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March 28, 2010

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Vol. LXI, No. 38, New Delhi, March 28, 2009

A Bill that makes Indian lives cheaper
Nuclear Liability Bill totally tilted against Indians

By OP Gupta, IFS (Retd)

SO far there is no specific legal regime in place in India to tackle the complex question of speedy compensation in the event of a nuclear mishap nor is India a member of any related international convention on this matter. Therefore, it is both necessary and desirable that the Government of India should put in place a national law to fill up this vacuum particularly when more atomic power stations are going to be constructed in India with foreign assistance.    more >

A campaign to save river, clean environment
From A Special Representative

INCREASING pollution of Indian rivers, coupled with decreased flow rates and declining water quality, is a matter of serious concern in these times of escalating water-stress. The consequences for Indian agriculture and the economy as a whole are grave, particularly with regard to the country’s food security.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Why are Islamists up in arms against the world ?
By Dr Jay Dubashi

JOSEPH Stalin and his brother-in-arms Mao Zedong, were the greatest terrorists this world has seen, with the exception perhaps of Genghis Khan and Attila the Hun. They ruled through terror, which is also what Adolf Hitler did, though on a smaller scale. Between Stalin and Mao, they massacred 50 million people, just because they didn’t like them or terror was the only weapon they knew how to use.    more >

Maya fiddled as Bareilly burnt

For more than sixteen days Bareilly has been smouldering. This, sleepy, communally sensitive, city with a 27 per cent Muslim population has undergone the longest-ever curfew in recent memory. And there is no end to the people’s suffering as politics has overtaken the priority of the administration to keep the law and order.    more >

Special Report
Bareilly under curfew for over a fortnight, Hindus starve, shops looted and burnt
Congress fans Muslim communalism in UP

By Pramod Kumar

THE Muslim appeasement politics on the part of Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP), Samajwadi Party (SP) and Congress again demonstrated its ugly face—now in Bareilly town of Uttar Pradesh. The city remained under curfew for more than two weeks and lost the property worth crores of rupees.    more >

Sangh Samachar

The Hindu Diaspora In the Middle East
No freedom of religion!

By Antony Kuriakose

HINDUS consisted of 80 per cent of the population of India in 2001. Naturally one would expect the same percentage to be present, wherever the Indian diaspora is considered. But in the Middle East (based on USA Government data), the number of Hindus is as follows:    more >

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar flays artist for nude painting
From Gautam Vig

IT’s unfortunate that there is much hue and cry about M F Husain giving up Indian citizenship. While India has a policy of free expression, one cannot accept blatant insult to the heroes of its land. It is the intention behind a man’s creativity which is questionable.    more >

Balagokulam to host Krishnayanam 2010
By S Chandrasekhar

'BALAGOKULAM’, the largest children’s organisation in Asia and a RSS branch is organising an international children’s get together on 3rd and 4th of April at Thekingadu Maidan, the venue of the world’s famous ‘Thrissur Pooram’.    more >

Kerala Christians set to invade Konkan

INDIAN Express Kochi edition has reported that Kerala Christians have clandstinely purchased over 10,000 acres of fertile land in Konkan region of Karnataka. A huge Christian exodus is all set to invade the Konkan region shortly.    more >

Prime Minister misleading Parliament on pensions of defence veterans
By Maj Gen (Retd) Satbir Singh

THE reason why our Hon’ble Prime Minister brushed aside the issue of pensions of Defence personnel in the Parliament on March 3, 2010 and again on March 5, 2010 is not known.    more >

MNIK : The hype and the reality

LEAVING trade publicists spinning further, My Name Is Khan (MNIK) crashed by around 70 per cent again over its 2nd weekend. In India, the film could barely net over eight crore; helped comparatively by Mumbai’s 65 per cent crash compared to the blowout in places like Indore (on a 80 per cent + nosedive) in middle India.    more >

FINS’ two-day convention on national security
Combat terrorism with firm determination—Mohan Bhagwat

By Ravindra Saini

"IT is essential to understand three things—home policies, security and the national policy. But it is matter of regret that our neighbouring countries have already formulated their national policies and they act according to them only, but we have not yet decided our vision in this direction,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat.    more >

“Beleaguered, besieged CPM”
Karat’s remark triggers a lurmoil in Bengal CPI(M)

By Ranjit Roy

KOLKATA: The CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat has admitted during a recent interview with the British Marxist historian Eric Hobsbawm that his party in West Bengal is expected to do “very badly” in the next Assembly elections, slated for May, 2011.    more >

Condolence meeting in New Delhi
Tributes by leaders
Nanaji promoted the idea of village self-reliance
A life dedicated to the service of the poor and needy — Mohan Bhagwat


