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June 12, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 49, New Delhi, JUNE 12, 2011

UPA hides vital facts on Lokpal

By Naresh Minocha

THE UPA Government’s belated attempt to embrace transparency in drafting afresh the Lokpal Bill is set to backfire. The initiative would force the Government sooner or later to disclose crucial information that it is still hiding. And such a disclosure is expected to further tarnish its image as a harbinger and protector of corrupt in higher echelons of the Government.    more >

A fraudulent draft Communal Violence Bill
Incompetent extra- constitutional, biased members do a sham job

By Shivaji Sarkar

IT is a critically flawed move to usurp the powers of the state governments, devastate the federal structure of the country and create schism among different communities. The aim apparently is to create a unitary structure where the Central Government could function like a bully and interfere in the jurisdiction of the states, barred by the Constitution.    more >

In Focus
India’s corrupt protecting the terrorists
By M D Nalapat

PALANIAPPAN Chidambaram deserves credit for being open about acknowledging that the sole task of the government is to collect money from the people. This principle got completely enshrined in policy once Sonia Maino chose him as the Union Finance Minister in 2004.    more >

Playing politics with mercy pleas

The UPA government, both I and II, have failed to deliver justice to the people of India. Terrorists whose culpability has been proven beyond doubt by the courts of the land are being nurtured to health, treated to comforts and are being offered asylum from facing the death sentence.    more >

On Record
Just Peace : An euphemism for western hegemony?

(World Council of Churches(WCC) is a Geneva-based umbrella body of churches belonging to hundreds of denominations. It is a powerful church organisation commanding vast influence over the Christian community worldover.    more >

News Round-up

Slain Pakistani reporter Shahzad proved that ISI executed 26/11
You can kill the singer, but you can’t kill the song

By Aditya Pradhan

THE video footage of an earlier killing of a journalist in Pakistan who was covering drug peddling cases on a news website ends with an ad of a popular business weekly which has a punchline: “the world’s most dangerous border”.    more >

Kill the anti-Hindu Bill
NAC’S draft is rabidly communal

By Shyam Khosla

THE obnoxious Prevention of Communal Targeted Violence (Access to Justice and Reparation) Bill 2011 drafted by the extra-constitutional “National Advisory Council” Chaired by Sonia Gandhi is based on the horrendous presumption that communal trouble is created only by the majority community and never by the minority community.    more >

Communal Government

By Dr Pravin Togadia

Government of India (Now if you say ‘Bharat’ then too you may be prosecuted if a man or woman in any ‘group’ feels he / she is hurt only by the word ‘Bharat’! It is neither a stupid joke nor any lose comment; this is exactly would happen if Government of India passes the anti-Bharat, anti-Hindu and anti-secular communal Bill it has proposed.    more >

J&K Governor warned on anti-national elements
His Holiness Sankaracharya Vasudevananda Saraswati and KPS Gill to flag off Amarnath Yatra


DESPITE repeated attempts on the part of J&K Governor NN Vohra and the separatists to change the schedule of annual Amarnath Yatra, the Yatra will be flagged of by Sankaracharya Swami Vasudevananda Saraswati and former supercop Shri KPS Gill on June 15.    more >

Two-day convention on Ganga protection
Saving the Ganga is our dharma—Ashok Singhal

From Ravindra Saini in Haridwar

A two-day convention on Ganga protection began in Haridwar on May 27 with experts dwelling on the outline of the save Ganga movement, alternatives for hydropower projects in the hilly terrains, employment avenues for people living adjacent to the Ganga and other tributaries apart from a strategy on how to take forward the movement to ensure that the Centre accepts the demands of the movement.    more >

Binayak Sen: Convicted of sedition, advising the plan panel
By R Vaidyanathan

WITHIN weeks of getting bail from the Supreme Court in connection with charges of sedition, Binayak Sen has been made a member of the Planning Commission’s steering committee on health, which will advise the panel on the 12th Five-Year Plan (2012-2017).    more >

North-east secessionist outfits take a beating in US action against Al Qaeda
By Jyotilal Choudhury

THE dramatic killing of Al Qaeda chief, Osama bin Laden, the icon of terror for the world, at Abbottabad, 60 kms from Islamabad, in a midnight operation by the elite US Navy Seals has vindicated the stand of India that Pakistan is the epicentre or cockpit of terrorism and has been exporting jihadi elements to its neighbour for subversive activities across the country. 26/11 is among the deadliest acts of mayhems in Mumbai.    more >

