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October 03, 2010

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Vol. LXI, No. 13, New Delhi, October 03, 2010

Janmabhoomi verdict deferred again
Apex body of the Sant Sammelan demands Janmabhoomi temple without further delay


THE Supreme Court on September 23, 2010 stayed the pronouncement of the Ayodhya title suit verdict for a week, giving the parties to the suit a final chance till September 28 to reconcile.    more >

Entire Janmabhoomi is holy, hand it over to Hindus—Sant Sammelan

SENIOR saints participating in the two-day Uchchadhikar Samiti apex body meeting organised in New Delhi on September 24 reiterated that the entire 70 acre acquired premises including the disputed 90x130 sq ft piece of land in Ayodhya, is the birth place of Sri Ram and any division of this premises or construction of a puja sthala of any other religion will not be allowed there.    more >

A charter for renaissance
By Air Marshal (Retd.) Amal Kumar Mukhopadhyaya

ARMED forces are a source of pride of independent self-respecting countries. Armed forces are the ‘Heart and Soul and the Iron Fist’ of the nation. A nation gets its legitimacy and relevance in the comity of nations on the strength of its military.    more >

Treat Kashmir like any other state

THE all party delegation to Kashmir last week proved one point that was not on the agenda. It convinced the average Indian that for both the separatists and the politicians, Kashmir means only the few square kilometers of the Kashmir valley.    more >

Kashmiris should be the focus, not separatists: Jaitley

THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has suggested to the Government that it should address the alienation of common Kashmiris before engaging the separatists.    more >

The six-decade long legal battle

By Champat Rai

AYODHYA is a city of temples and majority of its population are devotees of Bhagwan Sri Ram. Ramkot locality is a prominent landmark of this holy city. Nothing apart from Sri Ramjanmabhoomi, Hanumangarhi and Sarayu are as mesmerising as Ramkot. The place evokes same sentiments and emotions among the followers as Ramjanmabhoomi.    more >

Special status and special rights are the problem in Kashmir
By JG Arora

MUSLIM majority Kashmir’s demand for autonomy sends the perverse message that in secular India, Hindu-majority areas belong to everyone but Muslim-majority areas belong to Muslims only.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Congressi who got the put off
From Rajesh Padmar Vishwa Samvad Kendra, Karnataka

LUCKNOW, Sept. 23: Ramesh Chandra Tripathi who? That was Lucknow’s reaction nine days ago. Today, the elusive 73-year-old who has written several books on religion was an unlikely object of extreme emotions.    more >

Sri Ramjanmabhoomi movement at a glance

1. Ayodhya founded by Vaivasvata Manu (The progenitor and presiding figure of the current Manvantara, which is the 7th of the 14 that makes the current Kalpa, each Kalpa making up a day of Brahma) on the banks of the holy Saryu.    more >

Amara Kosha of Amara Simha
By KS Iyer

AMARA Simha, a Jain king was a very learned man. Once a battle ensued between Amara Simha and a neighbouring king, in which Amara Simha was vanquished, taken captive and imprisoned.    more >

The price of fruits
By Manju Gupta

WHEN he was a young boy, Sri Krishna found a fruit-seller selling all kinds of fruits. Seeing these mouth-watering fresh fruits, Sri Krishna wanted to eat some of them.    more >

Condolence meeting in New Delhi
Emulate the ideal of Thakur Ramsinghji—Mohan Bhagwat


"THAKUR Ramsinghji lived the life like a veervrati. He had immense courage, fearlessness and commitment to the dhyeya (goal). The best tribute to such a dedicated life is to follow his ideal and finish the tasks that he left unfinished,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat, while paying tribute to Thakur Ramsinghji at a condolence meeting held at Keshav Kunj, New Delhi on September 17.    more >

Judicial statesmanship required
To ensure judicial accountability, transparency and credibility

By Shyam Khosla

NOT long ago, the curiosity of the resident editor of a tabloid was ignited by addresses of certain companies on the letterbox outside the residence of the then Chief Justice of India.    more >

Delhi court summons ICSE and CISCE chairmen on defamatory textbook

ADDITIONAL District Judge of South Delhi Shri Inderjeet Singh summoned the chairmen of Indian Certificate of Secondary Education (ICSE) and Council for Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) for teaching the defamatory textbook to the students of 10th standard.    more >

