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November 21, 2010

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Vol. LXII, No. 20, New Delhi, NOVEMBER 21, 2010

Congress conspiracy against Hindus
Countrywide RSS protests evoke massive response
“A conspiracy hatched to malign the RSS”

By Anand Mishra ‘Abhay’

LUCKNOW: December 10: It was a scene to be seen to be believed. A mammoth dharna of several thousand people was organised at Bal Vihar Lawn just opposite the Charbagh Junction of Northern Railways. The venue of the dharna was adorned with saffron flags all around.    more >

Obama is right on India, wrong on Pakistan
By M D Nalapat

SIX weeks before leaving for Mumbai, President Barack Obama appointed a Kashmiri furniture dealer from New York, Farook Kathwari, as a member of the Presidential Advisory Commission on Asian American and Pacific Islander affairs Kathwari is a generous financial backer of groups that have sought to integrate Kashmir with Pakistan.    more >

US has to walk the talk
By Pravin Togadia

WHEN Barack Hussein Obama became the President of America, irrespective of his religious background many people – even me – felt that new world order has place for all those who work hard and mean well.    more >

India's Natural Corruption Party

SCAMSTERS have never had it so good. Under the protective umbrella of Sonia Gandhi, in the cover of the jaded ‘detachment’ tag of the Prime Minister, the UPA ministers and chief ministers are looting the nation with gluttanous appetite.    more >

Obama‘s visit
An economic mission wrapped in rhetoric, aspirations

By OP Gupta, IFS (Retd)

BARACK Hussein Obama, the President of USA paid his first State visit to India from November 6-8 which he himself called his longest stay as the President in any country.    more >

Obama Visit
This is UPA secularism
Veil on Hindu India, minority extravagance

By Dr R Balashankar

THE government’s handling of the visit of US President Barack Obama and his wife set yet another black milestone in the UPA’s track of undermining the Hindu ethos of India.    more >

Sonia Gandhi’s comments on Ayodhya verdict and RSS are unbecoming—Ashok Singhal

VHP president Shri Ashok Singhal described the comments made by Congress president Sonia Gandhi about the High Court verdict on Sri Ramjanma-bhoomi and also the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) at the AICC meeting in Delhi as ‘unbecoming’.    more >

Vastushastra: An Indian approach to prosperity
By Achyut Railkar

NOWADAYS the urban affluent class has become curious about Vastushastra. The science was very popular during ancient and medieval period and was the backbone for any house or colony construction.    more >

BJP’s National Human Rights Cell launched
Work for weakersections of the society—Nitin Gadkari

THE weaker sections of the society including women, SCs/STs and physically challenged have been exploited for long in our society and they need special care. Apart from this the farmers who are committing suicide due to indebtness should also be given special care, said BJP national president Shri Nitin Gadkari.    more >

Himachal Pradesh: A new growth matrix
BJP government is scaling new heights in development index

By V Shanmuganathan

THERE was a traffic jam in the heart of the Kalka town. It was Navaratri time, and there was a surge of devotees in the ancient temple of Goddess Kali, in the foothills of the Himalayas. The town, in Panchkula district of Haryana, is the gateway to Shimla and Himachal Pradesh.    more >

Communalising Reservation
CPM’s Muslim reservation in West Bengal
Challenged in Supreme Court

By Asim Kumar Mitra

PENDING Assembly elections of West Bengal, all political parties including CPM, INC, TMC etc. are busy appeasing the Muslim community in their own way. The ruling conglomerate of the State — CPM-led Left Front has outwitted other parties by offering extraordinary facilities of 10 per cent job reservation in government offices for the Muslims.    more >

Under UPA anybody can say anything against India and get away. If you talk in favour of India you will be punished as terrorist— Ram Madhav

THE RSS said that the Congress Government at the centre is promoting and protecting the anti-national elements while defaming the Hindu Saints, Hindu organisations who are contributing immensely for building the nation by exhibiting zero-tolerance for Terrorism.    more >

BJP consolidates in Karnataka
Court rules against defector MLAs

By R Guru Prasad , Bangaluru

DISQUALIFICATION of 11 rebel MLA’s upheld by Karnataka High Court: Another significant victory to BJP Government in Karnataka    more >

