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January 11, 2009

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Vol. LX, No. 27, New Delhi, January 11, 2008

RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat in Shillong
India has to give a unifying principle?Mohan Bhagwat


?THE RSS is helping everything and everyone who tries to protect his own identity and loves other identities at the same time. RSS is always with all those efforts. The concept of one identity being against other identity itself is not our concept.    more >

Interview of The Week
I wish to take Himachal to the top: Prof. Dhumal

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal completed one year in the office on December 30. In a wide-ranging interview to Organiser representative Amba Charan Vashishth Prof. Dhumal spoke at length about his achievements and plans for the future.    more >

A Matter Of Economics
Let's rate them too
By R. Balashankar

THE eclipse of the investment banks which for over a decade epitomised the modern financial system was the most cataclysmic outcome of the economic meltdown of 2008.    more >

Join madrasa, why sit for tough CBSE board exam?

THE UPA?s weird ideas on affirmative action to appease its vote bank have taken yet another absurd leap. The latest is to make madrasa certificates equivalent to CBSE.    more >

J&K election shows unprecedented BJP gain
Emerges the biggest party in Jammu, gains foothold in Kashmir too

From Khajuria S Kant and Prakriiti Gupta in Jammu

THE 2008 polls in Jammu and Kashmir have been historic for numerous reasons?first it witnessed a highest-ever voters turnout who defied the boycott call given by Kashmiri separatist groups and most significantly the biggest-ever victory by Hindu forces.    more >

BJP committed to end regional discrimination?Ashok Khajuria

STATE BJP president Ashok Khajuria, who won Jammu East seat in this state Assembly election, while talking to this reporter said: ?I thank the people of J&K, who have reposed their faith in us.    more >

BJP consolidates its position in Karnataka
Wins five out of eight seats in by-election

From R Guru Prasad in Bengaluru

THE lotus once again bloomed in Karnataka as the BJP registered an impressive show in the by-election to the eight Assembly constituencies. The BJP bagged five of the eight seats, whereas JD(S) managed to garner only three seats.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Pak textbooks build hate culture against India
By Arif Mohammed Khan

THE empowerment of terror in Pakistan has not happened overnight. This is the logical culmination of the politics and policies pursued by Pakistan for years now.    more >

Seminar on ?Indian Muslims and Modernity?
Islam lost middle ground


MULLAHS have always insisted on literal translation of the Quran saying it is valid for all times to come.    more >

Threat to the Union
Soft-pedalling on defence preparedness

By Bharat Verma

DESPITE the threat to the territorial integrity of the Union being visible for decades, New Delhi continues to mishandle the military preparedness year-after-year by degrading it.    more >

Challenges in education system


PUNJAB unit of Shiksha Sanskriti Utthan Nyas organised a seminar in Chandigarh on ?Challenges in present education and its alternate? on December 13.    more >

This war is against Indian culture
By Subramanian Swamy

IN the case of terrorist menace, because of their ideological and religious beliefs, many terrorists place extreme value on their political objectives relative to other ends (e.g., life and property).    more >

Shri Rajnath Singh visits Mumbai on December 29, 2008
BJP's nationalist agenda rewarded in J&K


IT has been more than a month since the terrorists from Pakistan launched a massive attack on Mumbai. Terrorist attack of November 26 was not only an act of aggression against the people of Mumbai but also a cruel assault on the sovereignty and dignity of India.    more >

BJP Teachers Cell meet in Dehradun
Cultivate healthy attitudes in students?Bachi Singh Rawat


FIRST state working committee meeting of BJP Teachers Cell, Uttarakhand, was organised at Asha Ram Vedic Inter College in Dehradun on December 29.    more >

Doing Good: The limits of appeasement
By Dr Babu Suseelan

AFTER hundreds of years of brutal Islamic invasion and Christian colonialism, India got Independence in 1947.    more >

ISI-Pak bid to cripple India
LeT targeting Viraat

By S Chandrasekhar

THE ISI-LeT jehadi gang-up is targeting INS Viraat, India?s only aircraft carrier, to weaken India?s air and sea supremacy in the event of an all-out war.    more >

