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January 04, 2009




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Vol. LX, No. 26, New Delhi, January 04, 2009

UPA hypocrisy exposed by Antulay duplicity
By Aditya Pradhan in Mumbai

MINORITY Affairs Minister A.R. Antulay?s statement that the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) chief Hemant Karkare?s death has been caused by Hindu radical groups is not surprising. The alliance at the Center which prided in scrapping POTA, so much so that its Common Minimum Programme (CMP) stated that as a matter of policy change to woo the minority community, should be expected to have cabinet ministers who would toe a Pakistan line of argument.    more >

Mohan Bhagwat addresses Vanvasi women convention in Ranchi
FOC

"WOMEN are blessed with miraculous power. When this power arises they can do whatever they wish. There is a need to arise that power today,? said RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat. He was addressing a woman convention of Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram held in Ranchi from December 18 to 21.    more >

A Matter Of Economics
Parsimony or Profligacy
Afraid to think afresh?

Author By R. Balashankar

THE introduction of the controversial Insurance (Amendment) Bill in Parliament on December 23, to raise the FDI limit to 49 per cent amidst the obnoxious AR Antulay raucous once again proved the dull diligence of the establishment on the economic front.    more >

Editorial
The Year That Was

IN many ways year 2008 was like any other year. But in more ways 2008 will be remembered for the changes that wrought on our lives. The global recession following the crisis in the capitalist world makes 2008 a historic year like the collapse of Soviet Union and Communism world over.    more >

Sangh Samachar

A strategy to deter terrorism
By Subramanian Swamy

IN the human body, when the cells start to grow independently of the brain, we say that the body has cancer. Pakistan as a nation thus is suffering from political cancer. After another few, may be four, years this cancer will become terminal.    more >

Counter terror with coercive diplomacy and covert operations
By Shyam Khosla

UPA Govern-ment?s failure to blame Pakistan directly for involvement in the Mumbai terror attack doesn?t undermine the irrefutable evidence available that show that the crime was perpetrated by elements based in Pakistan and supported by state agencies.    more >

Special Story
New Delhi continues to fumble while India burns

By Bharat Verma

THE superior psychological warfare machinery of Pakistan further tied down the already over stretched Indian security forces in knots. Airports and Railway stations are the new fortresses that are heavily guarded. Next will be the Metro stations.    more >

Ramayana with digital imagery
Courtesy: The Hindu

RSS District Pracharak attacked in Tamil Nadu
FOC

Porous Bangla border a security threat
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury in Silchar

A novel effort in rural education
By Achyut Railkar

Mahila Nagarika Vedike protests terror attacks
Report by Aruna Thakar, Mahila Nagarika Vedike, Bengaluru

Terror targets economy
By Arya Das

CPM rout in red bastion
By S Chandrasekhar

ISI-Lashkar operations with CPM help

Mayawati squanders public fund for personal glorification
By Subhash Singh from Lucknow

Fanatics spread a canard on polio drops
From R Guru Prasad in Bengaluru

Sir Anerood Jugnauth visits Uttarakhand
Mauritius to organise Kumbh Mela

By Ravindra Saini

Seminar on changing scenario in Nepal
Security concerns should be paramount while dealing with Nepal?Lt. Gen. (Retd.) SK Sinha

FOC

Seminar on Universal Fraternity and Gita
A vow to spread the message of Gita all over the world by 2011

From Our Correspondent

COVER PAGE

The Moving Finger Writes

Indo-Pak animosity: A way-out
By M.V. Kamath

IN his emotionally charged article in a recent issue of the New York Times, Pakistan?s President Asif Ali Zardari made a valid point.    more >

Think It Over

Ailing Pakistan
By MSN Menon

IN one word, frustration?frustration that its grandiose claims about its religion and civilisation?that Islam is the ?greatest religion? of the world, that Muslim rule was a boon to humanity?are rejected by the world.    more >

Economic Watch

Global economic meltdown and Swadeshi?II
India's civilisational economic options


SWADESHI is a God-given opportunity to freshly look at better economic model for the welfare of large population not of India but also of other nations.    more >

Kids? Org

Parikshit and the sagely curse
By Manju Gupta

ARJUN?S son Abhimanyu married Uttara and they had a son named Parikshit. Abhimanyu died in the great battle of Kurukshetra. One by one, every child of the Pandavas was killed. The only child left to carry the lineage was the yet unborn son of Abhimanyu.    more >

Responsibility
This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody.

Bookmark
  • History of violent politics
    - By MV Kamath - Violent Politics: A history of insurgency, terrorism and guerilla warfare, William R Polk, Hay House (India) Pvt. Ltd., pp 274, Rs 395.00

    Book Reviews by Manju Gupta
  • What they think of Islam
    - Don?t Say We didn?t Warn You: Great Thinkers on Islam, Rana Pratap Roy (compiler), Progressive Writers? Forum, pp 125, Rs 60.00

  • About success, defying odds - The Secret of the Slight Edge: How to Get out of Your Own Way, Bob Moawad & TJ Hoisington, Macmillan India Ltd, pp 142, Rs. 265.00

Media Watch

Media creating war hysteria

WHAT is going to happen now between India and Pakistan? On December 6, The Hindu reported that, according to Dr Manmohan Singh, ?Indians are angry and hurt as never before.? So what will India do? We are told that the government of India is waiting for the outcome of the demarches served on Pakistan.    more >

Economic Watch

Global recession?A blessing in disguise for India
By Girish Awasthi

UNITED States of America has caught with a fear of recession. India is no bar to this phenomenon as the global economic slowdown has sent tremors in the Indian investment market.    more >

Readers? Forum

Hindu Rashtra, the conflict of civilisations and Le Chatelier?s principle (Organiser, 14-12-2008);
?SANJEEB BORA, Milan Nagar, Lane N, POCR Building, Dibrugarh

God has no religion; it is only for human being. In India, religion has a glorious heritage.    more >




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