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September 26, 2010




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Vol. LXII, No. 12, New Delhi, SEPTEMBER 26, 2010

RSS is committed to RAM TEMPLE
Will respond democratically to court ruling “Hindu terror” a misnomer

From Our Correspondent

SHRI Mohan Bhagwat, RSS Sarsanghachalak, reaffirmed the Sangh commitment to build a Ram temple on the holy site and said that a temple at the Janmabhoomi site could actually help heal the Hindu- Muslim rift. “It is about the identity of the nation... more >

US more in need of outsourcing than India
Obama’s rhetoric might be forgotten after Nov elections

Author Name Comes here

US President Barack Obama’s visit to India in November this year can be considered as historic in many sense – the hyphen between India-US-Pakistan relations is slowly changing, the markets are booming in India, a Democrat President has more public support in India than Republican and most importantly, India is constantly opening up sectors for foreign players to enter. more >

Special Report
In Ladakh, people battle for survival, politicians for votes
From: Khajuria S Kant in Jammu

EVEN as Ladakh continues to reel in the aftermath of the August 6 cloudburst that officially killed 233 people, though the state ... more >

Editorial
Health is wealth, but under UPA only the wealthy can be healthy
Author Name Comes here

HEALTH is wealth goes the adage. In post-globalisation India, it would have to be changed to wealth is health. more >

CPM, Congress vying to please the terror outfit
Politics delaying the PFI Ban

By S Chandrasekhar

MORE than 100 days after the palms of Prof TJ Joseph was cut by jehadi NDF/PFI, both the CPM and Congress are passing the buck for a ban on PFI for vote-bank politics, in approaching local body / assembly polls. more >

A one-sided riot
Muslims attack Hindus in Deganga

By Asim Kumar Mitra

ON September 6, 2010, Deganga, only 35 kilometres away from Kolkata, experienced a one-sided armed attack in an area where only Hindus live. Attackers are none else than fanatic Muslims. more >

Sangh Samachar

Yeddyurappa to woo investment from China
By R Guru Prasad

THE first BJP government in South India is constantly uttering a development mantra to improve the industrial growth as well as generating employment. more >

Visit to Tianjin Binhai New Area, Tianjin

CM, Minister for Industries, Murugesh Nirani and delegation of Karnataka visited Tianjin Binhai New Area (TBNA) located in the eastern coast of China. more >

BJP Parliamentary Delegation visits Deganga
Demands arrest of culprits

FOC

A BJP Parliamentary Delegation consisting of Shri Chandan Mitra, MP (Rajya Sabha) and Prabhari of West Bengal, and Shri Uday Singh MP (Lok Sabha), visited the Deganga Block and adjoining areas of Basirhat and Barasat in the North 24 Parganas district of West Bengal on September 9, 2010. more >

Pravasi Bharatiya
Temple officials offer apology to Sadhvi
VHP of America applauds Hindu Samaj Mandir, Mahwah for welcoming Sadhvi Ritambhara Devi

FOC

PUJYA Sadhvi Ritambhara Devi, (Didi Maa) visited the the Hindu Samaj Mandir, Mahwah, NJ, US on September 6. more >

Black money and Indian economy
PMO soft-pedalling return of tax haven wealth—Prof R Vaidyanathan

By S Chandrasekhar

DELIVERING a talk on ‘Black Money and Indian economy’ at Bharatya Vichara Kendram, Thiruvananthapuram on August 31, Prof R Vaidyanathan, of IIM Bengaluru and an international expert on corporate finance, investments, portfolio management and risk management etc., said the PMO is soft-pedalling return of ill- gotten money parked in tax— havens. more >

Sri Aurobindo’s advice and Bengali Hindus
Hindus still suffer the same as in 1935

By Anirban Ganguly

A Bengali Hindu disciple (perhaps the formidable Dilip Kumar Roy son of the legendary Bard of Bengal Dwijendralal Roy) depressed at the ongoing atrocities committed ‘by some Mohamedans on Hindu families in Bengal’ wrote to Sri Aurobindo expressing anguish. more >

“Saffron terror”
Legal notice to Frontline

FOC

FORMER Ambassador Shri OP Gupta and noted educationist and convenor of Shiksha Bachao Andolan Samiti Shri Dina Nath Batra jointly served a legal notice to Frontline for hurting ... more >

Only Jain temple in Valley destroyed
By Hemali Chhapia & Mansi Choksi

MUMBAI: Two years ago, a family from Mumbai built a temple in the lap of snow-capped mountains miles away in Srinagar. more >

Julia not the first celebrity to become Hindu
By Philip Goldberg

IT may surprise some people, the young in particular, but Julia Roberts is not the first big-time celeb to embrace elements of Hinduism and, as a result, inadvertently educate vast numbers of people about the tradition. more >

A Special Focus
Wage a war against Corruption—III
Unlimited greed feeding rampant corruption

By Justice Dr M Rama Jois (Retd)

THEREFORE when I was the Governor of Bihar, I wrote the book entitled Trivarga – Panacea for all social and political maladies and was published by Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay. more >

News Analysis
Press Council and the Media
Need for credible, self-regulation

By Shyam Khosla

PRESS Council of India’s (PCI) credibility has been grievously undermined by its opaque handling of the paid news syndrome. more >

