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July 12, 2009

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Vol. LXI, No. 1, New Delhi, July 12, 2009

Reforms’ progressive regression
Government is growing, so are deficit and subsidy

By R. Balashankar

WHAT has happened to the promise of down-sizing the government, lowering fiscal deficit to manageable limits and scrapping all pompous and wasteful subsidies which formed the core strategy of economic liberalization unleashed in 1991?    more >

Bandra-Worli sea link - A bridge of bottleneck

By Aditya Pradhan

THE Bandra-Worli sea link, which was opened with so much fanfare by none other than the Congress president Sonia Gandhi herself, has proved to be a dampener for the citizens in Mumbai.    more >

Thinking Aloud
The West is rooting for the Gandhis
By Dr Jay Dubashi

RAHUL Gandhi, whom very few people outside India had noticed until recently, is now a big name in foreign quarters, particularly foreign media. The Western establishment has decided that he represents India’s future just as sixty-odd years ago it had made up its mind that Jawaharlal Nehru would take over India one day.    more >

A take on Liberhan

THE voluminous report of the Liberhan Commission has neither relevance nor weightage today on the Ayodhya issue. The Commission was set up as a political reaction by an inept central government to mollify the clamouring crowd of Hindu-bashing secularists after the demolition of the structure that went around in the name of the foreign invader Babar.    more >

Mad after self-image, Maya makes 40 statues
By Subhash Singh from Lucknow

UTTAR Pradesh government is going to demolish three jails of Lucknow for the expansion of Ambedkar Sthal, the dream project of Chief Minister Mayawati. These three jails include District Jail, Model Jail and Women Jail.    more >

Interview of The week
State cannot progress without Central support—Prof. Dhumal

Whatever may have been the reasons, Bharatiya Janata Party drew either a blank or returned with a much reduced tally of seats in the recent Lok Sabha elections in north India. BJP-ruled State of Himachal Pradesh was the only exception where it increased its number of seats from one in 2004 to three this time.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Gandhi and His Freedom Struggle in the history of Hindu nation by Radha Rajan released in New Delhi
By Pramod Kumar

THE term Hindu nation has been misunderstood and misinterpreted in the country. Before the tenth century we were a self-governing nation.    more >

Raghubir Singh Bisht given a warm farewell

PRINTER & Publisher of Bharat Prakashan (Delhi) Ltd. Shri Raghubir Singh Bisht was extended a warm farewell on June 29 by the management and staff of the company.    more >

Jashoda Sadan celebrates 10th Annual Day
By Debasis Tripathy

JASHODA Sadan Balashram, the pioneer institution in the field of child care in Orissa, completed nine years.    more >

Mookerjee’s martyrdom day observed
Troops withdrawal in J&K dangerous—KPS Gill

SCHOLARS from all over India deliberated on northern frontier’s security at Jammu University.    more >

Importance of Guru Purnima
By VN Gopalakrishnan

GURU PURNIMA was celebrated on July 5. The period Chaturmas (four months) begins from this day.    more >

Atma Jyoti Ashram: Wolf in sheep’s clothing—II
The diabolical game of evangelists in a Hindu Ashram

By Swami Devananda Saraswati

THE new twist in the criminal impersonation of Hindu sadhus is that Christian priests in the US are adopting Hindu names and dress in order to deceive and entrap America seekers who have already rejected the false doctrines and superstitions of Christianity, in the hope of bringing them back to Jesus and the Church.    more >

Bangladesh as a jehadi hub
A threat to Indian security and territorial integrity

By Shyam Khosla

MASSIVE popular uprising against the Pakistani military junta that unleashed a reign of terror against Bangla-speaking people, including Hindus, ...    more >

Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra
A movement to restore smile of farmers—Swami Raghaveshwara Bharati

"THE Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra is an initiative to put Indian villages on the path of sustainable development by focussing on the cow-based way-of-life.    more >


  • EVM is fallible, too many complaints
    EVM should be replaced by ballot paper

    By Biswabhusan Harichandan

  • The theory of incarnation
    They are historic, real

    By Dr ABL Gupta

  • Cover Page

    Return to Ayodhya
    Liberhan report has not changed the real issue of Ramjanmabhoomi

    By Tarun Vijay

    AYODHYA belongs to us all, like Sri Ram. Liberhan Commission report hasn’t made even an iota of a difference having made the nation wait for seventeen years.    more >


    Lalgarh upsurge
    CPM brands tribal resistance against Communist misrule as Maoist violence

    By Ranjit Roy

    LALGARH (West Bengal): It would be naïve to label the current upsurge of vanavasis against the worst kind of exploitations by the ruling communists in West Bengal as a “Maoist aggressions to destabilise Left government in West Bengal.    more >


    Save environment to sustain growth
    By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

    ‘ENVIRONMENT’ is often seen as a roadblock to economic development. This is not quite true.    more >

    The Moving Finger Writes

    Sane ways to fight violence and terrorism
    By M.V. Kamath

    HAVE we become a nation of barbarians? At the slightest pretext people get into the streets in a fighting mood, throw stones at enforcers of law and order, defy the police, torch private vehicles and public transport, compel shops to close down on pain of being looted—    more >

    Think It Over

    Societies in the information age
    By MSN Menon

    ARE Islamic societies ready to be guided by the Age of Knowledge or by the Quran? To seek knowledge is not part of Islamic tradition.    more >

    Kids’ Org

    Fear of the curse
    By Manju Gupta

    A sage named Chyavana prayed and prayed in the forest till he became an old man.    more >

    Play & Learn
    A Mouth Organ



    Evoke motivation to boost your life
    By Ratnadeep Banerji
    Inspiring Thoughts; APJ Abdul Kalam; Rajpal & Sons; Pp 104; Rs 150.00

    A pilgrim’s progress
    By Manju Gupta
    A Grasshopper’s Pilgrimage; Manjushree Abhinav; Rupa & Co.; Pp 173; Rs 150.00

    A fiction in graphics
    By Manju Gupta
    The Hotel at the End of the World; Parismita Singh; Penguin Books; Pp 139; Rs 350.00

    Life and times of JRD Tata
    Beyond the Giant: Personal Insight into the Life of JRD Tata, D.R. Pendse: National Book Trust, India, Pp 280, Rs 75.00

    China’s changing economy
    Old China’s New Economy, T.K. Bhaumik: Sage Publications Pvt Ltd, Pp 295, Rs 350.00

    Mother in shaping man’s destiny
    By Manju Gupta
    My Mother My Strength, Jayashree Mohanraj (ed.): Rupa & Co., Pp 192 , Rs 195.00

    Media Watch

    Some expose on politicians, a must

    MANY in the country may not have realised it, but the 2009 general elections must be the first web-election ever held in India, not surprising since the e-mail, the SMS, the web and the voice-drop are of recent development.    more >

    Open Forum

    Efficacy and validity of NET: Stem the rot
    By Sudarshan Kumar Kapur

    AS reported in the newspapers the University Grants Commission (UGC) has decided to revive the National Eligibility Test (NET) as the essential eligibility criterion for recruitment and appointment ...    more >

    Readers’ Forum

    EVMs are not tamper-proof (Organiser, 7-6-2009);
    —SACHIN PUROHIT, Somerset, New Jersey, USA

    The 15th Lok Sabha results came as a very rude shock to all of us BJP supporters. Even before the elections were flagged off, the spat between CEC Shri Gopalaswami and EC Shri Naveen Chawla ...    more >

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