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August 06, 2006
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August 06, 2006




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Vol. LVII, No. 56, New Delhi, August 06, 2006

Debate in Parliament exposes UPA ineptitude
Chidambaram clueless on price rise
By Geeta

THE Reserve Bank of India comes out with a quarterly review of its monetary policy and revises the reverse-repo and repo rates six per cent and seven per cent respectively. Experts tell us that Governor Y.V. Reddy has taken such a step for containing inflation between five and 5.5 per cent. Finance Minister P. Chidambaram agrees in nod and says what RBI has done is right for keeping the price rise in check. Great job done by both the RBI and the Finance Ministry?inflation will remain at the sub-six per cent level this year! Great news for the middle class!    more >

Illicit spirit seized from CPM leader?s house
CPM, spirit mafia nexus
By S. Chandrasekhar

IN a continuing exposure of the CPM?s links with the illicit liquor trade in the state, 10,500 litres of spirit valued at over one crore of rupees was seized by an excise team from the residence of Sreekumari, wife of Bhaskaran, Alapuzha CPM district committee member and president of Pathiyoor Panchayat.    more >

Realpolitik
Jehad in the classroom
By Balbir K. Punj

WHEN Home Minister Shivraj Patil certified (sic.) that Madrasas are centres of social service rather than terrorist indoctrination there was a news from our western neighbour that ?Jehad to remain in school books of Pakistan? (The Indian Express, July 26). more >

Editorial
Salwa Judum
Let?s not fail it

By R. Balashankar

CALL it CPM pressure, cynical political opportunism or a total abdication of its primary duty, the UPA is talking with a forked tongue on the raging Maoist menace in the country. Not that the centre is unaware of the gravity of the situation. more >

Terror attacks and intelligence agencies
By Joginder Singh

WASHINGTON DC-based Federation of American Scientists (FAS) is a privately funded non-profit policy organisation whose board of sponsors includes half of America?s living Nobel laureates, says in its report Pakistan?s Inter-Services Intelligence as having become ?a state within a state,? answerable neither to the leadership of the Army, nor to the President or the Prime Minister.    more >

Terror mastermind is ?secular? icon
By Shyam Khosla

THE Islamist People?s Democratic Party?s Supremo?Abdul Nasser Mahdani?has emerged as the ?secularists? icon in Tamil Nadu and Kerala. And who is Mahdani? He is the notorious terrorist that preached fanaticism of the worst kind and is charged with masterminding 1998 Coimbatore serial blasts that targeted Lal Krishan Advani and claimed 58 lives and maimed around 100 innocent citizens.    more >

At Random
?By Rambler

NANDIVISHAL?III
Cartoon Story

Sangh Samachar

BJP wins Delhi by-election
A setback for Congress, renewed hope for BJP
FOC

IN a major setback to the ruling Congress party in national capital Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the Subhash Nagar municipal by-election on July 25. BJP candidate Smt Meira Kanwaria defeated the Congress candidate Seema Luthra by a convincing margin of 5,175 votes. Polling for the seat was held on July 23.    more >

Ramakrishna Mission Hospital in Itanagar
A chance to Serve
FOC

Arunachal Pradesh branch of Ramakrishna Mission Hospital, Belur Math, which has been providing quality medical services to the poor Vanvasi people of Arunachal Pradesh living in the remote and most sensitive north-eastern corner of the country, requires service-oriented qualified doctors.    more >

Cong leader defends SIMI in SC
By Narendra Kaushik

Though the Congress-led UPA government at the Centre put a ban on Students? Islamic Movement of India (SIMI) in February this year, it has not stopped one of the party?s senior leaders from vigorously opposing the ban in the Supreme Court.    more >

The plight in refugee camps
By R.C. Ganjoo

IT is indeed ironic that the tragedy of the miniscule population of this country the Kashmiri Pundits is remembered by the high and mighty of this country only when it suits them. Reams have been written and millions of words said about the on-going Indo-Pak CBMs (Confidence Building Measures).    more >

Face the brute, fight terror together
By Bulbul Roy Mishra

IT is well known that Indian civilization survived ravages of foreign aggressions and occupations from ancient time till recent past owing to its extraordinary resilience. And this, according to eminent historians like Sir Arnold Toynbee, originated from its rich tradition of acceptance and innate superiority.    more >

Janjati Faith & Cultural Protection Forum memorandum to the President
Reject outright the demand of greater Nagaland
FOC

JANJATI Faith and Cultural Protection Forum (JFCPF), a body of various janjati communities of north-eastern states, has demanded the President Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh and Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil to outrightly reject the secessionist demand of greater Nagaland by underground Naga leaders.    more >

The centre should address to SSI problems
By Dr S.S. Aggarwal

THE Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Development Act 2006 was passed recently by Parliament and has received the assent of our President. The Act has been gazetted also and is now applicable to all the micro, small and medium enterprises of our country.    more >

A second look on quotas
By Subodh Kumar

WHILE applying for admission to a place in a learning institution, it is normal that among other things details of parentage have also to be furnished. This has been a tradition in India since the earliest times, as recorded in the Chandogya Upanishad when Satyakam asks his mother Jabla the name of his father, as he wanted to seek admission in a gurukul.    more >

