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August 21, 2011




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Vol. LXIII, No. 7, New Delhi, August 21, 2011

Special Report
UPA taking India back to 1991-type economic crisis

By Naresh Minocha

"AS regards import compression, you may well be right that in previous years, there was some fat in the import bill. However, in the last five months, a savage import cut has been imposed and today there is no scope for any further import compression. Even the import compression that is now in place, will have serious consequences. It will hurt industrial production, lead to large scale unemployment and will give rise to serious unrest and disruption. “It is in this context that I seek your understanding of what we have been doing to deal with the worst economic crisis in the history of Independent India. My effort is that somehow we should avoid a situation where are declared a defaulter.”    more >

Corrupt Congress kills innocent farmers protesting for water
By Aditya Pradhan

LOOK at the three recent events to understand a method in the madness of police excesses by the UPA government. First, it was the midnight swoop on Baba Ramdev and his followers at Ramlila grounds in New Delhi where sleeping women and children were thrashed and beaten up because they were asking for black money stashed away in foreign lands to be brought back to India. Some of the victims are still in hospital.    more >

Insight
Beijing blames Pakistan of inciting Muslim terror in its restive western region
China wary of Pak perfidy

By K G Suresh

AFTER USA, China has become the latest victim of this modern day Bhasmasura or Frankenstein monster called Pakistan.    more >

Editorial
Disband Kashmir interlocutors panel

THE Kashmir interlocutors have lost all credibility, by their own actions and now their continuance has become untenable. From the beginning we have been skeptical of their mission.    more >

Secrecy, sycophancy and coterie
Like Communist dictatorship Congress democracy

By Ravi

THE news that Congress president Sonia Gandhi had gone abroad for surgery—for cancer, as was reported later—not only caught the nation unawares but also highlighted the awe that has been built around her personality.    more >

A Communal Bill
Injurious to unity, integrity and fraternity of the people

By Justice (Retd) Dr M Rama Jois

IT is astonishing that a Bill like Prevention of Communal and Targeted Violence (Access To Justice and Reparations) Bill, 2011 which is flagrantly violative of the right to equality and patently discriminatory being violative of Article 15(1) could have been even thought of by the National Advisory Council under the chairmanship of Sonia Gandhi who has taken oath to uphold the Constitution and the Government headed by Dr Manmohan Singh who is also under similar oath and introducing it in the Parliament.    more >

News Round-up

Interesting People
From Pitamah to Major Uncle

By Rajan Khanna

HE appeared for the first time on the screen as Bhishma in the television serial Mahabharata and ever since has created a niche for himself in the tinsel world and an everlasting place in the hearts of millions.    more >

NAC’s onslaught against private enterprise hurts economy
By Sukhwant Kapoor

THE day the Monsoon Session of Parliament began with the Opposition scalding Prime Minister Manmohan Singh over the 2G allocation scam, the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government was also rapped by the Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) for failing to carry out economic reforms.    more >

The smiling Sadananda Gowda is the new Karnataka CM
By R Guru Prasad

DEVARAGUNDA Venkappa Sadananda Gowda (DVS), 58 (born on March 18,1953), a vokkaliga and a law-graduate who represents Udupi – Chikmagalur in the Lok Sabha was sworn in as Karnataka’s 27th Chief Minister of Karnataka on August 4.    more >

Ramesh wipes shoe with khadi garland, Congress fumes
IANS

NEW Delhi, July 26 (IANS): Union Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh has stirred a controversy by wiping his shoe with a garland of spun cotton (khadi) given to him as a token of respect by Congress workers at a function in Rajasthan, with his party on July 26, conveying its disapproval.    more >

Goebel’s proud descendants
Secularists: The enemies of logic & truth

By Amba Charan Vashishth

TWO latest disclosures by people of eminence, whose integrity and credibility is unquestionable, have given a knock-out punch to the stubborn die-hard ‘secularists’ who preach the Goebel’s “big lie” doctrine to some too credulous folks to promote their sectarian political objectives.    more >

An initiative by Jai Jawan Nagrik Samiti of Surat
Honouring the valour of martyred soldiers

FOC

JAI Jawan Nagrik Samiti of Surat organised a function on Kargil Vijay Diwas (July 26) to honour the family members of the martyred soldiers. The function, organised at Sardar Smriti Bhavan, was presided over by Collector of Surat Shri SJ Shah.    more >

Anti-naxal operations
Mamata-Maoist hobnobbing

By Brigadier Arun Bajpai (Retd)

RECENTLY the Director Generals of Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Orissa Police having common border with West Bengal complained the Union Home Minister P Chidambaram that the new CM of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, unilaterally halted the anti-naxal operations in her state.    more >

Hindu Helpline: A reliable friend of Hindus in distress
By Virag Pachpore

CONSIDER this scenario. You are out on a picnic tour with your family. You are driving a car and suddenly the vehicle develops some snag and breaks down. You are in an unfamiliar region with no contacts for immediate help.    more >

