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June 21, 2009

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Vol. LX, No. 50, New Delhi, JUNE 21, 2009

Buddha faces the ‘Aila’ fury after poll setback
By Asim Kumar Mitra

THERE is absolutely no administration visible in the ‘Aila’ storm-hit areas of West Bengal. The Chief Minister of the state Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, when he visited Hingalgunj, one of the Aila storm-hit areas of South 24-Parganas district, he was greeted with filthiest language of abuse as the suffering people were agitated for not getting sufficient relief.    more >

Sudarshanji questions EVMs’ credibility
By Golak Chandra Das

CUTTACK (Visakeo): The former RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan has questioned the credibility of Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) that are being used during polls instead of ballot papers.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Clash of cultures
By Dr Jay Dubashi

IT used to be said of Henry the 8th, the corpulent Tudor king of England, that he was singularly unfortunate in his relations with his wives. He had their heads, chopped off, one after another without saying “excuse me.”    more >

Attack on Indian Students

AUSTRALIA is finding it difficult to put down attacks on Indian students even a fortnight after such incidents attracted worldwide condemnation. Now there are isolated instances of racist attacks on Indians in Canada as well as racist discrimination on Indian flyers in a couple of French flights. These are isolated incidents but disturbing.    more >

Governor sanctions CBI probe
Pinarayi leads ministerial coup to throw VS out

By S Chandrasekhar

HELL broke loose when Chief Minister VS Atchudanandan giggled and grinned when CPM was badly mauled at the Lok Sabha polls. VS displayed his happiness, overtly, over the defeat of the CPM, led by his bete noire and state secretary Pinarayi Vijayan.    more >

Third-Year Sangh Shiksha Varga concludes
It's the popular will, not politics that makes history—Mohan Bhagwat

By Virag Pachpore

"THE only prescription for all the ills confronting the nation today lies in the philosophy of Hindutva. It is the bedrock of our national and social life. It connotes the way of life and encompasses all the faiths and languages in India”, asserted Shri Mohan Bhagwat, Sarsanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).    more >

Sangh Samachar

Sarsanghachalak to address National Convention on nationalism and legacy of Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee in Jammu on June 23

DR Syama Prasad Mookerjee Research Foundation, a leading nationalist think tank, will organise a national seminar on ‘India’s Northern Frontiers: Challenges to National Security’ at Jammu University on June 23.    more >

Widespread complaints of EVM tampering in Orissa
Parties unite in condemning BJD manipulation

By Deepak Kumar Rath

THE massive mandate in favour of BJD in Orissa has surprised the people of the state, who have raised their eyebrows at the election outcome and are questioning whether it is the people’s mandate or that of the electronic voting machines (EVMs).    more >

Lost Love Always Hurts

By Dr Pravin Togadia

WHEN Mamata Banerjee fought against Tata Motors for grabbing farmers’ land for Nano, many so-called intellectuals declared that Mamata was finished and that she would never be able to come up in politics ever again.    more >

Violence in NC Hills of Assam
Curb the militancy, rehabilitate victims: JFCPF


JANJATI Faith and Culture Protection Forum (JFCPF), an organisation of Janjati leaders of north east constituted to preserve their eternal culture, language and forefathers’ history, ...    more >

Concluding ceremony of Dakshin Banga Prant Sangh Shiksha Varga
Without full devotion the nation cannot be prosperous—Atul Biswas

By Basudev Pal

THE concluding ceremony of Dakshin Banga Prant Sangh Shiksha Varga was held at Tantiberia Sharada Shishu Mandir on June 4. According to Vargadhikari Shri Durgadas Raychoudhuri a total of 165 swayamsevaks from 129 places of the state underwent training at the camp.    more >

Tantra is high spirituality
Upset Hindus tell actress Heather Graham


HINDUS have criticised actress Heather Graham and other “Hollywood types” who apparently think of Tantra as just sex.    more >

Appeasement is global
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been consistently bemoaning the phenomenon of Muslim appeasement in India. The phenomenon has just gone global, as evident from US President Barack Hussein Obama’s speech at Cairo University, Egypt.    more >

Centenary of Arthasastra’s publication
R Shamasastry: Discoverer of Kautilya's Arthasastra

