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December 07, 2008

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Vol. LX, No. 22, NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 07, 2008

Shanghai dream in a shambles
India's long nightmare of terror under UPA
Vacuum of a real political leadership

By A Special Correspondent

IN the 2004 election for Maharashtra assembly Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh promised to make Mumbai India's Shanghai. In the last four and a half years after Congress-NCP government assumed power in the state Mumbai has faced many nightmares. But the latest is the longest, bloodiest and the costliest. Mumbai is paralysed for the last two days. The terrorists have struck Mumbai, India's financial capital repeatedly, with vengeance. This time, the attack has crippled the country's economic nerve centre.    more >

Help victims, keep unity and vigil
Statement issued by RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan

The RSS expresses shock and anguish over the dastardly attack of the terrorists in Mumbai city that killed over 100 people including a number of policemen.    more >

Sadhvi Pragya: Truth will prevail
By Sandhya Jain

THE Maharashtra Anti Terrorism Squad (ATS) must be ruing the day it agreed to persecute Sadhvi Pragya, Lt. Col. Srikant Purohit and others on grounds of ?Hindu terror.? That the case was patently cooked up became visible from the moment the initial shock and surprise wore off, and with every passing day, as repeated police remands, narco-analysis, brain-mapping and ... more >

To make India great, get rid of treacherous harbingers of terror
By R Balashankar

THE jehadi terror that struck Mumbai in eleven centres in the mid-night of November 26-27, in which 148 people were killed and over 350 injured, is by general consent considered the most daring terror operation ever in recent memory. It was a shameful spectacle, the entire administrative machinery looked collapsed for many hours.    more >

The UPA has a lot to answer
Statement by Shri LK Advani, Leader of Opposition, on his visit to Mumbai

I visited terror-struck Mumbai on the evening of Thursday, November 27, accompanied by my colleague Shri Jaswant Singh, Leader of the Opposition in the Rajya Sabha.    more >

The challenges before Hinduism-III
Colossal Collapse of Governance

By R.K. Ohri, IPS (Retd.)

SHORTLY after 9 /11, a proclamation was made on Al Jazeera televsion channel in October 2001 that henceforth a jehad will also be waged against the so-called ?Hindu India? for occupation of Kashmir and the so-called oppression of Muslims.    more >

Sangh Samachar

It is a war against India, come together against it: VHP

CONDEMNING the gruesome jehadi attack on India?s commercial hub Mumbai on November 26, VHP president Ashok Singhal and general secretary Dr Pravin Togadia termed it a jehadi war against India and said all Indians should come together against it.    more >

Inept government invented ?Hindu terror??KS Sudarshan

ACCUSING the UPA government of politicising terrorism, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) said the centre had coined terms like ?Hindu terrorism? to cover up its failure in combating terrorism.    more >

Sonia Gandhi's anti-India ploy behind the attack on Hindu leaders, ATS lies on?Hindu terror? ?Ashok Singhal

"AN the election season, a well-thought-out conspiracy of lies and tyranny has been hatched to cover up the failures of the government on all fronts during the last five years,? said VHP president Shri Ashok Singhal, while talking to mediapersons in New Delhi on November 25.    more >

Massive demonstration by saints in Delhi

HUNDREDS of senior saints staged a demonstration in Delhi on November 26 in order to register their protest against the humiliation of saints, army officers and the conspiracy to frame innocent Hindus in Malegaon blast case.    more >

Now read Taslima Nasreen, other authors in Sanskrit
LITERARY works of well-known Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasreen and several other leading writers will soon be available in Sanskrit.    more >

The government has failed to combat terrorism
ATS is spreading the canard of ?Hindu terror??Madan Das

THE investigations by the Anti Terrorist Squad (ATS) of Maharashtra Police into the bomb blast at Malegaon in Maharashtra are mired in controversy right from day one.    more >

Dharna at Jantar Mantar by Central Excise staff

THE Superintendents of Central Excise, Customs and Service Tax from all over the country staged a dharna at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on November 11 to draw the attention of the government to their demands pertaining to promotions, pay scale, working conditions and staff position.    more >

Costly medi-care and WTO regime
Core Component of Patents System for Better Health

By BK Keayla

COMPULSORY licensing system is the core component of the patents system. The system refers to the practice by a government to authorise itself or the third parties to use the subject matter of a patent with or without the authorisation of the patent holder for reasons of public policy incorporated in the patents law of that government.    more >

Conspiracy to divide the Hindu society: Sevika Samiti

RASHTRIYA Sevika Samiti has appealed to the countrymen to pressurise the government from all means to clear the confusion developed in the country by Mumbai ATS regarding the Malegaon blasts and torture of Hindu leaders.    more >

Citizens march to protest Sadhvi torture

A large number of journalists, intellectuals, retired Army and police officers, lawyers and civil liberties activists marched from Mandi House to Faridkot House in New Delhi recently to protest against the violation of Sadhvi Pragya?s human rights and dignity by the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorism Squad, as mentioned in her sworn affidavit.    more >

Violation of Hindu Human Rights

FEDERATION of Human Rights of India (FHROI) staged a massive demonstration outside the Malaysian High Commission in New Delhi recently.    more >

Australian Christian missionary paedophile in Orissa police net

FEAR and grief boiled over into anger when a mentor was caught while committing a crime never expected of him. An Australian Christian missionary was arrested by the police in Puri on charges of sexual exploitation of the little inmates of an orphanage home in the holy city.    more >

