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March 20, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 37, New Delhi, MARCH 20, 2011

Mammoth RSS Sanghik in Puttur
Awakened society is the real power of the country—Mohan Bhagwat

From Rajesh Padmar in Puttur

"THE Governments of today have forgotten the integrity of the nation and are treating the country as a private property. They must treat the country as matrubhumi (motherland),” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat, while addressing a huge gathering of uniformed swayamsevaks at Puttur town of Karnataka on March 6. He was addressing the RSS Sanghik function organised at the premises of Vivekananda High School as a prologue to the Akhil Bharateeya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) meeting to be held from March 11 to 13.    more >

Haryana Congress Government promotes liquor consumption
By Pramod Kumar

MAJORITY of the people in Haryana, especially the women, have been against liquor consumption since decades. One of the prime reasons of it is the strong base of Arya Samaj in the state.    more >

Thinking Aloud
India too is ripe for a revolution
By Dr Jay Dubashi

I am not an Egyptian, and I have been to Cairo only once, but I have a feeling that we are going, or will soon be going the Egyptian way. It’s only a hunch, and I may be wrong, but I have lived through quite a few revolutions, and can smell them, as a cat smells cheese, from a distance.    more >

Untenable Mr Prime Minister

POOR Manmohan Singh. He doesn’t know what all is happening under him as Prime Minister. He shamed the nation if not himself when he confessed in the Rajya Sabha on March 8, while responding to Opposition demand for a clarification that he was kept in the dark about the background of PJ Thomas when he was appointed as the Central Vigilance Commissioner.    more >

Janjati Manch writes to PM
Forcible Conversion of Tutsa janjatis to Christianity by NSCN (K)

By Jagdamba Mall

JANJATI Dharma Sanskriti Suraksha Manch has drawn the attention of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh to protect the Tutsa people of Kothung village of Tirap district including Lazu circle and whole of Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.    more >

Bengal poll scene
A chance to end CPM misrule

By Asim Kumar Mitra

THE other day a State BJP spokesman claimed, in a talk-show of a local channel, that BJP is going to hold the key position in determining the formation of the next government after the assembly election is over. He visualised that may be the number of seats they win will be small; nevertheless, controlling power will be in their hands.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Ram Mandir at any cost—Mahant Nritya Gopal Dass
By Dr Ganesh Dutt Vats

THE president of Ramjanambhoomi and Krishna Janmasthan trust Mahant Nritya Gopal Dass pointed out that growing rank corruption in the country has vitiated our culture and it has decelerated the pace of the economic growth of the country.    more >

Baba Ramdev in Kohima
Yoga is nothing but a pure science

By Jagdamba Mall

NOTED Yogaguru Baba Ramdev was recently on a tour of north-eastern states. At a camp organised in Kohima, Nagaland, he displayed over twenty exercises for gymnasts and body-builders, few of which were really very difficult which only regular practitioner could do.    more >

Bloody, acrimonious start to Kerala poll campaign
By S Chandrasekhar

IT has been a deadly start for polls to Kerala Assembly! With Election Commission declaring April 13, as polling day, five Muslim League workers were killed and three of them are in serious condition at a hospital, when the steel bombs they were making, exploded on 26th night at Narikkateri in Nadapuram area of Kozhikode district.    more >

A scam a day, each new scam dwarfs the previous ones
By Dr Rakesh Kumar Pandey

CORRUPTION has now spread its roots deep into the soil of our conscience. In our arguments we all silently acknowledge the existence of some acceptable limits in corruption.    more >

Ancient inscription throws light on Chera history
By Mallikarjun Janardan

MALAPPURAM: An inscription that could prove to be a landmark in the history of Chera rule in South India has been found at a temple in Kurumathur, near Areekode here.    more >

BJP delegation meets National Human Rights Commission
Save the Indian fishermen from Sri Lankan Navy


A delegation of BJP National Human Rights Cell under the leadership of national president Shri Nitin Gadkari met the chairperson of National Human Rights Commission, Justice (retd) KG Balakrishnan, in New Delhi on March 4 and filed a complaint about the violation of human rights of innocent Indian fishermen who are being killed by the Sri Lankan Navy.    more >

Blood donation camp by Badri Bhagat Jhandewala Temple Society

BADRI Bhagat Jhandewala Temple Society, in association with the Rotary Blood Bank, organised a blood donation camp at the temple premises in Delhi on March 6.    more >

Bali preserves its unique Hindu tradition
Courtesy: Norimitsu Onishi, The New York Times, March 8, 2011.