By Prof. AV Narasimha Murthy

THE Maharaja of Mysore wanted to celebrate the golden jubilee of Her Majesty the Queen Victoria in 1891 and built a little beauty and named it Victoria Jubilee Institute.    more >

Corruption in NREGS makes Congress defensive
From Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

A detailed report by intelligence agency and admission of the rampart corruption in implementation of NREGS by the Rural Development Minister Bharat Singh has put the Congress party and its government in the dock.    more >

National Judicial Commission is a crying need
By Shyam Khosla

SUMEDH SINGH Saini, Director of Punjab Vigilance Bureau, and Anupam Gupta, a public-spirited senior lawyer, deserve kudos for their valiant battles against corruption and nepotism in higher judiciary.    more >



Sri Lanka post-LTTE
Now time for healing-touch

By Dr Subramanian Swamy

THE common joke now-a-days in Tamil Nadu is that puligal (Tigers—short for Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) have been reduced to eligal (rats) because they (the LTTE) have to hide in holes in the ground to escape being hunted.    more >

Think It Over

Time to embrace the Sinhalas
By MSN Menon

THE war is over in Sri Lanka. Peace has just begun. How should India react?
Sri Lanka is the only neighbour that India can rely upon. Our links with Tamils and Sinhalas are historical.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

For the BJP, time for fresh thinking
By M.V. Kamath

FOR everything there is a season and a time for every purpose under the heaven, says the Bible. How true. In the forties of the 20th century socialism was the battle-cry of the young and ...    more >

Kids’ Org

The Meru: Abode of Brahma
By Ratnadeep Banerji

MOUNTAINS have always been revered and remained integral to Hindu history.    more >

Health Watch

Preventive health check-up is the key to health for all
By Dr Sharda Jain

HERE was a time, when India’s most devastating diseases occurred because of infections.    more >

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

India’s foreign policy: An expert view
Challenge and Strategy: Rethinking India’s Foreign Policy, Rajiv Sikri: Sage Publications, Pp 317, Rs 595.00

The insider view on Indian government
GovernMint in India—An Inside View, TSR Subramanian: Rupa & Co., Pp 208, Rs 395.00

A fiction of insatiable revenge
By Vaidehi Nathan,
The Gold Of Their Regrets, Ravi Shankar Etteth, Penguin Books, Pp 227, Rs 250.00

Young and daring IT wizard! What a book, what a man
A Better India A Better World; NR Narayana Murthy, Penguin, Pp 290, Rs. 499.00

An overpowering account on Jinnah
The Charismatic Leader; Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the Creation of Pakistan; Sikandar Hayat; Oxford; Pp 386, Rs 595.00


NCERT denigrates Hindu Dharma
By Himanshu Shekhar Jha

THERE is absolutely no doubt that the NCF (National Curriculum Framework) 2005 was designed not to serve the cause of national education for building up the moral character of school-going children and ...    more >


BJP beware of dynasty, demography
BJP needs a radical change in strategy

By Bojil Kolarov

THE results of the Parliamentary Elections 2009 in India are just another proof that this country is a de facto single-party state not too different from a totalitarian regimes.    more >

BJP ideology has not failed
An analysis of Congress win in 2009

By Dr Arya K Bhattacharya

THE Bharatiya Janata Party, the vehicle of pure nationalism in Indian politics, has suffered a second successive defeat in national general elections.    more >


BJP lost because of hostile media
By Subhash Bisaria

IT was the media that did the BJP more harm with its focused, negative, venomous and malicious onslaughts than anyone else. How many public meetings did Rahul Gandhi attend—100, 150 or 200? Even if we take 5000 as audience listening...    more >

Media Watch

Media has become partner of ruling party

NOTHING is more distressing than to hear that corruption has entered the field of journalism. In pre-Independence days, journalism was a mission; now it has become business. And it is becoming increasingly difficult to take some of the more important newspapers as the last word in truth.    more >

Readers’ Forum

The challenge before BJP (Organiser, 31-5-2009);

Sadly and surprisingly, the BJP failed to dislodge the Congress from Delhi durbar. Because of failed economy, terror attacks, Taliban’s atrocities on Sikhs in Pakistan and disunity among ‘secular’ parties, ...    more >

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