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February 13, 2011

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Vol. LXII, No. 32, New Delhi, FEBRUARY 13, 2011

India has to defang separatists the way Sri Lanka crushed LTTE
Sonia’s increasing bonhomie with shady NGOs endangering national security
Will India get its “Putin moment”?

By M D Nalapat

FOR the first time in three decades, there is free movement of vehicles and people across the whole of Sri Lanka, a country whose geographic position makes it key in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR).    more >

Brute Kashmiri policemen misbehaved with brave BJP workers in Srinagar
Removed turban, dragged by hair, given urine bottle in place of drinking water

By Pramod Kumar

T HE J&K Government led by Chief Minister Omar Abdullah adopted all unfair and inhuman means to crush the moral of BJP workers in the Valley.    more >

Thinking Aloud
When push comes to shove Congress leaders will have no place to hide
By Dr Jay Dubashi

CHICKENS are at last coming home to roost and will soon chase Congressmen who have been looting the country since independence.    more >

The intellectual terrorists are the dubious fifth estate of Indian democracy.

They come in varied hues – social activists, ‘noted’ historians, journalists, advocates, litterateurs and of course prominent citizens.    more >

Turmoil in the Arab World
Which side will the camel choose to sit?

By Priyadarshi Dutta

THE Pyramids of Giza are sinking into the desert. There’s spate in the Nile, out of season.    more >

Special Report Burney apologises for his vicious canard against RSS
Will Digvijay follow suit or face trial?

By Pramod Kumar

EDITOR of Urdu daily Rojnama Rashtriya Sahara, Aziz Burney, who hit the national headlines when he got Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh to throw his weight behind his provocatively titled book, RSS ka Shadyantra, 26/11 (RSS conspiracy, 26/11), has now tendered unconditional apology.    more >

News Analysis
Why is Manmohan Singh hiding under technicalities?
Own up and make CVC resign

By Shyam Khosla

LEADER of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj has thoroughly exposed UPA Government’s lies and half-truths in defending its untenable decision to appoint a charge-sheeted IAS officer P J Thomas as Chief Vigilance Commissioner (CVC).    more >

Sangh Samachar

Tiranga—A National Pride
By Bhupender Yadav

“THE National Flag indisputably stand for the whole nation, its ideals, aspirations, its hopes and achievements.    more >

A pseudo-secular canard gone wrong
By Adhitya Srinivasan

THE Justice Somashekar Commission, set up to inquire into the sequence of events and circumstances leading to the attack on places of worship in Karnataka in 2008, exonerated the BJP State Government in Karnataka in its final report which was submitted and made public last week.    more >

Garo-Rabha clash: A pre-planned conspiracy
Displaced from homeland Centre indifferent to their plight

By Jagdamba Mall

GARO–Rabha clash started from January 1, this year in the Garo Hills District of Meghalaya and ...    more >

Madurai Meenakshi Amman
Unique tradition of divine birthday festivities

By V Shanmuganathan

THE Hindu Temple Protection Committee celebrated the birthday of goddess Meenakshi in Madurai.    more >

People’s perpetual protest
Congress Bureau of Investigation (CBI) and Nasty Intrigues Agency (NIA)

By Dr Jitendra Kumar Sharma

THOMAS Jefferson, founding father and the third President of the USA wanted to banish banking , judiciary and bureaucracy from the Republic.    more >

Narmada Kumbh
Preparations on at Mandla

From Virag Pachpore in Mandla and Jabalpur

PREPARATIONS for Narmada Samajik Kumbh (Social Congregation) are going on war footing at Mandla in Madhya Pradesh.    more >

Words are like mantra.
Use them with caution

By MV Kolhatkar

THE king got worried. So he made an announcement throughout his kingdom over the drumbeat and offered a prize of 300 golden coins to whosoever would correctly interpret the dream.    more >

A Hindu renaissance in North-east region
By Jagdamba Mall

THE northeast Bharat has been encoiled by the nexus of church, Christian terrorists, Muslims and Muslim terrorist organisations, China and China-sponsored naxalites/Maoists Human Rightists, ....    more >

Cover Page

The Moving Finger Writes

Collapse of values in India
By MV Kamath

In recent times, the Indian media has had a good time criticising Pakistan and the recent killing of Punjab’s Governor, Salman Taseer by his own bodyguard. It has given our media a fresh impetus to damn jihadi and fundamentalist elements in our neighbour country.    more >

Economy Watch

RBI must not bail out Manmohan Singh
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

Price rise hurts. It should be managed, however, in a way that does not throttle economic growth. The bright student gets tired of studying long hours. Parents do not ask him to reduce the studies.    more >


UPA afraid of disclosing the money launderers names
By Rajan Khanna

WHAT is holding the Indian government back from disclosing the names of the people who have stashed away money in the German banks, illegally, and more so when even the highest court of the land is insisting on the names to be made public.    more >


A rich, varied collection of essays on India
By Tej N Dhar
Indian Essentials, Penguin Books, Pp 519 (PB), Rs 450.000

The price of honesty
By Jayant Patel
The Honest Always Stand Alone, CG Somiah, Niyogi Books, Pp 274, Rs 395.00

Managing by persuasion
By Manju Gupta
The Persuasive Manager: Communication Strategies for 21st Century Managers,

Make a positive impact
Managers Who Make a Difference: Sharpening Your Management Skills, TV Rao, Random House India, Pp 304, Rs 299.00

A glimpse of Mughal history
By Tej N Dhar
Shadow Princess, Indu Sunderesan, HarperCollins, Pp 370 (PB), Rs 399.00

The craft of an highly acclaimed film maker
By Manju Gupta
Adoor Gopalakrishnan: A Life in Cinema, Gautaman Bhaskaran, Penguin/Viking, Pp 218, Rs 399

Brief Book Reviews by Dr Vaidehi Nathan
Ghosts of the past
Maria’s room, Shreekumar Varma, HarperCollins, Pp 324 (PB), Rs 299.00

Super power sci-fi
Turbulence, Samit Basu, Hachette India, Pp 357 (PB), Rs 250

Shoe man returns
Dead Like You, Peter James, Pan Macmillan, Pp 643 (PB), Rs 299.00

Lessons from recession for globalization
Gobalisation and Development in the Mekong Economies, Suiwah Leung, Ben Bingham, Matt Davies, Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, Pp 211

Media Watch

Media makes a mincemeat of the PM

POOR Dr Manmohan Singh. No Prime Minister in the past has received such a damning dubbing as he did over the cabinet reshuffle issue. The fact that he continues to function shows how immune he is – or his boss, Sonia Gandhi is – to criticism.    more >


Endorsed Hypocrisy
By Dr Pravin Togadia

ON and off we all notice some advertisements of a few products and brands where a celebrity is seen endorsing that product or brand. Mostly, the celebrity is either from the popular fields like sports, movies or if the product is more clinical type then some person is shown sporting the doctor’s gown showing shining teeth or clean floor.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Keep the honour of the national flag (Organsier, 6-2-11);
—MAYA MISHRA, C-403, Anand Lok Society, Mayur Vihar-110 091

The claim that the law and order situation in Jammu and Kashmir would have got disturbed if the BJP had hoisted the National Tricolor in Srinagar holds no water.    more >

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