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October 14, 2007
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SPECIAL ON 150 YEARS OF 1857
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Vol. LIX No. 14, NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 14, 2007

At the UN; a speech that made no impact
For the first time, Sonia speaks of UPA-Left spat
Domestic politics played out in foreign land!

By Sandhya Jain

UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi?s virtual declaration that New Delhi would go ahead with the Indo-US nuclear deal despite objections from Left parties, voiced while on American soil, proves that she illegitimately continues to call the shots in the government despite her forced resignation from the cabinet-rank post of chairperson of the National Advisory Council (NAC) in July 2006.    more >

Special Report
Indians protest in US against Sonia Gandhi address on Mahatma Gandhi

By Vijay Pallod

NEW YORK: The Forum for Gandhi Heritage Organisation and other likeminded associations held a peaceful protest rally outside the United Nations headquarters on October 2.    more >

Obituary
Noted archaeologist Dr S.P. Gupta is no more

RENOWNED archaeologist and founder of the Indian History and Culture Society, New Delhi, Dr Swaraj Prakash Gupta passed away on October 3 night at a private nursing home.    more >

Editorial
There are Gandhis and Gandhis

IT is understandable that many Indians felt outraged about the UN inviting the UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi to address the general assembly to mark the adoption of the resolution to commemorate October 2 as the International Day of Non-Violence.    more >

Physical and mental liberation was Bhagat Singh?s message?K.S. Sudarshan
FOC

A mammoth public function was held at Khatkarkalan, the hometown of Sardar Bhagat Singh, in Navanshahar, Punjab, to celebrate the birth centenary of the great freedom fighter, who sacrificed his life for the nation.    more >

A SEMINAR
Sanskrit: Repository of knowledge

FOC

PALAKKAD: Sanskrit language contains an invaluable repository of information passed down the ages and its rich cultural heritage ensures that it would not die, according to Director of the Indian Institute of Scientific Heritage, Gopalakrishnan.    more >

Bookmark
Book Review by Manju Gupta

The recalcitrant neighbour - R.N.P. Singh: Bangladesh Decoded, India First Foundation, 327 pp, Rs 500.00 (hardbound)

To fight common diseases - Ajit S. Puri (Dr): Speaking of How to Prevent Common Diseases, Sterling Paperbacks, 340 pp, Rs 250.00

Tales of Shirdi Baba - Vinny Chitluri (compiler): Baba?s Rinanubandh, Sterling Paperbacks, 183 pp, Rs 200.00

Modern speech making - The Penguin Book of Modern Indian Speeches: 1877 to the Present; edited by Rakesh Batabyal: Penguin Books; pp 916, Rs 595.00
By M.V. Kamath


India?s Scientific Heritage-XXVII
Amazing discovery of the sages
- This book is available with Ocean Books (P) Ltd, 4/19 Asaf Ali Road, New Delhi-110 002
By Suresh Soni


Vanvasi kathakars felicitated in Delhi
FOC

"SHRI Ram exists in every person and every particle of India. Rejecting His existence is a punishable offence and an insult to all Indians,? said founder of Vatsalya Gram, Didi Maa Sadhvi Ritambhara.    more >

BMS workers meet in Shimla
UPA is anti-labour ?Udairao Patwardhan

FOC

HIMACHAL Pradesh unit of BMS has kicked off an agitation against the anti-workers policies of the state government. Addressing a gathering of workers who assembled at a Mahapanchayat on Vishwakarma Jayanti Day (September 17) in Shimla, BMS general secretary Shri Udairao Patwardhan said the anti-labour government has no right to stay in power.    more >

?Proud to be from an RSS family? ?Sunita Williams

AHMEDABAD: NASA astronaut Sunita Williams said while addressing a Rotary Club function in Ahmedabad in the presence of her father,...    more >

REPORTS ON RAM SETHU AGITATION
Ram Sethu Rakshak Dharma yoddha enrolment drive
FOC

INTENSIFYING the agitation against breaking of Ram Sethu, the Rameshwaram Ram Sethu Raksha Manch has announced an all-India agitation plan in two phases.    more >

RSS, VHP and BJP hail Supreme Court on TN bandh stay
FOC

BHUBANESWAR: State unit of RSS, VHP and BJP jointly hailed the Supreme Court order staying the ruling DMK-front?s statewide bandh slated for October 1, 2007 on the Sethusamudram issue, and lashed out at the Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M. Karunanidhi for politicising the issue.    more >

Sethu Samudram canal will affect Kerala coast?say experts at a seminar
By a Staff Reporter

PALAKKAD: Speakers at a memorial lecture at Puthucode, opposed the move to construct the Sethu Samudram canal, as, they said, it will affect the very survival of the Kerala coast.    more >

A resolution adopted at the seminar
Declare Ram Sethu as divyakshetram


THE assembled dignitaries scholars, scientists and all participants resolve that:-
* Rama Sethu be declared as a divyakshetram in the Hindu Rashtra tradition, in memory of Sri Rama, national hero, mentioned in the official copy of the Constitution of India in Nandalal Bose painting    more >

Dr S.R. Rao honoured with 10th Dr Wakankar award
By Pramod Kumar

NOTED Marine Archaeologist Dr S.V. Rao has been honoured with the prestigious 10th Dr Wakankar national award on September 29.    more >

