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April 26, 2009

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Vol. LX, No. 42, New Delhi, April 26, 2009

Compromising Indian citizens? lives for vote bank
UPA has failed India on terror
G-20 slams India for going soft on terrorism

By Naresh Minocha

THE outgoing UPA government is leaving the aam aadami and the nation highly vulnerable to terrorists, according to irrefutable evidence emerging from both within and outside the country. What the aam aadami knows is that the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh earlier this month rubbed shoulders with other Heads of State from the world?s most powerful group of 20 countries (G-20) in London.    more >

BJP manifesto a big hit
Hindu organisations hail innovative plank

By Pramod Kumar

THE BJP Election Manifesto received an accolade from all sections of the society including various social, cultural and religious organisations. ?The manifesto rooted in the moorings of national ethos provides a roadmap for the schemes needed for an all-round development of the nation. Its preface truly represents the glorious past of our Indian polity.    more >

Exposing the Congress lie on managing public sector
Congress took Aam Aadami for a ride

By Naresh Minocha

THE Congress Party is taking Aam Aadami for a ride by flaunting its so-called achievements. Many achievements, mentioned in its Manifesto, are either castles in the air or half-truths.    more >

SIT nails the mother of all canards

Fabricated evidence, imaginary incidents, cooked up killings, tutored witnesses, two-dozen template affidavits to support secularism. SECULARISTS in India have a penchant for spreading lies. Perjury promoters in the fa?ade of NGOs hogged immense publicity and disrepute to the country cooking up macabre riot stories.    more >

Economy Watch
America's crisis likely to worsen
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

LEADERS of G-20 have agreed to implement a huge stimulus package for the world economy. At present the centre of crisis is America. That country is presently facing double trouble of inflation and recession.    more >

Pragyik Vidyarthi Parishad, Nepal, demands better opportunities in technical education

PRAGYIK Vidyarthi Parishad, a premier student organisation of Nepal demanded better facilities for technical and vocational education for all students in Nepal.    more >

Media Watch
For media Varun is guilty, Lalu is pass?

SO Varun Gandhi is making news. Or has been. Understandably the media has reacted? and very negatively, as can be expected of it.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Money laundering and terrorist financing explained

MONEY laundering (ML) refers to the conversion or ?laundering? of money which is illegally obtained, so as to make it appear to originate from a legitimate source. Money laundering is employed by launderers worldwide to conceal criminal activities associated with it such as drug/arms trafficking, terrorism and extortion.    more >

It?s Manmohan?s weakness that made Sonia select him
By MD Nalapat

AT the outset, let it be clear that this columnist does not blame Manmohan Singh for the failures of the UPA. He has only a solitary MP supporting him in Parliament, that too in the Rajya Sabha, and his name is Manmohan Singh. Indeed, this very weakness is why he has been selected by the owner of the Congress Party, ?Madam? Sonia Maino, to handle the job of Prime Minister of India, together with other senior colleagues who are similarly challenged politically.    more >

BSP, SP and Congress field criminals in UP
By Subhash Singh from Lucknow

Many candidates with criminal records were elected as Member of Parliament on the tickets of various political parties.    more >

National seminar on combating terrorism
Political will, effective instruments needed to fight terror


ABSENCE of counter-terror doctrine, political will and effective instruments have weakened our fight against terror.    more >

Chinese soldiers get a huge incentive
BEIJING (AsiaNews/Agencies)

THE salaries of 2.3 million servicemen and women of the Chinese People?s Liberation Army (PLA) will be raised by 50 per cent, in recognition of their hard work in 2008 and in order to keep their morale high in the face of social protests and the problematic anniversaries of 2009.    more >

Congress is talking as if it is fighting 2004 poll
By Shyam Khosla

LIKE it or not, the 2009 parliamentary elections are virtually a presidential-type election between two major alliances?NDA and UPA?that have projected LK Advani and Dr. Manmohan Singh respectively as their prime ministerial candidates.    more >

