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July 08, 2007
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July 08, 2007




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Vol. LVIII, No. 52, New Delhi, July 08, 2007

Hindus in W. Bengal suffer
14-year-old Hindu child burnt alive

From Krisanu Ghosh Dastidar

THE constant aggression of Islamic terror continues to haunt the Hindus of West Bengal. The severe atrocities on the Hindus by Islamic fanatics in the Muslim-populated villages of West Bengal are forcing thousands of Hindus to leave their ancestral lands and villages and migrate away silently. The Muslim-dominated villages of 24 Parganas (S), 24 Parganas (N), Malda, Nadia and Murshidabad, have become hot breeding grounds of terrorists and everyday there are more and more incidents of unbound terror and atrocities on the Hindus while the Left Front government remains a silent spectator with its severe pro-Islamic, anti-Hindu stand.    more >

Stop Sethusamudram, abandon unscientific alignment: BJP
- BJP National Executive

THE BJP National Executive, at its two-day meeting, took up the Sethusamudram issue on a priority basis immediately after party president Shri Rajnath Singh delivered his address. Shri Kalyan Raman, an expert, gave a presentation on this issue.    more >

Essay
Challenges of the early 21st century for India
By Dr. Gautam Sen

A number of critical problems bedevil contemporary India. Together they threaten the very foundations of what remains of a united country, which in fact began its journey in a truncated form at independence.    more >

Editorial
This regime is about bailing out swindlers

THE stunning display of political brazenness by the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati justifying the growth of her assets by 30 times in three years is an interesting postscript on the cavalier attitude of the Manmohan Singh...    more >

CPM war on Kerala Hindus
Ploy to take over and loot temples


IT has been bad times for Kerala temples ever since the CPM came into power. The Party and its foul-mouthed and arrogant Dewasom (temple administration) Minister G. Sudhakaran have a one-point agenda of taking full control of temples and looting their vast properties and finances. The first target was Sabarimala.    more >

SPECIAL ON 150 YEARS OF 1857
Did Moscow play fraud on Marx??V
Intellectual servility of Indian Marxists

By Devendra Swarup

ANY patriotic Indian would be shocked to read such a narrow Eurocentric, derogatory and insulting evaluation of his country and civilisation, but not the Indian leftists. Instead of probing the sources of Marx?s knowledge about India and questioning his sweeping pronouncements, they started lauding them as ?historic?, ?prophetic?, ?original? and ?insightful?.    more >

New Analysis

The race for Raisina Hills
Again a dubious Congress first

By Sandhya Jain

Political sagacity Vs dynastic loyalty
By Shyam Khosla

Shishu Mandir students shine in HSC examination
FOC

Regional Round-up

Vijay Prapatra, Hindi translation of Zafarnamaha and Hikayatnamaha, released.
This book tells how to fight evil?Dr M.M. Joshi

FOC

?No fake encounter means people get only fake protection!?
By Cho. S. Ramaswamy

Bookmark

Not satyagraha but his spiritual strength bowed the British
M.V. Kamath, Gandhi: A Spiritual Journey, Indus Source Books, 199 pp, Rs: 195.00 - Book Review by U. Mahesh Prabhu

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta
Punjabi short stories from British Asians
Rana Nayar (translator into English): From Across the Shores, Sterling Publishers Pvt Ltd, 193 pp, price not stated

A moving humane saga
Amita Malhotra, Silent Echoes?A True Story, New Dawn Press, 183 pp, Rs 200.00

A modern guide to India and Hindutva
Subhash C. Kashyap & Abhaya Kashyap (eds.): Understanding India: Relevance of Hinduism, Vitasta Publishing Pvt Ltd, 536 pp, price not given

100 days of BJP government in Uttarakhand
?My dream is to make Uttarakhand a corruption free state??B.C. Khanduri

By Ravindra Saini in Dehradun

THOUGH the period of initial 100 days is very short to evaluate the performance of a government, the concrete initiatives taken by the BJP government led by Chief Minister Maj. Gen. (retd.) B.C. Khanduri, have developed a hope in the eyes of the people of Uttarakhand.    more >

Three convicted in Chennai Sangh Karyalaya blast case
VSK, Chennai

CHENNAI: A special court here on Thursday sentenced three Islamic fundamentalists to life imprisonment for their role in the 1993 bombing of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) office here in which 11 people were killed.    more >

CPM spreads red carpet to terrorists

IF there is anybody having a royal time in Kerala, it is the terrorists and anti-nationals. Time and again, the extremists have declared that they will make Kerala, Kashmir, but recent events show that Kerala is overtaking Kashmir in extremism, terrorism and anti-national activities, thanks to the pro-Islamic CPM rule in Kerala.    more >

For 60 years Hindu refugees from Pakistan wait for Indian citizenship
By Prakriiti Gupta in Jammu

HINDU refugees from Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir (PoK) and West Pakistan settled in Jammu and Kashmir have been treated as children of lesser god for the past 60 years.    more >

Environment protection campaign by Kalyan Ashram
FOC

DADRA Nagar Haveli unit of Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram has started a campaign for environment protection. Under the campaign, the Kalyan Ashram got a special poster printed and displayed more than 1200 posters in over 40 villages to make the villagers aware of the environment protection.    more >

