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August 27, 2006
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August 27, 2006

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Vol. LVII, No. 57, New Delhi, August 27, 2006

Sense and nonsense of the N-debate

By M.D. Nalapat

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh?s address to the Rajya Sabha on the Indo-US nuclear deal can best be described as an exercise in point-wise obfuscation in order to conceal the reality of surrender.
John Rood?s testimony of August 2, 2006 makes clear    more >

Karmayogi, Nitish Bhardwaj's film on Shri Guruji Released
By Pramod Kumar

Karmayogi, a documentary film produced on the dedicated life of Shri Guruji, the second Sarsanghachalak of RSS, was released in New Delhi on August 15 by Sarsanghachalak Shri K.S. Sudarshan. ?Since the film is based on documentary evidences and at    more >

God's own country a basket case of Islamic frenzy
By Balbir K. Punj

Cardinal Varkey Vithayathil, the Major Archbishop Syro-Malabar Church Ernakulam-Angamaly, was recently in news for warning that    more >

The limits of sectarian politics

Vote bank politics is quirky. The Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) in Tamil Nadu has of late discovered that there is virtue    more >

TV serial on RSS
Kesharia Productions Private Limited, a Delhi based company, has started the production of a TV serial, on Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).    more >

It was like picking pearls from the sea
Nitish Bhardwaj

Kesharia Productions Private Limited, a Delhi based company, has started the production of a TV serial, on Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS).    more >

The most challenging task of my life
Arvind Bilgaiyan

Shri Arvind Bilgaiyan who performed as Shri Guruji in the film, describes the assignment as the most challenging task of his    more >

Mumbai Take
Hindi movies enthral audiences with political incorrectness
By Aditya Pradhan in Mumbai

The three Hindi movies released recently?Corporate, Yun Hota To Kya Hota and Omkara have immense political meaning, save the moralising. But amongst the three Corporate has the message loud and clear, even though many may not agree with its cynicism over the dealings in the corporate and the political world. The movie clarifies in the beginning that it is not recounting any recent history but the involvement of a foreign cola drink, the issue of pesticides in the drink, the fizzling out of the issue from public gaze are all too familiar. The controversy has been carefully intertwined with the political goings-on to the extent that two political    more >

Sangh Samachar

Don?t turn the J&K clock back Mr. Prime Minister
By Shyam Khosla
Nothing wrong with Prime Minister?s declaration during his recent visit to J&K that his Government would have ?zero tolerance    more >

A doyen of Indian journalism - Bhanupratap Shukla is no more
Veteran journalist, swayamsevak, former editor of Panchjanya and strong pillar of Hindi literature, Bhanupratap Shukla passed    more >

This void will haunt us for long
By R. Balashankar
Bhanuji was an inspiration for all of us. His smiling face, his compassionate words, analytical insight and encouragement    more >

Brief Life Sketch Bhanupratap Shukla
Bhanupratap Shukla was born on August 7, 1935. His father Pandit Abhaynarayan Shukla originally belonged to Rajpur Bairihvan    more >

?Pak nuke proliferation worrying?, Dr Joshi
By S. Chandrasekhar
Inaugurating the National Security Week Observance by Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha at the Press Club hall in Thiruvananthapuram    more >

Shri Guruji Centenary Reminiscences
I heard this story from Swami Niramayananda (1911-1984), a senior monk of the Ramakrishna order. He was a disciple of Swami    more >

Kanwar Sewa Shivir to celebrate birth-centenary of Shri Guruji
Vikas Rath Sanstha, an NGO, organised a Kanwar Sewa Shivir at Madhuban Chowk, (Rohini) in Delhi to celebrate the birth-centenary    more >

Save The Tiger
By Manju Gupta
Despite the well-publicised ?Project Tiger?, the population of the tiger, the most iconic and secretive creature on earth is    more >

CPM honeymoon with Kerala minority ends!
By S. Chandrasekhar
The marriage of convenience which the CPM entered into, with the 46 per cent Christian, Muslim population to win the polls to    more >

The Hindu Nation and its enemies
By Sandhya Jain
The BJP?s rise in national politics, to the point where it led a national coalition in 1998, was both the triumph of Hindu    more >

Remembering Prem Nath Kapoor

Prem Nath Kapoor, president of Badri Bhagat Jhandewala Temple Society, New Delhi, passed away on August 5. He was 73.    more >


Judicial reforms and credibility
By Ravinder Raj

Judicial reforms are of paramount value. Since the constituting of the ?National Judicial Council? (Council is the brain-child of Law Minister Shri H.R. Bhardwaj while National Judicial Commission was the baby of NDA Government) is almost a certainty    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The mess the UPA is creating
By M.V. Kamath

It is painful to say so, but it has to be said before it is too late. The Congress-led UPA government is leading the country into a mess from which, if immediate action is not taken, it may become very hard to extricate ourselves. This is stated more    more >


Sense and nonsense with security
By Rahul Mathur

Normal life, with its laughter, film tickets and small miseries of love, is an interval between some violent deaths. Death in places that are no places of death. How long the interval lasts depends on how much sense intelligence agencies are able to    more >

Media Watch

India: Political apologists of terrorism

Afternoon Dispatch & Courier must be congratulated for two special reasons: One, for having the courage to report Gujarat Chief Minister, Narendra Modi?s talk in Mumbai on July 17. Few newspapers had the decency?forget courage?to report what he said.    more >

Open Forum

Dream but dream real
By Sankara Narayanan

Come August 15, the thoughts about the freedom struggle and the memories of the Partition in 1947 linger in the minds of every patriotic Indian citizen. Some highly patriotic youth groups also organised Akhand Bharat Sankalp Diwas on August 14 where    more >

Kids? Org

The birth of Sri Krishna

Janmashtami marks the birth of Sri Krishna, the eighth incarnation of Maha Vishnu who gave us the vital message of Bhagwad Gita?the guiding principles of every Hindu. Sri Krishna was born in the Dwapur Yug which comes just before Kal Yug. Since the festival occurs on ashtami, that is the eighth day of lunar fortnight in the month of Bhadrapada (August-September), it is called Krishnashtami.    more >


An astrological peep
Book Reviews By Manju Gupta

Astrology has been a well-established intellectual discipline in India since the early Vedic age, combining the study and observation of celestial bodies (stars and planets), mathematical calculations to ascertain their precise positions in space at any given point of time and the effect of such planetary configurations on the life of an individual born at a particular point of time.    more >

Terrorism: The low intensity war
K.P.S.Gill & Ajay Sahni(ed)

The well-known editors of this volume have been bringing out a series of journals to focus on different sources and aspects of existing and emerging conflicts in the Indian subcontinent. Terrorism and low-intensity wars, communal, caste and sectarian strife, political violence, organised crime, policing, the criminal justice    more >

India That is Bharat

NRI and patriotic American
The other day Satiricus met an NRI who has become a very patriotic American. True, he admitted rather dismissively, ?We have some problems?, but not to worry, they are being taken care of. Now Satiricus was not a little surprised that those living in    more >

Economy Matter

Jobless growth strategy still haunts
By Dr. Parakala Prabhakar

Very often it is in some abstruse seminar papers that the actual thinking of the establishment is revealed. Notwithstanding    more >

Readers? Forum

Israeli example
N. Nagaraja Rao

Two Israeli soldiers were kidnapped and eight others killed by the Hezbollah fighters and this sets the stage for the massive    more >

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