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November 14, 2010




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Vol. LXII, No. 19, New Delhi, NOVEMBER 14, 2010

RSS to protest against Congress conspiracy to link it to terror
To launch nationwide agitation from November 10

By Pramod Kumar

OUTRAGED at the Congress sponsored political conspiracy to defame the Sangh and linking some of its leaders to terror activities, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) has decided to hit the streets all over the country on November 10. As part of the protest, the Sangh will organise dharnas at district level all over the country.    more >

Congress in EVM stew
EVM is perfect in Delhi, tamperable in Gujarat!

By GVL Narasimha Rao

OVER the past few months, the public disenchantment with the Congress party led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government has been growing steadily with the various misdeeds of the Manmohan Singh government coming to light. Perhaps, this is the sole instance of a popularly elected government at the Centre losing its public esteem and inviting public wrath in such a short period after assuming office.    more >

Thinking Aloud
Islam has to come to terms with modernity

IN my column last week, I wrote about a series of meetings we had with some Muslim friends right after the fall of the domes of the so-called Babri structure. They had asked for the meeting and we had promptly agreed.    more >

Editorial
Sangh agitation to expose Congress ploy

THE Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh has decided to launch a nation-wide campaign to protest the UPA government’s vicious attempts to implicate Sangh workers in fabricated terror trials.    more >

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh
Accession of J&K is full and final
Akhil Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal, Yugabd 5112, Jalgaon, October 29-31, 2010


Resolution—1
Talk of autonomy is treason
AKHIL Bharatiya Karyakari Mandal expresses serious resentment over the way the present turbulence in the Kashmir Valley is being handled by both the State and Central governments.    more >

Kerala Civic polls
Left routed, UDF win, BJP consolidates


BJP wins 6 seats in Thiruvananthapuram Corporation. Reminds of the Hindu Munnani win three decades ago.

THE Congress led UDF has made spectacular gains in the local body polls for which final counting took place on October 31. The CPM has been badly mauled, losing control of corporations, municipalities and panchayats which it has been ruling, for almost four decades.    more >

Sangh Samachar

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A workable agenda to get cracking
By MV Kamath
Inspired India; Ideas to Transform a Nation, Neelesh Misra and Zara Murao (ed), Harper Collins, Pp 234, Rs 399.00.

Dalai Lama: The iconic freedom fighter
By Ashish Joshi
The Secret Lives of the Dalai Lama: Holder of the White Lotus, Alexander Norman, Abacus, Pp 446 Rs 818.00

An interesting science thriller
-M.G.
Kayakalpa: The Elixir of Everlasting Youth (English translation from Assamese), Lakshmi Nandan Bora, Niyogi Books, Pp 274, Rs 365.00

A lighthearted fiction with hilarious twists
Love in a Headscarf, Shelina Zahra Janmohamed, Amaryllis, Pp 288, Rs 295.00

A tribute to Einstein as a study in Quantum Physics
By Manju Gupta
Remembering Einstein: Lectures on Physics and Astrophysics, B.V. Sreekantan (ed.), Oxford University Press, Pp 148 (HB), Rs 445.00

A gripping science fiction for children
The Fang of Summoning, Giti Chandra, Hachette India, Pp 266 (PB), Rs 250.00

A quest in economics of equity
By Jayant Patel
Economic Discrimination in Modern India, Sukhadeo Thorat and Katherine S. Newman (eds.), Oxford University Press, Pp 377(PB), Rs 750.00

Find the winner in you
—MG
There is a Winner in You, Dharmesh S. Jain, Macmillan, Pp 132 (HB), Rs 425.00

COVER PAGE


Diplomacy

US President’s visit could be harbinger of change
India can benefit more if the govt plays the cards well

By Aditya Pradhan

“We don’t want to be part of arming you against India, so let me be very clear about that”, US President Barack Obama told Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari a few days ago just as his plans to visit India on a business trip firmed up.    more >

Pravasi Bharatiya

A unique camp for Hindu community volunteers and their families
FOC

A distinctive two-day Hindu Heritage Camp was organised by Hindu Council of New Zealand for the Hindu community volunteers and their families. The camp was primarily organised to bring the volunteers and their families together, and to enrich their children with age-old traditions and culture.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

India and Japan: A continuing relationship
By MV Kamath

THOUGH India had little contact over the centuries with both China and Japan, it nevertheless had some high regard for China because of cultural—mostly Buddhist—association. During medieval times Chinese scholars like Hsuan Tsang and Fa Hian had visited Nalanda and had written glowingly about India’s great centre of learning and China as a civilization commanded respect.    more >

Think it Over

The basic unity of Hindu Gods
Vedic gods and Puranic gods

By MSN Menon

THE Devas and Asuras had a common father, but their mothers were different. There was little affection between the two brothers.    more >

INTERVIEW OF THE WEEK

It’s Caste Vs Growth
Bihar is the fastest growing state thanks to NDA


A highly qualified doctor, the present Bihar State BJP president, Dr CP Thakur enjoys an equal name in the medical and social fields besides politics. He stands awarded with Padmashri and BC Roy National Award.    more >

Media Watch

The song and dance about UN Security Council membership

SO India has been voted in as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for a two-year period (2011-2013) by a huge majority. It received the backing of 187 out of 192 countries which must be something of a record.    more >

News Analysis

Freedom to spread treason!
Traitors should be arrested under sedition law

By Shyam Khosla

A 100-odd educated middle class ladies belonging to BJP Mahila Morcha held a half an hour non-violent demonstration at Delhi residence of the controversial social activist Arundhati Roy. Her husband, Pradip Krishen, later complained to the police that the demonstrators broke a few flower pots kept outside the house and dispersed before the arrival of the police.    more >

Response

Rahul should have learned something from Nehru
The first Prime Minister invited RSS to participate in the Republic Day Parade

By Balramji Das Tandon

IF only the Congress general secretary had just remembered his forefathers, he would have acquired the good sense to distinguish between the national and anti-national forces. By painting the nationalist organisation, the Rashtriya Swaymamsevak Sangh with the same brush as the Student Islamic Movement India (SIMI) ...    more >

Readers’ Forum

Think before criticising
—MSN MENON, 50B,Pkt-I, Mayur Vihar, Phase I, Delhi-91

I think it is high time to respond to the letters of Shri Anand Prakash, criticising me blindly for my articles published in Organiser. According to him, I am a confused man, that I have no knowledge of Hindu literature. Well, I must be a consummate fraud if I have been able to cheat the Editor of Organiser, for five years. I have written about 230 articles in Organiser, most of them on Hinduism.    more >




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