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July 06, 2008
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July 06, 2008




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Vol. LIX, No. 52, New Delhi, July 06, 2008

Exposing the oil conspiracy
Oil cartel making windfall profits

By M.D. Nalapat

TO those familiar with the ways of the cartel systematically raising crude oil prices to unbearable levels since 2002, the closure by Chevron of its onshore production facilities in Nigeria immediately after last week?s statesmanlike gesture of Saudi Arabia to boost its daily oil production by 500,000 barrels came as no surprise.    more >

Don?t politicise Amarnath Yatra
Divisive elements communalising land transfer issue

By Ajay Bharti

VALLEY politicians of all hues are attacking holy Yatra of Amarnath willfully, ignoring the immediate and long-term implications of such a move. Decades of death and destruction that are still unstoppable in the trouble-torn state means nothing to them.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes
UPA decline. Faster than expected
By M.V. Kamath

ON June 1, 2008 there appeared a full page advertisement in many dailies in stunning colour. Within 30 days, the advertisement said, 4,30,00,000 farmers will get debt waiver or debt relief for over Rs 71,000 crore.    more >

Editorial
Amarnath land allotment controversy

THE allotment of 100 acres forest land in Kashmir to the Amarnath Shrine Board for construction of temporary structures for the nearly half million yatris has kicked up an uproar in the Valley.    more >

Arrest all those who are opposing the Amarnath Yatra ?Dr Pravin Togadia
FOC

VHP general secretary Dr Pravin Togadia demanded immediate arrest of all the Muslims who are opposing the Amarnath Yatra in Jammu & Kashmir and strict action against them.    more >

Save Ganga movement gathering support
By Ravindra Saini

THE battle to ensure nat?ural flow of the river Bhagirathi from Gangotri to Uttarkashi intensified on the day of Ganga Dussehra across the country.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Unending story of Hindu bashing
By Shyam Khosla

HISTORIANS narrate and interpret major events in such a manner that people can appreciate developments in a correct perspective.    more >

Diplomacy
Russia?The Country That We Chose To Forget

By Ram Madhav

?MEDVEDEV practises Yoga everyday?, screamed Moscow Times, the prominent English daily of Russia the day I landed in Moscow in mid-April for meetings with various Government and non-Government agencies.    more >

Kashmir Vichar Manch demands comprehensive package for Pandits? return
FOC

THE Prime Minister?s return package for Pandits has not satisfied the victims of Kashmir holocaust. They have demanded a comprehensive package to facilitate the Pandits? return.    more >

Remembering Syama Prasad Mookerjee
Moulding activists

By Bhavanishankar

Here is a brief story on the visit of late Dr Syama Prasad Mookerjee to Bangalore in the first week of June 1953, two weeks before his mysterious death in Srinagar Central Prison, in Kashmir.    more >

Rules set for Christian yatra
By Rana Ajit

STATE government of Hyderabad is finalising the guidelines to the Holy Land Yatra to Israel for Christians on the lines of Haj pilgrimage.    more >

Sachar does not like nconvenient questions
VSK Gujarat

SACHAR Committee Chairman, Justice Rajendra Sachar recently visited Ahmedabad as a guest at the Gujarat State Freedom of Expression Conference held on June 22.    more >

Test of intelligence
By Manju Gupta

KING Krishnadeva Raya was holding court when in walked a learned man. After paying his respects to the king, he said, ?Your Majesty?s courtiers are earning fame and praise all over the country for their intelligence.    more >

Trivial inventions too matter?A snapshot
Once a doohickey, do they still remain a knick-knack appurtenance?

Ratnadeep Banerji   more >

A Marxist leader evaluates his ideology
Marxism in a time warp

By Jayapradeep Viswanath

THE theory of Communism is Marxism. Communism is no more in the world now. Former CITU district secretary and strong communist theoretician P. Kesavan Nair closely analyses the nihility and blunders of Marxism through his book Marxism Communism.    more >

NCERT throws High Court order to winds
New textbooks contain objectionable references the court ordered to remove

By Pramod Kumar

THE UPA government and the National Council of Education Research and Training (NCERT) have no regard for even the court.    more >

Cover Page
Think it Over

Einstein and Aurobindo: Convergence of thoughts
By M.S.N. Menon

IN a letter to a friend, written in January 1954, a year before his death, Einstein gave his last thoughts on God and religion.What were his thoughts? He dismissed the idea of God as a ?product of human weakness? and the Bible as ?pretty childish.? Childish or whatever, the Bible keeps millions in employment and many more millions under dope.    more >

Health Watch

To have a healthy skin
By Dr. Sharda Jain & Manju Gautam

IN this series of creating public awareness we shall improve our knowledge about fungal infection as 10-15 per cent of people have problem of this kind, especially in summer and rainy season, and due to shyness and ignorance they do not seek medical help. At times they keep itching in public, forgetting all etiquettes and manners of responsible public behaviour.    more >

Bookmark
Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

Making entrepreneurs and doing business
The One Page Business Plan, Jim Horan, Macmillan India Ltd., pp 94, Rs 295.00

Creativity in life
Brainstorming for Creativity and Innovation, Promod Batra and Vijay Batra, Macmillan India Ltd, pp 368, Rs 235.00

A handbook on management
Excellence in Management, Prof. G.D. Sharma, Rupa & Co., pp 208, Rs 295.00

A western view of Kashmir
By Ratnadeep Banerji
A Mission in Kashmir, Andrew Whitehead, Penguin Books India Pvt. Ltd., pp 285, Rs 495.00


The legend that was Ramana Maharshi
Ramana Maharshi, M. Sivaramkrishna, Sterling Paperbacks, pp 119, Rs 99.00

Stress and style
Simple Ways to Manage Stress, Promod Batra, Macmillan India Ltd., pp 304, Rs 225.00

Agenda

A new paradigm in the context of global crisis?II
Unaccessible and iniquitous distribution of water

By Dr Murli Manohar Joshi

SANITATION and water are closely linked. Without water it is impossible to think of sanitation and cleanliness. The report describes the pitiable condition of 2.6 billion people across the globe. ?? Some 1.1 billion people in the developing world do not have access to a minimal amount of clean water.    more >

Media Watch

Newspaper industry is expanding
NARAD

ON Sunday, May 4, Rajasthan?s Chief Minister Vasundhara Raja formally inaugurated the Jaipur edition of The Times of India which, with a circulation of 3.5 million, claims to be the world?s largest English newspaper across formats, sizes and genres. Earlier in April, the paper made inroads in Chennai and the south, by launching another edition there.    more >

Thinkpad

By Ram Chandra

Iam proud to be a Hindu. I am proud to be a Hindu not because Hinduism claims that it is in any way better than any other religion. Nor does this pride I feel in being a Hindu arise from a feeling of being ?holier? than a non-believer. I am proud to be a Hindu because it is characteristically inclusive, liberal, pragmatic, egalitarian and individualistic.    more >

Open Forum

Hinduism in the West
By Salil Gewali

DO we know what most of the western eminent scholars have said about our Indian philosophies and the ancient seers? They have held them in the highest esteem. They have confessed the Vedic philosophies as the only transcendent knowledge that has no parallel in the whole universe.    more >

Readers? Forum

CPM-NDF-Police nexus kills RSS men (Organiser, 4-5-2008);
?P.K. KRISHNAKUMAR, Dubai

I have just returned from a one-month holiday at my village in Kannur. The recent murder of BJP workers by Marxist party goons was the talk of everyone in my village, which is a CPM village where no other party can function.    more >




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