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November 25, 2007

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Vol. LIX, No. 20, New Delhi, November 25, 2007

CPM barbarians unleash a bloodbath in Nandigram
Buddhadeb cheers the lumpens

By Ranjit Roy

THE outrageous statement that villagers of Nandigram have been ?paid back in their own coin? by the Chief Minister of West Bengal, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee only to express his joy and satisfaction over the bloody recapture of Nandigram by armed CPM goons has ignited a widespread protest from all walks of life in West Bengal.    more >

Conservative Estimates
Nandigram: Marxist Draculas in action

By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

THE Communist Party of India (Marxist) has imprisoned itself in a fort that is impervious to any contact from the outside world. It is only the apparatchiks who talk among themselves and understand a dialect, or dialectics, that has no isomorphism with the real world.    more >

The harm secular state is doing to Hindus
By Dr. Gautam Sen

Economic growth has brought prosperity to a rising new middle class in India. For some it has offered up vast wealth. But there are plenty of emaciated beggars, many of them badly malnourished children, in India?s cities, which are gigantic slums in plain fact.    more >

CPM?s laughing Buddha!

BUDDHADEB Bhattacharjee is unrepentant on the bloodbath in Nandigram. So is the CPI(M) politburo.

It is not surprising that the Marxists have closed ranks and reacted the way they did. In fact, they were the ones who masterminded the inhuman and heinous brutalities in Nandigram.    more >

BJP celebrates its southern debut
Vajpayee is the role model for Yeddyurappa

From Deepak Kumar Rath in Bangalore

DESPITE UPA?s repeated attempts to impede the government formation, the BJP?s lotus has finally bloomed in Karnataka with Bookanakera Siddalingappa Yeddyurappa becoming the state?s 26th Chief Minister on November 12, 2007 in the presence of senior party leader Shri L.K. Advani, BJP national president Shri Rajnath Singh, former party president Dr Murli Manohar Joshi, Karnataka BJP prabhari Shri Jaswant Sinha, BJP national secretary (organisation) Shri Ramlal and other senior leaders.    more >

A tribute to martyrs of November 1966 firing on protest against cow slaughter
Demand for cow protection reiterated

By Pramod Kumar

THOUSANDS of people belonging to various sects of Hinduism and a sizeable number of Muslims joined the massive demonstration at Jantar-Mantar in New Delhi on November 7 demanding complete ban on cow slaughter and a separate ministry for cow protection.    more >

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

ABVP: Dismiss CPM government


AKHIL Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) has strongly condemned the barbarous acts committed in Nandigram by the CPM activists with the active help of the West Bengal Government.    more >

Bal Sanskar Kendra by VHP in Port Blair

THE Dharam Prasar Vibhag of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has started a Bal Sanskar Kendra at Port Blair in the Andamans for economically and socially deprived children. Children from class one to fifth come to the Kendra for two hours daily.    more >

Language papers can prevent westernisation ?S. Gurumurthy

MUMBAI: Language journalism should bear the responsibility of preserving Indian ethos, Indian joint family system and preventing the westernisation of society, because therein lies the key to India?s sustainable and inclusive economic growth, said Shri S. Gurumurthy, veteran journalist and all-India co-convener of Swadeshi Jagaran Manch.    more >

UNEP GEO4 report
Only Hindu way of life can save the earth

By Aditya Pradhan

THE latest UN Environment Programme?s (UNEP) report released last fortnight states unequivocally that man?s development and progress are responsible for the environmental degradation and the fast approaching doom?s day.    more >

A journey through Sri Ram?s footprints?V
By Dr Ram Autar

According to Ramcharitmanas Sitaji was sent by Ma Sunayana to worship Girija. Sri Ram and Laxman also came here to collect flowers for the puja by Vishvamitra.    more >

Terrorism in India, a book by Dr Swamy, released
?UPA has no will to fight terror?

By Deepak Kumar Rath

UPA government has compromised with terrorism in many states for vote bank politics like Assam, J&K and Tamil Nadu, said Dr Subramanian Swamy, while releasing his latest book on terror.    more >

Ram Sethu campaign in Assam gears up
By Jyotilal Choudhury

SILCHAR: As a part of the nation-wide campaign to save Ram Sethu, Rameswaram Ram Sethu Raksha Manch of South Assam too has been mobilising public opinion through various agitational programmes.    more >

Foundation for Vivekananda Yoga
Pratishthan laid in Lucknow


FOUNDATION for Viveka-nanda Yoga Pratishthan Bhavan was laid in Lucknow recently by BJP president Shri Rajnath Singh, Uttarakhand Chief Minister Shri B.C. Khanduri, Ramjanmabhoomi Sewa Nayas president Mahant Nrityagopal Das and Mayor of Lucknow Dr Dinesh Sharma.    more >