Media Watch
Sibal and his lazy, fuzzy officials
Author Name Comes here

BEFORE we start throwing mud at other countries and other alien institutions, it is important that we do some introspection and watch out for bureaucratic arrogance and total incompetence in our own. more >

RSS calls for Hindu-Muslim unity
Author Name Comes here

FORMER RSS Sarsangha-chalak Shri KS Sudarshan called for Hindu-Muslim unity at a programme organised by the Muslim Rashtriya Manch in Bengaluru on September 15. more >

No beef at CWG
Delhi High Court directs Government to reconstitute the Board for cow protection

By Pramod Kumar

A division bench of Delhi High Court comprising of Chief Justice Deepak Mishra and Justice Manmohan directed the Government of Delhi to reconstitute the Board for supervision of the implementation of various provisions of Delhi Agricultural Cattle Preservation Act 1994, by October 31, 2010. more >

COVER PAGE


The Moving Finger Writes

The nature of American strategy
By MV Kamath

WHEN will the United States ever learn from history? And when will it stop fooling itself and the world at large? Its self-centred record of international strategy ever since the end of World War II has been, to say the least, dubious and destructive. more >

Think It Over

Can English overwhelm the world Languages?
Beyond the blah-blah

By MSN Menon

WILL the English language overwhelm other languages? No, unless of course they fail to grow. Can any language displace English to become the international language? No, English is too heavily entrenched to be uprooted. more >

A Page from The History

Vikramaditya and Salivahana
India’s golden era supressed by British historians
An intrigue exposed by Kota Venkatachalam

By Dr KM Rao, PhD

HISTORY is not a description of the destiny of a people; each civilisation develops a character of its own. Character is destiny, said Dr Radha Krishnan. It is applicable both for individuals as well as nations. more >

Kids’ Org

A lesser known woman warrior: Suja Rajpurohit
By Manju Gupta

INDIA has produced many national heroes about whom we all know, but very few would have heard or read about a woman born in an ordinary family of Rajasthan and who played a heroic role in the Mutiny of 1857. more >

Reminiscences

Chembai – The ‘Bell Metal Voiced Bhagavatar’
By VN Gopalakrishnan

CHEMBAI Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar was one of the renowned Carnatic musicians of India. He is known to the music world as Chembai, though it is the name of his hometown. more >

Bookmark

Police can cultivate civilian trust
By Manju Gupta
Enforcing Police Accountability Through Civilian Oversight, Sankar Sen, Sage Publications India Pvt Ltd, Pp 198 (HB), Rs 595.00


A guide to survive in the glitz media
By Manju Gupta
Soap!: Writing and Surviving Television in India, Venita Coelho, Collins, Pp 249 (PB), Rs 299.00


A pursuit of success with ethics
By Manju Gupta
Watch Your Ladder…Is It Leaning Against the Right Wall?, Moid Siddiqui, Macmillan Publishers India Ltd, Pp 200 (PB), Rs 195.00


A primer of career building
By idhi Mathur
Choose Your Career, Renu Saran, Diamond Books, Pp 229 (PB), Rs 125.00


Spirit and spirituality in life
By Tej N Dhar
Life’s Fragrance, Dr Madhukar Wadikar, Snehavardan Publishing House, Pune, Pp 332 (PB), Rs 200.00


A sail through the Gulf of Aden
By Nidhi Mathur
Crimson Dawn…Hijacked off Aden, Hemant M Kulkarni, Frog Books, Pp 206 (PB), Rs 225.00


War at The Wall Street Journal
How Murdoch did the impossible

By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
The Wall Street Journal: Inside the Struggle to Control an American Business Empire,Sarah Ellison, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Pp 274 (HB), $22.


King returns, this time with an epic novel
-VN
Under the Dome, Stephen King,Hachette India,, Pp 880(PB), Rs 350.00


The creative process of choosing
By Tej N Dhar
The Art of Choosing, Sheena Iyengar; London: Little Brown, Pp xiii+329 (HB), price not mentioned


Beg, borrow or steal, all is fair for a bibliophile
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan
The Groaning Shelf and other instances of book love, Pradeep Sebastian, Hachette India, Pp 295(HB), Rs 395.00


News Parade

Teesta manufacturing lies as anti-Hindu evidence
‘She influenced witnesses to wrongly testify in courts’

By Navin Upadhyay

A former close associate of social activist Teesta Setalvad has sought permission to testify before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) probing the post-Godhra riot cases about the way she influenced the witnesses to wrongly testify before courts. more >

TogadiaSpeak

American Capitalism Upside Down
By Dr Pravin Togadia

DURING a very high profile and high cost election campaign American Presidential candidate Barak Hussein Obama roared – No jobs from America will be allowed to be outsourced to India. (Why India ONLY? He never mentioned Korea, where half of Hollywood animation films are being outsourced for processing for cheaper costs! more >

Readers’ Forum

Organiser is 62 years old
—PUSPHA RANI SHARMA, Kanpur

I am happy to know that , Organiser weekly is now about 62 years old. Every week, this reputed weekly reaches the doors of thousands of readers and apprise them of the happenings around the world. Articles in the paper are fact based and to the point. more >




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