appear before the court on April 22.    more >

Annual conference of Japfu Phiki Pfutsana Kehou
FOC

ANNUAL conference of Japfu Phiki Pfutsana Kehou was organised on March 24 at Panchayat Hall of Viswema village in which over one hundred representatives of 10 villages from Southern Angami area assembled.    more >

Zeliangrong Heraka Association condemns gruesome murder of Nagas in NC Hills
FOC

ZELIANGRONG Heraka Association Nagaland, Zeliangrong Heraka Youth Organisation Nagaland and Zeliang Heraka Pailei Baudi Nagaland jointly condemned the gruesome murder of five Zemi Nagas from the Zemi villages...    more >

SNDP emerges a dynamic force of Hindu renewal
A successful effort in economic emancipation through micro-financing

By S Chandrasekhar

THE Sree Narayan Dharma Paripalana Yogam (SNDP), the sword arm of the 26 per cent Hindu Ezhava community of Kerala, has completed 106 years of existence.    more >

Target 25 lakh votes and two seats
BJP: Strong presence in most seats

By S Chandrasekhar

WITH strong moves to improve on its 2004 performance of 18 lakh votes and 13 per cent vote share, the BJP is targeting to hit the bulls? eye of 25 lakh votes and win the Lok Sabha seats of Thiruvananthapuram (Capital city) and Kasargod, in extreme north bordering Karnataka.    more >

Mollycoddling Madhani is not secularism?Rajnath
Press Statement issued by BJP President Shri Rajnath Singh on March 31, 2009 at Cochin (Kerala).

EVER since the UPA Government has come to power the country has been witness to many terrorist attacks.    more >

Grand reception accorded to new Sarsanghachalak at Ramlila Grounds
"Our victory is certain. All the good forces are with us"

By Pramod Kumar

"WE all are swayam-sevaks. The responsibility may change but a swayamsevak always remains a swayamsevak.    more >

COVER PAGE



Special Report

Left in Bengal likely to suffer a jolt in Lok Sabha elections
By Ranjit Roy

THREE consecutive reverses in West Bengal Assembly by-elections have put the ruling Left Front in a fix on the eve of the Lok Sabha polls. The Left leaders in general and the CPM in particular could not find a way out to recover before the three-phase Lok Sabha polls in the State slated for April-May.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Muslim status in Indian society
By M.V. Kamath

IN his book Islam and the Muslims of India, S S Gill makes some significant observations regarding the education of Muslim children in India. Education, it is well to remember, is the key point in the development of children into healthy, economically self-sufficient young men.    more >

Think It Over

Is the Gita self-contradictory?
By MSN Menon

NO, it is not. Then who says it is so? The Christians and Muslims. More so Western critics. But are they competent to be judges of the Indian heritage? I do not think so.    more >

Kids? Org

Kingship to Brahmarishi: The making of Vishwamitra
By Ratnadeep Banerji

ONCE upon in the mist of history, King Kaushik was conducting an army drill amidst dense forests in a deep valley of his kingdom. He was amazed to spot an enchanting tapovan. The king had never known of such an exotic ashram to exist in his kingdom.    more >

Bookmark
Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

A guide to marketing goods and ideas
Direct Marketing in Action, Andrew R Thomas, Dale M Lewison, William J Hauser and Linda M Foley, Macmillan India Ltd, Pp 218, Rs 175.00

The power of presentation
Shay McConnon: Presenting with Power, Macmillan India Ltd, Pp 138, Rs 198.00

The science of Quran
Creation Mystery: Quran And Science, Moid Siddiqui, Adam publishers, Pp 180, Rs 160.00
By Ratnadeep Banerji


Mani Shankar on political transition
By M.V. Kamath
A Time of Transition: Rajiv Gandhi to the 21st Century: Mani Shankar Aiyar; Penguin Viking; Pp 373, Rs 599.00


Self-help book to sell your ideas
Getting Your Point Across, Philip Khan-Panni, Macmillan India Ltd, Pp 192, Rs 195.00

A spiritual journey
Thus have I been Taught, JP Vaswani, Sterling Paperbacks, Pp 120, Rs 99.00

Health Watch

Quantum Magnetic Resonance
Regeneration of human chondrocytes in degenerative joints

By RV Kumar, Ranjit Kumar and Srinivasan Radhesh

IT is established that trans membrane potential (TMP) is one of the known cellular signaling pathways. TMP pathways also regulate synthesis of various proteins at the appropriate time in the living cells.    more >

Media Watch

Media making a mountain out of a molehill

IN the twenties, thirties and forties of the 20th century, Charlie Chaplin was a name to be reckoned with in the cinematic world. He was not just a comedian, as many have taken him to be. He was an intense humanist who could mock at the frailties of life.    more >

Agenda

Conversion: Colonisation through faith

WHEN we talk about conversion, we talk about change from one way of thinking and behaving to another. Conversion in religion is to give up one religion and take on another for better or worse. In my young age, the first conversion story I heard was that of my own mother.    more >

Readers? Forum

Government control of temples weakening Hinduism (Organiser, 8-3-2009);
?DR TH CHOWDARY, [email protected]

Our Constitution enjoins ?secularism? on our governments. ?Secularism? could mean that the State has nothing to do with any religion or that it should treat all religions equally.    more >




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