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April 15, 2007
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April 15, 2007




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Vol. LVII, No. 40, New Delhi, April 15, 2007

UP?s minority politics gets a rap from judiciary
By Aditya Pradhan

SO it?s official now. Muslims are not in minority in UP. The High Court ruling on Thursday makes it amply clear that according to census reports, nearly one in five people in the state is a Muslim. Honestly, that is not a great revelation. Anyone who walks on the streets of Allahabad, Lucknow or even Banaras would know the demography.    more >

Is India, China growth unsustainable?
By Aditya Pradhan

MARK Tully?s first book on India is now becoming prophetic. In his book No full stops in India, Tully had explained that the western concepts could never be extended to countries like India when gauging the national progress and development. If every Indian family owns a car, a television, a refrigerator, etc. will the planet have enough resources left? Think about it.    more >

West Bengal Newsletter

Madrasas dot Indo-Bangla border
By Basudeb Pal

MOSQUES and madrasas are mushrooming in the Indo-Bangladesh border of Assam and West Bengal. Mainly in the areas of Assam?s Dhubri, Barpeta, Bangaingaon district along with Coochbehar district of West Bengal.    more >

Editorial
Communalism manifest
Search for an agenda to empower Hindus

IF appealing to voters on communal lines was a good enough reason to disqualify a party, as former Prime Minister V.P. Singh has asked the Election Commission, then all the so-called secular parties should have long been disbanded.    more >

Gujarat growth graph climbing new heights
From Saroj Sharma in Gandhinagar

THOUGH assembly elections in Gujarat are scheduled to take place in December, Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is already in election mode. And rightly so.    more >

Sethusamudram Project can destroy Kerala
By S. Chandrasekhar

INAUGURATING the 10-day Sri Ramanavami Hindu Maha Sammelan, organised by Sree Ramadasa Ashram (of Swami Satyananda Saraswathi who attained samadhi recently) on March 31, at Thiruvananthapuram, Dr. Murli Manohar Joshi, Senior BJP leader, M.P. and former HRD Minister, said the Sethusamudram project will destroy the Rama Sethu, which is revered by crores of Hindus.    more >

Alluring to convert
Sriganganagar episode exposes a Christian plot
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

A recent incident in agriculturally rich Sriganganagar district has exposed the claim of the Church and its missionaries that they are not luring the innocent people to Christianity by offering them bribes and promising jobs.    more >

Conservative Estimates
Posco impasse is bad for Orissa, India
Reds conspire against progress

By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

INDIA has been called a rich land inhabited by poor people. For, the country has been endowed with huge natural and human resources, yet a large number of people live below the poverty line and the per capita income is a fraction of what many Asian countries can boast of.    more >

Finding Sirpur, a village, a great heritage
By Chitra Ramaswamy

SIRPUR was a happening place 1,300 years ago. After centuries of remaining in oblivion, today it has captured its rightful place on the tourist map of Chhattisgarh.    more >

Puri seer demands protection of Ram Sethu
By Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

PURI Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati has given a clarion call to save the holy bridge ?Sethu Bandh? established by Sri Ram during the Ramayan days.    more >

Nepal: Cultural whirlwind
By Sandhya Jain

NEPAL Prime Minister Girija Prasad Koirala will go down in modern history as the leader who brought ruination upon his nation.    more >

COVER PAGE

The Moving Finger Writes

Murderers at large

HASN?T the time come for the world to unite and tell the United States that its hegemony is not acceptable any longer and that its deliberate lies will no longer be tolerated?    more >

Media Watch

Is journalism a dying profession ?

WRITING in The Hindu (March 7), Jeff Jarvis, a professor of Journalism at the City University of New York raised what he called two important questions. He said: ?First, why teach journalism? Aren?t newspapers and news doomed?    more >

Kids? Org

The Jacob Diamond
The writer can be contacted indiamahesh@gmail.com)

IT was a diamond, little known to people today, which was worth Rs 400 crore as of date, named after its dealer Alexander Jacob. ?The Jacob Diamond?, a gem with 58 facets, 39.5 mm long, 29.25 mm wide and 22.5 mm deep. It weighs 184.5 metric carats. It is a dramatic and spectacular treasure, a mind blowing object to ever look at.    more >

Play & learn
Pine Tree

Bookmark

God and the balance sheet
By Manju Gupta
Dwarkanath Pandey: Can God Improve My Balance Sheet?, Sterling Paperbacks, 126 pp, Rs 150.00


IN this self-help book by focusing on the enhancement of one?s insight to seek an understanding of the working of one?s mind, the author, an entrepreneur, advises that success is not attained through a simple and straight-forward strategy.    more >

Tribute to classical dance
Shovana Narayan: Indian Classical Dances, New Dawn Press, 78 pp, Rs 99.00

INDIA is endowed with a rich cultural heritage founded on the profound faith of the Indians on religion. If one were to trace the history of Indian classical dance, one would find that the temples provided an ideal platform for expression of many forms of art, particularly dance, which had bhakti or devotion, as its underlying essence.    more >

A tale of Hindu genocide in Kashmir
Girdhari Lal Jalali: Jihad in Kashmir - A Critical Analysis, Vakil Publications, 286 pp, Rs 500.00

A number of books on the above subject have flooded the market since the onset of insurgency in Jammu & Kashmir, the Kashyap?s land.    more >

Agenda

UPA has no policy or interest to confront Maoists
By Jagmohan

HOW could national security be safeguarded and the country spared of bloodshed and brutality? A number of measures could be suggested. On account of space-constraint, however, I would spell out here only two of these suggestions, one relating to politics and the other to economy.    more >

India That is Bharat

For a simplified history
Satiricus

JESUS CHRIST! It seems raising a controversy over Jesus Christ has become a favourite pastime with Christians everywhere. And the controversies are so scholarly that soft-brained Satiricus finds it as hard to understand Christianity as he has found it to understand Islam. In fact, this Hindu simpleton who has no problem bowing to Rama and Krishna without question is not a little taken aback to see that all sorts of doubts have dogged Christ?s footsteps for centuries.    more >

News Analysis

Sumangali Scheme
A new form of bondage in Tamil Nadu

By Girish Awasthi

THE Sumangali Scheme was introduced a decade ago by the owners of textile units in Coimbatore. On the face of it, the scheme looks quite simple and attractive. Jobs are given to young, unmarried girls, mainly between 16 and 20 years of age, for a period of three years. On completion of three years, the girls are promised for Rs 30,000 to Rs 50,000 in bulk, ostensibly for their marriage.    more >

Readers? Forum

Hindus in Malaysia approach UN for help (Organiser, 18-3-2007);
?KSHATRIYA DEOLAL, Ujjain Kutir, Auddi Bungalow, Jhumri Telaiya, Koderma, Jharkhand

Your agonising report, depicting demolition of Hindu temples in Malaysia, is suffice to conclude how Muslim-dominated countries are embracing fundamentalism and bigotry. In Islam, ?idolatry is an abominable sin? (Q31.13). Demolition of temples and breaking of idols is a pious and rewarding religious act.    more >




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