The resort island of Bali fell quiet over the weekend as the authorities shut down its airport and seaports, and switched off all radio and television transmissions.    more >

A left handed tribute to Dr Hedgewar
rom an unexpected quarter


THE visionary leadership quality of Dr Keshav Baliram Hedgewar was highlighted by Sri Aaloor Shah Nawaz, Director of Documentary Films, in a seminar on the topic ‘Muslims – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow’ held at Pallaptti in Karur district of Tamil Nadu on November 20, 2010, organised by Uswa Library.    more >



Cricket mania: More business less sports
Manipulating mass psyche to market consumerism

By Dr Surendra Singh Pokharna

WORLD cup of Cricket has begun on February 19 and will continue till April 2, 2011 for a month and half. In our country this has become a popular game and has now become a national game or so and has virtually replaced Hockey which was once a national game.    more >

News Analysis

Implications of Godhra carnage verdict "Secular" crowd & media stand exposed
By Shyam Khosla

THE verdict is loud and clear. The 2002 Godhra carnage was a jehadi conspiracy to put to death pilgrims returning from Ayodhya in the Sabarmati Express.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Message to Delhi: Stay out of trouble
By MV Kamath

EGYPT, Tunisia, Libya, Bahrein, Jordan, Sudan and Algeria have in recent weeks been in non-violent turmoil. There are, incidentally, as many as forty six Muslim-majority countries in the world where anything can happen in the coming months.    more >


A Muslim dispaly of might
Choking streets, raising provocative slogans

By Anand Mishra ‘Abhay’

ON last February 16, people of nearly all the cities and towns, big or small, in Uttar Pradesh (perhaps in other states also) witnessed horrifying road shows of the terroristic might of Islam,...    more >

Kids Org

Control temper avoid disaster
By Manju Gupta

ABHIMANYU’S son Parikshit became the king of Hastinapur after the Pandavas left for the mountains. Once, while hunting in the forest, Parikshit wandered deep inside the forest and began to die of thirst.    more >

Balaram’s victory over the asuras

WHEN the world was ruled by asuras (demons), Vishnu decided to descend on Earth.    more >


A study of India renewing itself again and again
By MV Kamath
India Calling: An Intimate Portrait of a Nation’s Remaking, Anand Giridhardas, Fourth Estate, Pp 306 (HB), Rs 499.00

A life dedicated to music and Krishna
By MV Kamath
My Name is Gauhar Jaan!: The Life and Times of a Musician, Vikram Sampath, Rupa & Co., Pp 318 (PB), Rs 595.00

Leadership training through Golf
By Manju Gupta
Golf and the Game of Leadership: An 18-Hole Guide for Success in Business and in Life, Donald E McHugh, Orient Paperbacks, Pp 240, Rs 295.00

Japan in the throes of multiple crisis
By Dr R Balashankar
Contemporary Japan: History, Politics and Social Change since the 1980s, Jeff Kingston, Wiley-Blackwell, Pp 313 (PB), £ 27.45

Story of a self-made guru
By Tej N Dhar
The Ultimate Destination Guru Anandini; Megha Prakashan, Pp. 88 (HB), Rs 150

A Page from History

Digvijay’s canard against Savarkar
By Dr Shreerang Godbole

CONGRESS leader Digvijay Singh recently stated (January 26) that Savarkar had the original idea of two-nation theory, which was later adopted by Jinnah.    more >

Media Watch

Media make a mincemeat of the Budget

SO the UPA Government’s 2011-2012 budget is out and has been the subject of much debate and comment.    more >

Youth Folio

Growing Indian entrepreneurship
By Dini Menon

THE spirit of entrepreneurship in India is slowly gaining momentum. There can be a rapid / tremendous increase in the same, if we live by the theory that if we are not better today than what we were yesterday, we have wasted 24 hours.    more >


Krishna Tribunal on Alamatti
A major threat to western Maharashtra

By Prof Shivaji Rao

WILL Maharashtra government stop devastation of Sangli,kolhapur and Satara districts from getting flooded frequently due to increasing levels of backwaters consequent to the proposed increase of the height of Alamatti Dam ...    more >

Readers’ Forum

Godhra Carnage A Conspiracy (Organiser, 6.3.11);
—MAHESH CHANDRA SHARMA, E-198, Panki, Kanpur

The special court’s judgement in the Sabarmati Express carnage case has silenced the critics of Gujarat Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi who had put the entire blame on Shri Modi.    more >

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