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October 04, 2009
Organiser Home
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October 04, 2009

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Vol. LXI, No. 13, New Delhi, October 04, 2009

UPA hides its diplomatic failure over Arunachal Pradesh
ADB loan fiasco exposes many more chinks

By Naresh Minocha

THE UPA Government has not taken the public into confidence on India’s embarrassing failure to secure support of several countries in affirming its territorial rights over Arunachal Pradesh at Asian Development Bank (ADB). The picture given by the UPA is at variance with the facts disclosed by ADB.    more >

India has a moral commitment on Tibet
The govt has to be firm with China
Not Freeze; But Actively Discuss Border

By Ram Madhav

TILL the 60s the Chinese were talking about a bilateral settlement on Aksai Chin. The 38,000 sq. km. area part of Ladakh region came under illegal occupation of the Chinese Red Army, which started constructing the Karakoram Highway linking Tibet with Sinkiang region in the 50s.    more >

Thinking Aloud
US the wrong place to go to talk about Pak terror
By Dr. Jay Dubashi

OUR friend, Home Minister P Chidambaram is back from the US after reporting to his bosses over there that Pakistan is not behaving properly and India is deeply dissatisfied with progress of ...    more >

Under UPA vote-bank dictates the course of law

ONE of the favourite phrases of Indian politicians is that ‘the law will take its own course’. If it was true, the Supreme Court would not be reminding the government about carrying out the death sentences given by the Court.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Aryan-Dravidian divide a myth: Study
Courtesy: The Times of India

HYDERABAD: The great Indian divide along north-south lines now stands blurred. A pathbreaking study by Harvard and indigenous researchers on ancestral Indian populations says there is a genetic relationship between all Indians and more importantly, the hitherto believed ‘‘fact’’ that Aryans and Dravidians signify the ancestry of north and south Indians might after all, be a myth.    more >

Finland cracks open Swiss banking secrecy codes

FINLAND and Switzerland have signed a new tax cooperation treaty that enables Finnish authorities to access Swiss bank account data even when no crime is suspected.    more >

The continuing tragedy of Kashmiri Hindus
Kashmiri Pundits observe 20th Martyrs Day

From Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

KASHMIRI Pundits observe September 14 as “Martyrs Day” after their exodus from the land of their origin by remembering Pt Tika Lal Taploo who was the first Kashmiri Pundit assassinated by the terrorists in the valley, this day 20 years ago.    more >

End of insurgency in Nagaland in sight?
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury

SILCHAR: There has been some noted progress in talks between the Government of India (GoI) and NSCN (IM) with Shri Padmanabhaiah as the interlocutor, hinted Naga leadership at Kohima.    more >

Balagokulam makes an impact

'BALAGOKULAM’, a Sangh affiliated organisation of children, celebrated Krishna Jayanti on Ashtami Rohini, September 11, 2009. Named ‘Gitamritham 5011’, the highlights of the celebrations this year were ‘Goupuja’, ‘Vrikshapuja’, ‘Nadhi-puja’ in 5,000 different corners of the State in which lakhs participated.    more >

Church rattled by expose in Abhaya murder probe

ABOUT 17 years ago, in 1992, Sister Abhaya’s body was found in the well of Pious X Convent in Kottayam. Despite clear indications of murder, local police, crime branch, closed it as a case of suicide.    more >

Jehad’s New War—Love Bombs, Islamic Bank

FOR long, the RSS and the ABVP has been warning the ‘Hindu society’ of Kerala, that NDF’s (jehadi outfit) student wing ‘Campus Front’ has been entrusted the task of luring Hindu college girls into the love web and eventual conversion to Islam and jehadi terror network.    more >

Uttarakhand gets Bharat Nirman Award

UTTARAKHAND has been conferred the ‘Bharat Nirman Award’ for its outstanding performance in the field of education and health over the last seven years.    more >

Congress bites dust in Delhi by-elections

EVEN as Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit managed to bring the BJP-ruled Municipal Corporation of Delhi closer to her jurisdiction, the non-Congress candidates polled a thumping victory in Delhi by-elections.    more >

1963 Reminiscence
Pt Deendayal Upadhyaya in America

By Dr Shankarrao Tatwawadi

PANDIT Deen-dayal Upadhyaya was elected general secretary of the new-born Bharatiya Jana Sangh in its very first session at Kanpur in the year 1952.    more >

Pravasi Bharatiya
Hindu Mandir Executives Conference


HINDU mandir executives representing 111 temples and Hindu organisations from more than 25 states of US and Canada converged in Lithicum, MD, a suburb of Washington, DC, to attend the Fourth Annual Hindu Mandir Executives Conference (HMEC), from September 11-13, 2009.    more >

The real danger of water scarcity in India and water harvesting-II
Cost of rainwater harvesting

By Dr Ballabhbhai Kathiria

COST of rainwater harvesting system varies widely depending upon the availability of the existing structure of roof and storage tank. Cost also depends upon the material used in it.    more >