"NANAJI Deshmukh lived his life as a true swayamsevak. He did not move with the existed flow rather turned the society to his own path. He made the society strong and self-dependent. His experiments in Chitrakoot and surrounding areas are unparallel examples This work should continue,” said RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri Mohan Bhagwat.    more >

Food subsidy used for hoarding by FCI at public expense jacking up market prices
By Shivaji Sarkar

FOOD subsidy has become a simple tool for hoarding at public expense and bleeds the consumer with higher food prices. It needs to be looked at whether the subsidy is helping the farmers and consumers or the big traders - the national and multi-national corporate.    more >

‘Demonise Modi’ brigade has failed to undermine Gujarat CM’s acceptability across the land
By Shyam Khosla

ANTI-HINDU brigade comprising of pseudo-liberals, sections of media and professional propagandists masquerading as human rights activists never let go even half a chance to demonize Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi.    more >

Cover Page

Special Report

Indians can live and work anywhere in the country
From Jyoti Lal Chowdhury, Silchar, Assam

MOHAN Bhagwat, Sarsanghachalak of the RSS, slammed the UPA Government for its incompetence to deal with the ever widening threat – perception from across the borders and expressed his serious concern at the bellicosity of Pakistan and China, conspiracy of anti Indian activities by Maoists in Nepal and jihadi elements in Bangladesh.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The futility of talks with Pakistan
By MV Kamath

IN 1954, on my way to the United States aided by a US travel grant, I visited Germany. It was nine years since the second World War ended. The Marshal Plan for rebuilding Germany had come into operation but cities like Berlin and Hamburg were still in a sad state of disrepair.    more >

Think It Over

Foreign historians on India
By MSN Menon

IT is said that Indians have no history. This is only partly true. India’s vast literature of legends, mythologies and epics—they form the storehouse of our history. These are nor fairy tales.    more >

Kids’ Org

A Holy in Vijayanagar
By Manju Gupta

ON the occasion of every Holi, King Krishnadeva Raya organised a competition to declare the ‘Fool of Fools’ and as expected Tenali Raman invariably managed to win the award. This time the courtiers decided that under no condition would they allow Tenali Raman to emerge victorious.    more >

Atharva Veda

THE Atharva Veda is also known as the Brahma Veda. It is a very exhaustive study of subjects ranging from diseases and their cure, construction of buildings, trade and commerce, statecraft, penance, propitiatory rites and high philosophical ideas.    more >


A perceptive study of Indian military history
By Manju Gupta
The Rise of Indian Military Power, Maj. Gen. (Retd) G.D. Bakshi, KW Publishers Pp 347 (HB), Rs 780.00

The brave police officer Kamte, martyred on 26/11
By Manju Gupta
To The Last Bullet: The Inspiring Story of Braveheart – Ashok Kamte, Ameya Prakashan, Pp 130 (HB), Rs 300.00

Power and business potential of wireless loop
By Lokesh Kumar
Viral Loop: The Power of Pass-It-On, Adam L Penenberg, Hachette, Pp 222 (PB), Rs 350.00

Read this to know about Congress working
By RN Pal
Working of the Congress Party, RC Prasad, Classical Publishing Company, Pp 223, Rs.500.00

Sita: The icon of liberated Indian womanhood
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
In Search of Sita, Revisiting Mythology, edited by Malashri Lal & Namita Gokhale, Penguin, Pp 270 (PB), Rs 399.00

A subtle novel set in the World War II hate syndrome
The Glass Room, Simon Mawer, Hachette India, Pp 405 (PB), Rs 550.00

Yet another Hindu-basher, in the guise of academic work
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
The God Market How Globalization is making India More Hindu; Meera Nanda, Random House India, Pp 240(HB), Rs 395.00


Treatment of cancer by traditional Indian system
By Dr K P Hardas

MY clinical experiences are based on my 33 years of practice in England. I have seen the horrible results of cytotoxic therapy (Chemotherapy is not a correct word. Even antibiotics are chemotherapy).    more >

Media Watch

Budget bash in the media

FEBRUARY each year is a budget presentation month. First to be presented is the railway budget that is eagerly awaited, primarily because, one suspects, people want to know whether railway fares have been increased or lowered, their primary concern.    more >


The seeds of discord
By Dr Pravin Togadia

“HEY men, leave your sisters, mothers, daughters and wives behind for us and you get lost from here”—This was written on the school-walls and even on the breasts of frightened women in 1990. Those who “quack quack” about History Vs modern era and “moderatism” should know that 1990’s Kashmir is not really a history.    more >

Readers’ Forum

The UPA Food Minister talking up milk prices too! (Organiser, 21-2-2010);

After sugar, Food Minister Shri Sharad Pawar eyes milk. Shri Pawar opined that since milk is not adequately available in north India, there is demand to hike its prices. This opinion provokes queries like: What does cause price rise? Is it due to short supply?    more >

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