Disband Sachar Committee
It?s only dividing the people
By Sandhya Jain

IT would be in the fitness of things for Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to disband the Sachar Committee on Minorities without further delay. This is an urgent imperative because Justice Sachar, whatever his mandate may be, has been raising hackles with his reckless attempts to divide every security agency and national institution on communal lines, with his determination to have a communal headcount everywhere.    more >

Shri Guruji Samagra Kannada edition released
?As one Mahatma to the nation, one Guruji?
From Arun Kumar in Bangalore

"AS Gandhiji is one to be called Mahatma for the whole country, Shri Guruji Golwalkar is recognised as Shri Guruji by the entire nation?, said Kannada Translation Academy chairman Dr Pradhan Gurudatt. He was speaking as the Chairman of Shri Guruji Samagra release programme held in Bangalore on July 11, 2006.    more >

COVER PAGE

Statescan

A joint effort by RSS-VHP-Balagokulam
Kerala observing Ramayana month
By S. Chandrasekhar

AS per Malayalam calendar, mid July to mid August is the month of Karkidakom. With rains arriving in Kerala by June, Karkidakom month is a lean month.    more >

Modi writes to PM on denigrating Gujarat in NCERT textbooks
FOC

GUJARAT Chief Minister Shri Narendra Modi has written to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh against the malafide intensions on the part of National Council for Education Research and Training (NCERT) to create prejudice in the minds of the children about the Government of Gujarat and the people of Gujarat. more >

Terror net work from Thane to Tripura
By Jyoti Lal Chowdhury

SILCHAR: Ever widening terrorist network across the country with gaping holes in the national security cover has once again been exposed with the arrest of 11 Maharashtrian youths based at Thane from the remote border village of Malai in Tripura, close to the hotbed of fundamentalist forces of Sylhet in Bangladesh.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Keep Sri Lanka?s unity intact
By M.V. Kamath

AS Sri Lanka is being compelled to grapple with yet another ethnic conflict forced on it by the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) with the brutal assassination of Sri Lanka?s deputy Army chief Lt Gen. Parami Kulatunge on June 26, one begins to wonder whether there is any future for this unhappy island.    more >

Media Watch

The day of entertainment journalism

IS the reader?let alone the ?average? reader?happy with what goes in the English media today? The answer is apparently not, especially if one reads former Chief Vigilance Commissioner N. Vittal?s article in a recent issue of Bhavan?s Journal (June 30).    more >

Kids? Org

This is the Ramayana month-II
Great temples of Rama
LORD Rama was born in Ayodhya. It is a holy city and is an important pilgrimage site. It is said to have once had the perimeter of 96 miles and was the capital of Kosala. It is on the banks of the Gogra (Sarayu) River, bathing in which is supposed to destroy all sins.    more >

Bookmark

1857 revolt and rise of Muslim separatism
By M.V. Kamath

The Aligarh Movement and the Making of the Indian Muslim Mind: Tariq Hasan, Rupa & Co, Delhi; pp 292; Rs 500.00

READING this powerful and highly emotive book is enough to make any Indian nationalist to weep. Consider this: After ruling India?or at least a large part of north India?for almost nine centuries, the Muslim elite suddenly finds itself without power or glory. Frustration leads to bitterness.    more >

Heart of the matter
By Manju Gupta

Dr T.H. Chowdary : In True Conscience, Centre for Telecom Management & Studies, pp 314, Rs 150.00

THE author, along with his wife and associates Smt. A. Sujatha and Smt P. Parijata used to cogitate together and write letters to different editors for publication in newspapers.    more >

Feedback

Jehadi terrorism?Pak-Bangla nexus
By Ram Gopal

TUESDAY, July 11, 2006, we had yet another incidence of seven meticulously planned high-powered serial bomb blasts, within less than half an hour, in Mumbai?s different local trains of the Western railways.    more >

A Report

Playing foul with our national songs
By Subhas Kumar Moitra

THE era of ?remix music? seems to have touched the sphere of our national anthem Jana-Gana-Mana also. Changing the tune of country?s national anthem Jana-Gana-Mana deeply entrenched in the psyche of India, over generations may not be easily digestible.    more >

Agenda

Will India achieve its Global Power Potential by 2020?
By Subramanian Swamy

A nation qualifies for global power status if it has the following six attributes:
[1] A large geographical area, population, and strong institutions.    more >

India That is Bharat

Shariat positive Sensex

WATER, water, everywhere, not a drop to drink, said some poet. Well, Muslims, Muslims, everywhere, not a drop of secularism, says Satiricus. Or is that just vapid versifying on this pen-pusher?s part? On second (and saner) thoughts, it does seem this Hindu ignoramus has missed the whole point about secularism?which is that Muslim and secular are interchangeable terms, as they mean exactly the same thing.
more >

Health Watch

Indian women unaware of cervical cancer risks
By Dr Sharda Jain

GOOD advice is welcome at any time, specially when it comes to getting screened for cancer. Because the earlier it is detected, the more successfully it can be arrested. For example, stage 1 breast cancer and cervical cancer among women has a survival rate of more than 90 per cent while in stage 3 it is about 50 per cent.    more >

Readers? Forum

Marxists lose sleep weeping for terrorist Madani (Organiser, 2-7-2006);
The report is quite shocking and outrageous. To add salt to the injury, it is reported in a section of the media that the key accused in the Coimbatore bomb blasts, which targeted Shri L.K. Advani and killed 58 people...
more >




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