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July 24, 2011

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Vol. LXIII, No. 3, New Delhi, JULY 24, 2011

India Again Proves Soft Target For Terrorists
PM, as usual, clueless.
Mumbai serial blast death toll 21

From Aditya Pradhan in Mumbai

THE anger over the killing of scores of innocent citizens in terror attacks in Mumbai on Wednesday night (July 13, 2011) might be reflective of the simmering disenchantment with the government that has no other recourse than to blame Pakistan for their repeated dastardly acts. Yet again Mumbai was targeted on July 13 leaving over 21 dead and scores grievously injured in a series of bomb blasts that hit Dadar, Zaveri Bazaar and Opera House.    more >

Special Investigation
Congress war on CAG
It's a Constitutional body, govt cannot undermine it

By Naresh Minocha

BELEAGUERED Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has driven the uneasy Executive-Comptroller Auditor General (CAG) relationship to the brink of showdown. Dr. Singh’s acerbic observations on CAG’s conduct mark a complete U-turn the confidence that he reposed in this constitutional authority when he was leader of the opposition in Rajya Sabha in 2000.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
PM says he is not a lame duck. So where do we go from here?
By MV Kamath

PRIME MINISTER Dr Manmohan Singh has finally spoken. And what did he say? That he is not a lame duck, that he has the full backing of the party president, Sonia Gandhi, that if the party asks him to step down he will do so happily, and that he has no objection to Rahul Gandhi becoming Prime Minister.    more >

Needed A Relentless War Against Red Terror
Author Name Comes here

THE recent Supreme Court ruling disbanding the civil protection force Salwa Judum has delivered a severe blow to anti-naxal movement in central India, especially Chhatisgarh. The naxal sympathisers in the media and the vocal sections successfully portrayed Salwa Judum as some kind of underhand operation of the government.    more >

Lord Narasimha Moorthi roars again in Malappuram, Kerala
Renovation of a historic temple

By R Venugopal, Cochin

DEAR readers, read this story with your heart and if you feel anything at all, be a part of this divine venture, which will help all of us to hold our head high. During the campaign of Tipu Sultan in Malabar region of Kerala, hundreds of temples were destroyed and plundered by the Muslims.    more >

News Round-up

Cynical Congress terror politics
By GVL Narasimha Rao

MUMBAI has been struck once again. The city has faced nine terror attacks in as many years which killed 437 persons and injured over 500. Every time an act happens, there is an outpouring of public anger and disdain.    more >

Supreme Court verdict on Salwa Judum
Can courts enforce ideology?

By Arun Jaitley

THE Supreme Court of India has quashed the appointment of Special Police Officers (SPOs) by the State of Chhattisgarh as unconstitutional and violative of Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution.    more >

Shuffle and scuffle that made no sense

By Sukhwant Kapoor

HAVING failed miserably to check corruption and soaring inflation, the Congress-led government at the Centre needed major surgery, including some amputations, to do some good for body politic.    more >

Bengal High Court verdict on Muslim reservation
An opportunity for Mamata for course correction

By Asim Kumar Mitra

THE High Court’s decision to reject the ten per cent Muslim reservation has given a chance to Mamata Banerjee to make a course correction from the previous CPM governments’ communal politics.    more >

Why Somali pirates succeed to loot
By Ravi

IN a space of 10 days, two gangs of suspected Somali pirates came to Junagadh and Jamnagar coast.    more >

Unprecedented rush in Amarnath yatra
Three lakh take darshan in first 14 days

From Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

WEATHER vagaries notwithstanding, over three lakh pilgrims had darshan at the holy cave shrine of Shri Amarnath situated in deep Himalayas in South Kashmir district of Anantnag in first 14 days of the yatra. The 46-day yatra commenced simultaneously from Baltal and the traditional route of Pahalgam on June 29.    more >

Cover Page


Only Halal meat available in most retail chains
By Ravi

LIKE most Hindus and Sikhs, till recently I never bothered whether the non-vegetarian food I ate was halal or jhatka. It was during net surfing that I came across a news item about the Islamist angle in fanatic promotion halal food.    more >

The Thinking Aloud

So nobody at the helm?
By Dr Jay Dubashi

FOR some time now, there has been no government in Delhi. The man who has been designated Prime Minister functions like Bahadur Shah Zafar did just before the British packed him off to Burma.    more >

A Spotlight Feature

National distribution centre of fruits and vegetables
By Pramod Kumar

WHEN you are fast asleep in your cozy bed at night, thousands of people work overnight in Delhi’s Chaudhary Hira Singh Fruit and Vegetable Market, formerly known as Azadpur Mandi, to ensure that you get fresh vegetables and fruits in the morning.    more >


United in the service of the nation
By AJ Philip
A Touch of Greatness: Encounters with the Eminent, R.M. Lala, Rupa& Co, Pp 240 (HB), Rs 295.00

An insight into Hindu Law
By Manju Gupta
The Spirit of Hindu Law, Donald R. Davis Jr., Cambridge University Press, Pp 194 (PB)

A guide to distance education
By Nidhi Mathur
Policy and Practice in Asian Distance Education, Tian Belawati and Jon Baggaley (eds.), Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd, Pp 260(PB), Rs 650.00

Kissinger floored by Chinese charm
By MV Kamath
Henry Kissinger on China, Allen Lane, Pp 586 (HB), Rs 899.00

A moving story of a woman’s struggle
By Manju Gupta
The Wife’s Tale, Lori Lansen, Hachette, Pp 373(PB), Rs 350.00

A success mantra
By Ashish Joshi
Principles of Success made Easy, Roopleen, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd, Pp 131(PB), Rs 175.00

Kids’ Org

Karna: A life of valour
By KK Shanmukhan

KARNA was a chivalrous and magnanimous hero in the class of Arjuna or Bhishma. But bad luck, wrong company and ill-fate always haunted him. The birth, rise, fall and death of Karna, Kunti’s first born can only be read with tears.    more >

Economy Watch

Is direct cash subsidy a better option?
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

GOVERNMENT is moving towards providing food, fertilizer and other subsidies to the beneficiaries in cash. The move is in the right direction. These subsidies are theoretically provided to help the poor but actually most benefits are being captured by the rich.    more >

Readers’ Forum

A disturbing expose of West’s plot to divide India (Organiser, 1.5.2011);
—ANAND PRAKASH, 72/Sector-8, Panchkula-134 109

This refers to the “Special Report” by Dr Vaidehi Nathan on the book Breaking India in Organiser, in which various anti-Hindu and anti-national individuals and forces have been exposed for their nefarious activities.    more >

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