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Vol. LXII, No. 25, New Delhi, DECEMBER 26, 2010

Massive Dharma Sabha in many parts of the country for Sri Ram Temple
Division of Ramjanmabhoomi not possible: RSS Chief

From Virag Pachpore in Nagpur, R Guru Prasad in Bengaluru and VSK, Kolkata

THE verdict of Allahabad High Court in the title suit case of Ramjanmabhoomi suggesting trifurcation of land at Ayodhya would further complicate the problem instead of ushering an era of peace in the country, observed the Sarsanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Shri Mohanrao Bhagwat at Nagpur on December 12 while making a very strong and emotional appeal for construction of a grand Ram Temple at Ayodhya.    more >

Hanumat Shakti Jagaran in Kolkata
Author Name Comes here

A programme by Hanumat Shakti Jagaran Samiti was organised at famous Dakshineshwar Kali Mandir complex in Kolkata by Hanumat Shakti Jagran Samiti to mobilise public support for the construction of Sri Ram Mandir in Ayodhya. This programme was part of the countrywide campaign beginning about four months back.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
Indo-Russian relations: A re-appraisal
By MV Kamath

WHAT is happening to Indo-Russian relations? Are they slipping? And would that be good for India? During the Cold War, the then Soviet Union stood solidly by India on the Kashmir issue. During those tense months when East Bengal was fighting for freedom, the USSR again was a reliable supporter of India much against US pressure.    more >

Editorial
Worry About Indian Economy
Flight of Indian Capital is a matter of serious concern


INDIA today is witnessing a massive flight of capital. Indian corporates are finding it more attractive to invest abroad and make maximum profit than investing in the country and be part of the great India growth story.    more >

With diffidence you cannot make history

SIXTH of December is always a special day for me, and, I suppose, for millions of Hindus across the world. It is a day of joyous celebrations, on par with Diwali, which is also a day of triumph and celebration.    more >

On Records
UPA is protecting culprits of gigantic loot of tax payer’s money: Advani
NDA chargesheet. To launch nationwide campaign from December 22


HAVING scuttled the Winter Session of the Parliament through sheer obstinacy, the Congress Party has mounted a campaign to mislead people into thinking that the Opposition was responsible for the entire session ending in a fiasco.    more >

Sangh Samachar

A Birthday Greeting
Atal Behari Vajpayee completes 86 years on December 25, 2010

By V Shanmuganathan

ALL over India people want to know about the health of Atalji. Workers are very much concerned about him. There is a great desire to see him. Recently some people came to Delhi from south India to see him. They wanted to have a glimpse of their beloved leader.    more >

Birth Anniversary on December 25
Madan Mohan Malaviya—Founder of Banaras Hindu University

By Girish Chandra Mishra

BANARAS Hindu University (BHU) is a cosmopolitan university and is ranked among the most prominent and prestigious universities not only of India but of the whole world. So it is apt to say that the BHU is the auto-biography of Malaviyaji, the founder of the university.    more >

First ever national convention of fishermen
BJP Visakhapatnam charter for fishermen

From SV Sheshagiri Rao from Visakhapatnam

AS a follow up to the new line adopted by the Bharatiya Janata Party after Shri Nitin Gadkari took over as national president, to penetrate into the deprived sections of the society, a National Convention of fishermen of East Coast was held in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, on December 7 and 8, 2010.    more >

Hindu Temples
The loot and scoot syndrome

By Radha Rajan

SANKARALAYAM, the Chennai abode of Pujya Acharyas of Kanchi Kamakoti Matham, hosted an emergency dharma sadas comprising over twenty mathadhipatis, acharyas and sanyasis from Andhra Pradesh on November 29, 2010.    more >

A Tribute
Rajiv Dixit , a close lieutenant of Swami Ramdevji is no more

FOC

FOUNDER of Azadi Bachao Andolan and Yoga Guru Swami Ramdev-led Bharat Swabhiman Andolan’s national secretary Rajiv Dixit died at Apollo Hospital in Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, on November 30 following a cardiac arrest.    more >

News in Brief
SIT’s clean chit to Narendra Modi

www.yahooineditors.com

GUJARAT chief minister Narendra Modi did not encourage rioters to run amok after the Godhra attack, an investigative team appointed by the Supreme Court has said.    more >

Hindus laud British Museum for extensive Hindu collection
www.dailyindia.com

UNTIL a few years ago, the Hindus in UK were protesting that the colonial loot is being misclassified as “museum collection”, when in fact it ought to be returned to the places from where it was looted.    more >

Naipaul pulls out of event
Courtesy TOI

VS NAIPAUL has pulled out of an international writers' conference in Istanbul over objections to his previous criticism of Islam. The awardwinning writer had been expected to attend the European Writers’ Parliament as a guest of honour.    more >

