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November 29, 2009




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Vol. LXI, No. 21, New Delhi, November 29, 2009

US takes India for granted
UPA's weak-kneed foreign policy takes its toll

By OP Gupta, IFS [Retd]

IT has been the policy of all Indian governments that there is no role for any third country in India’s bilateral relations with any other country whether it is Pakistan or any other country.    more >

Rana, Headley travelled to Kerala to develop sleeper cells of 313 Brigade
The terror link

By Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

DAVID Coleman Headley or Dawood Gilani and Tahawwur Hussain Rana would have reached Kochi to activate sleeper cells and to create new recruits in the deadly 313 Brigade led by Iliyas Kashmiri, a Pakistan army officer-turned mercenary.    more >

Thinking Aloud
All that politicians do is rob India!
By Dr Jay Dubashi

YOU get the government you deserve, but not always. Most of the time, you get the government you don’t deserve, as if you had sinned in your previous birth and have now to suffer for it.    more >

Editorial
Obama is wrong. He need not meddle here.

INDIA has done the right thing by rejecting a US-China attempt to involve the latter in India-Pak issues after a joint statement in Beijing appeared to give China a greater monitoring role in the region.    more >

Sangh Samachar

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Kerala Congress group war takes a funny turn over Murali's entry
By Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

IMMEDIATELY after the result to the Kannur by-poll came and the Congress candidate AP Abdullakutty, a former two-term CPI-M, MP who was expelled from the CPI-M, won with a handsome majority of more than twelve thousand votes, the Kannur District Congress Committee president P Ramakrishnan fired the first salvo.    more >

Linguistic chauvinism is a threat to unity
By Justice (Retd.) Dr M Rama Jois

RECENT controversy raised over the truthful statement of Sachin Tendulkar that Mumbai belongs to India though he was a Maharashtrian, he was Indian first, bylinguistic chauvinists led by Bal Thackery indicates a dangerous trend which can be ignored only at the peril to the nation.    more >

My Home India Project
Arunachal team of 25 members visit Maharashtra

From Virag Pachpore

"WE are proud to be Indian first and cherish ourselves in the service of our motherland”, proclaimed Talem Mije, who accompanied the visiting team from Arunachal Pradesh to Nagpur and adjoining areas.    more >

Himachal Pradesh by-elections
BJP makes history in Rohroo

From AC Vashishth in Shimla

BHARATIYA Janata Party made history in Himachal Pradesh by winning the by-elections to Rohroo (Shimla) assembly constituency for the first time since elections were held in independent India.    more >

Kolkata : The winter route of terrorists?
From JL Chowdhury in Silchar

WITH heavy snowfall in Jammu and Kashmir during winter, terrorists from across the border find it difficult to infiltrate and indulge in subversive activities in the Valley and beyond.    more >

The Indian idea of motherland as punya bhoomi
By Dr Vijaya Rajiva

ALTHOUGH many people referred to Bharat/Hindustan/India as punya bhoomi or holy land, it was Vinayak Damodar Savarkar who articulated it clearly and forcefully in his work The Essentials of Hindutva (1923).    more >

News in brief

Vivekananda Kendra International
Crush the danger of left extremism boldly—Prakash Singh, IPS (Retd.)

Seminar on Ganga protection by Uttaranchal Utthan Parishad
Visit the hill areas as paryavaran mitra and not just as a tourist—Indresh Kumar

By Ravindra Saini

Koshyari addresses United Nations General Assembly
Turn to the yoga for liberation from addiction—Bhagat Singh Koshyari

By RS

1,108 couple performed Mahalakshmi Pujan in Delhi
Develop sathwik thinking in the society—Gachhadhipatti Acharya Srimad Nityanand Suriswar

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Economy Watch

Habitat need not fall prey to development schemes
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

TWO contradictory principles are present before us. Chanakya’s advice to the king was to “Give up one for the family, family for the village, and village for the country.” The Government is implementing many development schemes in which local people are harmed in keeping with this formula.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Vande Mataram: Our national song
By MV Kamath

IN Anand Math, Bankim Chandra Chatterjee’s classic novel, we learn of the Order of the Children formed to fight the British in Bengal. Its leader, Mahatma Satya, is the one who initiates freedom fighters into the Order. Hundreds get initiated. At one stage, prior to initiate two young men, one a Kshatriya and another a Brahmin, into the Order, he says: “Do you both renounce your castes? Yes? Splended! For all Children belong to the same caste.    more >

Media Watch

The politics of crorepatis and the media

WHO runs this country? Who runs the states? If anybody believes that the Congress or the UPA runs them, they are deluding themselves. There is no Congress. There is no NCP either. They are mirages.    more >

Comment

Ominous portents of Deoband politics
By Prafull Goradia

JAMIAT Ulema-e-Hind’s 25 resolutions passed on November 3 at Deoband are ominous for the country. The reason behind the portent is popularly unknown. The Jamiat does not recognise the Constitution of India as a national document to guide the governance of the country.    more >

Controversy

Protect Sethusamudram Ecology-II
The reasons why Sethu project should be abandoned

By Dr S Kalyanaraman

IN addition to the views of NIO in relation to the ecosphere, it is necessary to review mariners’ perspectives since a canal is a navigational solution. A mid-ocean canal constitutes a nautical hazard of immense proportions in a complex, fragile, sacred oceansphere called Setusamudram. It is apposite to quote the views of a nautical expert, Capt. Balakrishnan:    more >

Health Watch

Protect against winter
Fighting the Chill

By Dr Vandana Sood

WINTER is upon us now. There is a nip in the air and we can see cardigans here and there especially amongst the early morning walkers and school kids shivering in the early hours waiting for their school transport. The weather brings a relief from the heat and dust of summer.    more >

TogadiaSpeak

Many shades of Hindu-bashing
By Dr Pravin Togadia

A few years back a wonderful movie had made a great splash. Many flocked to watch it and almost all liked it. It depicted an upright police officer in charge of busting jehadi terror modules in Bharat.    more >

INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK

BJP has a good chance in Jharkhand—Raghubar Dass

JHARKHAND is through the thick of a five-phase election schedule. The state passed through a phase of uncertainty in administration and had four chief ministers—two times Shri Shibu Soren, BJP’s Shri Arjun Munda and Shri Madhu Koda—and in between had two spells of President’s rule. In this drama of political manoeuvering and intrigue, the worst-sufferer the state and its people who lagged behind in development.    more >

Agenda

Cow is a sacred asset of the nation
By Subramanian Swamy

OUR West influenced intellectuals and mentally dominated by foreign idiom, sneer at the mention of the cow, leave alone speaking about the cow as an asset to the nation. But we know that these intellectuals first sneered at yoga, now it is a fashion for them doing pranayama at cocktail parties.    more >

Kids Org

Jo sovat hai wo khovat hai
By Dr Devender Kawday and Dini Menon

THE traditional phrase—Jo sovat hai wo khovat hai—applies mainly on the young ones, the students who are appearing for Std. tenth and twelfth exams. We feel, by reading this article the board examinees will be benefited and get inspired for their studies to much larger extent to make their future bright.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Defining Hindutva
—S SHAHABUDDIN, D 250, Abul Fazal Enclave, Jamia Nagar, New Delhi

Of late, I have been reading Shri OP Gupta’s articles in Organiser. The latest is on “Defining Hindutva. I do not see why you have ignored the relevant part of Savarkar’s definition of Hinduism, which lays down that a Hindu must recognise and worship India as a deity.    more >




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