Feed Back
Resurrection:A fact or fantasy?
By C Kannan

MY assessment of the articles in the Organiser published for the past 30 years is that most of the articles published in the esteemed weekly are pessimistic and create fear among Hindu readers about the future of Hinduism and peace in Hindusthan.    more >

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The Moving Finger Writes

Minorityism : A reflection of national disunity
By MV Kamath

THERE are some uncomfortable issues facing the nation today that deserve attention. One of them is minorityism that keeps haunting the country every now and then and one which is a source of embarrassment to those in power.    more >

Media Watch

Can we define news?

WHEN Jesus Christ was being tried by the Roman Viceroy, Pilate, there was a reference to Truth. “What is Truth?” Jesting Pilate asked and reports the Bible, he paused not for an answer.    more >

Thinking Aloud

Pakistan is a fake country. US, of all, exposes it!
By Dr Jay Dubashi

THERE is an international footwear company, Nike, I think, which has for its motto, just two words, DO IT. And this is what the Americans did in the early hours of Monday, May 2, when they stormed a house in Pakistan, ‘executed’ its infamous tenant, and went back from wherever they came, job done.    more >


Real life stories from Stephen King
By Preeti Mathur
Full Dark, No Stars, Stephen King, Hachette, Pp 340 (HB), Rs 850.00

Absorbing Kashmir conflict narrative
By Tej N Dhar
The Collaborator by Mirza Waheed; Penguin/Viking, Pp 336 (HB), Rs 499.00

A fascinating adventure fiction
The Sly Company of People Who Care, Rahul Bhattacharya, Picador/Pan Macmillan Ltd, Pp 281(HB), Rs 495.00

The tale of a meteoric cricketer
By Jayant Petel
Chinaman: The Legend of Pradeep Mathew, Shehan Karunatilaka, Random House India, Pp 398 (HB)

A detective in action
The Last Goal,

Surender Mohan Pathak, Diamond Books, Pp 245 (PB), Rs 100.00

Invest in girls for social emancipation
By Manju Gupta
Half the Sky: How to Change the World, Nicholas D Kristof & Sheryl Wudunn, Hachette, Pp328(PB),Rs 595.00

Fast-paced, desperate lives colluding and transforming
By Ashish Joshi
Let the Great World Spin, Colum McCann, Bloomsbury, Pp 353 (HB), $ 3.63

A mystery set in macabre Iraqi war zone
Altar of Eden, James Rollins, Hachette, Pp 401 (HB), Rs 295.00

A survey of Indian NGOs
Formation and Management of NGOs, Anita Abraham, Universal Law Publishing Co., Pp 615 (PB), Rs 495.00

A compilation of memorable short stories
By Jayant Patel
The Little Monk and Other Stories, Gourahari Das, Rupa & Co., Pp199 (PB), Rs 95.00

Kids’ Org

Damayanti and the Swan
By K K Shanmukhan

DAMAYANTI was the daughter of king Bhima of Naishadha. She used to hear form her father’s courtiers and guests about Nala, and his good qualities that were very rarely seen among other kings.    more >


Voters’ response to anti-corruption agitations and political parties
By MD Kini

IF 2010 will be known as the year of scams, 2011 could well be the year of Lokpal, thanks to the agitation spearheaded by Anna Hazare, a social worker inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s vision of Gram Swaraj ( village development) and Suraj ( good governance).    more >

A Report

Media is the pathfinder and voice of the people—Justice Ray

TWO day Media Convergence Meet was organised by the National Institute of Mass Communication & Journalism in Ahmedabad on 14.5.2011. The chief guest for the inaugural session was Justice G N Ray, Chairman, Press Council of India. He said media is the pathfinder and voice of the people.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Woman safety should get high priority (Organiser, 8.5.2011);
HARISCHANDRA PARSHURAM, Flat 34, 3rd Floor, Queens View, Near SNDT College, Juhu, Mumbai-400 049

In a recent survey conducted by the Population Research Bureau and the USAID, India lags behind all other BRICS nations when it comes to taking women along in its progress. In general, the mindset of Indians is to have sons because they continue family ‘legacy’.    more >

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