Modernise and speed up with new generation trains
By Arabinda Ghose

INDIAN Railways (IR) introduced the new generation Rajdhani Express trains—the Duronto Express—between Sealdah and New Delhi since September 18 and between Chennai Central and Hazrat Nizamuddin since September 22.    more >

Gram Swaraj is the message of Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra
From Ajai Srivastava in Shimla

"THERE are so many Gandhis in the country at present but all are far away from the philosophy of Mahatma Gandhi that emphasises on village-centric economy and Gram Swaraj.    more >

Kandhamal probe brings out the plot against Hindus
From Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

TRUTH is coming out, gradually unravelling all the state-created mysteries and dispelling the confusion regarding the murder of Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati and Vanvasi unrest in the troubled Kandhamal district.    more >


The Moving Finger Writes

China: An enemy at large
By M.V. Kamath

DOES anyone remember the time when India was forced to take action against Pakistan forces in East Bengal as millions of refugees began to pour into West Bengal following the revolt of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman against Islamabad’s military misrule?    more >

Uttarakhand Newsletter

Uttarakhand by-poll boosts BJP hopes
By Ravindra Saini

AFTER losing all five Lok Sabha seats to Congress in Uttarakhand recently, it was being said that BJP in the state was losing its ground. After the Lok Sabha debacle, the BJP and its workers and leaders were in the state of saying nothing and disappointment was being felt everywhere.    more >

Kids’ Org

The fire of knowledge
By MV Kolhatkar

ADI Shankaracharya was born in the 5th century BC at Kaladi in Kerala.    more >

How peace returned to earth
By Manju Gupta

LORD Brahma imparted the knowledge of the gods to his eldest son Atharvan. Atharvan’s son Dadhyanch, on growing up, renounced the world and became a sage.    more >

Health Watch

Hospital waste management
Safe disposal for safe environment

By Dr SS Agarwal

HOSPITAL is a place to serve the patients. Since the beginning, the hospitals are known for the treatment of sick persons but we are unaware of the adverse effects of the garbage and filth generated by them in the environment.    more >


Three excellent books on management studies
By Manju Gupta

Hi-tech of artificial inventions: A fascinating study
The Genie in the Machine, Robert Plotkin: Penguin Portfolio, Pp 270, Rs 599.00

A brilliant lid-off on the darker side of art bazaar
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Faking it, Amrita Chowdhury, Hachette India, Pp 340, Rs 250.00

Reminiscences of an IAS officer
Memory Bytes: A Bureaucrat Remembers, P.M. Nair, Ocean Books Pvt Ltd, Pp 204, Rs 250.00

A great read on seismic shift in world of digital media
By Manju Gupta
Understanding Digital Marketing: Marketing Strategies for Engaging the Digital Generation, Damian Ryan and Calvin Jones, Kogan Page Ltd, Pp 276, Rs 395.00

Media Watch

The joy of reading journals

EVERY once in a while, one comes across a weekly/monthly/journal that turns out to be a joy to read. Such a one is the September issue of Freedom First, which at one time represented the views of the Swatantra Party.    more >


Such Cruel Butchers
Cow slaughter is illegal, but who cares!

By Dr Pravin Togadia

“MY cost to buy it is Rs 3,000 to 4,000 only. Most time I steal it—so I get it free. No cost! But selling its meat, bones and other parts fetch me Rs. 30,000 to 40,000. It is around 250 kg, you know!    more >

A Report

Maya gets jolted by judiciary
From Subhash Singh in Lucknow

CHIEF Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Mayawati is facing a double whammy at the moment because of the Supreme Court’s and state’s Allahabad High Court’s reprimand to the state government in the matter of memorials in Lucknow and Noida and the multi-crore Taj corridor scam.    more >

A Report

Kerala Newsletter
Worship of Cow and the Ganga integral to the nation—Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

By S. Chandrasekhar

The cow and Ganga are the eyes of the nation. But both these eyes are in danger today.    more >


Navratri—The festival of Good versus Evil
By Achyut Railkar

OUR Indian culture is a way of thinking, a way of life and a way of worship. The philosophical thinking is conveyed in our famous Vedas. It was later transformed into pratik (symbol or idol) and festivals.    more >

Pravasi Bharatiya

BJP MP Varun Gandhi wows Houston
By Dinesh Agrawal

THE 2009 annual gala of Houston’s Indo American Charity Foundation (IACF) drew more than just some concomitant applause towards its annual goal of raising about a quarter million dollars to support US-based charity organisations.    more >

Readers’ Forum

India has a moral stake in Baloch freedom (Organiser, 6-9-2009);
—AK SHARMA, Chandigarh

The Congress may not realise, but it is a hard fact that the blunder committed by Dr Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister for Muslims in India, and his blundering team at Sharm el-Sheikh in Egypt ...    more >

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