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January 02, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 26, New Delhi, JANUARY 02, 2011

Constitute JPC on 2G or quit, NDA tells PM
Jaitley asks Manmohan five pointed questions


LAUNCHING its countrywide campaign against corruption in the UPA Government, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) on Wednesday sought resignation from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on moral ground. The other option, the NDA said was to face a probe by constituting a Joint Parliamentarian Committee (JPC).    more >

Rattled Cong's dirty war against RSS
Party exposed in mega scams and battered in polls

By Shyam Khosla

RAHUL Gandhi – the hit-and-run Guerilla – acutely embarrassed the nation and threw the Congress Party into utter confusion by telling the United States of America that Hindu radical groups were “more dangerous” for the country than the Indian Muslim support for Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) – the banned terrorist outfit – and cross-border terrorism.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
Sports progress in India: Miles to go
By MV Kamath

NOW that the Asian Games held at Guangzhou in China are over, it is time to give some thought to India’s stand in the world of sports. There has been a lot of tub-thumping over the alleged successful performance of India which barely managed to win 14 golds, 17 silvers and 33 bronzes for a measly total of 64.    more >

Sonia has much to explain before attacking the Sangh

THE recent open and direct attacks that Sonia and Rahul Gandhi launched on the majority community of India have peeled the final veneer off the foreigner-led Congress Party’s crooked political game plan.    more >

Thinking Aloud
We are totally at the mercy of foreigners
By Dr Jay Dubashi

WHO is the most popular Indian in the world? Sachin Tendulkar? Wrong. Amitabh Bachchan? Wrong again. Manmohan Singh? Forget it. The popular Indian, if you go by the kind of buzz he has been making in the global media of late, is A Raja, the spectrum man who has taken the world by storm.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Legal notice to Digvijay Singh for canard against Sangh

TWO social activists of Delhi, Shri Indu Bhushan and Shri Ripu Daman Bhardwaj, through their counsel Monika Arora, served a legal notice to Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh on December 14 for hurting their sentiments as the Hindu activists.    more >

Tamil Eelam: A Christian outfit
By BR Haran

THE International Tamil Centre has been classified as a charitable organisation (cultural and ethnic awareness) and has enjoyed tax exemption as of May 2002    more >

UPA corruption: Onion at Rs 100, Tomato at Rs 50 a kilo?

VEGETABLE prices have spun out of control, and what is happening to onion prices is just an example of what is happening across the food sector.    more >

By attacking Sangh on false charges Digvijay is weakening national fight on terror

RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi described the Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh’s statement made about the RSS at Congree plenary session in New Delhi on December 19 as “an intervention in the investigation and the judicial process”.    more >

Modi shows the way to combat climate change

THE book explicitly documents the development philosophy that forms the core of Modi’s public policy and how it has contributed to both adaptation and mitigation of climate change. In an area more characterised by debates and discourses,    more >

Hindutva and National Renaissance A book by Dr Subramanian Swamy released
Hindutva represents the balanced lifestyle that the world is in search of today — Mohan Bhagwat

By Pramod Kumar

“THE problems that the world is facing today are basically man-made. Material progress is necessary but it should be within the limits. Hindutva represents the balanced lifestyle that the world needs today,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat.    more >

Ayodhya is the holiest of holy for Hindus — Mahant Aditya Nath
From Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

AYODYA is like a Vatican City to Hindus and when a temple can’t be constructed at Vatican or at Mecca how can a mosque be constructed at Ayodhya said Mahant Aditiya Nath MP from Gorakhpur, member Ramjanama Sangarsh Samiti and reiterated that the Samiti is committed to the construction of Sri Ram Temple at Ayodhya, while addressing a Virat Hindu Sammelan organised by the Hanumat Jagran Samiti in Jammu.    more >

In the wake of Gita Jayanti
Gita is a lesson in Management

By Prabhu Narayan Shrivastava

MANAGEMENT Guru Late Coimbatore Krishnarao Prahalad a consummate professional in his famous book, The fortune at the bottom of the pyramid has cautioned the economists and political managers of the world that the poor people should not be merely looked upon as a case of poverty elevation and subsidy mongers, but they should be treated as respectful, collaborative consumers.    more >

Ayodhya verdict of Allahabad HC
Left historians reprimanded — Dr Koenraad Elst

By S Chandrasekhar

SPEAKING on ‘Politics and Indian History’ at Bharateeya Vichara Kendram, Thiruvananthapuram on December 19, Belgian Indologist Koenraad Elst, said a mosque in the neighbourhood of the ‘Ramjanmabhoomi’ will be a permanent source of perpetual provocation.    more >

Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhini’s National Convention of Voluntary Organisations
A search for eco-friendly growth

By Pramod Kumar

"IT is time we should have an integrated view and a balanced approach towards the vexed issue of environment. Environment protection need not be construed as anti-development and it is wrong to assume that all developmental projects are anti-environment. The innovations and technological advancement can also help us greatly to protect the ecology,” said BJP president Shri Nitin Gadkari.    more >


Interview of the Week

Protect nature for all-round development, sustainable growth—Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’

Uttarakhand State has completed 10 years of its existence. During this period the state has registered remarkable growth. Organiser representative Ravindra Saini spoke to the state Chief Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’ to know the steps his government has taken to fulfill the aspirations of the people of the state. Excerpts:    more >

Kids’ Org

Krishnadeva Raya and Tenali Raman
By Manju Gupta

KING Krishnadeva Raya and his courtiers were watching the proceedings of the court when Tenali Raman began to yawn. Seeing his boredom, the king remarked angrily, “Tenali, why are you yawning so early in the day? Did you not sleep yesterday night?    more >


Nayantara’s delightful recount on Nehru
By MV Kamath
Jawaharlal Nehru : Civilizing A Savage World, Nayantara Sahgal, Penguin Viking, Pp 167, Rs. 350.00

Terror in Wall Street, 1920
The Death Instinct, Jed Rubenfeld, Hachette India, Pp 454 (PB), Rs 295.00

A Sanskrit speaking Holmes
Holmes of the Raj, Vithal Rajan, Random House, Pp 277(PB), Rs 295.00

The media meddling in J&K
Role of Media in Kashmir Crisis, Deepa Viswam, Kalpaz Publications, Pp 371, Rs 880.00

The legend of Osho
Osho: The Luminous Rebel, Vasant Joshi, Wisdom Tree, Pp 269 (PB), Rs 245.00

Only the facts on 1971 Indo-Pak war
By MV Kamath
Myths and Facts: Bangladesh Liberation War: How India, U.S., China and the USSR Shaped the Outcome, BZ Khasru, Rupa & Co., Pp 477, Rs 596.00

Inheritance : A Matter of luck
Inheritance, Nicolas Shakespeare, Harvill Secker, Random House, Pp 254(PB), £12.99

The games mind plays
The Angels’ Game Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Hachette India, Pp 504 (PB), Rs 295.00

Innovative use of e-mail to weave a story
By Tej N Dhar
The Castle in the Pyrenees by Jostein Gaarder; Trans. James Anderson; Weidenfeld and Nicolson, Pp 350 (HB), Rs 595.00

Caste matters for Christianity
By Manju Gupta
Margins of Faith: Dalit and Tribal Christianity in India, Rowena Robinson, Joseph Marcanus Kujur, Sage Publications, Pp 299 (HB), Rs 695.00


Hindu Temples —II
Temples should be liberated from political control

By Radha Rajan

THE story of how Adikesavulu Naidu the liquor baron with huge assets in Andhra and Karnataka was presented the Chairman TTD Board Golden Goose Award first in 2003 and again in 2008 is even more enthralling. Adikesavulu Naidu was Treasurer, AICC when PV Narasimha Rao was Prime Minister.    more >

Media Watch

Obstinate on 2G scam UPA stalls Parliament

HOW long is the UPA government going to stall parliamentary proceedings causing irreparable loss to the administration? The Hindu (November 24) had some sharp remarks to make about the UPA’s dilatory tactics.    more >

Economy Watch

Labour reforms yes, but what about employment?
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

A survey of small and medium industries undertaken by the Confedera-tion of Indian Industries has indicated that obsolete labour laws are the second most important factor after infrastructure which is obstructing their growth.    more >


Sufism as an offshoot of Islamic imperialism
By Ravi Varma

IT is a fact that the learned historians from the Jamia Milia Islamia University, Aligarh Muslim University, Jawaharlal Nehru University as also Marxist intellectuals and sponsored journalists always blame British imperialism for the continuing Hindu-Muslim conflicts in India.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Nitish Kumar scrapes LADS :

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar should be complimented for his yet another reformation move to scrape the existing allocation of funds under the Local Area Development Scheme (LADS) for the MLA’s and the MLCs. Many MPs and MLAs tend to generously fund their favourite organistions through this scheme, even if the fund is not meant for public welfare.    more >

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