Gangotri Temple to train Dalit boys

GANGOTRI: Opening up the exclusive preserves of brahmins, the Gangotri temple priests have agreed to bring in young and talented dalits into the temple precints for training. Gangotri Mandir chief priest ...    more >

Kids’ Org
Well prepared is well armed
By Manju Gupta

KING Krishnadeva Raya was getting ready to attend court when a messenger rushed in to say, “Your Majesty, the king and his troops from the neighbouring kingdom have set up their camp across the border.    more >

News Analysis
Bring Setalvad to justice for perjury
By Shyam Khosla

TEESTA Setalvad, the notorious anti-Hindu propagandist masquerading as a human rights activist, has at long last been trapped in the web she relentlessly spun to malign the Hindu society and the popular Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi.    more >

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The Moving Finger Writes

India’s growing role in United Nations
By MV Kamath

SO much is made out of India’s entry into the Security Council as a non-permanent member, by an astounding majority, 187 members out of a total of 192 (including Pakistan) voting for, and a mere five, abstaining.    more >

Think It Over

Is multi-culturalism dead ?
By MSN Menon

CAN different cultures live together in peace? No says Europe. Yes says India.    more >

A debate on Kashmir

Don’t fall into the trap of separatists. Kashmir is integral to India
By Dr Murli Manohar Joshi

KASHMIR has been an integral part of our country from time immemorial and it will remain so forever. No power on the earth can separate Kashmir from India.    more >


Journalism should spare nobody

THE fifteenth anniversary issue of Outlook (November 1) is to be read to be believed. A maverick weekly run by maverick editors, it is a joy to read because it spares nobody.    more >


An audacious peek into the marvels of the Universe
By Dr R Balashankar
The Edge of Reason: Dispatches from the Frontiers of Cosmology, Anil Ananthaswamy, Penguin Books India Pvt Ltd, Pp 322 (PB), Rs 399.00

Magic that leads to war
The Magician’s Apprentice, Trudi Canavan, Hachette India, Pp 702 (PB), Rs 395.00

A debut novel that fascinates
By Manju Gupta
Saraswati Park, Anjali Joseph, HarperCollins Publishers India, Pp 262, price not stated

A pictorial journey through Hampi
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Hampi: Discover the Splendours of Vijayanagar, Subhadra Sen Gupta, photographs by Clare Arni, Niyogi Books, Pp 262 (HB), price not mentioned

A scholarly work on Indus script
By Manju Gupta
Indus Script Cipher: Hieroglyphs of Indian Linguistic Area, S. Kalyanaraman, Sarasvati Research Centre, Pp 467 (PB), price not given

A profound analysis of Khayal music
By Jayant Patel
Khayal Vocalism: Continuity within Change, Deepak Raja, DK Printworld (P) Ltd, Pp 316, Rs 460.00

Where the state is not present
By Ashish Joshi
The Absent State: Insurgency as an excuse for Misgovernance, by Neelesh Misra and Rahul Pandita, Hachette India, Pp 272 (PB), Price not mentioned

A narrative grappling with partition
By Nidhi Mathur
Partition, Jihad & Peace, Subhash Chopra, Lancer, Pp259(HB), Rs 795.00


In decline US comes to fleece India
And evangelism is unabetted

By Radha Rajan

A month ago as thewriter walked down the street towards the Vatican, barely a few feet away from the Sistine Chapel, an old lady, on her knees, head bent over so that we could not see her face, supporting her tired body with her left palm pressed down on the road, was holding out her right hand for alms.    more >


Accession Day celebrations in J&K
By From: Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

JAMMU stressed its integration with India by celebrating the 63rd anniversary of the Instrument of Accession Day with much pomp and show on October 26. Several functions were held across this winter capital city of Jammu and other places in the region as part of celebrations of the Accession Day of Jammu and Kashmir with India by different parities and organisations.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Nonsense about Kashmir :
—Dr GAUTAM SEN, by email: [email protected]

I am amazed that so many Indian commentators (see below) and foreign correspondents, who are invariably hostile to India (like my former student, the FT's Amy Kazmin) persist with a ridiculous fantasy that it is within the power of an allegedly malicious Indian State to come up with a peace proposal that protesting Kashmiris will find acceptable.    more >

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