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January 07' 2007
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January 07' 2007




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Vol. LVIII, No. 26, New Delhi, January 7, 2007

BJP?s mammoth Parivartan Rally makes a history in UP
IT was Mahakumbh in Lucknow when the BJP organised a huge Parivartan Rally at the sprawling Ambedkar Maidan. The BJP kicked off its campaign in Uttar Pradesh in the presence of former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, Opposition Leader L.K. Advani and BJP chief Rajnath Singh. Chief Ministers of BJP-ruled states and chief ministerial candidate of BJP in UP Kalyan Singh and other senior leaders of BJP in UP and other parts of the country were also present on the occasion.    more >

Mamata makes a point, ends fast on 26th day
Muzzled W. Bengal media play down Mamata fast, huge Hindu Sammelan
By Asim Kumar Mitra

TRINAMOOL Congress leader, Mamata Banerjee ended her fast at last on the 25th day at mid-night. Her protest against giving out multi crop agricultural land to Tatas to establish small car factory had triggered national concern. It was the strong support of the NDA leadership and the people of Bengal that made her fast a huge success.    more >

SHRI GURUJI CENTENARY SPECIAL
The Economic Philosophy of Shri Guruji
SHRI M.S. Golwalkar, reverentially referred to as Shri Guruji by millions of Hindus the world over, is famous for his organisational brilliance in building the RSS as the largest volunteer organisation in the world and for defining the concept of Hindu Rashtra with clarity and specificity.    more >

Editorial
Zara yaad karo qurbani

THE martyrdom of Col Gurbir Singh Sarna fighting terrorists in Kashmir touched the heart of every nationalist Indian. While the Pakistan-trained murderers continue to wield the gun at will, the Government of India goaded by Pakistan is talking withdrawal of troops and yielding space to the enemy.    more >

The BJP is sure to win UP?Rajnath Singh
THE BJP?s national council met in Lucknow from December 22 to December 24, 2006, to endorse the appointment of party president Shri Rajnath Singh.    more >

Salwa Judum: The Heroic Uprising
By Shachi Rairikar

PANDIT Jawaharlal Nehru was correct in his assessment of the Indian communists. He had once said, ?The Indian communists are certainly not patriots. They are not interested in the well-being of Indian people, whatever other cause they may be seeking to serve.    more >

State conference of ABVP in Cooch Behar
By Pran Protim Paul

A three-day state conference of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) was held from November 24 to 26 in the frontier heritage town Cooch Behar of West Bengal. About 400 delegates from all districts of the state including Sikkim attended the Conference.    more >

State-craft CPM style
Minister victim of cell rule
Kerala Newsletter By S. Chandrasekhar

WHENEVER the CPM comes to power in Kerala, it implements the ?cell rule? where the entire state machinery including police, government offices and officials come under the control of the party local committee to state committee.    more >

CPM WAR ON RSS
THE CPM butchers had on 1st December 1999 brutally attacked and chopped to pieces firebrand BJYM leader K.T. Jayakrishnan right in front of the tiny-tots, he had been teaching at 10.30 am in the Mokeri East School in Thalassery in Kannur district, a hotbed of CPM-RSS clashes.    more >

Demand for Review Petition in BJP leader's murder case
BJYM march to CM?s house
ADDRESSING the BJYM protestors in front of the Chief Minister V.S. Atchudanandan?s official residence ?Cliff House? BJP, state general secretary M.T. Ramesh called upon the LDF Government to file a review petition in the Supreme Court and reinvestigate the entire case in the light of Supreme Court strictures on the Police, for faulty and politically motivated investigations, aimed at helping the CPM murderers, involved.    more >

Turkey banned the Gita, but its PM translated it
By G.S. Hiranyappa

THIS is a shocking story of Pandit Nehru?s utter disdain for India?s heritage during his long and disastrous tenure as the country?s first Prime-Minister. Those who bleat and bray about his so-called secularism can only be fools or knaves.    more >

PM's Muslim first remark resented
Big BJP rally in Itanagar
FOC

ARUNACHAL Pradesh unit of BJP organised a massive dharna and demonstration in front of the Civil Secretariat in Itanagar to protest the recent statement of Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh who said that ?the Muslims should have first claim over country?s resources?.    more >

Land for madrasa near the IMA in controversy
By Ravindra Saini in Dehradun

UTTARANCHAL RSS Prant Pracharak Shri Shiv Prakash has severely criticised the Uttaranchal Government for granting 20-acre land for a madrasa near Indian Military Academy (IMA), the prestigious defence academy of the country.    more >

Middle class angst and talent flight
By Aditya Pradhan

A recent survey on the middle-class Indians revealed a facet that most of us are wont to disagree. Majority of Indian youth, as the sample stated unambiguously, want to settle abroad. But at the same time they add that they love this country.    more >

Shri Guruji and Kashmir accession
By Khajuria S. Kant

SIX Hindu sammelans were held at different places in Jammu to celebrate birth centenary of Shri Guruji on December 17. A large number of people, prominent citizens, intellectuals, social and religious leaders attended the sammelans ....    more >

Dharma Sanskriti Sangam in Varanasi
Unity of noble ideas will defeat satanic forces ?K.S. Sudarshan
FOC

ALL over again the universal and timeless message from the non-aggressive traditions spread out from Sarnath-Varanasi on November 25-26 for internalisation by the international community. Seventy-three monks and scholars from 17 countries of Asia, Europe and the US and 265 of them from India,    more >

Indraprastha Sahitya Bharati honoures 15 literary persons
Propagate Hindi all over the country?Dr Subramanian Swamy
FOC

