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March 30, 2008




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Vol. LIX, No. 38, New Delhi, March 30, 2008

Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha?Vrindavan, March 14-16, 2008
End minority-majority divide to build national unity

[In the following pages we are giving the full text of the resolutions adopted by the ABPS.]

THE Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) regrets to note that the politics of minorityism has acquired dubious dimensions under the present dispensation at the Centre bringing back the sordid memories of the competitive minorityism witnessed in the pre-Partition era. Year after year this appeasement of certain religious communities is on the rise leading to serious communal polarisation in the country.    more >

Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat's Report
On the bedrock of sacred Sangh work consolidate and galvanise nationalist forces

P.P. Sarsanghachalakji, all the respected office bearers and members of the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakarini, respected Members of the Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal, All India Delegates attending from all over the country, swayamsevak brethren working in various organisations, special invitees and mothers and sisters:    more >

A Matter Of Economics
UPA has a plan, no programme
By R. Balashankar

WHAT does a government do when it has high intentions but is weighed down by self-defeating inhibitions ? It can only talk endlessly. All the actions of the UPA in the last four years conveyed only one thing. That it is a government in chains.    more >

Editorial
In Tibet China is wrong

TIBET is a bomb waiting to explode. No amount of development rhetoric or propaganda window dressing by China could conceal the simmering anger in the ?Roof of the world?. This is not the first time Tibet erupted. The seething resentment against the Chinese occupation of the Buddhist country...    more >

L.K. Advani?s My Country My Life released
By Deepak Kumar Rath

THE much-talked about memoir and political autobiography of former Deputy Prime Minister Shri L.K. Advani was released by the former President of India Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam at a grand function in New Delhi. The 1040-page book has been published by Rupa and Co. Shri Advani has categorised the book into broad five phases.    more >

Border security in danger

THE Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) wishes to draw the attention of the entire nation towards the porous nature of our borders and the concomitant threat looming from all sides.    more >

Evolve a system of education in tune with national ethos

THE Akhhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) is of the opinion that the education system of a country should fulfill the aim of all-round development of the personality of the individual, inculcate a feeling of national pride and social responsibility and contribute to the needs of national development. But our education system has by and large failed on all these counts.    more >

Respect women, stop atrocities

THE Akhil Bharatiya Pratinidhi Sabha (ABPS) wishes to emphasise that Bharatiya values envision man and woman as fundamentally complementary to each other, who, with a mutually understanding relationship, engage themselves in their respective roles to build a harmonious family and contribute in all walks of national life.    more >

Statement issued by the Sarkaryavah Shri Mohanrao Bhagwat on the violence in Kannur.
Expose the fascist-Stalinist face of the CPM


FIVE RSS activists have been killed and scores grievously injured in renewed attacks by the CPM cadres since March 5, 2008 in the North Kerala district of Kannur. Houses of more than 40 swayamsevaks have been destroyed in this violence.    more >

Pathey Kan turns 25
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

AT the time when most of the newspaper managements are indulged in showing the inflated circulation of their publications to claim the media leadership and also to earn more revenue by way of demanding higher rates for advertisement, there are still few publications which have very high genuine circulation and at the same time they never boasted for it.    more >

Protest rally against terrorism by ABVP in Mangalore
FOC

THE terrorists who were recently arrested in the state were involved in spreading terrorism in the college campuses which is a dangerous trend, said Shri N. Ravi Kumar, state organising secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP).    more >

E-voting for Ram Sethu
FOC

RAM Sethu Raksha Manch has started electronic voting to get the Ram Sethu declared an international monument. Inaugurating the e-voting in Delhi, Shri Vinod Bansal, media incharge of Indraprastha VHP, appealed to the people to write ?ram? in the write message box of their mobile phone and send it to 53030.    more >

Annual meeting of Kalyan Ashram in Jashpur Nagar
FOC

THE Annual meeting of Akhil Bharatiya Vanvasi Kalyan Ashram was held at Jashpur Nagar from February 25 to March 1. The Karyakari Mandal of the Kalyan Ashram met on February 25 while the Pratinidhi Mandal met on February 26 in which representatives from all over the country participated.    more >

Ban on turban is violation of human rights: Sikh Sangat
FOC

THE Shiromani Committee of Rashtriya Sikh Sangat, an apex body of the organisation, has condemned the ban imposed by the Government of France on wearing turban by the Sikh students and described it as an open violation of the human rights.    more >

BMS demonstration against anti-poor budget
FOC

BHARATIYA Mazdoor Sangh activists staged a massive demonstration against the anti-poor budget at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi. Addressing the demonstrators, Shri Girish Awasthi, BMS president, said the focus point of the Finance Minister while preparing the budget ...    more >

Book Release
Christian expressions of domination


SWAMI Dayananda Saraswati, president of Hindu Dharma Acharya Sabha, released a publication of Viivekananda Kendra titled ?Expressions of Christianity: With a Focus on India?? at a function held at Nehru Museum and Library Auditorium in New Delhi on March 16.    more >

Agriculture had made progress during NDA regime which UPA has not maintained
By Arabinda Ghose

