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July 27, 2008

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Vol. LX, No. 3, New Delhi, July 27, 2008

First trust vote, then deal, NDA tells UPA

ALL further action in respect of N-deal be suspended until the government proves its majority on the floor of the House Draft safeguards agreement must be withdrawn from the IAEA if government loses trust vote.    more >

Special Interview
Mufti's link with separatists are well known ? Lt. Gen. (Retd.) S.K. Sinha Former Governor J&K
Interview with Lt. Gen. (Retd.) S.K. Sinha by Deepak Kumar Rath

Do you see any role of Congress high command and central government behind all of this?
My successor, who is a nominee of Congress high command in Delhi, joined with a directive from Delhi. The order for allocation of land was revoked. But at least they should have put some sugar-coating on that order.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
India paying for American sins
By M.V. Kamath

DOES anybody know?or care?what is happening in Afghanistan? Or, for that matter, even in Pakistan? The media is very poorly informed.    more >

A gathering storm for Sonia Gandhi

THE Congress is willing to do anything to save its government. It is understandable following the mess it is in after the Left withdrew support. But is it as fervent to do something to save the economy?    more >

The rupee-rouble scam--Part-I
UPA has much to explain

RECENT disclosures have, for the first time, brought out the full extent of the rupee-rouble scam which dominated the economic regime shift during the early nineties, at the start of the liberalisation process presided over by the then Finance Minister Manmohan Singh.    more >

Home Minister is wrong on Naxalites
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

AS if his mishandling of internal security were not enough, Home Minister Shivraj Patil wants to mess up with economic policy as well.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Amarnath land cancellation Jammu continues to simmer on Hindu anger
From Khajuria S. Kant in Jammu

NORMAL life remained crippled in all the districts of Jammu region due to the bandh call given by the Shri Amarnath Sangharsh Samiti on July 16 demanding the cancellation of revokation of land transfer order and recall of Governor N.N. Vohra.    more >

Threat on India's northern border
By Bharat Verma

NEW Delhi?s portrayal of the humiliating defeat at the hands of Chinese in 1962 as ?betrayal? and ?surprise? is untrue. The pacifist Indian leadership that was crying hoarse from rooftops for friendship at any cost remained blind to Communist China?s repeated claims on Tibet and large part of Indian territories.    more >

Rajasthan takes another initiative in women empowerment
From Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

WHEN it comes to women empowerment Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and her BJP government in Rajasthan are simply unbeatable.    more >

Congress and JD(S) MLAs quitting assembly to join BJP in Karnataka
From R. Guru Prasad in Bengaluru

THE political polarisation in Karnataka is causing sleepless nights to the leaders of Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) as their elected assembly members are resigning from assembly membership and joining the BJP.    more >

Tax amendments for individual taxpayers
By Subhash Lakhotia

PERHAPS for the first time in the history of India a very big tax exemption hike has been witnessed by the individual income taxpayers as per the new amendments introduced by the Finance Bill 2008.    more >

Panun Kashmir Movement
Kashmir Sankalp Yatra in New York

By Ashu Bhat

KASHMIR Sankalp Yatra, which commenced from New Delhi on June 30, reached USA in first week of July.    more >

Ram Katha in Ashok Vatika of Sri Lanka

AT the time when elected governments in India are discouraging Hindus to visit their holy places, the Sri Lankan Government has taken a step to encourage the Hindus from India to visit their pilgrimage places in Sri Lanka.    more >

Kashmiri Pundits denounce Saifuddin Soz

SCORES of Kashmiri Pundits stormed the residence of Union Minister of Water Resources Saifuddin Soz in New Delhi on July 6. They were registering their protest against the cancellation of forestland to Shri Amarnath Shrine Board by the Jammu & Kashmir Government.    more >

UPA government?s fate hangs in balance
By Shyam Khosla

INDIAN politics is in turmoil following Left parties withdrawal of support to the UPA Government on the Indo-US civil nuclear deal. Reckless realignment of political forces is taking place at a rapid speed.    more >

Need for an enlightened and elastic Hindu Vote Bank
By Ram Chandra

WHEN I googled to find a definition for ?vote bank?, I stumbled upon the Wikipedia link. Being the largest democracy in the world, India has contributed immensely to the electoral lexicon.    more >