Ignore Digvijay
He is trying to divert attention from corruption

By Shyam Khosla

NO one should take Congress general secretary, Digvijay Singh’s hugely controversial and embarrassing conspiracy theories as off the cuff remarks of a frustrated politician. His proximity to Sonia Gandhi and the Congress party’s flip flop on his disgusting outbursts are good enough reasons to take this congenital liar seriously.    more >

COVER PAGE

Think It Over

Man in the life of different faiths
By MSN Menon

MAN is the highest of creations. So goes the saying. But how does he appear in the eyes of different faiths? Men are children of God in the eyes of the Christians. They are slaves of God in the eyes of Muslims. And Hindus? “I am God” (Aham Brahmasmi) says Advaita.    more >

Kids’ Org

Sir Jagdis Chandra Bose
First scientist to prove plants and metals too have feelings

By VN Gopalakrishnan

DR. Bose was a close friend of Rabindranath Tagore and received much emotional support from him at difficult times. Before seriously taking up scientific investigation, Dr. Bose spent many of his vacations visiting and photographing historic places of scenic beauty, armed with a full-sized camera.    more >

Bookmark

A passage to America
By Manju Gupta
Looking for America, Avirook Sen, HarperCollins Publishers, Pp 281(PB), Rs 299.00


Money is all that matters
Financial Services in India: Concept and Application, Rajesh Kothari, Sage Publications, Pp 332 (PB), Rs 450.00

Exposing the spiv in cities
City of Thieves, Cyrus Moore, Hachette India, Pp 439 (PB), Rs 299.00

Ghosts too has anatomy!
The Anatomy of Ghosts, Andrew Taylor, Penguin Books Ltd, Pp 471 (HB), Price £18.99

Fast paced Intriguing plot
Caught, Harlan Coben, Hachette India, Pp 388 (PB), Rs 595.00

A murder in emotional matrix
This Body of Death, Elizabeth George, Hachette India, Pp 596 (PB), Rs 595.00

Dead animals speak a novel
Beatrice and Virgil, Yann Martel, Penguin, Pp 190 (HB), Rs 450.00

A history of England through the tales from a village
By Dr R Balashankar
The Story of England, Michael Wood, Viking, Penguin Books Ltd, Pp 440 (HB), £20.00/-


Greene had many shades
Shades of Greene, One Generation of an English Family, Jeremy Lewis, Jonathan Cape, Random House, Pp 580 (HB), £25.00/-

An outlook on marriage
Committed, Elizabeth Gilbert, Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, Pp 285 (PB), Rs 499.00

Siachen, neighbour’s envy
‘The Long Road to Siachen, the Question Why’, Kunal Verma and Rajiv Williams, Rupa & Co, Pp 432 ( PB), Rs 1,500.00

A feeling for Art
‘Encounter, Milan Kundera, Faber and Faber Ltd, Pp 178 (PB), £12.99/-

Togadia Speak

Misplaced Priorities
Dr Pravin Togadia

All these mean nothing to most of the politicos and a few ever-chattering TV channels in Bharat these days. Some of the situations mentioned above are the causes and some are effects. Alarmingly increased crime by younger children and youth is not always a fashion that springs out of a few pervert net-sites; it is an inevitable effect of some of the above put together.    more >

Media Watch

Radia tapes throw light on 2G spectrum scam

THE 2G spectrum scam and the subsequent Radia Tapes that exposed a few journalists has understandably created a good deal of anger and dismay in media circles. No specific charge of receiving cash for services rendered has been made against the journalists concerned who, in any event, must be well-paid.    more >

Report

Karnataka Police registers case
Scribe’s Madhani link

By S Chandrasekhar

ABDUL Nazeer Madhani was arrested by the Karnataka Police a few months back from Anwarssery, Kollam for role in serial bomb blasts in Bengaluru in 2008. The CPM tried to the maximum to delay the arrest and ensured enormous media coverage for Madhani.    more >

Feedback

Publish all the Radia Tapes in national interest
By Sabyasachi Mishra

THE debate about Privacy vs. Right to knowledge (Information) is being fought in the Honourable Supreme Court of India. This entire debate is the result of the "leaks" of the Radia tapes. It is important to note that nobody has said or challenged the legality of the tapings of conversations between Ms Niira Radia and her various contacts (as it was properly authorised by competent authority).    more >

Readers’ Forum

NDA can succeed:
—ISHAN, 8/3, Hutchins Road, IV Cross, Bengaluru

In view of the BJP government putting up a good show in all its states and with the JD(U)-BJP alliance winning the Bihar elections, it is beyond doubt that the political wave in the country is pro BJP right now.    more >




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