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November 28, 2010

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Vol. LXII, No. 21, New Delhi, November 28, 2010

RSS protests Congress conspiracy against Hindus
Dharnas in Jharkhand, Bihar and West Bengal receive huge response
Don’t provoke RSS— Madan Das

By Sanjeev Kumar in Patna and SK Azad in Ranchi

“A well-planned conspiracy has been hatched against Hindus in the country. A section of the government at the Centre is making all efforts to malign the image of leading nationalist organisation, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh,” said RSS Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh, Shri Madan Das.    more >

Indresh Kumar serves legal notice to Rajasthan Home Minister Shanti Dhariwal
By Pramod Kumar

RSS National Executive Member Shri Indresh Kumar has served a legal notice to Rajasthan Home Minister Shanti Dhariwal for allegedly targeting him in the Ajmer blast case. The copies of Dhariwal’s statements on Shri Indresh Kumar published in various newspapers have also been attached with the notice.    more >

Thinking Aloud
US cannot have it both ways
By Dr Jay Dubashi

FOR the first time, a US President came to India looking for a job – not for himself, of course, but for his compatriots. Things are apparently so bad in his country that no less a person than a President has to go around looking for jobs. And what did he get? A few thousand jobs from some of the deals, he is supposed to have sewn up during his visit here.    more >

Spectrum Scam is too big to swallow

OF late many scandals involving politicians have come to light but the 2G spectrum scam falls into a special category. Its magnitude, the delay in accepting the crime, the involvement of the top most political leaders of the ruling establishment and the direct and unscrupulous corporate nexus make the most eloquent, brazen and defining of all corruptions post-liberalisation India has seen.    more >

Insight Pak civilian regime not separate from terror outfits
Obama has a faulty premise

By Balbir K Punj

IT was a great visit. For the US President. In the glare of a billion Indians, he and his wife took all the applause and left some rhetoric for his host Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Himachal on the move—II
A good harvest in Himachal

By V Shanmuganathan

Horticulture acts as a force multiplier in the farming sector of the Himachal Pradesh. With precise farming techniques like poly houses and micro-irrigation more farmers are reaping the benefits of crop diversification.    more >

NGOs as Christian conversion agents
By Radha Rajan

TIMES Now, IBN and NDTV are all reporting that 28 children have been rescued from an NGO in Jammu and handed to a Buddhist organisation. One Buddhist gentleman accused this NGO of religious conversion. Two members of this NGO are called 'Meenakshi' and 'Vikas Sharma'.    more >

In America, $11,000 a year is not poor—43.6 million are poor
By Morgan Clendaniel

NEW data released by the U.S. Census today found that 14 per cent of Americans live below the poverty line.    more >

India’s growing wealth boosts charities
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THE number of Indian billionaires grew from 27 in 2009 to 52 this year, according to a report by Bain, a global consulting firm. Half of the top 25 Asian billionaires listed in a recent Forbes magazine survey were Indian.    more >

Seven ancient idols unearthed in Kandiyanallur
By A D Balasubramaniyan

SEVEN idols, apparently panchaloha, and other pooja accessories were unearthed in Kandiyanallur village, Vandavasi taluk.    more >

Sideline separatists
Strengthen nationalist forces in J&K

By Dr Murli Manohar Joshi

THEY are not asking for any economic package. They are asking for freedom, autonomy and separation from India. I will read out to you the statement given there. You see that the Government appoints a committee.    more >

Senior swayamsevak of Hong Kong Kishorilal Gupta passes away

SENIOR swayamsevak of Hong Kong Kishorilal Gupta passed away in Hong Kong on November 16. He was 77. With his passing away a glorious chapter in the work of Hindu Swayamsewak Sangh, Hong Kong is over. Kishorilalji was associated with it from its very inception.    more >

Darshanlal Chadha retires

SENIOR employee of Bharat Prakashan (Delhi) Ltd, Shri Darshanlal Chadha retired after the services of 33 years on October 31. Born on October 2, 1950 Shri Chadha joined the company in 1977 and worked in the circulation section of Organiser and Panchjanya.    more >

Kerala Newsletter
Modi meets Krishna Iyer
Modi's development efforts receive a thumbs up

GUJARAT Chief Minister Narendra Modi, who was in Kerala for two days to attend the wedding of his Principal Secretary’s daughter, called on veteran jurist, former Supreme Court judge and Minister in EMS Namboodiripad’s first Communist Ministry of 1957, VR Krishna Iyer, at his residence ‘Satgamaya’ in Kochi on November 13.    more >

Kolkata High Court bans cow slaughter during Eid
VSK, Kolkata

IN a landmark judgement on November 13 the division bench of Chief Justice JN Patel and Justice Asim Ray of Calcutta High Court described the practice of sacrificing cow and her progeny for religious purpose as unlawful.    more >

Muslim leader bats for Uniform Civil Code
By S Chandrasekhar

LEADING writer, thinker and Muslim intellectual of Kerala, Shri Hameed Chennamangalloor, who has been forth right in his condemnation of jehadi outfits like NDF, SDPI, PDP etc. has called for implementation of Common Civil Code in the country.    more >