Morality and scientific temper
By Mithun Dey

IF we are adamant on believing what will be, will be then one thing that we won?t be is progressive.    more >

A Marxist leader evaluates his ideology?IV
Marxian distortion of economics

By Jayapradeep Viswanath

NEW economic theories are perilous to the existence of Homo sapiens and not nature friendly.    more >

Reckless forest destruction threatens tribal settlements
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury in Silchar

SILCHAR: The UPA government?s Scheduled Tribe and other Traditional Forest Dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act has left tribals dejected.    more >

Cover Page

Think it Over

Did Jesus accept the Jewish god?
By M.S.N. Menon

NO, but this has remained a well-kept secret to this day! Jesus, an advocate of ahimsa, could never have accepted the violence and cruelty of Yahweh, the god of the Jews. He ridiculed the idea of punishing god.    more >

Kids? Org

Presence of mind
By Manju Gupta

KING Krishnadeva Raya had become tired of receiving repeated complaints from his people that the kingdom was plagued by the rat menace. So he decided to distribute a large number of cats to the people. He also distributed cows to the people to feed milk to the cats.    more >

Trivial inventions too matter?A snapshot
Once a doohickey, do they still remain a knick-knack appurtenance?

Compiled by Ratnadeep Banerji

Play & Learn
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Health Watch

Tips to prevent rainy season illness
Rain water rains diseases too

By Dr Vandana Sood

THE rains are here early this year. Though it is a relief to be spared from the sweltering heat of summer, but excessive rains too bring with them their own share of problems. Here are some tips to avoid commonly occurring problems during the rains.    more >


Ranting of sanity from an incognito Indian
By Ratnadeep Banerji
Autobiography of an Unknown Indian Part-II, Nirad C. Chaudhury, Jaico Publishing House, pp 979, Rs. 450.00

Book Reviews By Manju Gupta

A scholarly work on 1857
Rupa & Co., 7/16 Ansari Road, Daryaganj, New Delhi-110 002.

A success mantra
High on Life, Siddharth Banerjee, wisdom tree, pp 96, Rs. 95.00

An expert analysis on terrorism
By Manju Gupta
Terrorism in India, Subramanian Swamy, Har-Anand Publications Pvt Ltd, pp 143, Rs 295.00

Political violence and police: A first-hand reportage
Political Violence and the Police in India, K.S. Subramanian, Sage Publications, pp 257, Rs. 350.00

Religious intolerance and future of human race
Save Humanity, Maanoj Rakhit, author himself, pp 160, price not given


Menace of Bangladeshi infiltrators?II
Socio-economic impact of influx

By R.K. Ohri, IPS (Retd.)

DURING last three decades there has been a quantum jump in economic distress caused by growing unemployment all over the northeast, especially in Assam. As mentioned by the Chief Minister of Assam in August 2004, there were more than two million unemployed youth in Assam alone, an abnormally high figure by national standards.    more >

Media Watch

The blog menace

THE Hindu (July 5) published an edit page article written by M.K. Bhadrakumar a former Ambassador belonging to the Indian Foreign Service on what is happening in Afghanistan, that comes as a shock. He quoted a report in The Times (London) that said that NATO forces were using what is called a thermobaric weapon or Hellfire AGM-114 N. against Afghans believed to belong to the Taliban, which apparently has roused Afghan sentiments against the West, particularly the US.    more >


SEZ Act: It violates India?s sovereign concept
By Himanshu Shekhar Jha

THE continued protest against the establishment of Special Economic Zones (SEZs) by the peasants and political parties in various parts in India shows that there is something fishy about it. The unnatural hurry with which the Bill was tabled in Parliament and passed by both the Houses within two days only without any meaningful deliberation speaks volumes.    more >

Feed back

Secularism Debate
Origin and meaning of secularism

By K.K. Gupta, IFS (Retd.), Former Secretary, NCST, GoI

IT is a well documented fact that the word secularism has been coined by a British writer, namely, George Holyoake (1817-1906). The British writer first used this term in 1846 to promote a social order separate from religion, ...    more >

Readers? Forum

Torch-bearer for nationalist cause:
?SOMSHEKAR R.N., Bangalore

Most of the articles in your weekly Organiser are of a great importance to humanity and India as such. But, if the weekly has no reach and is being circulated only to limited number of people, then the whole process of bringing awareness among the people of this country will be put to naught.    more >

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