Amen?Autobiography of a nun
Startling revelations trigger a debate in Catholic church

By S Chandrasekhar

AMEN? Autobiography of a nun penned by Sister Jesme, who quit the Congragate of Carmallite Church, after 33 years of nunhood and published by DC Books, Kottayam, is breaking news stands records earning lakhs for the penner and publisher.    more >


Thinking Aloud

New Middle Class Morality

WHERE are all those ladies who used to frequent public drinking places in Mangalore?and maybe Bangalore too?and who thought that pub-crawling was their birth right and no one, certainly not men who did it themselves, would dare deprive them of their right?    more >


Congress and corruption must go
By V Shanmuganathan

CONGRESS and corruption, both are inseparable. There is widespread impression that failure of integrity is common among ministers.    more >


A study of Indian meltdown 2008-09
By HS Mehtani

THE year 2008-2009 has been the worst for the whole world, reflected by the fall in stock exchange operations, ultimately bringing slowdown in economic activity across the globe.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Pakistan heading towards disaster
By M.V. Kamath

WHERE is Pakistan heading towards? Break-up? Dissolution? Is it going to be the end of Mohammad Ali Jinnah?s dream?    more >


Religious conversion and interfaith dialogue
By Dr Gautam Sen

THERE are two critical reasons why one cannot be converted to Hinduism from another faith.    more >

Kids? Org

Ramana Maharshi:
The sage of Thiruvannaamalai

By Ratnadeep Banerji

IN the Bhagvat Gita, Sri Krishna says, ?O Arjuna, among thousands of men who aspire for the Spirit, only a few strive for perfection.    more >


?UPA is demonising Hindus?

Shri Mahesh Jethmalani, a leading legal authority is all set to give a tough fight to the Congress nominee Priya Dutt at Mumbai North Central constituency.    more >

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

Good intentions, self defeated
Macmillan India Ltd, 2/10, Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110 002.

Inspiration, self-help
85 Inspiring Ways to Market Your Small Business, Jackie Jarvis, Macmillan India Ltd, pp 242, Rs 295.00

A stress-buster
By Ratnadeep Banerji
Go Beyond Stress, Twelve Self-Hypnotic Stress-Buster Sessions, Gary Edward Haymes, Sterling Paperbacks, Pp 264, Rs 250.00

Many faces of sanity
By Ratnadeep Banerji
Starling Paperbacks, A-59, Okhla Industrial Area, Phase II, New Delhi-110 020

Media is soft on terror
By Ratnadeep Banerji
Terrorism And The Indian Media, Project Coordinator and author Rakesh Sinha, India Policy Foundation, Pp 163, Rs 80.00


Western duplicity
An Indian response

By Kunal Ghosh, Professor, Aerospace Engineering, IIT Kanpur

HE signals coming out of Obama?s Washington DC and the message conveyed by foreign secretary of UK, David Miliband during his trip in India (January 2009) are concerted. Miliband conveyed in no uncertain terms that Kashmir is an issue and India should get a move on with the Kashmir issue and not stick to the status quo.    more >

Interview of the Week

Judev: A crusader against conversions

SHRI Dalip Singh Judev is much more than just a BJP candidate for Bilaspur parliamentary constituency in Chhattisgarh. Although an erstwhile Jashpur ruler, in reality he is a faqir owing less property (worth Rs 1.70 crore) than does his opponent (worth Rs. 2.47 crore), Dr. Renu Jogi, wife of former CM Shri Ajit Jogi.    more >

Readers? Forum

What if Pakistan is crumbling? (Organiser, 15-3-2009);
?NK DAS GUPTA, 12/D/6, DPP Road, Kolkata

The article is very enlightening. For the first time a complete study of the political system in Pakistan including political and constitutional development, role of army, foreign policy and international relations, has been presented in the article.    more >

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