Massive agitation against sex education soon?Dina Nath Batra
FOC

SHRI Dina Nath Batra, national convener of Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti, has warned of a countrywide agitation against sex education and distortion in history textbooks by the UPA government. Shri Batra was speaking at a function held in Kolkata on June 9.    more >

Countrywide agitation against contract labour and SEZ?Udairao Patwardhan
FOC

BHARATIYA Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) national general secretary Shri Udairao Patwardhan has called upon the retail traders, small shopkeepers, farmers and agriculture labourers to get united against the entry of big business icons in retail trade and growing contract labour system in factories.    more >

Terrorists threaten Hindu marriages in J&K
From Prakriiti Gupta in Jammu

TERRORISTS in Jammu and Kashmir have issued fresh diktat against Hindus. They are forcing Hindus to print the wordings Allah ki Meharbani on wedding cards if they want a peaceful wedding in the family.    more >

Death and funeral of Amrita Bazar Patrika
By Asim Kumar Mitra

THE history of Amrita Bazar Patrika and Jugantar is a thrilling study and once you go through it, a feeling of resurgent patriotism would grip you. During the freedom movement in India, newspapers played a great and significant role in arousing the sentiments about motherland, which was under British rule and in motivating people against their misrule.    more >

COVER PAGE

Vijay Prapatra, Hindi translation of Zafarnamaha and Hikayatnamaha, released.
This book tells how to fight evil?Dr M.M. Joshi

FOC

VIJAY Prapatra, Hindi translation of Zafarnamaha (the letter of victory written by tenth Sikh Guru Shri Guru Gobind Singh to Aurangzeb 300 years back) and Hikayatnamaha (the compilation of 11 stories) was released in New Delhi on June 24 by former Union Minister and senior BJP leader Dr Murli Manohar Joshi.    more >

Kerala Newsletter

Anti-Hindu CPM honours Hussain with Raja Ravi Varma award
By S. Chandrasekhar

WHILE on the one hand CPM ministers like A.K. Balan and K. Sudhakaran are openly attacking and humiliating Hindu gods and goddesses and taking control of temples, on the other hand, they wooing Muslim vote banks by pampering terrorists and Hindu humiliators.    more >

Insight

About the Arabisation of Indian consciousness
By Alexander Zinoveiv

HINDUS who have adopted Islam are really strange people. Although, according to all laws of classical sociology and ethnology as well as common sense they should remain an integral part of the Indian people and nation, in fact, just the opposite occurs.    more >

NEIGHBOUR WATCH

Banker turned interim PM has a reform agenda
Islamic Bangladesh reshapes democracy

From Prasenjit Chakraborty in Agartala

IMMEDIATELY after assuming power as the chief advisor to the caretaker government, Dr Fakaruddin Ahmed declared state of emergency, imposed ban on all political activities and cancelled the election scheduled to have been held on January 22.    more >

Kids? Org

The nod from the God
By M.V. Kolhatkar

KUTCH is a district of Gujarat. Most part of it is deserted. This desert area is known as the Rann of Kutch. In the Rann of Kutch there is a range of hills called Karo Dungar.    more >

Neighbour Watch

Inside Bangladesh: Hindus continue to lose land and property
By Jyoti Lal Choudhury

SILCHAR: Pseudo-secularists of India who lose sleeps and cry hoarse over a whiff of injustice to minorities prefer to remain quite deliberately not even to think or talk of the worst plight of Hindus in Bangladesh.    more >

India?s Scientific Heritage-XIV

Metals described in the Vimana Shastra
By Suresh Soni

THE second question that arises is whether there is any part of aeronautics, which could be proved initially through experimentation.    more >

Think It Over

Should we accept the tribal gods of others?
By M.S.N. Menon

HOW can we? They reflect the values and experience of their creators. We have our tribal gods. They reflect our values and experience.    more >

Media Watch

The ideal and good about media
By Narad

THE media is frequently attacked for its shortcomings and goodness knows often with sound reason.    more >

Opinion

India has so much to offer to the world
Indian rishis gave the technology to explore the inner space

By Atul Sathe

INDIA?S Vedic culture has a lot to offer to the West. Rudyard Kipling had said: ?East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet.?    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

A lesson from 1857
By M.V. Kamath

THE sparse and meagre manner in which the UPA Government has treated the 150th anniversary of 1857 shows a surprising indifference to history and the lessons we have to learn from it. And what can be said of the UPA government can also be said about all other political parties.    more >

Agenda

Dialogue of civilisations in the global context
By Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi

THE clash of civilisations and cultures has increasingly been recognised as a central issue of the contemporary world. This clash has for its settings the irreversible globalisation of the world. The world has grown global; and even though global consciousness has not seized humanity, the ideal of human unity has begun to...    more >

Readers? Forum

Pratibha as Sonia?s choice (Organiser, 24-6-2007);
?M.S. RAMAKRISHNA,

Jayanti Natarajan takes the lofty stand that any political party with minimum commitment to women?s cause must support Pratibha Patil?s candidature. Well, after Independence, we have had elected 12 Presidents of Indian Republic. Not once did it occur to the Congress to have a woman for the top post.    more >




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