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November 01, 2009




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Vol. LXI, No. 17, New Delhi, November 01, 2009

Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra
Campaign to protect cow needs to succeed
Beef is injurious to health

By OP Gupta IFS [Retd]

VEDAS prohibit killing of cows repeatedly declaring it aghanya. Nirukta (VI.43) explains aghanya to mean one that does not deserve to be killed. There are at least sixteen Vedic richas in which aghanya has been used for cows.    more >

Special Report
Make village the nucleus of development—Mohan Bhagwat

By Sanjiv Kumar, VSK Patna

"This is a fact that the soul of Bharat lives in villages but unfortunately we could not understand it even after 62 years of Independence. It is irrelevant to dream of a developed India until the focus of development is on the villages,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat. He was speaking at a foundation stone laying function of a Sangh karyalaya in Samastipur, Bihar, on October 14.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Imperialist China flexing its muscles
By Dr Jay Dubashi

HONG KONG and Shanghai Banking Corporation, known generally as HSBC, and one of the biggest banks operating in the East, has decided to move its chief executive from London to Hong Kong.    more >

Editorial
On climate change UPA dancing to US tunes

THE UPA government ever since it retuned to power has been embarking on a series of measures that would undermine India’s interest, be it foreign policy, border issue, international trade or tackling terrorism.    more >

China working on Maoist-SIMI nexus in South India?
From Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

THE Indian intelligence agencies are on the trail of a sinister plan of Chinese for integrating the operations of the Maoist groups with the banned Islamist organisation SIMI.    more >

Article 311 no protection for corrupt government employees
By Biswabhusan Harichandan

THE Central Minister of Law, Shri Virappa Moili made a public statement that the corrupt government employees should be dismissed or removed from service and Article 311 of the Constitution of India which is protecting them should be amended or be dropped from the Constitution.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Politicians give protection to brigands in N-E
FOC

SILCHAR: What keeps terrorism kicking and going on in the Northeast? Among all other well explained causes, the nexus between politicians and extremists and the diversion of Central funds is one such cause.    more >

China syndrome
China not serious about resolving, sabre-rattling

By Dr Gautam Sen

WHY China is saber rattling is not entirely clear. But Indians applying supposed reasonableness and perspective in response to this belligerence is foolish. China is a bully and it has been their standard Han technique when dealing with all barbarians, which is how they view peoples beyond their own borders.    more >

Resumption of tourist trains in the Hills
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury in Silchar

SILCHAR: Is there any ray of hope for the resumption of steam engine driven tourist coaches on the century old Hills track between Silchar and Haflong, the district headquarters of North Cachar Hills?    more >

Hindi has the power to unite the whole nation—KS Sudarshan
By Anjani Kr. Jha

HINDI is the language among all Indian languages which has the capacity to impart samskars in totality. We should feel proud of having Hindi as our language as it connected the whole country despite diversity,” said former RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan.    more >

Directive to centre and state Probe ‘Love Jehad’—Kerala HC
FOC

THE game plan of the jehadi NDF and ‘Campus Front’ to lure Hindu and Christian college girls into love, conversion to Islam, marriage and eventually to be taken to LeT camps for jehad against India has sent shock waves down the state.    more >

Decline of Indology in the West-III
Post-colonial Indology was political at all levels

By Dr NS Rajaram

MAX Müller’s career illustrates how Indology and Sanskrit studies in the West have always been associated with politics at all levels. He was by no means the only ‘diplomatist’ scholar gracing colonial Indology, only the most successful.    more >

The lure of Satpuras!
Rich in bio-diversity, abode of history and culture

By Sangeet Verma

SATPURAS are the heart of central India. They are not just the tallest mountain ranges here, but their rich bio-diversity and excellent topology have been ideal for human settlements since time immemorial.    more >

Economy Watch
Progress that destroys local livelihood
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.”    more >

Cover Page

TogadiaSpeak

Time to stop firangpuja
By Dr Pravin Togadia

ONE of my classmates had brought his America born children to show his motherland Bharat, show them some scenic sites, some traditional celebrations like Deepavali, introduce them to some of the famous places like Jaisalmer, Jaipur, Keral back waters, Goa beach and also take them to ancient spiritual places like Gangaji in Kashi and Pushkar in Rajasthan.    more >

Opinion

Emigration of doctors
By Dr SS Agarwal, MD

INDIA has a vast knowledge bank in the form of educationists, scientists, engineers and doctors who are trained in India, but lately India has become the outsourcing hub of the world.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The relevance of non-violence
By MV Kamath

SO the United Nations has at last come to realise the importance of Mahatma Gandhi and his philosophy of non-violence.    more >

Media Watch

The controversy over Nobel Peace Prize

DID President Barack Obama deserve the Nobel Peace Prize? We have the views of four well-known newspapers and at least two columnists, to start with.    more >

Interview of the Week

Integrated development of differently-abled persons makes us different—Avinash Sangwai

Saksham is a national organisation presently dedicated to the integrated development of visually challenged persons.    more >

Kids’ Org

Forgive and Forget
By Dr Devender Kawday and Dini Menon

NOW-a-days a lot of aggressiveness is being shown specially by the youth regarding their doings i.e. in daily routine work.    more >

Bookmark

An excellent book on ancient Indian Maths
By Ashish Joshi
Ganitasarakaumudi: The Moonlight of the Essence of Mathematics, Thakkura Pheru, Manohar Books, Pp 280, Rs 995.00


A chilling reportage on Mumbai 26/11
By Manju Gupta
Mumbai Under Siege, Nikhil S Dixit, Jaico Books, Pp 178, Rs 195.00


An Anglo-Indian love story
By Lokesh Kumar
Acushla, Sudhira Bhagat, Rupa & Co., Pp 355, Rs 295.00


A scholarly study of Hindu history and polity
Eclipse of the Hindu Nation: Gandhi and His Freedom Struggle, Radha Rajan, New Age Publishers (P) Ltd, Pp 531, Rs 495.00

An expose on Pak-Al Qaeda link
By Ashish Joshi
The Al Qaeda Connection: The Taliban and Terror in Pakistan’s Tribal Areas, Imtiaz Gul, Penguin Books India Pvt Ltd, Pp308, Rs 499.00


A self-help book on self-realisation
By Lokesh Kumar
The Laws of the Sun: Discover the Origin of Your Soul, Ryuho Okawa: Jaico Books, Pp 248, Rs 295.00


Opinion

India's Leftist intellectuals are promoting Islamic terrorism
By Dr Babu Suseelan

FOR centuries, Hindu society has been active in producing intellectuals, philosophers, psychologists, scientists, political theorists, artists, poets, spiritual leaders and life scientists. Islamic invasion, Christian colonialism, destruction of Sanskrit education and Marxist influence had a disastrous influence on the Hindu society.    more >

Open Forum

An illusion of life
By MD Kini

"STEVE GRAND (in his book, “Creation: Life and How to make it” ) points out that you and I are more like waves than permanent ‘things’……What we see of the real world is not the unvarnished real world but a model of the real world, regulated and adjusted by sense data – a model that is constructed so that it is useful for dealing with the real world.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Santhanam is misleading on Pokhran-II (Organiser, 11-10-2009)
—Dr KARAN THAKUR, New Delhi

The National Security Advisor’s intervention and clarification in the so-called “Pokhran-II dud” debate was timely and necessary. For weeks now, the country has found itself in an acute dilemma as to the veracity of the test results and the very credibility of our nuclear weapons programme.    more >




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