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March 06, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 35, New Delhi, MARCH 06, 2011

Godhra Carnage A Conspiracy
59 Rambhaktas burnt alive in train compartment


IN a blow to those who called the ghastly Sabarmati Express carnage an “accident” and played communal politics in its name, a designated special court on February 21 convicted 31 accused for setting the train on fire and roasting alive 59 helpless kar sevaks. more >

Vindicated, says BJP - FOC


A Tribute
A mission of Hindu unity, a life dedicated to Sangh work
Satyanarain Bansalji is no more

VETERAN Sangh activist and former Delhi Prant Sanghachalak Satyanarain Bansal passed away at Maharaja Agrasen Hospital in New Delhi on February 19. more >

Thinking Aloud
Democracy is a far cry in Islamic world
By Dr Jay Dubashi

A friend who is back from Cairo says that everything is normal in that city. more >

Capitulation and bartering with Maoists!

THE latest episode of kidnapping and human ransom by the Naxalites in Orissa has yet again proved the inefficiency of the internal security management. more >

Special Report
Kerala poll scene
UDF slips, LDF split on CM, Pinarayi lines

From Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

THE Election Commission of India set to announce the poll dates of Kerala by the first or second week of March, the Congress led United Democratic Front which has been expecting a landslide victory for the outfit is now in a dilapidated state with the UDF leaders entering into one or the other controversy. more >

Sangh Samachar

Pratibha Patil's Address to joint Session
Manmohan Singh directly responsible for govt's mistakes

By V Shanmuganathan

THE President Smt Pratibha Patil’s speech on the opening day of the Budget Session failed to show the direction to the nation on the vital issues concerning the crisis of the government. It was dull, dry and inadequate. more >

The Call Eternal and Glory of Karma by BP Singhal released
A manual for living a purposeful life


"The Call Eternal is a manual on art of living which teaches us to live the life in its full awareness. It must be studied and emulated by all,” said former Union Minister Dr Subramanian Swamy, while releasing the book in New Delhi on February 20. more >

Swami Ramdev’s crusade against corruption upsets Congress
By Mithun Dey

THE Shiromani Akali Dal assailed Ninong Ering a Congress MP in Arunachal Pradesh for his asserted objectionable comments against yoga Guru Ramdev. more >

Defamation case against Tehelka for defaming Sangh
By Pramod Kumar

A swayamsevak of Delhi, Shri Jagdish Kakkar, through his counsel Monika Arora, filed a defamation case in Delhi against Tehelka magazine under Section 200 of CRPC for defaming the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh. more >

15th annual function of Bhavya Jagjanani Darbar
Hindus must rise above the differences of caste and creed—Mahant Surendranath Avadhoot


"THE way our places of veneration and saints are being targeted by the alien forces, the Hindu society must rise above the differences of caste and creed to foil these conspiracies. more >

BJP sweeps in Assembly byelections

THE Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) made a clean sweep of all the five assembly seats in party-ruled Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand where bypolls were held, while the Trinamool Congress, with the tacit support of the BJP, emerged triumphant in one seat in Manipur. more >

A Unity in Diversity
Express freely and innovate Modernised Chitravana

By Dr Kailash Kumar Mishra

THE folk aesthetics is always under evaluated by the people of cities, however, if you try to understand it from close, it has an extraordinary element of uniting the urban and rural, the folk and classic, the non-literate and literate, tradition and so-called modernity. more >

Expectations from Budget 2011
GOVERNMENT has to focus on Fiscal responsibility.

By Gopal K Agarwal

1 Over the last few years there is complete indiscipline in the management of budgetary deficit on account of various schemes and not providing them in the budget: Loan waiver to farmers,Social Security’s Scheme, MNREGS, with rampant corruption and complete disregard to labour and industrial policy. more >

17th century Siva temple in utter ruins

HYDERABAD: From being a popular place of worship in the 17th century, the Akkanna Madanna sarai has now turned into an abandoned and dilapidated structure, waiting to crumble any moment. more >

Punjab home to 30,000 deserted NRI brides
By Vibha Sharma

PUNJAB has about 30,000 ‘Nowhere Brides’ — the coinage often used to describe the women are deserted by their NRI husbands. And the count has been rising steadily. more >

US Arch Bishop orders inquiry into paedophile priests

ARCH Bishop of Philadelphia Justin Rigali has ordered an inquiry into paedophile priests. more >

Atal Khadayann Yojana launched for food security
Uttarakhand initiative

By Ravindra Saini

IN order to provide food to all the BJP government in Uttarakhand launched the Atal Khadayann Yojana. more >