Relevance of Hinduism in modern era:
A scientific perspective

By Dr Surendra Singh Pokharna

A series of articles on Hinduism in DNA have recently generated several controversies. However, it is also necessary to look at the Hindu philosophy in a scientific perspective, particularly for its relevance in the modern context ?    more >

Orissa High Court orders ‘further investigation’ into Swami Laxmanananda murder case
By Samanwaya Nanda

IN a significant development, Orissa High Court ordered ‘further investigation’ into the gruesome murder of Swami Laxmanananda Saraswati. The High Court asked the Crime Branch to take the contentions raised by the petitioners into the purview of the investigation.    more >

Revised edition of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh by Nanaji Deshmukh released
Nanaji implemented the Sangh idea of development in villages—Madan Das

By Pramod Kumar

"NANAJI Deshmukh was indeed an extraordinary personality. He, thro-ugh practical deeds, taught the people what the RSS is. Through this book he explained the Sangh ideology to the masses,” said RSS Akhil Bharatiya Pracharak Pramukh Shri Madan Das. He was releasing the revised edition of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a book written by Nanaji Deshmukh in 1979, in New Delhi on August 6 at Deendayal Research Institute.    more >

COVER PAGE

The Moving Finger Writes

Time to bring the CPI (M) to book
By MV Kamath

NOW that the Leftist Front led by the CPM in West Bengal has been thrown out and ordinary Bengalis who had fled the state during its devastating regime are now returning in droves, it is time to assess the Front’s record of over four decades of misrule.    more >

Media Watch

ISI friends in the media

THE busting of a Pakistani Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) ring in the United States fronted by one Ghulam Nabi Fai, a Kashmiri of Indian extraction and now an American citizen, has raised many issues that are now demanding attention.    more >

Thinking Aloud

“Liberals” as Fai’s shameless guests
By Dr Jay Dubashi

WHEN do so-called human rights activists become traitors? When they work for their country’s enemy. And when can they be said to be working for their country’s enemy? When they accept money from the enemy or its frontmen, as was the case when they started attending so-called seminars and conferences organised by these frontmen.    more >

Bookmark

An engrossing corporate turn around story
By Manju Gupta
From the Brink of Bankruptcy: The DCM Story, Vinay Bharat Ram, Penguin/Viking, Pp 201, Rs 499.00


Eclectic visual art of modern architecture
Kissing Architecture, Sylvia Lavin, Princeton University Press, Pp 136 (HB), $ 16.75

A literary itinerary of India
By Tej N Dhar
India: A Traveller’s Literary Companion, Chandrahas Choudhury, Harper Collins, Pp 256 (HB), Rs 399.00


Warm thoughts on green politics
By Jayant Patel
The Elemental Warriors: A Book of Green Thoughts, M Rajaram, Rupa & Co, Pp 134, Rs 195.00


Quantum breakthrough: The enigmatic story that turned physics on its head
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
The Quantum Story: A History in 40 Moments, Jim Baggott, Oxford University Press, Pp 469(HB), £ 16.99.


A concise history of economy, mismanaged globally
By Dr R Balashankar
Inflated: How Money and Debt Built the American Dream, R Christopher Whalen, John Wiley & Sons Inc., Pp 393(HB), $ 34.95


A guide to sacred temples
By Manju Gupta
Top Ten Temple Towns of India, SC Kakar, Mark-Age Publication, Pp 128 (PB), Rs 75.00


TogadiaSpeak

People are really angry
By Dr Pravin Togadia

WHEN any group agitates, these days, the agitation is discarded as ‘politically motivated’ by the governments, media and a few other groups. If not discarded then it is demeaned terming it ‘a flop show’.    more >

At Liberty

Social sector spending
Graft by another name

By Ravi

THE other day my maid told me sorrowfully, “I am thinking of discontinuing my daughter’s education.” This surprised me because she also showed keenness to get her children educated.    more >

Kids’ Org

Sri Krishna: An icon of the masses
By KK Shanmukhan

SRI Krishna, the central character of the Mahabharata, played his role as a catalyst in this great epic. Sura, the patriarch of the Yadava clan had a beautiful daughter named Pritha. His cousin Kuntibhoja having no progency, Sura entrusted Pritha to him as a foster daughter. Thus Pritha was later known as Kunti.    more >

Interview of the Week

BJP is on a come back trail —Nadda
Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda jumped into student politics through ABVP. Later, he became national president of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha. In 1993, he contested Himachal Vidhan Sabha elections.

   more >

Readers’ Forum

Why criticise the painter?
—RAJENDRA PRABHU, D-601, Panchseel Apts. Sector-4, Plot No-24, Dwaraka, New Delhi-110 075

One of the persistent tragedies of great men of art is that they are misunderstood by their contemporaries. Sometime, they are also hounded out. MF Husain’s lot was no different. His critics do have a point in alleging that his paintings of Hindu goddesses were an insult to Hindu society.    more >




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