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February 06, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 31, New Delhi, February 06, 2011

`22.5 lakh crore loot from India
By Balbir K Punj

THE Congress led Central Government has been exposed badly in the Supreme Court as it hedges on revealing the names of the black money holders in the secret European accounts. The apex court terms this money as “pure and simple theft”. It has dared the Centre to stop it from holding a general enquiry in public interest into the government’s investigation on Indians who have parked “gigantic amounts plundered from the national economy” in tax havens across the world.    more >

Bharadwaj plays the Congress agent
Tries to divert focus from UPA corruption at Centre
Yeddyurappa wronged by Governor: Need not resign

By OP Gupta IFS (Retd)

NO doubt a Governor in India, being the appointing authority of Ministers has constitutional powers as well as duty to sanction prosecution of his Ministers including Chief Minister, and, in sanctioning prosecution he is not bound by the recommendations of his Cabinet on this matter but he is law bound to exercise this power objectively and fairly without any malice or malafide as per procedures and practices laid down by law and always consistent with the sacrosanct principles of natural justice.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Plassey to Panipat to the present: Problem of not knowing your enemy
By Dr Jay Dubashi

IF you are going to Europe this year, skip London and Rome and Berlin and go straight to Brussels, a dull little city that happens to be the capital of Belgium. From Brussels, take a bus or taxi to a small town, almost a village, called Waterloo and visit the meadow where a grand battle took place almost two hundred years ago.    more >

Keep the honour of the national flag

By forcibly preventing the BJP leaders from entering Jammu & Kashmir and unfurling the national flag at Lal Chowk, Srinagar the Congress government at the centre and the Congress supported National Conference chief minister Omar Abdullah have played into the hands of the Pakistan supported separatists in the valley.    more >

Sangh Samachar

8 decades dedicated to the nation
Padmanabh Acharya felicitated


VETERAN BJP leader Shri Padmanabha Acharya was felicitated on his 80th birth anniversary at a special function organised in Mumbai on December 23, 2010.    more >

Justice Srikrishna Report
No solution to Telangana imbroglio
Opposition dubs it meaningless. Demands Bill on Telangana

By N Nagaraja Rao

MINUTES after the Srikrishna Committee Report was made public, the volatile Osmania University campus erupted in violence with the students fighting pitched battles with the security forces throughout the day.    more >

English in Assam
Now compulsory from class three

By Mithun Dey

RECENTLY, speaking at a function, the Chief Minister of Assam Shri Tarun Gogoi said, “No society can evolve without education. Consequently, the State Government had always given stress on education and improving the education scenario in the State. In these ten years, we have succeeded in bringing about significant changes in the education sector of the State.”    more >

The power of spoken words
By MV Kolhatkar

LONG long ago there lived a king. His name was Veeradhaval. True to his name the king was brave. He was a devotee of truth and justice.    more >

Cover Page


Graham Staines case and the Supreme Court
Observations on conversions and a hasty revision

By Ashok Sahu, IPS (Retd.)

THE Supreme Court did not accept the plea of the Additional Solicitor General to reverse to death penalty against ....    more >

News Analysis

Intolerance of the “liberal” brigade
By Shyam Khosla

Muslim fundamentalists isolate and demonise moderate Muslims by fiercely attacking them for their liberal views.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

ULFA surrender may not bring peace in Assam
By MV Kamath

WILL there be peace at last in Assom? Arabinda Rajkhowa, alleged chairman of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) and one of India’s most wanted fugitives who had long been living in Bangladesh ....    more >


Jack London: Enduring biography of a rebel litterateur
By Dr R Balashankar
Wolf: The Lives of Jack London, James L Haley, Basic Books, Pp 364 (HB), $ 29.95

The tiger killer
Brief Reviews by Dr Vaidehi Nathan

Tiger Hills, Sarita Mandana, Penguin Books, Pp 451 (HB), Rs 599.00

Madonna and murder
The Monochrome Madonna, Kalpana Swaminathan, Penguin Books, Pp 251 (PB), Rs 250.00

Of hidden secrets and sins of the society
Witness the Night, Kishwar Desai, HarperCollins Publishers India, Pp 213 (PB), Rs 225.00

Chasing dreams
Running on Full, Tina Sharma Tiwari, Rupa & Co, Pp 209 (PB), Rs 95.00

A treasure-trove for the seeker
By AJ Philip
Apprenticed to a Himalayan Master A Yogi’s Autobiography, Sri M, Magenta Press, Pp 329, Rs 500.00

Unstoppable cop's encounter with crime
By Manju Gupta
Inspector Singh Investigates:The Singapore School of Villainy, Shamini Flint, Hachette, Pp 320(PB), Rs 295.00

A rehash Khushwant
By Tej N Dhar
Absolute Khushwant, Khuswant Singh with Humra Quraishi; New Delhi: Penguin Books, Pp 189 (PB), Rs 250.00

Book Received

Media Watch

Media is selective on exposing corruption

WHAT is it that has gone wrong with this great country? Ministers are corrupt; politicians are blatantly corrupt, the media is showing itself to be no better. And now, we learn, even the malaise has hit the judiciary —and nobody seems to care.    more >

Legal Notes

When the dissent note of late Justice Khanna became the law of the land
An ode to democracy – ADM Jabalpur revisited

By Pinky Anand

THE case of Remdeo Chauhan @ Rajnath Chauhan Vs Bani Kant Das and Others was decided by a Bench of Justices Aftab Alam and AK Ganguly of the Supreme Court of India on November 19, 2010.    more >

Readers’ Forum

LDF government blamed for Sabarimala tragedy (Organiser, 30-1-11);
—RAVINDER SINGH SACHAN, B-19, Sector- 64, Noida

It is unfortunate that despite a stampede near the Sabarimala shrine in 1999, the authorities have failed to prevent similar tragedy that claimed the lives of over 100 pilgrims. How do you think the Kerala government is going to justify the deployment of just nine policemen to regulate five lakh pilgrims?    more >

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