Shri Arun Ojha is new national convener of SJM
SJM Rashtriya Sabha, Bengaluru
UPA mismanaged economy


SWADESHI Jagaran Manch asked the Union Government to explain its failure to anticipate the collapse of US financial system resulting in global meltdown.    more >



RK Nayak?s involvement in Swami Laxmanananda?s murder
Needle of suspicion points to ex-IAS Congress leader

By Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

THE Orissa Crime Branch is probing into the matter relating to retired IAS officer and Congress Member of Parliament RK Nayak?s involvement in the gruesome murder of Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati on August 23, 2008.    more >

Media Watch

The brigade that undermines national security

NOBODY can say that the media did not cover the murderous jehadi attacks on Mumbai inadequately. Actually the charge is that the media covered it too extensively and often with total disregard to unwritten norms that endangered the safety of hostages.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Time to look afresh at our fellow citizens

ISN?T it time now to stop breast-beating and fault-finding and get down to the business of finding what is wrong with Muslims?in India and in Pakistan?and seeking a way to mutual understanding?    more >

Kids Org

How Hanuman outwitted his enemy
By Manju Gupta

KING Ravana had an uncle named Kala Nemi, who was keen to rule over half of Ravana?s kingdom. When confronted with a war against King Rama?s powerful monkey brigade, Ravana turned to Kala Nemi for help. The latter agreed to kill the enemy in the battle, provided Ravana promised to part with half his kingdom. Knowing the strength of Lord Rama and the prowess of Kala Nemi, Ravana promptly agreed.    more >

Play & Learn
A Butterfly Casket


Health Watch

Winter woes and healthy living
By Dr Vandana Sood

WINTER brings with it a welcome relief from the heat and dust. But it also brings with it its own share of problems like cold, flu, cough, aggravation of chronic illnesses like asthma, arthritis and heart diseases and skin problems like dry and chapped skin.    more >

Book Review by Manju Gupta

Family as the foundation of a nation
Happy and Harmonious Family, Acharya Mahapragya, Jain Vishva Bharati, pp 240, Rs 250.00

Should you insure yourself?
Insurance for Everyone, Kshitij Patukale, Macmillan India Ltd, pp 310, Rs 160.00

The culture of family in India
The Family and The Nation, Acharya Mahapragya and APJ Abdul Kalam, HarperCollins, pp 213, Rs 250.00
By Dr Ravindra Nath Pal

Women in Mahatma's life
Mahatma Gandhi aur Unki Mahila Mitra (Hindi), Girja Kumar, Vitasta Publishing Pvt Ltd, pp 429, Rs 250.00

Benefits of Aroma therapy
The Secret Benefits of Aroma Therapy, Sumeet Sharma, Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd, pp 96, Rs 75.00

Self-employment and hand embroidary cluster in W. Bengal
Micro Economic Study of Hand Embroidery Cluster in West Bengal, Swadeshi Jagaran Manch, pp 107, Rs 500.00

Special Report

The police doubling up as law enforcer, court and judge
By Nirmala Sitharaman

IN Andhra Pradesh, the intention of the law enforcing and investigating agency ? the police ?is noble, as every where, I suppose. Being a part of the criminal justice system, they have a role to play, haven?t they? In the recent case of acid attack on two college girls, there was justifiable public outcry.    more >

News Analysis

Media needs credible self-regulation
By Shyam Khosla

COMPREHENSIVE coverage of 26/11 done with rare passion and commitment by large sections of media, particularly by the print media, could have earned a lot of respect for the media but it was undone by sections of electronic channels that indulged in sensationalism and insensitive comments on what was indeed a war-like situation.    more >

Readers? Forum

Hindu Rashtra, the conflict of civilisations and Le Chatelier?s principle (Organiser, 14-12-2008);

The model Hindu Rashtra cannot be based on some redundant books. What was said 5000 years ago might have been logical then, but redundant today. We need not bother about what other religions do.    more >

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