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November 16, 2008
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November 16, 2008




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Vol. LX, No. 19, New Delhi, NOVEMBER 16, 2008

Obama makes a welcome history
By OP Gupta IFS (Retd)

ON November 4, 2008, Barack Hussein Obama, 47, breaking the age-old racial barriers, became the first Afro-American to be elected to the office of the President of the USA by winning majority both in the electoral college [349 electoral votes out of 538] and in popular votes [52 per cent of votes cast] defeating his main Republican rival Senator John Sidley McCain.    more >

Gandhiji was opposed to religious conversions
By Girish Chandra Mishra

THE great hue and cry is being raised these days both by the Cental Government and psuedo-secularist over the so-called atrocities perpetrated by the said Hindus?fundamentalists, particularly Vishwa Hindu Parishad and Bajrang Dal activists against Christians. The alligators?. are finely playing the role of ?Lady Macbeth.?    more >

A Matter Of Economics
Obama Unsettles Capitalism Consensus
By R. Balashankar

BARACK Obama?s spectacular victory in the US Presidential election is largely attributed to the economic mess created by the Republican George W Bush. Obama promised to mainstream economics from Wall Street. He understood that economics has wider connotation than corporate. Indian politicians have widely welcomed Obama?s ascent.    more >

Editorial
A New History of America

THE real America has spoken, said Obama. Barack Hussein Obama has made history. Whatever he does in office in the next four years, his place in history is assured. He is the first non-White President of the US. His victory is being compared as ground breaking as that of John F Kennady and Abraham Lincoln. The big demographic transition in the US in recent decades and the economic crisis afflicting the poor helped this win.    more >

Rajasthan poll scene
BJP gears up for a second term


BJP in Rajasthan is leaving no stone unturned to re-capture power in coming assembly polls. One set of its leaders is busy in telling the electorates of the achievements of the government, whereas the other set is engaged in gearing up the party organisation and the election machinery.    more >

Vijay Sankalp Mahakumbh in Jaipur
Vasundhara?s governance mantra: A recipe for victory

From Deepak Kumar Rath in Jaipur

THE Rajasthan Chief Minister, Smt Vasundhara Raje, sounded triumphant as she listed the achievements of her government during an election rally of booth-level workers in Jaipur on November 6.    more >

Bookmark

CPM study class for cops
SC

IN or out of power, the CPM has a stranglehold on every sphere of human activity in Kerala. From art, culture, literature, environment to education, goons, criminals and musclemen, the commies have the broad spectrum! With all these in their kitty, can the police be far behind?    more >

CPM torpedoing terror probe
By S. Chandrasekhar

THE police investigations into the death of four Keralite jehadis in encounter with security forces in Kashmir and the reports that 300 jehadis from Kerala are in the ranks of Lashkar and Hizbul, are bringing out frightful realities of the well-entrenched jehadi network in Kerala, especially in Kannur, Malappuram and Kochi districts.    more >

12th International Book Festival, Kochi to begin on December 5
FOC

THE International Book Festival, Kochi, (IBFK) is celebrating its 12th year of service for the book lovers. Beginning in the year 1997 the IBFK has evolved into the largest and finest book festival in the southern part of India.    more >

Bring a Bill in Parliament to accord constitutional validity to Ganga as National River?Ashok Singhal

VHP president Shri Ashok Singhal has urged the Central Government to bring a Bill in the Parliament to accord constitutional validity to the Ganga as National River.    more >

Perfidy of Kashmiriyat & Article 370
By Ram Gopal

IT is correct that Article 370 confers certain special rights and exemptions to J&K, but all of it was intended to be a temporary phase. This is very clear from the placement of Article 370 in Part XXI of the Constitution, ?Temporary, Transitional and Special Provisions?.    more >

Assam erupts in protest
By Nava Thakurai

NORTH-EAST India is not strange to conflicts. Rather this part of the country has witnessed numerous incidents of violence since long back. Killing and explosions almost became the order of the day for 50 million people of the region.    more >

Spread of jehadi network
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury in Silchar

THAT Assam would face a situation where jehadis would strike with merciless vengeance in close coordination with illegal migrants from Bangladesh in future was forewarned by the former Governor of Assam Lt. Gen (Retd.) SK Sinha in his report of November 8, 1998.    more >