A Report
Unite to protect North-East—Y S Turung
By Virag Pachpore

NAGPUR: “All Indians should unite to protect the culture and effectively counter and frustrate the evil designs of the anti-national and insurgent forces active in the sensitive north-eastern region of India at the behest of foreign powers”, appealed Shri Y S Turung, Regional Commissioner of Coal Mines Provident Fund Organisation in an emotional speech at Devi Ahilya Mandir on November 8.    more >

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Special Report

Fables from Rajasthan ATS
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

PERCEPTION of many senior police officials in general and its Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) bosses in particular is that investigation in the Ajmer bomb blast case was carried out more in a subjective manner than objectively with an aim to implicate senior RSS functionary Shri Indresh Kumar.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Sino-India relations : Reflections
By MV Kamath

EVEN after all that has happened in recent years, and especially in recent months, India does not seem to have learnt any lesson about how to deal with its powerful eastern neighbour. India is being hurt in every possible way.    more >

Think It Over

Did British arrest Islamisation?
By MSN Menon

HAD it not been for the advent of the British, much of India could have been Islamised.    more >

Kids’ Org

Sister Nivedita: An exponent of Hindutva
By VN Gopalakrishnan

SISTER Nivedita (1867-1911) was a disciple of Swami Vivekananda and her contribution to the promotion of national consciousness is immeasurable.    more >


The big meltdown and the bigger fraud
By Dr R Balashankar
Whoops! Why everyone owes everyone and no one can pay, John Lanchester, Penguin Books Ltd, Pp 239 (PB), £9.99.

A hilarious novel on the travails of a youngster
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Bala Takes the Plunge, Melvin Durai, Hachette India, Pp192 (PB), Rs 195.00

Vedic Hinduism is the only universal religion
By Manju Gupta
Universal Hinduism: Towards a New Vision of Sanatana Dharma, David Frawley, Voice of India, Pp 213 (PB), Rs 200.00

Invaluable tips for effective CEOs
How to Become CEO, Jeffrey J. Fox, Hyperion Books, Pp 162 (HB), price not given

Soli Sorabjee on humans wronged
By Manju Gupta
World of All Human Rights: Soli J. Sorabjee, A Festchrift, RN Trivedi (Ed.), Universal Law Publishing Co., Pp 283(HB), Rs 595.00

Ambedkar: Messiah of the deprived
By Jayant Patel
Dr BR Ambedkar: Messiah of the Downtrodden, Janak Singh, Kalpaz Publications, Pp 377(HB), Rs 650.00

Read this to know the emergence of international finance
International Finance Revisited, Vinayshil Gautam, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd, Pp 271(PB), Rs 295.00

You can create your brand equity
How You are Like Shampoo for Job Seekers, Brenda Bence: Macmillan Publishers India Ltd, Pp 278(PB), Rs 385.00

The mystery of the Queen of Awadh
The Begum’s Secret, A.K. Srikumar, Penguin Books India Pvt Ltd, Pp 353 (PB), Rs 299.00


In decline US comes to fleece India — II
Christian charity is a facade for conversion

By Radha Rajan

ONE faith-based programme that Bush goes gaga about is the prison-based InnerChange Freedom Initiative started by Charles Colson.    more >

Media Watch

Media avoids embarrassing news

INDIA has been pursuing its look East policy, initiated by former Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao with a vegeance.    more >

A workshop

Philosophy and spiritualityin the faith of Janjatis of N-E
By Jagdamba Mall

A workshop on ‘Philosophy and Spirituality in Eternal/ Primordial Religions of Janjatis of North-east Bharat’ was held in Guwahati from October 22 to 24 under the aegis of Janjati Dharma Sanskriti Suraksha Manch.    more >

Economy Watch

Easy loans are a burden on poor
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

FIVE-star micro-finance company SKS Micro-finance has successfully issued share at a good premium. This company provides small loans to the poor. Borrowers can buy buffaloes or do other businesses with this capital or they can meet their immediate needs such as that of daughter's wedding without having to take loan from the moneylender at a hefty rate of interest.    more >


Mandir idea gets a fillip
By Priyadarshi Dutta

LIKE then, so now, some ‘out of the box’ thinking on resolving the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid tangle keep pouring in secularism’s fan mail box. The idea to build a hospital on the disputed site, which historian Ram Chandra Guha found highly original, in a recent television show, is actually a poor unpatented flick from pre-1992 days.    more >

Readers’ Forum

India’s Natural Corruption Party (Organiser, 21-11-2010);
—SHANTA DYUTHIKAR, 39, 15 cross, Malleshwaram, Bengaluru 3

The muck, mire and filth of scams, financial irregularities of the CWG and the Adarsh Co-operative Society and many more are being reported everyday but they have been swept under the carpet at the AICC session in Delhi, while targeting the Sangh Parivar which is its “bete noire’.    more >

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