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October 12, 2008

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Vol. LX, No. 14, New Delhi, October 12, 2008

Hindu-Christian meet calls for end to conversions
Stresses on amity, peace, joint action

By S Chandrasekhar

A Hindu-Christian meet was held at Kochi on September 29 at the initiative of Kerala Catholic Bishops? Council (KCBC) and Catholic Bishops Council of India (CBCI). Leading Bishops from various Christian churches, prominent sannyasis of various mutts and leaders of RSS, VHP etc. participated in the free and frank exchange of ideas, which was initiated in the background of murder of Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati in Orissa and resultant riots.    more >

Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha letter to Orissa CM
Regrets brutal killing of Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati

Swami Dayananda Saraswati,
Convenor, Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha

Dear Chief Minister,
The killing of the venerated Swami Laxmanananda has grieved Hindus all over the country. The Vanvasis in Orissa, to whom he gave succor for decades, are devastated and angry. The consequential reprisal against innocent Christian families is also unfortunate.    more >

A Matter Of Economics
Relax; Asian countries find India attractive
By R. Balashankar

?PRESS forward on capital account liberalisation and the development of the bond market?. This is how our financial experts are prompting the UPA in the midst of the meltdown in Wall Street. This is strange for many reasons.    more >

What a Shame!

THE Indian Prime Minister on a foreign soil telling the world that he was ashamed of the violence in India against Christians was a shameful sight. He was responding to the European Union allegation that his government failed to prevent what it called a ?massacre of Christians? in Orissa and Karnataka.    more >

NDA scouts for new allies
In Assam AGP joins NDA

THE coming together of the BJP and the Asom Gana Parishad in Assam to fight the Lok Sabha election marks a major turn in the North-East politics. The two parties are natural allies. The alliance between the two parties was clinched during the Guwahati visit of the BJP leader and NDA Prime Ministerial candidate Shri LK Advani last week. The AGP leaders who met the Leader of Opposition had detailed discussions with the latter on national political situation.    more >

Book Reviews by Ratnadeep Banerji

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta
  • The tragedy of North-East - Separatism in North-East India: Role of Religion, Language and Script, Kunal Ghosh & Vikas Kumar, Suruchi Prakashan, pp 247, Rs 120.00

  • A Chhattisgarh Review - Chhattisgarh ka Dinman: Akal va Udaykal (Hindi), Chandrashekhar Sahu, Vaibhav Prakashan, pp 110, Rs 150.00

  • A saintly soldier - Vishwanathji (Hindi), Kuldip Chand Agnihotri (editor), Suruchi Prakashan, pp 112, Rs 30.00

Silver jubilee of Bharat
Mata Mandir, Haridwar

By Ravindra Saini

THE silver jubilee of Bharat Mata Mandir, Haridwar, was celebrated from September 13 to 20 in Haridwar. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Shri BC Khanduri, VHP president Shri Ashok Singhal and Acharya Balkrishna of Patanjali Yogapeeth visited the Bharat Mata Mandir on September 13 to wish the founder of the Mandir Swami Satyamitrananda Giri on his birth anniversary.    more >

Bharateeya Vichara Kendram becomes a research centre
MDS varsity VC visits BVK, honours scholars

By S Chandrasekhar

BHARATEEYA Vichara Kendram led by the RSS ideologue Padmashri P Parameswaran was accorded the status of a ?Research Centre? by the Maharshi Dayanand Saraswati Varsity, Ajmer for doctoral studies in ?Bharateeya Approach? to Management, Philosophy, Economics and Culture etc..    more >

Save us from Christian brutalities

A high level delegation of minority communities of Indian origin and the Scheduled Tribes of north-eastern India drew the attention of the National Commission of Minorities (NCM) and the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes, to the oppression and brutalities being committed on them by the Christians.    more >

Creating schism by affirmative action
By HS Mehtani

?BEACONS of Hindu spiritual Mission?, an article (Organiser Independence Day Special), wherein the editor has narrated the sad story of poverty of two Vanvasi girls from Jharkhand, named Suchitra and Sujata living in Delhi.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Karnataka Rajya Madhyamik Shaikshik Sangh honours school toppers
Let?s spread an ideological revolution?Sri Sri Ravi Shankar


Ganga Raksha Yatra in Vijayawada

Bangladeshi influx threat ?Dr Subramanian Swamy

Senior Sangh Pracharak Shri Premchand Goel turns 70

ABVP condemns Arjun Singh and Mushirul Hasan

End fraudulent conversions of Dalits and Tribals
By RL Francis

THE tragic turn of events in Kandhamal in Orissa once again highlights the urgent need for church authorities to immediately halt the fraudulent conversions of India?s Tribal and Dalit populace, which are causing so much heart-burning and cultural anxiety.    more >

RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat in US
Shri Guruji?s message was to protect and spread Hindu values, said Mohanji releasing a book on Shri Guruji in New York

From Narain Kataria

RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat was recently on a foreign tour. He left for the tour on September 10 and returned India on September 30. During this tour he visited Surinam, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago, USA and UK.    more >

Cover Page
Interview of the Week

?We will change the face of Delhi?
Delhi to be a world-class city, green and secure: Malhotra

Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra is a Bharatiya Janata Party veteran who launched upon his social life as a RSS Pracharak. One of the founder members of Bharatiya Jana Sangh in 1951, he was arrested under Preventive Detention Act in 1953 alongwith Dr. Syama Prasad Mookerjee and Shri N.C. Chatterjee.    more >


CPM again denigrates a national hero
Ganashakti tirade against Khudiram Bose

By Asim Kumar Mitra

THIS time they have targeted the great martyr Khudiram Bose for assassinating his character. Allegations against him were the same as they levelled against Veer Savarkar. They said that Khudiram had also petitioned for mercy so that the ?death by hanging? order of the court could be avoided. Savarkar was different.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Project Joshua and secularism?
By M.V. Kamath

WHEN so-called communalism raises its head and disturbances spread as they have in Orissa, Karnataka and Madhya Pradesh in recent times, one can be assured that the first to be condemned would be the Bharatiya Janata Party and, of course, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad.    more >

Think it Over

The logic of conversion
By MSN Menon

DO you know the logic of conversion? Perhaps you have not thought of it? If you had thought of it, you would not be doing what you are doing.    more >

Neighbour Watch

Pakistan disintegrating on political instability
By Bharat Verma

INDIANS pose the biggest threat to the Union of India. The reason is simple. An average Indian does not constitute a nation but is merely an individual. His personal well-being overrides all other considerations including the national interests.    more >

Health Watch

Focus on emerging antibiotic resistance
By Dr Sharda Jain

RESISTANCE to antibiotics by previously susceptible microorganisms is becoming a cause of worry in recent years. It is often a case of treatment failure or require the use of larger doses of expensive antibiotics. Recent editorial in British Medical Journal should be an eye-opener for everybody.    more >


Need for an Eclectic National Character
By Ram Chandra

LOUIS Althusser put it ? ?Ideology... is indispensable in any society if men are to be formed, transformed and equipped to respond to the demands of their conditions of existence.? The demands of our conditions of existence have undergone tremendous changes over the last few years.    more >

Counter Point

Secularism: A facade for anti-Hinduism
By MG Vaidya

THIS is apropos of Hon?ble Lord Bhikku Parekh?s article ?Cracking India? published in The Indian Express on August 27, 2008. The article can be flouted on many counts; but before debating the main thrust of the article, I have a few questions for the Hon?ble Lord to answer.    more >

Media Watch

Denigrating Hindu Gods and Tarnishing India

WHAT is truth? What is news? During the trial of Jesus Christ, the presiding Roman Governor Pilate?always referred to as Jesting Pilate?is supposed to have raised the same question: What is truth? But then we are told: he paused not for an answer. Obviously he felt that truth can be painful.    more >

Open Forum

Aryan Invasion?Colonial myth lives ?nine lives??II
A lie they promote as gospal truth

By Dr Mahesh Kalra

OTHER pointers are the unfamiliarity of Aryans with the elephant, a very Indian animal as exhibited by their name for it ?Haathi? (a beast with a hand) and their borrowing of names for familiar agricultural implements like the plough from local Dravidian languages that pointed to their pastoral past.    more >

Kids? Org

Better to confront than to leave the field
By Manju Gupta

IT was the festival of Dussehra. King Krishnadeva Raya of Vijayanagar kingdom, as usual, decided to celebrate the occasion with pomp and show and host all kinds of seminars and discussions. He invited Vallabhacharya, one of the most learned persons in the country, to participate in the proceedings.    more >

Readers? Forum

True colours of Shabana (Organiser, 23-9-2008);
?SURYA NARAIN SAXENA, B-79, Swasthya Vihar, Delhi

The columnist has deservedly castigated the celebrated Muslim actress-activist, Shabana Azmi for her accusation in an TV interview followed by her articles in two prominent English dailies that she could not own a flat in Mumbai simply because she is a Muslim, meaning thereby that Muslims are discriminated in free India.    more >

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