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April 11, 2010

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Vol. LXI, No. 40, New Delhi, April 11, 2010

Left Front proxy war on encroachment inspired by Islamist nexus?
From Arun Lakshman in Thiruvananthapuram

With the state government increasing its efforts to clear the picturesque hill resort, Munnar of the encroachers and the politics between the opposition and the ruling front reaching new heights of rivalry, a senior official of Tata Tea, which is holding thousands of acres of plantations in the hill area, has come out with a book on what Munnar is all about and how a systematic game plan is unleashed to finish of the credibility of Tata Company in the state.    more >

RSS: Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, March 26-28, 2010
Honour national consensus on Kashmir

THE Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha expresses concern over the direction in which the State of Jammu and Kashmir is drifting in the last couple of years. Actions of both the State and Union governments are pushing it further in the direction of secessionism and greater autonomy.    more >

A Report
Pleasant, invigorating experience
Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha

From Dr Ganesh Datt Vats

A convention of all India delegates of RSS and its allies was held at the historic place of Kurukshetra in the premises of the SMB Geeta Senior Secondary and Geeta Niketan Senior Secondary Schools from 26 March to 28 March 2010 to discuss major national issues which agitate the minds of all sensible, and socially conscious citizens of the country.    more >

Who will speak for India if only religions matter ?

It is a matter of surprise, anguish and concern that the Supreme Court has upheld the validity of the controversial Andhra Pradesh decision to introduce a four per cent reservation for Muslims. With this it has added a dark and painful chapter in the politics of vote bank that is threatening to tear apart the secular fabric of the country.    more >

Sarkaryavah Prativedan

With idealism, strength of character, and hard work we will reach our goal and hard work we will reach our goal    more >

Vishwa Mangal Gou Gram Yatra

A meaningful initiative for rural development and the protection of cow with its progeny THE Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha, while expressing its gratitude to the revered saints and dharmacharyas for the successful completion of the Vishwa Mangal Gau Gram Yatra, felicitates the public and various social and cultural organisations for the overwhelming response they gave to the yatra.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Free flow for Bhagirathi as govt shelves two dams in upper reaches
Religious, Green Concerns May Shut Third Project Too

By Nitin Sethi | TNN

NEW Delhi: Bhagirathi, one of the key tributaries of the Ganga, will now flow untamed and unchecked through the year for at least part of its stretch.    more >

Vande Mataram enters Guinness Book of World Records
Guinness Record for Art of Living’s musical symphony


The citation issued by the Guinness World Records Ltd, reads, “The record for the largest simultaneous sing-along was organised by The Art of Living Foundation (India) and involved 104,637 participants singing ‘Vande Mataram’, India’s National Song, at Antarnaad in Pune, India on 12 January 2010.”    more >

Mother is the pivot of society, protect family values
By Bhavanishankar & Ruksana, Bengaluru

CULTURAL invasion is also a threat to India. If India has to collapse, then Indian family system must collapse. If India’s family system has to collapse, then the moral values and ethics that sustain the family must erode.    more >

Encyclopedia of Hinduism launched
By Pramod Kumar

THE much awaited Encyclopedia of Hinduism is finally out. After the deep research conducted by about 2000 eminent scholars for about 20 years, it came in 6,600 multi-colour pages divided into 11 volumes.    more >

VHP protests CPM’s stranglehold on temples
By S Chandrasekhar

TEMPLES have always been a milking cow for politicians in Kerala, especially CPM. Unlike in most states, Kerala temples are governed by State government through Devaswom Board (Temple Boards).    more >

Nanaji, a hugely respected political leader and humanist

By S.Gurumurthy

"NANAJI” as Nana Deshmukh was known in political and social circles, which he dominated for almost six decades, is no more. Many, who were inspired by him in politics and outside, saw and knew him as a towering idealist; his admirers and friends experienced and rated him as a great political strategist.    more >

Bachchan Rubbishes Cheap Politics
CPM’s Modi nightmare

By S. Chandrasekhar

THERE is a popular Malayalam saying of a man invited to a sumptuous marriage feast, being asked to go away, since there is no plantation leaf to serve. Similar is the predicament of Big B—Amitabh Bachchan.    more >

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Thinking Aloud

Funny men at home in office
By Dr Jay Dubashi

IT is time Prime Minister Manmohan Singh got himself a new home minister. The current HM, P. Chidambaram, is a disaster, a man who is long on talk and short on action, like most Congressmen.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Grow up India: Give up Minorityism
By MV Kamath

THE time has come to banish two words from India’s political language. They are: Secularism and Minorityism. Secularism became a byword when India was Partitioned along religious lines, with Pakistan, against the wish of its founder MA Jinnah, declaring itself as an Islamic State.    more >

Economic Insight

The turn of the Euro next ?
By Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

THE Euro was being seen as alternative global currency to the dollar during the last two years of American economic crisis. Many investors withdrew their monies from the dollar and shifted it to the Euro zone.    more >

Kids Org.

Fame beyond borders
By Manju Gupta

TENALI Raman’s fame for his sharp wit had spread not only in Vijayanagar kingdom but in the neighbouring states and countries too.    more >


Duplicity of the US on terror
By MV Kamath
Reign of Terror, Dr K Shanker Shetty, Pp 482, Rs 395.00 (PB) (Published by the author)

Marriages: Traditional and modern
By Nidhi Mathur
The Many Conditions of Love, Farahad Zama, Abacus Original, Pp 308 (PB), Rs 295.00

A hilarious contemporary fiction
Karl, aaj aur kal, Cyrus Broacha, Random House India, (PB), Pp 230, Rs 195.00

A fascinating narrative on Indian media
Scoop-Wallah: Life on a Delhi Daily, Justine Hardy, Jaico Books, Pp 336(PB), Rs 295.00

An expert analysis on fighting terror
By MV Kamath
Confronting Terrorism, Edited by Maroof Raza, Penguin Viking, Pp 201(HB), Rs 450.00

News Analysis

Countless hues of paid news syndrome
By Shyam Khosla

PUBLIC disgust over large sections of media indulging in unethical means to mint money during the 2009 parliamentary elections has triggered a national debate prompting the Election Commission to take ...    more >

Media Watch

Paid news and propaganda as scoop

IT was P Sainath of The Hindu who first brought to light the “paid news syndrome” and exposed the large-scale prevalence of the malpractice in Maharashtra involving millions of rupees.    more >

Special Report

ABVP Protest against Aligarh Muslim University Campus in Bihar
Author Name Comes here

Bihar government has allocated 300 acres of land and money for this divisive move in Muslim majority Kishanganj. THE brutality of Bihar police was exposed on March 29 when it mercilessly lathi charged the students democratically protesting against the opening of a branch of Aligarh Muslim University in State’s Kishanganj area.    more >


Beware! What Kashmir is facing today, the rest of India might face later
Praznath! A new journal on Kashmir

By Geetika Kaw Kher

PRAZNATH— A discourse on Kashmiri identity and culture, an effort at dispelling the myths prevalent about Kashmir and its history in a form of a quarterly cultural magazine was formally launched on March 18, 2010 in Delhi.    more >

Readers’ Forum

How Bhojpal became Bhopal (Organiser, 21-3-2010);
—ANAND MISHRA ‘ABHAY’, Sanskriti Bhawan,

One cannot restrain oneself from appreciating the recent Varsha Pratipada Special issue of Organiser. The editorial is very thought provoking and compels to read it again and again. The cover story by Shri Sangeet Verma is very informative about the great Emperor of Malwa, Bhoj Parmar, but one great factual blunder mars the very essence of it.    more >

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