Protect Garo and Rabha Hindus from church onslaught
Janjati Manch petitions PM

From Jagdamba Mall

IN a letter to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh, Shri BB Jamatia, president of Janjati Dharma Sanskriti Suraksha Manch has made a request to institute a National Enquiry Commission headed by a retired judge of Supreme Court to investigate the hostile role and anti-national ... more >

NSCN-IM insurgency instigated by China
From Jagdamba Mall

NATIONAL Socialist Council of Nagaland – Isak & Muivah (NSCN-IM) was founded in China in 1980 under deep influence of Chinese communism and when Th. Muivah, SS Khaplang and Isak Chisi Swu returned to Bharat, they demolished nearly 300 churches and killed hundreds of church leaders, pastors, deacons and evangelists. more >

Cover Page

News Analysis

Dr Singh a weak, compromised PM
By Shyam Khosla

Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh’s “live” interaction with a selected group of editors and bosses of news channels was a smart move that failed to click because no one believes in half lies and canards he dished out and his failure to send across a credible and strong message. more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Jurist Sir Benegal Narsing Rau
Remembering a forgotten icon

AN item in a national daily saying that the Government of Karnataka has decided to perpetuate the memory of Benegal Narsing Rau by setting up a chair in his name at Mangalore University, brought back memories of another day and clime, of the years preceding the finalisation of the Indian Constitution, when its draft was being debated in the Constituent Assembly by some of the most brilliant legal minds in the country. more >

A Page From History

The Bait and the Cross
All national leaders opposed conversions

By Anirban Ganguly

DISCUSSING essential Hindu religious experiences in his thesis on India and her people, the redoubtable Swami Abhedananda made a striking observation. For Hindus he wrote, ‘Both Krishna and Râma are manifestations of the same Vishnu, the Lord of the universe. more >

Kids’ Org

Fire, why is it the purifier?
By MV Kolhatkar

A sudhu in saffron robes had come from the heights of Himalayas. He had a luster both on face and in words. He was delivering a series of lectures in the Shiva temple premises. Men from all walks of life thronged the programme. more >


Nietzsche: He rattled church, his philosophy a generation
He admired Manu

By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Friedrich Nietzsche: A Philosophical Biography, Julian Young, Cambridge University Press, Pp 649 (HB), $ 45.00

Enthralled in the melody of Hindustani music
By Tej N Dhar
Divine Music, Surichi Mohan; Orient Publishing, 2010; Pp 256 (PB), Rs 240.00

German: The language has a rich, engaging history
German: Biography of a Language, Ruth H Sanders, Oxford University Press, Pp 240 (HB), $ 29.95

A brilliant study on boom and bust
Ireland stumbles upon good luck briefly, trips and falls

By Dr R Balashankar
When the Luck of the Irish Ran Out: The World’s Most Resilient Country and its Struggle to Rise Again, David J Lynch, Palgrave Macmillan, Pp 256 (HB), £16.99.

What makes a genius?
Eureka, not a moment’s glory

Sudden Genius? The Gradual Path to Creative Breakthroughs Andrew Robinson, Oxford University Press, Pp 371(HB), £18.99.

Media Watch

The grand centenary of The Hitavada

THE Hitavada of Nagpur recently celebrated its centenary with literally thousands of people attending the ceremony inaugurated by the President of India, Smt Pratibha Patil. The people of Nagpur, indeed, readers all over India had every reason to be proud of this paper which was started by no less a figure than Gopala Krishna Gokhale whose other great contribution was the founding of the Servants of India Society. more >

In Focus

BJP crusade against corruption
By Dr Jitendra Kumar Sharma

“TO support corruption in the name of coalition dharma is incorrect”—Nitin Gadkari, reacting to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s lame excuse to spread corruption for saving his coalition government. more >


A model for 21st century
Emphasis on ethics propounded by Ashoka and Kautilya

By MD Kini

THE sudden collapse of the communist governments of Eastern Europe and USSR like the dominoes at the end of 20th century and the near-collapse of capitalist financial system in the first decade of the 21st century—... more >

Readers’ Forum

Dr Manmohan Singh: A puppet on a string
—MAHESH CHANDRA SHARMA, E-198, Panki, Kanpur

I was shocked to see the helplessness of Dr Manmohan Singh regarding 2G Spectrum Scam, in an interaction with television editors. It is unfortunate that Dr Singh has admitted that he had to compromise national interest due to compulsions of coalition partners. more >

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