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April 05, 2009

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Vol. LX, No. 39, New Delhi, April 05, 2009

RSS Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, Nagpur
Mohanji is the new Sarsanghachalak

By Baldevbhai Sharma in Nagpur

SHRI Mohan Bhagwat is the new Sarsanghachalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He became the sixth Sarsanghachalak. He was nominated to this post by the outgoing Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan at the Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, the supreme body of RSS that concluded in Nagpur on March 22.    more >

Focus on shakha, increase the pace of growth

Following is the full text of the Sarkaryavah Prativedan presented at the Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha of RSS held in Nagpur on March 20 by Shri Mohan Bhagwat before he took over as the sixth Sarsanghachalak.    more >

News Analysis
A Roman revenge on a Gandhi
By Tarun Vijay

IN utter disregard to the principles of natural justice, the Election Commission has in haste and unusually censorious language, passed an opinion without: ...    more >

To kill a mocking bird Bane of being Hindu

THE country?s politics has become minority centric. This facet comes into sharper focus at the time of election because that is the occasion to decide the destiny of the country.    more >

Crush terror network

Following is the full text of the resolutions adopted at the Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha of RSS held in Nagpur from March 20 to 22.    more >

Killing of Hindu Kandh Vanvasi leaders
RSS Sarkaryavah Bhaiyaji Joshi warns Orissa government


RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Sureshrao Joshi who is popularly known as Bhaiyaji Joshi warned the Orissa Government against the growing serious resentment in the Hindu society over the continuing murders of the Kandh Hindu Vanvasi leaders and the utter inaction of the law and order machinery.    more >

EC must disqualify Congress for promising religion-based reservation?Dr Pravin Togadia

VHP general secretary Dr Pravin Togadia urged the Election Commission (EC) to disqualify the Congress Party for promising religion-based reservation in its election manifesto.    more >

New Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini

Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi: A profile in courage

SHRI Sureshrao Joshi, who is popularly known as Bhaiyaji Joshi, was born in 1947 at Indore in Madhya Pradesh. He did his graduation in the faculty of Arts (BA) from the Thane College, affiliated to Mumbai University.    more >

Perverted political discourse on secular-communal divide
By Shyam Khosla

SECULARISM and communalism are among the concepts that have been grossly misinterpreted and abused in India to create vote banks and damn Hindu nationalists.    more >

Political killings in Kerala are pass?
By S Chandrasekhar

TO divert attention from serious infighting going on in the CPM and within LDF, the CPM is resorting to its usual pastime of butchering RSS cadres in the killing fields of Kannur.    more >

CPI-M joins Madani, CM says his terror link being probed
From Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

THE CPI-M state secretary and Politbureau member, Pinarayi Vijayan has the other day shared the dias with the Islamist leader Abdul Nasser Madani who was in the Coimbaotre central jail for nine years as an accused in the Coimbatore bomb blast cases aimed at the BJP leader LK Advani.    more >

Sarsanghachalak pays respect to Dr Ambedkar
Visits ?Dikshabhumi? of Nagpur


IN his first ever public appearance after becoming the Sarsanghachalak, Shri Mohan Bhagwat visited Dikshabhumi in Nagpur on the morning of March 26.    more >

Varun is BJP candidate?Balbir K Punj

THE Bharatiya Janta Party reiterates its decision that Shri Varun Gandhi will remain the official party candidate from the Pilibhit seat in Uttar Pradesh, said Shri Balbir Punj, spokesperson of BJP.    more >

Who is bashing Pakistan??II
By Balbir K Punj

THE role of the General Musharraf as the evangelist for peace between the two countries cannot be sustained in the face of increasing evidence of how as the Pak army chief he had planned the Kargil adventure to break the peace process that Atal Behari Vajpayee had initiated with the then Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharief in 1998.    more >

Nationwide campaign by ABVP to educate young voters

AKHIL Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) is going to launch a countrywide campaign to educate the young voters.    more >

Fifth Chamanlal Memorial Lecture
Work unitedly against conversion ?His Holiness Bhikkhuni Dhammananda

By Pramod Kumar

WE need not fear of conversion ?if? both the Hindus and the Buddhists follow their traditions properly.    more >

