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November 19, 2006
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Vol. LVIII, No. 19, New Delhi, November 19, 2006

Lotus blooms again
The BJP is back with a bang in UP
Gains in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh

By R. Balashankar

THE BJP is on a comeback trail in Uttar Pradesh, if the civic poll trend is any indication. With the assembly election only three months away, the BJP has made handsome gains, winning eight of the twelve UP Mayoral seats.    more >

The Chinese comrades
Port to air cargo security concerns
By Vaidehi Nathan

THE National Security Council (NSC) has warned against issuing licenses to the Great Wall Airlines of China to operate cargo facilities at and between Chennai and Mumbai airports.    more >

Column
A policy for creating a nationalist youth
Putting to use demographic potential

By Subramanian Swamy

THE world over today, there is talk of the ?demographic dividend? that India will receive over the next forty years. Now what does that exactly mean? For decades since Independence in 1947 we had been...    more >

Editorial
BJP?s hope
R. Balashankar

THE BJP has once again proved its resilience. In every election after the 2004 Lok Sabha debacle, the BJP has performed better and the Congress lost ground. Yet, the political wisdom, in the elite media circuit, was that the BJP was on the decline and the Congress on a revival path.    more >

Congress sealed in capital chaos
By Geeta

BESIDES being the capital city state, Delhi is among India?s top centres for business and trade. Doing trade is not only business in the capital city but a tradition here that dates back to medieval India.    more >

Interview of the Week
No threat to BJP-JD(s) coalition, it's smooth running?H.D. Kumaraswamy


In an exclusive interview for Organiser with senior journalist K.G. Suresh, Kumaraswamy responds to all the controversies surrounding his government and delineates its achievements, challenges and ambitious plans ahead.    more >

Virat Hindu sammelan in Shimla
Clash of faiths vitiating world peace?Sarsanghachalak

RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri K.S. Sudarshan has said the clash between Islam and Christianity would cause death of crores of innocent people in the world. ?Such a situation is about to arise because both these forces are destructive.    more >

HAV, ABVP rally against terrorists
S.C.

THE Sonia Gandhi-led UPA did not have the guts to hang Afzal on October 20, but the HAV and ABVP activists hanged the effigies of this criminal involved in the attack on Indian Parliament.    more >

Pak-printed currency, land-buying spree
Terror thriving in Left Kerala

By S. Chandrasekhar

OWING to the massive support the CPM and its allies received from separatist groups like PDP, INL, Jamaat-e-Islami, NDF, regrouped elements of banned SIMI etc., the terrorist are having a free run, with the administration and police turning a blind eye to their anti-national activities.    more >

APJ Abdul Kalam extols RSS veteran
FOC

PRESIDENT Dr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on November 1 lavished praise on veteran Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Pracharak Shri Nanaji Deshmukh, commending to the nation the litigation-free model of resolving disputes he had devised.    more >

A tribute to Gandhian thinker Dharampal
SHRI Dharampal, the author of The Beautiful Tree and Indian Science and Technology in the Eighteenth Century, among other seminal works, passed away on October 24 at Sevagram (Gandhi?s ashram) near Wardha (Maharashtra). The cremation was held at Sevagram on October 26.    more >

Missionaries try to divide and convert Hindu society
By Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

THE writers of Oh you Hindu Awake, Prof. Hadwa Dom and Dr R.K. Chatterji, have defamed the Hindu gods, goddesses and leaders in a very abusive tone in their book.    more >

With combined efforts we can stop the conversions
Samachara Bharati, Andhra Pradesh

ON the eve of Shri Guruji Birth Centenary Celebration, the Andhra Pradesh utsava samithi conducted a programme on October 24, with saints and sadhus from all corners of Hyderabad in the auditorium of Telugu University, Nampally. more >

China?s river plan worries India
By Indrani Bagchi

A controversial Chinese plan?currently on the boil in Beijing, that involves damming the Brahmaputra river and diverting 200 billion cubic metres of water annually to feed the ageing Yellow river ? is giving sleepless nights to the Indian government.    more >

Hanging of a terrorist-killer
By Ravinder Raj

IN Jammu and Kashmir, the present Chief Minister and his predecessors are all advocating the cause of the terrorist Afzal Guru having roots in Pakistan and where youngsters are raising processions/slogans with a mission faithful to Pakistan and where Indian defence forces are always under attack with ill-motivated aims.    more >

Patel was a great constructive genius
By Jagmohan

NO one in modern India has achieved so much in such a short time as Sardar Patel did. On his birth anniversary on October 31, it should be both timely and instructive to recall his many-splendoured contribution in various arenas of public life, particularly when the country has lost the constructive impulse for which Patel was justifiably famous.    more >

College students meet in Sriganganagar
FOC

A college students? meet was organised in Sriganganagar, Rajasthan, to celebrate the birth centenary of Shri Guruji on October 5. The function began at 7.30 am and concluded at 1.30 pm. Besides the physical activities, the meet also included intellectual activities including question-answer session and bauddhik.    more >

