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October 11, 2009

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Vol. LXI, No. 14, New Delhi, October 11, 2009

Sarsanghachalak's address on Vijayadashami
RSS work is to unite Hindus
US playing a double game, Indian diplomacy has failed

Vijayadashami Mahotsav, Nagpur, Yugabd-5111, Date: September 27, 2009
Abstract of speech by RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat.

THE path-breaking work of RSS is to organise the ‘Hindu Society', which was launched on this very date (September 27) eighty-four years back. It is needless to emphasise that organising the ‘Hindu Society’ is an imperative national duty.    more >

New Sarsanghachalak’s first Vijayadashami speech
“Don’t copy the west. Evolve Indian model for development”—Mohan Bhagwat

From Virag Pachpore

RESOUNDING a warning to the nation the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Chief Dr Mohanrao Bhagwat called for all-round preparedness to combat the threats to India’s security-both from outside the borders and what he called ‘home-grown’ terrorism.    more >

Thinking Aloud
The government is happy footing terrorists’ bills

CONGRESS politicians move in pairs, like burglars. At one time, Hollywood couples also did so—Budd Abbott and Lou Costello, and Laurel and Hardy, and also in literature you had Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.    more >

CBI, 19 years after FIR, closes Bofors case, unresolved

QUATTROCHHI will now be an honourable guest in India. The UPA government has informed the Supreme Court that it has decided to withdraw all the cases of corruption pending against him.    more >

Interview of the Week
BJP is popular because of its vision, trustworthiness—Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal ‘Nishank’

The victory of BJP in Vikas Nagar by-election has proved that people of Uttarakhand are happy with the functioning of new Chief Minister Dr Ramesh Pokhriyal “Nishank”. There was a close contest in Vikas Nagar where Congress heavyweight and former Minister Navprabhat was contesting against BJP nominee Kuldeep Singh.    more >

Promote traditional values, national heritage
Focus on cow protection, village prosperity
Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra launched

By Pramod Kumar from Kurukshetra

WITH the continuous ten-minute shankhnad by world-renowned shankhwadak Shri Shavantha, the 108-day Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra began from historic Theme Park in Kurukshetra on September 30.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Santhanam is misleading on Pokharan-II—Jayakumar, Vijnana Bharati
Jayakumar is general secretary of Vijnana Bharati.

AFTER 11 years of India’s greatest achievement of nuclear tests which boosted the self respect and self confidence of the Indian masses, the recent comments by Dr Santhanam, former director of DRDO, casting doubts on it’s success, will only undermine himself and the nation.    more >

Join us, RSS tells Muslims, Christians
VSK, Chennai

RASHTRIYA Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) chief Mohan Bhagwat appealed to all sections of society, including Muslims and Christians, to join his organisation. “Come, test us, and decide whether you want to continue,” he said. “I am sure you will continue because our intention is clear and our behavior is good.”    more >

India’s Youth Advantage: An assessment
Young India is more religious, tradition bound

By Dr Jitendra K Bajaj

FOR past several months it is being argued in the journalistic circles that the Indian demographics, and consequently the life-styles, preferences and seekings of the Indian people, have changed.    more >

Birth anniversary of Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya celebrated
By Ravindra Saini

Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya was paid rich tribute on his ninety-third birth anniversary on September 25. A function was held in Dehradun by Deendayal Upadhyaya Sewa Pratishthan.    more >

Sewa International honours Anandiben

SHRIMATI Anandiben Mafatlal Patel—a long standing member of Gujarat Assembly—is a Cabinet Minister of Revenue, Disaster Management, Roads & Buildings, Capital Project and Women and Child Welfare departments of Gujarat State.    more >

India has a moral commitment on Tibet-II
We need a strategic vision.
Leverage on diplomatic relations

By Ram Madhav

‘DIALOGUE is the only solution’, our leaders untiringly exhort when it comes to our relations with the neighbours. Undoubtedly. But what is more important is perseverance.    more >

India-China Border
Evolve a national response to Chinese aggressiveness

By Santosh Pathak

INDIA’S silence is providing China with a nicking edge to turn even more aggressive around LAC in Arunachal Pradesh and Ladakh. What I find shocking is the fact that we do retaliate and backfire at Pakistan and Sri Lanka (1989) but keep a mum on China which has been the most contemptuous violator of the border norms.    more >


The Moving Finger Writes

Importance of Central Asia to India

CENTRAL Asia seldom features prominently in the Indian media with its obsession with the West, most notably the United States and, in the past six decades, with Pakistan, which is a pity because the five states—Kazakhistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan which together form Central Asia are of vital importance to India in more ways than one.    more >


Himachal wins a big race
Bags seven prestigious awards in better governance

By AC Vashishth

HIMACHAL is a small State with just four seats in Parliament. Yet it has the dynamism and drive to make it big provided it has the ideal leadership and guidance. It has already made a name for itself by sending the highest number of officers and men in the Army.    more >

Economy Watch

The reason why the gold prices are galloping
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

IT will be plainly understood by the reader that the value of the paper on which a 1,000-rupee note is printed, or the paper on which a cheque of Rs 1 crore is written is scarcely 1 paisa. Or the value of the paper on which a property valued at Rs 10 crore is registered maybe only a few lakh.    more >

Media Watch

Media can help create unity, harmony

A few days before Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Rajasekhar Reddy (YSR) was killed in a helicopter crash, The Hitavada (September 1) carried a Press Trust of India report from Hyderabad, the significance of which is best left to readers’ judgement.    more >

Kids’ Org

Life after death and rebirth
By Manju Gupta

NACHIKETA was the son of Sage Vajashrava, who decided to send his son to a gurukul to study. In ancient times, the student had not only to study but learn how to attend to household chores by working in the guru’s house.    more >


A useful guide to negotiators
By Manju Gupta
Negotiating Peace in Deeply Divided Societies: A Set of Simulations, Radha Kumar (Ed.), Sage Publications, Pp 396, Rs 695.00

An interesting collection of a cartoonist's reminiscences
By Ashish Joshi
Never a Dull Moment, T Samuel, Genesis Publishing, Pp 126, Rs 120.00

A contemporary study of Gita
The Gita for You and Me, Neera Manchanda, Serials Publications, Pp 150, Rs 195.00

A novel that exposes the mucky side of politics
By R Balashankar
Dead On Time, Meghnad Desai, HarperCollins India a joint venture with India Today, Pp 238, Rs 399

Sen's antipathy to things Indian overshadows his brilliance
By MV Kamath
The Idea of Justice, Amartya Sen, Allen Lane, Pp 467, £ 25


The eternal Indian faith about victory of good over evil
Significance of Dussehra

By VN Gopalakrishnan

DUSSEHRA is one of the most popular, splendid and fascinating Hindu festivals of India. The10-day festival takes place in the month of Asvin. This year the festival was celebrated from September 23-28.    more >

Open Forum

Colonial Loot, Impoverished India
By Dr S Kalyanaraman

It is time to claim reparations from the legatees of the colonial regime and institute an International Crimes Tribunal—on the lines of a War Crimes Tribunal—to enforce the international law to compensate India.    more >

Readers’ Forum

BJP capable of settling its problems (Organiser, 6-9-2009)
—BR VYAS, B-4, Anandvan Complex, B/H Aangan Tower, IG Marg, Vadodara

It is worth noting that the RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat made it quite clear that the Sangh would not involve itself in politics and that it was for the BJP to settle its problem.    more >

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