IT was not only surprising, but actually shocking to hear the Prime Minister, a noted economist, making allegations that agriculture was in a mess during the NDA regime and the present UPA government was cleaning up that ?mess?.    more >

A decade, at the helm
By Sandhya Jain

IN the midst of forced celebrations over Sonia Gandhi?s decade as Congress president and ?certificates? that her foreign origins no longer matter, some facts are too stark to be ignored.    more >

BJP farmers' rally a huge success
Farmers resent UPA's bogus loan waiver

By Deepak Kumar Rath in Jind

IT was a celebration time for the BJP in Haryana when it organised a massive kisan rally called Vijay Sankalp Rally in Jind on March 16, 2008. In the rally, more than two lakh people, mostly farmers participated from every nook and corner of the state.    more >

Cover Page

Kids? Org

The omnipresent God
By Manju Gupta

GURU Nanak Dev used to go on pilgrimages all over India. He walked through other countries too to spread his message of peace and universal brotherhood.    more >

Play & Learn
A ship on sail

Bookmark
Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

Interesting biography of an interesting man
Stephen Hawking, Kristine Larsen, Jaico Books, pp 165, Rs 295.00

FEW scientists are as remarkable as Stephen Hawking. Despite suffering from Amyotrophic Lateral (Lou Gehrig?s disease)?an affliction that many experts expected to have killed him decades go?Hawking remains a vital and influential voice in the scientific community.    more >

An entrepreneural success of America
Oprah Winfrey, Helen S. Garson, Jaico Books, pp 174, Rs 295.00

OPRAH Winfrey is the embodiment of American spirit and entrepreneurial success and hers is a rags-to-riches story come to life.
Oprah means ?instant cognisance?. This biography written by author of Tom Clancy:    more >

Ramanuja! Philosopher saint
Sri Ramanuja Melukote and Srivaishnavism, K.S. Narayana-charya (Dr), Kautilya Institute of National Studies, pp 104, Rs 70.00

AT a time when south India was witnessing the dark days of turbulence, disunity, mutual hatred and rituals having no relevance to daily life, came Sri Ramanuja with a synoptic outlook to remind of the degenerating practices and justify all aspects of reality and life.    more >

India?s Glorious Scientific Tradition-XLIX
Child with special qualities

By Suresh Soni
(This book is available with Ocean Books (P) Ltd. 4/19 Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi-110 002).


THE American Genetic Association bring out a journal The Journal of Heredity. In its 75:152-154-1984 edition, there was an article by Alain F. Corcos of the Michigan State University entitled ?Reproduction and Heredity Beliefs of the Hindus Based on their Sacred Books.?    more >

An Indian High Commissioner?s trysts in Bangladesh
By Prafull Goradia and K.R. Phanda
The Jamdani Revolution: Politics, Personalities and Civil Society in Bangladesh 1989-1992, Krishnan Srinivasan, Har Anand, pp 386, Rs. 595.00


THE Jamdani Revolution by Krishnan Srinivasan is a week by week account of his assignment as India?s High Commissioner to Bangladesh during 1989-1992.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Delayed Justice Denied Justice
By M.V. Kamath

IF farmers commit suicide, it understandably becomes instant news. If Maoists raid police stations in Orissa and casually kill a dozen constables, the information gets front-page coverage. And quite rightly so.    more >

London Post

Faith healers rattle rationalists
By Prasun Sonwalkar

LONDON: Rationalists and large sections of Britain?s Asian community are dismayed at the increasing influence of witch doctors and charlatans who advertise extensively in newspapers and television channels targeted at the community.    more >

Conservative Estimates

UPA bows to bullying China
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

THESE are sad days for those who believe in democracy, individual liberty and cultural autonomy, as China crushes non-violent protests by Tibetans with brute force, killing scores of people, and threatening even fiercer action against the protesters.    more >

Think it over

The Arts and the Semitic
By M.S.N. Menon

"IF God has a form,? says Vivekananda, ?it is better if it is that of a man, and not that of an animal.? And if God is like a man, I say, it is better if he has senses like a man. We do not want a God who is deaf and blind. And I say again: if God has senses, let us try to please Him, for that is the best way to please our Gods. Thus, if He has ears, let us delight Him with the sweetest of sounds.    more >

Parvasi Bharatiya

Hindraf makes a dent in ruling coalition vote bank
Hindus avenge their humiliation in Malaysia

By Petaling Jaya

Malaysia is in shock. The Barisan Nasional is reeling from its worst-ever election performance with the ruling coalition losing 2/3 majority. While it managed to keep Terengganu and will form the next government, it lost Penang, Selangor Kedah and Perak to the Opposition and failed to recapture Kelantan. Barisan Nasional chairman,...    more >

Readers? Forum

Absurd & illogical:
?VANI NAGARAJ, 613, Boudhnagar, Secunderabad

The National Commission for Minorities has slammed the Andhra Pradesh state government for banning propagation of other religions in the vicinity of 20 temples including the Tirumala shrine and the chairman decreed that Sanatana Dharma Parishad constituted by TTD is ?against secularism?.    more >




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