J&K observes Accession Day on October 27
From Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

TO mark the landing of Indian troops on the soil of Jammu and Kashmir, October 27 was observed as Accession Day in the state. Various function in this connection were organised wherein people remembered the martyrs who sacrificed their lives in safeguarding the valley from tribal marauders.    more >

How Indian Army saved Kashmir in 1947
ON October 22, 1947, kabailis (tribesmen), backed by regular Pakistani army, attacked Jammu and Kashmir. To prevent the kabailis from occupying more areas, the Indian Army, with the Indian Air Force, landed in Srinagar on October 27 and since then the day is celebrated every year as Martyrs Day and also as Infantry Day. more >

VHP's workshop in Kolkata
Author Name Comes here

A workshop was held to inspire and strengthen Vishwa Hindu Parishad on October 29, 2006, at Kalyan Bhavan, Kolkata.    more >

COVER PAGE

Statescan

Sacrifice for the society like Rana Pratap?Mohan Bhagwat
FOC

"THE pledge of continuous fight that Maharana Pratap had taken to liberate the country and to protect the Hindu culture needs to be followed today. The best way to pay tribute to such a great personality is that we should become like him,? said RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat while unveiling the statue of Rana Pratap at Pt. Pratap Narayan Mishra Saraswati Shishu Mandir in Khiri, Uttar Pradesh.    more >

Seminar in Patan to celebrate Shri Guruji?s birth centenary
FOC

A seminar on ?Challenges to the internal security of the nation? was organisd to celebrate the birth centenary of Shri Guruji at Rang Bhavan of Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan, recently.    more >

Terrorists are VIPs in J&K jails
From Prakriiti Gupta in Jammu

TERRORISTS in Jammu and Kashmir are having gala time in prisons. From exclusive rooms to colour Television sets, the militants are enjoying all electronic gadgets from mobile phones to coolers, music systems etc inside the prisons and the shocking aspect is that it is happening in high profile Kot Bhalwal prison where dreaded foreign and local terrorists are housed.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

India should not show up as soft state
By M.V. Kamath

SHOULD Mohammad Afzal involved in the attack on Parliament on December 13, 2001 be hanged? For the last several weeks a virulent debate has been going on and had there been no appeal against the death sentence pronounced by the Supreme Court, the man would have been hanged on October 20, and the matter would have ended there. more >

Kids Org

Curse of innocent blood
By M.V. Kolhatkar

YUDHISHTHIRA played dice with Kauravas. He was defeated in the game. As per the terms of the game, Pandavas lost the kingdom and they had to pass 12 years of exile in the forest and one year thereafter in incognito.    more >

Greed will destroy
By Manju Gupta

ONE day two rams began to fight with each other. What began as a minor tussle soon acquired serious proportions and the fight became fierce, both charging at each other and entangling their horns in the process.    more >

Bookmark - Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

The invisible India
Ramnika Gupta (ed.): Indigenous Writers of India (Vol. 1), Concept Publishing Company, 227 pp, price not given

Fear is the key
J.P. Vaswani: Kill Fear, Sterling Paperbacks, 144 pp, Rs 100.00

A philosophy of poetry
Seth Ram Niwas Gupta: Springs of Indian Heritage (Bharatiya Virasat ke Nirjhar), S.R.D. Publications, 222 pp, Rs 300.00

A Report

VHP alumni meet in Banswara
VHP Sewa projects a hit in Banswara?Madan Das

FOC

THE alumni and senior activists of various schools run by the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in Banswara region of Rajasthan for the last 30 years assembled at the Bharat Mata Mandir of Banswara on October 29 to show their commitment to the society and also to the projects, which mould their life.    more >

Media Watch

Of circulation and competition
Narad

FOR years, indeed practically from the day it was established in Delhi, Hindustan Times was the preferred newspaper for nationalist Delhi-wallahs. It had to compete with The Statesman, once British-owned, whose editorial staff had easy access to the British sahibs running the administration.    more >

India That is Bharat

An official rewriting of History of Time
Satiricus

ONE simple thing that simply stumps this simpleton is, in his personal opinion, this business of a personal opinion. To Satiricus's simplistic mind, every one of us is a person, and every person has an opinion,...    more >

Feedback

Missionary education in Colonial India: An analysis
By M. Christhu Doss, CHS, JNU

IT should be noted here that a missionary is not a new phenomenon in this country. For the last 500 years at least there have been foreigners coming in to the country to preach Christianity to the people here.    more >

Readers? Forum

Is the media anti-Hindu (Organiser, 22-10-2006);
?S.D. Laghate, Sankata Mochan Ashram

Deepavali Special covers almost all the aspects of the subject. It cannot be denied that there is a revulsion about everything Hindu in the minds of those who own and run the media channels.    more >




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