Memorandum to Rashtrapati
Muslims demand separate Planning Commission

FOC

A delegation of Muslim ulemas met the President Smt. Pratibha Patil in Lucknow on September 23 and submitted a memorandum demanding her to constitute a separate Planning Commission for Muslims under the present Planning Commission of India for their uplift.    more >

Special Report
With Congress benevolence, terror spreads deep in Assam

By Nava Thakuria

THE October 30 synchronized terrorist attacks in Assam left more than 50 dead and authorities wondering if the culprits were the state?s armed separatist movement or Islamic terrorists who infiltrated in from neighboring Bangladesh.    more >

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Thinkpad

NDA?s greatest contribution to India
Kisan Credit Card Scheme for Indian Farmers

By Ram Chandra

WHEN we assess the contributions of NDA government under Atal Behari Vajpayee?s leadership, often we are led to rank its Super Highway Projects or its aggressive Nuclear Policy or the Kargil War victory or its Foreign Policy initiatives as the foremost.    more >

Media Watch

Selective suppression of news

WHY is it that our newspaper editors don?t want to ferret out the truth about any event of importance in the country? And why is it that even our television channels back out when some embarrassing facts are involved?    more >

Perspective

The lemming complex in Indian polity
By Dr Gautam Sen

THE collapse of the USSR should have constituted a grim warning to Indians. It happened with stunning rapidity and the results were profound. Russia lost much of its territory and was reduced to the status of a medium-rank power in less than four years.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Stop this linguistic chauvinism
By M.V. Kamath

PERHAPS the British were clever; or, may be, they were wise; or just indifferent, but when they set up demarcating the land they had conquered, they did so in a composite way. The presidencies that they carved out were multi-lingual.    more >

Think It Over

The idealism of Tagore
The idealism of Tagore

RABINDRANATH Tagore was an internationalist. But his roots were firmly in India?in the East. Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, in contrast, was a ?Westerniser?.    more >

Indepth

Orissa under Attack?I
What happened in Kandhamal?

By Balbir K. Punj

THE hapless tribals of Kandhamal are under seize. Relentless propraganda by the church and `secularists? has sullied the fair name of Orissa.    more >

Kids? Org

Honesty pays
By Manju Gupta

WHEN Daityaraj Bali?s army of asuras and daityas was defeated by the gods in battle, he went to Sage Shukracharya to seek a way for recovering his lost power and kingdom.    more >

Play & Learn
Noisy Helicopter

-MG

Opinion

When will the Christians accept the reality?
By MG Vaidya

OUR Christian brethren are unhappy. This is but natural considering their houses have been brunt down. Their places of worship have been desecrated.    more >

Sangh Samachar

No person passionate about the culture of this country can be a terrorist?Mohan Bhagwat

Sri Lankan government invites GKPP to train poojaris
FOC

Missionaries defaming Orissa: Sevika Samiti
FOC

Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshanji in Nanded
FOC

New website of RSS
FOC

Mohan Bhagwat in UK

VHP demands President?s Rule in Assam
FOC

Opinion

Why there are no communal riots in Pakistan and Bangladesh?
By Dr TH Chowdary

PRECEDING the Partition of India on August 14, 1947 and the creation of Islamic state of Pakistan (and Bangladesh out of it in 1971), India had been witnessing Moslem-Hindu riots for nearly a half century.    more >

Feedback

Regionalism?Where will it lead?
By Arun Sathe

THE issue raised by leader of Maharashtra Nav Nirman Sena (MNS), Raj Thackeray, deserves to be considered in a different perspective. Whatever Raj Thackeray is saying is absolutely immature and without understanding the ground realities and national politics.    more >

Readers? Forum

Questions to whitewash terrorists (Organiser, 19-10-2008);
?DAVID RAJU, 3-2-420/A, Bhagawanthapur, Hyderabad

A few students of Jamia Millia Islamia in Delhi were involved in the bomb blasts in Delhi. On September 19, 2008, the most highly-decorated police officer Mohan Chand Sharma sacrificed his life while fighting gun battle with the terrorists in Jamia Nagar.    more >




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