Assamese intelligentia condemn terrorism
By Nava Thakuria

TERRORISM is the greatest threat to democracy and humanity. And the terrorists can not have any caste and religion. To deal with both the home-grown and international terrorism, a combined effort of political will and public support becomes the need of the hour.    more >

Rewrite history books to bring out the truth

UTTARAKHAND Chief Minister Maj. Gen. (retd.) BC Khanduri stressed the need of rewriting Indian history to remove the anti-national tilt given to it by the British historians. He was addressing a ceremony organised by Rashtriya Yodha Smarak Samiti in Karnal on November 16.    more >


Kerala Newsletter

Church in the dock after the arrest of two priests and a nun on rape, murder charges
By S Chandrasekhar

ALMOST 17 years after Sister Abhaya was found dead in the well of St. Pious X Convent in the Christian heartland of Kottayam, the CBI finally arrested Father Thomas Kottur, Father Jose Puthrukkayil and Sister Sephi on November 19.    more >

Special Report

Hostels for underprivileged students in pitiable condition
Notice issued to states on a petition by ABVP

By Pramod Kumar

THE Supreme Court issued notice to all the states on October 24 on a petition filed by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). In the petition, the ABVP sought directions for all the states to protect the Constitutional rights of the students of weaker sections, particularly the SCs/STs and to ensure full utilisation of the funds allocated for the education of SC/ST students.    more >

Interview of the Week

Media reports are biased. They don't see Hindu plight?Dr VS Acharya, Home Minister

In the backdrop of three suspected Naxalites and a police constable who were killed in an exchange of fire in a forest near Mavinahole in Mudigere taluk, Chikmagalur district in the early hours of November 19, this correspondent R Guru Prasad met Dr VS Acharya?Home Minister to ascertain the facts. In an exclusive interview to Organiser, Dr VS Acharya gave details of his future plans to strengthen the police force to combat Naxalism and terrorism.    more >


Karnataka by-elections will strengthen BJP

WITH the new year round the corner, it will be a grand celebration time to the Karnataka Unit of Bharatiya Janata Party as the Election Commission have announced December 27 as the date for by-elections in Karnataka and the results will be announced on December 30.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Congress: The end of an innings?
By M.V. Kamath

THE late Shri Morarji Desai, former Prime Minister of India had a favourite saying. It went thus: Satyam bruyat, priyam bruyat, na bruyat satyamapriyam. (Tell what is true, tell what is pleasant but never tell the unpleasant truth). Margaret Alva should have known that. Of course what she said about Congress tickets to Assembly elections being sold for a price is no great secret.    more >

Think It Over

An introduction to Hindu heritage
By MSN Menon

NDIA led the world of thought for millennia till it was overwhelmed by the Muslim invasions. To resume our journey, as leaders of thought, we must go back to our roots and recover the knowledge we have lost. Here is an introduction.    more >

Kids? Org

Difficult to build but easy to destroy
By Manju Gupta

KING Kritavirya was a very kind and generous man, particularly towards the priests to whom he donated alms freely. The priests, known as Bhrigus, received so much from him that they became very rich, while the king, found to his dismay, that his treasury was nearly depleted of all its wealth!    more >

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

A search for Aryan history
Saurya Gati Siddhanta, VL Deshpande, Vichar Bharati Prakashan, pp 215, Rs 300.00

British exploitation of Vanvasi life
Angrezi Shashan mein Samanti Shoshan evam Janjatiya Bhagat Andolan: Govind Guru ka Yogdan, Roopsingh Bheel, Suruchi Prakashan, pp 136, Rs 65.00

An introduction to Bharat
Bharat Parichay: Prashan Manch, Dr Harishchandra Batharwal, Suruchi Prakashan, pp 80, Rs 30.00

A cause to fight
Astha ki Vijay, Narendra Sehgal, Suruchi Prakashan, pp 88, Rs 8.00

Chomsky's expose of US doubletalk
By Vaidehi Nathan
?Interventions? Collections of Op-eds, Noam Chomsky, Open Media Series, pp 234, $ 15.95

Dalai Lama: A fight for faith
Ocean of Wisdom, The Dalai Lama, Forwarded by Richard Gere, Jaico Publishing House, pp 132, Rs 195.00

Fun with science
Plants Make Friends Too, Sukanya Dutta, Wisdom Tree, pp 61, Rs 50.00


The Aryan myth in perspective
History, science and politics

By NS Rajaram

IT is now more than a century since the Aryan Invasion Theory (AIT) made its way into history books and encyclopedias the world over, as the basis for the history of ancient India and the source of the Vedic civilization. Though linguistic in origin, the climate in which it evolved?dominated by British colonialism and ...    more >

Feed Back

Catholic nun, Hindu Swami and the politics of identity
By Saurav Basu

THE alleged rape of a Catholic nun in Kandhamal by suspected Kandh Vanvasis has intensified the Congress-led UPA government?s fascist intention to dismiss the popularly elected, two term Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik heading the BJD-BJP coalition, hypocritically disowning their own legacy of failure under Congress Chief Minister JB Patnaik.    more >

Readers? Forum

One-sided, anti-Hindu reporting (Organiser, 23-11-2008);

Of all media in India, it seems, private TV news channels are most corrupt. These private news channels give news which sound like advertisements and/or are incomplete, half true, one-sided and biased. They exaggerate a small news or twist an important news to make them sensational and give a picture which is either totally different from facts or has nothing to do with the real story.    more >

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