The elixir of Tantra paintings
By Ratnadeep Banerji

THE profundity of tantric votives is resplendent on canvas at Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, New Delhi.    more >

English education not enough for personality building?KS Sudarshan
By Anjani Kr Jha

ADVOCATING the abolition of English-medium education in the country, former RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan said the English-medium education was frustrating many talented students.    more >



A reading on Hinduism
An Introduction to the Hindu Faith, John R. de Lingen, Sterling Paperbacks, 108 pp, Rs 125.00
THIS book, based purely on the Vedas and allied texts, contains 16 mantras from the Rigveda, three from the Yajurveda and seven from the Atharvaveda, 10 shlokas from the Bhagvad Gita, two from the Manusmriti and 14 stanzas or poems from other sources. IN the past, medicine and doctor meant that the doctor prescribed the medicine to the patient and left.

A paediatric guide to better health
Solving Health and Behavioural Problems from Birth through Preschool, Roy Benaroch, Macmillan India Ltd, pp 190, Rs 245.00

A gripping narrative on man?s search for relief
Zapp?The Squirrel Who Wanted to Fly, Rachit Kinger, Wisdom Tree, 115 pp, $ 7.95
ZAPP, a squirrel, drawn by the coolness and mystique of the night ventures out at a time when the lesser animals ?wander around, terrified, trying their best to keep their feeble smells away from the olfactory range of their predators.?

The power of women
Shakti: Real Life Stories Celebrating Women Power, Maloy Krishna Dhar, Vitasta Publishing, Pp 381, Rs 325.00
THIS is an anthology about the author?s encounters with some stellar women characters during his lifetime and those encountered during his profession and which have left an indelible impression in the deep recesses of his mind and ?brain wirings?.

A perspective of nationalism
Hindu Nationalism: A Contemporary Perspective, Edited by Shyam Khosla and BK Kuthiala, Shree Natraj Prakashan, Pp 214, Rs 495.00
THIS book is an outcome of the concerted efforts of the Panchnad Research Institute which has compiled different papers presented by luminaries at a seminar on Hindutva and Hindu nationalism in a contemporary perspective.

Terrorists as mercenaries
Militancy in Jammu and Kashmir: The Uncovered Face, Luv Puri, Promilla & Co. and Bibliophile South Asia, Pp 117, Rs 350.00
A number of studies have been undertaken on militancy in Jammu & Kashmir but this book focuses largely on the not-so-commonly covered regional and ethnic aspects of militancy.

Kids? Org

The plight of Lord Shiva
By M V Kolhatkar

BHAGWAN Shiva has various names given by the devotees e.g. Mahadev, Shankar, Mahesh, Chandramouli, Chandrashekhar, Nandivahana, Nagabhooshana, Neelakantha, Shooladhari etc. One more name which is quite familiar among the masses is Bholenath.    more >

Even the high and mighty have to stoop one day
By Manju Gupta

THE Vindhya mountain, at one time, stood tall and high in the centre of the country. The mountain had become so proud of its central position and height that it would not let anyone pass by without paying due homage to it.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The irrelevance of the Third Front
By M.V. Kamath

DEMOCRATIC India has a multi-party system with a predominance of small regional parties that can take one?s breath away because of their sheer numbers. If there are only six ?national? parties, there are 47 ?state? parties, but what comes as a surprise is that there are 730 ?registered unrecognised? parties, as noted by the Election Commission.    more >

Think It Over

What went wrong with Buddhism
By MSN Menon

ALMOST everything. The Buddhists have betrayed their Master. They have strayed from the path shown by him. The Vedas were preoccupied with God, the Upanishads with the universe, but the Buddha was preoccupied with only man. Like Confucius. Man is the master of his destiny, says the Buddha. God has little to do, in that case, with man.    more >

Readers? Forum

Remove the corrupt, incompetent UPA, gear up for installing NDA (Organiser, 22-2-2009);
?DG BOKARE, C-507, Shilpa Housing Society, Near MIT College, Paud Road, Pune
I am extremely happy to know that the three-day BJP National Executive Meeting at Nagpur passed very important and revolutionary resolutions on the important issues of economic development and agriculture development.    more >

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