Shaikshik Sangh opposes sex education
FOC

NATIONAL Executive meeting of Akhil Bharatiya Rashtriya Shaikshik Mahasangh (ABRSM) that met at Vivekananda Kendra, Kanyakumari, has warned the central government not to introduce sex education system in the country at all.    more >

A Reminiscence
A patriot intellectual colossus departs


IN the demise of Dr Swaraj Prakash Gupta, Ph.D., D.Litt., on October 3, 2007 (11.45 p.m.) the nation has lost an ardent patriot, a great scholar and an intellectual Kshatriya.    more >

BJP Yuva Morcha national convention
?One booth, ten youth?: BJP youth wing gears up for poll

By Lokpal Sethi & Shankar Agarwal in Jaipur

"ONE booth, ten youth? was the message given by BJP leadership to its generation next to get ready for the mid-term poll for Lok Sabha, at the national convention of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, held in Jaipur in the last week of September.    more >

Cover Page

Interview of the Week

"I will sacrifice my life to save Ram Sethu" : Bitta
Blames Karunanidhi, demands white paper on controversy

A nationalist to the core, All India Anti-Terrorist Front Chairman Shri M.S. Bitta is known for taking a bold stand on important issues, even if it means criticising his own Congress party or its allies.    more >

PRAVASI BHARATIYA

A story of hard work and excellent results
By Abhijit Ghosh

SHAKHA of Hindu Swayamsevak Sangh, Korea, is growing very fast at the university level. When I reached Korea nobody was known to me. I started going to every place where Hindus meet together?we have only Radha Krishna temple, Gurudwara and other Satya Sai gathering and a good number of factory labourers are there    more >

SPECIAL ON 150 YEARS OF 1857

Did Moscow play fraud on Marx??XIX
Slaves of foreign dictates

By Devendra Swarup

THE editorial in the For a Lasting Peace, For a People?s Democracy, (DHCPI, Vol VII, pp. 609-613) reflected a change in the USSR policy towards India. Now USSR wanted to use India?s non-aligned foreign policy to keep it out of Anglo-Amercian Bloc and bring indirectly into the Russian orbit.    more >

West Bengal Newsletter

Public distribution system in a mess in W. Bengal
By Ranjit Roy

A friendly request to some local CPM satraps to help prevent hoarding of rice and wheat by ration dealers in West Bengal?s most backward district Bankura had snowballed into bloody clashes where bombs, stones and bullets were exchanged freely.    more >

Kids? Org

Rule of ?Dharma?
By M.V. Kolhatkar

THE fort of Pratapgad under Satara district of Maharashtra is famous in the annals of history. The demon in the form of Afzal Khan being a trusted lieutenant of the Muslim king of Bijapur had arrived at Pratapgad with a vow to kill Shivaji the great. Because of the valour and foresight on the part of Shivaji the great, the attempt boomeranged on Afzal who had to lose his life.    more >

Play & Learn

News Analysis

MYANMAR: A requiem for the junta?
By Shyam Khosla

MILITARY Junta that has reduced Myanmar into a land of grinding poverty and repression is hell bent to perpetuate its brutish regime by crushing with an iron hand popular aspirations.    more >

Kerala Newsletter

Kerala CPM bows before land, sleaze mafia
By S. Chandrasekhar

IN the run-up to the Kerala Assembly Polls in 2006 when the Pinarayi dominated the CPM state committee, denied a seat to V.S. Atchudanandan, in a bid to stall his ascendary to Chief Ministership, thousands of people, not the CPM cadres, poured into the streets of Kerala, demanding a seat for V.S. Unnerved by this massive upsurge disregarding Pinarayi, the CPM Politburo gave the Malampuzha seat to V.S. on a platter.    more >

Agenda

Division of the people more disastrous than Partition-II
Not special rights, equal rights

Justice Dr. M. Rama Jois

AS we look at it, Article 30(1) is a sort of guarantee or assurance to the linguistic and religious minority institutions of their right to establish and administer educational institutions of their choice. Secularism and equality being two of the basic features of the Constitution, Article 30(1) ensures protection to the linguistic and religious minorities, thereby preserving the secularism of the country.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

The mocking of an India resurgent
By M.V. Kamath

WHO is ruling this country? Sonia Gandhi? Dr Manmohan Singh? Prakash Karat? Sitaram Yechury? M. Karunanidhi? Or is it Ronen Sen, the loud-mouthed Indian Ambassador in Washington? The United Progressive Alliance is showing itself as neither united nor progressive nor much of an alliance. Bureaucrats are turning out to be an indisciplined lot.    more >

Think it over

Reflections on the ancient Greeks
By M.S.N. Menon

MAN was the centre of Greek life and thought. Not God. In this, they were vastly different from Hindus. The Greeks were not a religious people. They had no sense of ethics. Their gods were not much different. ?Homer and Hesiod?, says Xenophanes, a student of Socrates, ?attribute to the gods all the acts which among men are culpable and shameful.? A stage came when the Greeks ridiculed their gods.    more >

Readers? Forum

Exposing the big lie (Organiser, 9-9-2007);
?M.S. KILPADY, Khanolkar Bhuvan CHS,

Now that the TADA Court has done its duty by punishing the guilty involved in the serial bomb blasts in Mumbai in the year 1993, the ?secularists? are hurt and they demand review and implementation of Justice B.N. Srikrishna Commission?s Report rife with double standards.    more >




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