Naman 1857 inaugurated in Benaras
Tribute to martyrs of 1857 by Sanskar Bharati

LEADING personalities belonging to arts, music, films and television and senior leaders of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Sanskar Bharati assembled at Assi (Bhadani), the birthplace of Rani Lakshmibai in Benaras on October 26 to pay tribute to the freedom fighters of 1857 first war of Independence.    more >

Rally to protest move to demolish Sethu
By Our Correspondent

VIJAYAWADA: The Rameswaram Ram Sethu Samrakshana Vedika on October 4 took out a rally in the city protesting against the government?s proposal to demolish the Ram Sethu.    more >



SFI activists kill police officer
Conspiracy to frame RSS
Innocent Hindu workers tortured

By S. Chandrasekhar

Kottayam: The dirty Marxist student politics of Kerala had a strange martyr on October 26. An Assistant Sub-Inspector of Changanassery police station near Kottayam, M.C. Elias (47) was killed by SFI/DYFI/CITU goondas at the NSS Hindu College in Changanassery. Elias died at the NSS Medical Mission Hospital at about 10.30 am after he was surrounded and attacked by the Marxist mob.    more >

Defence Watch

Politicians failing Indian state
By Bharat Verma

WE are constantly led to believe that since elections are held regularly, India is therefore one of the most successful democracies in the world. The truth unfortunately is different. The number of phases in which election is held in a particular area or a state, and the quantum of security personnel deployed for the purpose, is a barometer of peace and stability.    more >


Did Moscow play fraud on Marx??XXIV
Moscow?s Great Leap Forward

By Devendra Swarup

IN India Ajoy Ghosh decided to make full use of P.C. Joshi?s archival interest and enthusiasm for the 1857 Great Revolt. Joshi was commissioned to organise research articles reflecting different perceptions on 1857. This volume was officially published by the Peoples Publishing House in July 1957 under the title ?Rebellion-1857 : A Symposium?.    more >

Think it over

Sufis: Where do they stand?
By M.S.N. Menon

SUFISM is a cult. Like Bhakti. But as confused as the Bhakti movement. Where do the Sufis stand?

Sufism is all about love?love between man and his maker. Islam is its antithesis-?it is fear that motivates a Muslim?s relation with Allah. Allah was the most feared of all the Semitic gods. He remains a distant God.    more >

Kids? Org

Every pride hath a fall
By Manju Gupta

ONCE Arjuna decided to go on a pilgrimage to all the holy places in India. A Brahmin youth accompanied him on the pilgrimage. When they reached Ramesh-waram, the Brahmin turned to Arjuna to say, ?Do you know this is the place where Lord Ram and his monkey brigade build a bridge of arrows to connect to Sri Lanka??    more >

Health Watch

Stroke: 80 per cent cases can be prevented
By Dr. Sharda Jain

PROPHYLACTIC and therapeutic treatment and diagnostics have seen a tremendous overall evolution and upgradation, specially in stroke cases. Early treatment ensures the best chance of recovery from stroke.    more >


Art of civic governance and Sardar Patel
By Jagmohan

ONCE Sardar Patel was asked what he thought was the most satisfying task that he performed during his long years in public life. Every body expected him to say: ?Integration of 561 princely states? or ?reorganisation of civil services?. But his reply caused an utter surprise. He said that it was his work in the Ahmedabad Municipal Board that gave him the highest job satisfaction.    more >

Regional Round-up

Political impasse in Nepal
Nepalese Parliament adopts politically significant constitutionally ineffective moves

By Arabinda Ghose

THE threat by the Maoists of Nepal to virtually disrupt the elections for the Constituent Assembly which one hopes will be held during the coming spring season, unless their demand for declaration of Nepal as a Republic proved ineffective, at the end of the debate and voting in the provisional Parliament, with only a consolation prize of getting two of their motions accepted with amendments.    more >

Media Watch

Sting is Pass?
Author Name Comes here

WRITING in Hindustan Times (September 14) Rajdeep Sardesai noted that ?the sting? has become a legitimate weapon in a journalist?s armoury (and) the hidden camera and its sophisticated variants are now part of the media landscape. Sardesai pointed out that ?every sting involves an element of deception? and ... more >

The Moving Finger Writes

US tactics of pressuring India
By M.V. Kamath

THE United States is doing everything in its power to get India sign both the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) and the Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty (FMCT) and thus make it entirely subservient to Washington. It is presently using Germany?s Chancellor Angela Merkel to put pressure on India.    more >

Readers? Forum

Evangelists? propaganda blitz:
?S. KRISHNAVENI, 24, AP Textbook Colony, Secunderabad

There are hundreds of TV channels in all the languages. They are sustained by advertisements and not by pay per view tariffs. Paying heavily for airtime on scores of channels everyday Christian propagandists (evangelists and pastors) are inviting viewers to seek Jesus.    more >

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