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August 30, 2009

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Vol. LXI, No. 8, New Delhi, AUGUST 30, 2009

UPA’s food security farce
A food policy for making poor poorer

By Naresh Minocha

MAKE sugar-coated promises before the elections. Make more such promises after the elections. This is the governance mantra for the UPA when it comes to feeding the hungry millions, leave aside alleviating the miseries of inflation-ravaged aam aadmi.    more >

Sarsanghachalak hoists National Flag in Chennai
Tamils need to be rehabilitated in Sri Lanka—Mohan Bhagwat


THE first ever visit of Shri Mohan Bhagwat to Chennai on August 15 and 16 after assuming the responsibility of Sarsanghachalak was marked by an enthusiastic reception given by Chennai citizens, an in-depth interaction with the elite class of the city and a Sadbhavana meeting with prominent figures of various Hindu communities.    more >

Jaswant and his Jinnah
Poking a canker

By Balbir K Punj

OVER 60 years after Partition, it is not just of historic interest but much more fundamental to ask again the perennial question: Could Partition have been avoided?    more >

No Jinnah for India
In the collective conscience of India, Mohammad Ali Jinnah is a hate figure like Mohammad Ghori, Mohammad Ghaznavi, Babar and Aurangzeb. Jinnah is disliked more because his actions are fresh in memory, and millions of victims of his hate campaign are still alive.    more >

Orissa's multi-crore mining scam
Naveen on the mat

By Deepak Kumar Rath

THE self-proclaimed transparent government run by ‘Mr Clean’ Chief Minister of Orissa Shri Naveen Patnaik is in the dock once again—now for letting a private company operate in certain mines without a proper lease.    more >

Mumbai ATS exposed in Malegaon case
MCOCA against Sadhvi and ten others revoked

By Sangeet Verma

IT has been a long struggle against accusations, media propaganda, physical and mental torture, and much more.    more >

BMS Central Executive Committee in Kolkata
BMS to oppose disinvestment


THREE-day All India Central Executive Committee Meeting of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh held in Kolkata from August 17 to 19 strongly opposed the disinvestment of profitable Central Public Sector Units (CPSUs) by the Central Government.    more >

Scientific validation of self-purificatory nature of Ganga
By Arabinda Ghose

THIS is the title of an article in the January-March 2009 issue of the quarterly magazine published by the Asian Agri-History Foundation, based in Secunderabad which is produced under the leadership of Dr YL Nene, the first agricultural scientist in the world to discover the importance of zinc as a micro-nutrient that nourishes crops.    more >



Thinking Aloud

Stolen goods, ceremonially handed over!
By Dr Jay Dubashi

TWENTY five years ago, five years before the Berlin Wall fell, I was at the Wall and had just climbed the few steps that led to the top of the Wall when an East German soldier on the other side of the Wall pointed his AK-47 at me and asked me to get down or else—in German, which I didn’t understand.    more >


ISI’s nefarious design in North-East
By Jyoti Lal Chowdhury from Silchar

PRIME Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, while talking to journalists returning with him from G8/G5 Summit might gloat over his startling revelations that ISI chief Shuja Pasha “has been exchanging notes” with top Indian diplomats and ...    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The eternal significance of Hindutva
By M.V. Kamath

IN recent times there has been a lot of hue and cry over ‘Hindutva’. Macaulay’s children who inhabit editorial offices in many newspapers have, in the past, taken an instant dislike for the word, often going to the extent to comparing it with fascism.    more >

Kids’ Org

Quick wit pays rich dividend
By Manju Gupta

KING Krishnadeva Raya was seated on his throne, surrounded by his courtiers when suddenly he was overcome with the desire to check how bright and sharp his courtiers were.    more >

Recovery of earth

HIRANYAKSHA and Hiranyakashipu were twin asuras who grew up hating the gods.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Bajrang Dal to induct 25 lakh youth - FOC

Women convention in Indore - FOC

207 Vanvasis leave Christian fold in Tamil Nadu - FOC

Hindu Manch anti-terrorism run - FOC

Cow can ensure prosperity—Omprakash - FOC

Media Watch

Sharm el-Sheikh: Defending the indefensible
IT may be a bit late to quote the media on the joint statement issued after the meeting between Dr Manmohan Singh and his Pakistani counterpart, Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani, but in politics nothing is too late. Besides, there seems to be wide divergence of opinion on the issue, at least in the majority of the English language media.    more >

News Analysis

Dragon remains India’s primary security concern
By Shyam Khosla

THE stormy petrel of Indian politics during his youthful days, George Fernandez had kicked up a political storm by publicly stating as country’s Defence Minister that China was India’s enemy No. 1. Leftist commentators attacked him for demonising a ‘friendly country’ and demanded his head.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Church and monks (Organiser, 9-8-2009);
—RAJENDRA PRABHU, D 601, Panchsheel Apartments, Sector IV, Dwarka, New Delhi

As a regular reader and occasional contributor to your magazine, I have often admired the scholarship behind Shri MSN Menon’s writings on religion. However, I was more pained than surprised by what he has said about the Church and ...    more >

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