FORMER Union Minister and Janata Party president Dr Subramanian Swamy has called upon the literary persons to launch a fresh movement for protecting Hindu thoughts. He said the identity of the country is Hindu and those who understand themselves as children of Ghazani and Ghauri have no place here.    more >

Huge reception by Sangh Parivar to Kanchi Acharya
Shankaracharya calls for Hindu unity
By S. Chandrasekhar

ADDRESSING the massive gathering of Hindu Aikya Vedi in Thiruvananthapuram recently, His Holiness Jagadguru Shankaracharya Jayendra Saraswathi Swamiji of Kanchi Kamakoti Pettam called upon the Hindus of Kerala, irrespective of caste or class, to unite for their strength and dignity.    more >

Nana Bhagwat passes away
FOC

VETERAN Sangh Pracharak Nana Bhagwat passed away in New Delhi on December 19. He was 83. As per his will, his dead body was donated to the medical students of Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi. Nanaji was suffering from cancer and was admitted in Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.    more >

Huge Hindu rally in Kolkata
Sarsanghachalak lends support to Singur farmers? agitation
LENDING his support and sympathy to Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee for her indefinite hunger strike in protest against forcible acquisition of multi-crop land from farmers in Singur villages, the RSS Sarsanghachalak, Shri K.S. Sudarshan said in Kolkata...    more >

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Debate

Sachar Committee Report
A document to divide
By Ram Gopal

PRIME Minister Manmohan Singh?s Sachar Committee report on the supposed Muslim backwardness has only confirmed that the UPA government at the Centre is bent upon polarising Indian people into Muslim and non-Muslim blocs.    more >

Reports

Riot in Jammu jail exposes the rot
By Prakriiti Gupta in Jammu

TERRORISTS lodged in highly secured Kot Bhalwal prison on the outskirts of Jammu carrying iron rods, bricks, stones attacked the prison security staff causing injuries to many in broad day-light on December 17.    more >

Periyar statue kicks up a row
VSK, Chennai

REPRESENTATIVES of several nationalist organisations have appealed to the Tamil Nadu Governor Shri Surjit Singh Barnala to arrange shifting of the statue of Periyar E.V. Ramasamy from the present location, opposite Srirangam Ranganatha temple, as it hurts the religious sentiments of Hindu devotees.    more >

London Post

Britain?s first state-funded Hindu school
By Prasun Sonwalkar

LONDON: A team of experts is currently working on weaving Hindu religious elements into the government-prescribed national curriculum that will be taught in Britain?s first state-funded Hindu faith school.    more >

News With a View

Corn and soya eaters
By Vaidehi Nathan

THE soya milk is the latest mantra in the weight-loss campaign. Now the soya milk is available in shelves in shops in cities and towns in India. The health columns in India advocate soya for reducing fat.    more >

Interview of the Week

?Aggressive nationalism, uplift of the poor and needy, not communal appeasement? -Kalyan Singh
Organiser correspondent Deepak Kumar Rath

The veteran BJP leader Kalyan Singh is being projected by the party as its chief ministerial candidate in the coming UP state election. Organiser correspondent Deepak Kumar Rath interviewed him to elicit his views on the party?s poll prospects and his plans to give good governance: Excerpts    more >

Bookmark

RSS in pre-Partition Sindh
Book review By Manju Gupta

Gobind Motwani: 9 Years of RSS in Sindh (1939-1947), Bharatiya Sindhu Sabha, 160 pp, Rs 40.00

AS a reminder of Sindhi contribution to the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Sindh, this book has woven together disparate incidents to depict the spirit of nationalism and patriotism of the Sindhis.    more >

Mind power therapy
Book review By Manju Gupta

Rakesh K. Mittal: Positive Mind Therapy, Sterling Paperbacks, 126 pp, Rs 150.00

WRITTEN by a bureaucrat-cum-founder of the ?Kabir Peace Mission? and one who indulges in introspection and self-enrichment when away from office, the book describes maintenance of human relationships as an art and refinement.    more >

Media Watch

Harmony and Complete Wellbeing
FIRST it was Harmony, an Ambani Production?or, at least, an Ambani?supported production, meant to ?celebrate age?. Or may one say, Old Age. An excellent idea, if ever there was one. Are there magazines anywhere else in the world, which are intended exclusively for old people?    more >

Kids' Org

Like Food, Like Mind
By M.V. Kolhatkar

SUSHEELA was a housewife with a difference. She was fond of keeping her own house extremely clean and tidy. This she used to do herself. There was no maidservant in her house to assist her.    more >

Play & Learn

India That is Bharat

Because cars are predatory tigers!
Satiricus

IS Satiricus afraid of his car when he parks it facing his home? He is not? Why? Because he does not have a car. Why? Because cars are ?predatory tigers?. At least that is what he learns from a British Feng Shui expert, who is Chairman of Britain?s Feng Shui Society?and frankly, Satiricus is afraid of tigers.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Little concern for children

A great deal of concern in recent days has been expressed for the welfare and prosperity of Muslims and never mind if much of it relates to building up a vote bank in the coming months. For most of the sixty years that India has been free, it was the Congress which was in power in Delhi and no one seemed particularly anxious to keep tabs on Muslim progress?or lack of it.    more >

Readers? Forum

Chivalrous Shivaji (Organiser, 17-12-2006);
?Y.S. BHASKAR, C-7/67, Sector 15, Rohini Delhi

It was a marvellous story by M.V. Kolhatkar not only for kids but also for others who fortunately happen to read it. A Hindu woman chieftain in charge of a fort and some territory under the command of Bijapur Sultan was arrested by the soldiers of Shivaji in a battle against the said Sultan.    more >




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