Church waking up to jehadi threat
By S Chandrasekhar

THE Church and the Christian community have in recent times become victims of the jehadi-CPM gang up. Both in the issue of ‘Love-Jehad’ and in the chopping of the hands of Prof. TJ Joseph, Christians were the worst affected.    more >


A Page From History

Archaeological evidence of Sri Ram and His birthplace
By Dr BB Lal

WHEN the Britishers left India in 1947, there was an yawning gap in our knowledge of ancient Indian history. We had at one end of the scale the Harappan Civilisation which, in its mature stage, ranged in date from circa 2600 to 2000 BCE, and on the other the period of Sodasa Mahajanapadas (Sixteen Big States) beginning around the sixth century BCE.    more >

Vikramaditya and Salivahana-II
India's golden era suppressed by British historians

By Dr KM Rao, PhD

THE history of the four Agnivamsis is narrated in 72 out of the 100 chapters in the Pratisagra Parva of Bhavishya Maha Purana. Out of the 72 chapters 44 are devoted for the history of Vikrama and Salivahana.    more >


FS Nariman’s autobiography
Revelatory, contemporary and apprehensive

By MV Kamath
Before Memory Fades: An Autobiography; Fali S Nariman; Hay House India, Pp 459 (HB), Rs 599.00

Evangelism as part of foreign political strategy
By Manju Gupta
Evangelical Intrusions, Sandhya Jain, Rupa & Co., Pp 251 (HB), Rs 395.00

A study of Bhojpuri Cinema
By Ashish Joshi
Cinema Bhojpuri, Avijit Ghosh, Penguin Books, Pp 297 (PB), Rs 399.00

A brilliant collection of children’s stories
By Ashish Joshi
The Puffin Book of Classic Stories for Girls, Compiled by Manjula Padmanabhan, Puffin, Pp 156(PB) RS.150

A prescription for self-motivation
By Manju Gupta
Be Who You Want, Have What You Want, Chris Prentiss, Wisdom Tree, Pp 264, Rs 295.00

An emotional narrative of ’84 mayhem
By Manju Gupta
Scorched White Lilies of ’84, Reema Anand, Rupa & Co., Pp 114 (HB), Rs 295.00

A guide to analyse your dreams
By Jayant Patel
Put Your Dream to the Test: 10 Questions that will Help You See It & Seize It, John C. Maxwell, Jaico, Pp 234 (PB), Rs 250.00

A gripping fiction
By Nidhi Mathur
Love on Velocity Express, N Sampath Kumar, Cedar Books, Pp 224 (PB), Rs 125.00

Stories for Children
By Nidhi Mathur
Dad And Me – 10 Super Stories About Dads, Hachette India, Pp 124 (PB), Rs 125.00

A survey of strife-torn Nepal
By Manju Gupta
The Unmaking of Nepal, RSN Singh, Lancer Publishers, Pp 171(HB), Rs 495.00

Media Watch

Media and the e-tools

WE live in a different world—and it is a mind-boggling world. For one who lived in the days when copy was hand-composed—and what perfectionists were the “composers”—and printing was a laborious process, to live in a world where one speaks casually of internet, intranet, extranet, google and search engines, is to live in a world of maya.    more >

Think It Over

Glimpses - Atheism in India
By MSN Menon

There was a profound doubt in the heart of Hindu thought. The rishi was not even sure whether the gods knew the answers. No wonder, the Hindu set out on his eternal quest to know the truth about the “unfathomed world”. And our first meeting was with Yajnyavalkya.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Changing face of Russo-Pakistan ties
By MV Kamath

IS Russia slowly but noticeably turning away from India for a more profitable relationship with Pakistan, unbelievable as it may seem? Is India’s tilt towards the United States slowly pushing Moscow to improve its relations with our immediate and hostile western neighbour, at our cost?    more >

Readers’ Forum

Chidambaram Hits A Hornet’s Nest. Revisiting the chimera of ‘Hindu terror’(Organiser, 5-9-2010);
—RAM GOPAL, New Delhi

Addressing the State Police chiefs on August 25, the Home Minister,P Chidambaram raised the bogey of Bhagwa (Hindu) terrorism. The fact is that neither the Centre nor the State governments have ...    more >

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