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March 27, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 38, New Delhi, MARCH 27, 2011

Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, Puttur, Karnataka
Corruption cannot be tolerated at any level

A Report By Rajesh Padmar in Puttur

RSS national annual meet, Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS), was held at Vivekananda College premises in Puttur, Dakshin Karnataka, from March 11 to 13. The meet was inaugurated amdist the chanting of Vedic mantras with traditional panchavadyam.    more >

Kerala CPM fissures
Marxists try to make it easy for UDF

From Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

With the CPI-M state secretariat deciding not to provide VS Achutha-nandan a seat to contest in the coming assembly elections, the Congress led UDF will emerge a clear winner.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Manmohan behaves like an indifferent spectator
By Dr Jay Dubashi

A day after the Supreme Court quashed the appointment of PJ Thomas, apparently a favourite son of certain politicians in Delhi,    more >

Don't make Delhi a crime capital
Delhi now reflects Sierra Leone.

Reading newspapers in the morning in Delhi, one would think that the city is some location in crime land. Definitely it does not look like the capital city of India.    more >

All this talk about stable Pakistan is bunkum

There are many intellectuals and media persons in India, who think that a stable and strong Pakistan is in India’s interest. I beg to differ.    more >

Justice Saldanha’s “Independent” Probe
Biased political propaganda

By Dr Hilda Raja

JUSTICE Saldanha’s report reads like a political party’s demands. It is far from an unbiased independent report.

To call this an independent Tribunal Enquiry is far from what it reveals. On the basis of this report, Catholic Secular Forum (CSF) and other NGOs have called for action by the Union Government.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Seminar on ban on conversion in Bengaluru
Proselytisation is a violence on human dignity — Danie Periera

By R Guru Prasad

“WE are born in Bharat and with due regards to my elders and the society I like to declare that I am a Hindu Christian. The organisations, individuals, group of evangelists, trusts or the missionaries which are converting the Hindus to Christianity through illegal and unfair means are nothing but traitors, as they are weakening the very back bone of this country,” said Shri Danie Periera, a converted Christian who runs educational institutions in Karnataka.    more >

Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, RSS
Some change of designations

Public confidence in judiciary revived
A lot remains to be done, rot runs deep

By Shyam Khosla

THE Supreme Court’s robust intervention in several crucial cases of major irregularities and corruption in high place has set in motion the revival of public confidence in judiciary.    more >

No place for minorities in Pakistan
From Rajan Khanna in Mumbai

The assassination of Shahbaz Bhatti, minister for minority affairs of Pakistan, has posed a few questions for the world community. The persecution of minorities in that country is unabated and calls for immediate intervention from the world powers.    more >

Another victory for Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti
Court directs ICSE to remove from textbooks all defamatory references on national heroes

By Pramod Kumar

Additional District Session Judge of Delhi, Shri Inder Jeet Singh, directed the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education Board (ICSE Board) to remove all defamatory references regarding freedom fighters in its history and civic books from the next academic session.    more >

Nanka IPI Malena Makka, a book on Paniya janjati of Kerala released

A book on the Paniya janjati community of Kerala was presented to Akhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram president Shri Jagdevram Oraon recently. The book, Nanka IPI Malena Makka, is in Malayalam.    more >

Special Report
Open revolt in CPM
Leadership under pressure to field VS Achuthanandan

By Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

The CPI-M state secretariat and the party state committee which has sat for a marathon day long discussion has decided not to provide seat to Chief Minister VS Achuthanandan to contest in the assembly polls of 2011.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
Let’s mind our own business
By MV Kamath

According to the New York Times – and it has always been close to the powers that be in Washington – US military planners are sifting through a range of options on how to deal with strife-torn Libya, even as its President Muammar Qadhafi has been killing his own people who are rebelling against him.    more >

Cover Page

Kids’ Org

The unnamed sage of Naimisharanya
By MV Kolhatkar

IN the Naimisharanya forest, there lived a young sage. This sage had no name. The sage said “Why is the name required? Cows, dogs, in fact all animal kinds as well as the birds are not assigned the name. even then they fly, flourish and enjoy.”    more >


Criminal justice system needs urgent overhaul— Justice (retd) S Parbat Rao

Former Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court, Justice (retd) Shri S Parbat Rao, is national president of Akhil Bharatiya Adhivakta Parishad (ABAP).    more >


A fascinating portrait of India
By MV Kamath
India : A Portrait. An Intimate Biography of 1.2 Billion People; Patrick French, Allen Lane; Pp 436 (HB), Rs 699.00

Many moods of Nehru in Kashmir
By Jayant Patel
Nehru’s Kashmir, Sai Sahni, Wisdom Tree, Pp 111(HB), price not given

A Gandhi travelogue
By Manju Gupta
Catching up with Gandhi, Graham Turner, Penguin Books India Pvt Ltd, Pp 329(PB), Rs 350.00

A life with pet
By Tej N Dhar
A Home for Gori, Habib Rehman with Kishore Singh; Roli Books, Pp116 (PB), Rs 150.00

An expert on financial crisis
By Ashish Joshi
Global Crisis, Recession and Uneven Recovery, YV Reddy, Orient Blackswan, Pp 421 (HB), Rs 595.00

The touching story of abortion politics
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Ourselves Unborn: A History of the Fetus in Modern America Sara Dubow, Oxford University Press, Pp 308 (HB), $ 29.95

Lessons for a good entrepreneur
By Manju Gupta
Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink, Jonathan S. Byrnes, Portfolio/Penguin, Pp 289, £ 20

Fiction as clash of civilizations
By Manju Gupta
Once Upon a Time in Scandinavistan, Zac O’Yeah, Hachette India, Pp 400 (PB), Rs 395.00

A gripping political satire
By Tej N Dhar
Battle for Bittora, Anuja Chauhan; Harper Collins, Pp 426 (PB), Rs 299.00

Human management lessons
Applied Human Resource Management, Kenneth M York, Sage Publications, Pp 409, Rs 475.00

Media Watch
Anant Pai: The One Without Parallel

THERE is one person whose passing away has touched me deeply and that is Anant Pai, the Uncle Pai to thousands of children who grew up reading Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle.    more >


A bill to derail Indian Society ?
By Dr Pravin Togadia

I am not speaking of Kaamsutra or Midnight Rendezvous. Government of India is said to be introducing a bill that makes sex at 12 for girls legitimate. Kids under 14 are not allowed to work per Child Labour Law;    more >

A Page From History

Digvijay’s canard against Savarkar – II
To whitewash Jinnah, his two-nation theory

By Dr Shreerang Godbole

“REGARDING the Mussulmans in Hindusthan, it may be said that you (Hindus) are trying to rope them with you but do the Mussulmans so desire?    more >

Readers’ Forum

Hindus in Kerala and Assembly elections:
—Dr SURESH DHAYAGUDE, 4, Milap Society, Near Vakil Nagar, Erandvane, Pune 411 004

Elections to the State Legislative Assemblies of W Bengal, Assam, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala are round the corner.    more >

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