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September 23, 2007

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Vol. LIX No.11, New Delhi, September 23, 2007

Outrage, blasphemy!
?Ram did not exist. No Ram, no Ram Sethu,? says Sonia?s UPA

By R. Balashankar

NOT even the British or the Mughals would have made this outrageously inane statement. The centre?s affidavit before the Supreme Court where it vilified the existence of Sri Ram only shows the UPA government is totally out of sync with the people it is ruling.    more >

The Ram Sethu is our heritage

By Subramanian Swamy

THE Dravidian Kazhagam, a British imperialist stooge organisation, has recently threatened to burn the Ramyana in a public protest against ?Aryan Supremacy? for opposing the destruction of the Ram Sethu in the implementation of the Sethusamudram Canal Project.    more >

Save Ram Sethu to save Bharat
By J.G. Arora

THOUGH as per Arnold Toynbee, ?Civilizations die from suicide, not murder?, a unilateral war is being waged by anti-Hindu forces to wipe out Hinduism and Hindu heritage from earth the way other native cultures and religions have been erased all over the globe.    more >

Interview of the week
Tourism to get a boost in Uttarakhand?Prakash Pant

SHRI Prakash Pant, Minister of Tourism in Uttarakhand government, is going to provide air connectivity to the tourists within one year. The government has joined hands with some private companies for this purpose. Organiser representative Ravindra Saini spoke to Shri Pant...    more >

Sonia wants to rewrite the civilisational identity of our ancient nation?L.K. Advani
By Deepak Kumar Rath

WITH the UPA government claiming in an affidavit before the Supreme Court that Lord Ram did not exist and that the Ramayana has no historical basis, it is clear that the Congress party?s pseudo-secularism has degenerated into sadist-secularism, said Opposition leader in the Lok Sabha Shri L.K. Advani after an emergency meeting of the BJP-office bearers in New Delhi.    more >

Hindu religious sentiments hurt?Rajnath Singh

BJP National President Shri Rajnath Singh said that the Law Ministry?s decision to file a supplementary affidavit before the Hon?ble Supreme Court proves that the government had indeed committed a mistake in filing the controversial affidavit. Shri Rajnath Singh said this while answering a question before the press at Agartala.    more >

Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

Indian diplomacy after globalisation
Prakash Nanda (ed.): Rising India: Friends and Foes, Lancer Publishers, 385 pp, Rs. 795.00

A view on Islam
Rudra Pratap Chattopadhyaya: The Quran for the Stupid Indians; Vinoba Bhave: Rafiq Zakaria, Amrita Saran Prakashan, 100 pp, Rs 100.00

The stress and strains in India
T.H. Chowdary (Dr): India Under Strain, ACTMS Publication, 328 pp, Rs 100.00

India?s Scientific Heritage-XXIV
Measurement of time

By Suresh Soni

Sikh perspective on religion
Arvind Sharma: The Philosophy of Religion?A Sikh Perspective, Rupa & Co., pp 300, Rs. 595

Thoughts on Raja-yoga
Bo Yin Ra: The Book on Raja-Yoga, Sterling Paperbacks, 179 pp, Rs 175.00

Sangh Samachar

BMS demands repeal of SEZ Act 2005 - FOC

National symposium on Vedic mathematics  - FOC

Vidvat Parishad in Gandhinagar  - Gujarat Patrika

Acharya Mahaprajna blesses Vanvasi Kalyan Parishad  - FOC

Bhaorao Deoras Sewa Nyas honours young writers  - FOC

ABVP demands action against NSUI panel  - FOC

Dharmapal Samagra released in Jaipur > - FOC

Jansewa Pratishthan has a school  - FOC

Sadhvi Chintan Varga in Haridwar  - FOC

Hindus protest UPA plan to destroy Ram Sethu
By Pramod Kumar

HINDU organisations all over the country on September 12 protested the UPA government?s move to destroy Ram Sethu. More than 14 lakh people joined the nationwide road blockades at more than 5000 places to register their opposition to the Sethusamudram Canal Project.    more >

Rail, road blockade for Ram Sethu

By S. Chandrasekhar

THE road and rail traffic came to a standstill in every nook and corner of Kerala between 8.30 am and 10 am on September 12. Lakhs of swayamsevaks, Sangh sympathisers, women, children and old people squatted on the roads and rail tracks, paralysing traffic.    more >

Ram Sethu Protection Movement Orissa on warpath; 23,405 arrested
By Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

NORMAL life across Orissa was badly affected on September 12 in the wake of a three-hour bandh observed by Rameswaram Ram Sethu Raksha Manch protesting the UPA government?s move to destroy the age-old Ram Sethu, constructed by Lord Rama a 17,50,000 years ago.    more >

?There is a ploy to destroy Ram Sethu. Sonia is the agent?

Puri Shankaracharya Swami Nischalananda Saraswati talks to Organiser representative Debasis Tripathy about his mission to save Ram Sethu and about all his hopes and determination in an interview at Puri, Orissa. Excerpts.    more >

BJP ranks swell in Rajasthan Raje gets a boost
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

FOR the past few months it was being considered a forgone conclusion that the maverick Rajput leader Devi Singh Bhati would ultimately return to BJP.    more >

Sangam age seal or blockage?
By T.S. Subramanian

A beautiful silver seal from the Tamil Sangam Age, probably about 2,000 years old, has come to light. Weighing less than 2 grams and with a diameter of about 1.8 cm, it was originally meant to affix a royal grant.    more >

Nervous Mush makes Nawaz martyr
By Shyam Khosla

ARREST and deportation of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif by the military rulers of Pakistan is a measure of their nervousness.    more >

West promoting Sonia intriguing but understandable
By Sandhya Jain

CONGRESS party president Sonia Gandhi has been in the news recently for three rather surprising reasons.    more >

Swami Ranganathananda?s biography released
Time for a spiritual renaissance?L.K. Advani

RELEASING the biography of Swami Ranganathananda at Sri Ramakrishna Mutt, Puranattukara, Thrissur, on September 2, BJP stalwart and Leader of Opposition in the Lok Sabha, Shri L.K. Advani said ...    more >

Cover Page

Sports view

Indian sports : Why the decline ?
From Sri Krishna

NOT sounding pessimistic but achievements in the sports arena in the 60th year of Independence paints a rather dismal picture and there is need to pull up our socks to boost performance as we aspire to becoming a super power. It has been seen that any country which performs well in sports does equally well in other areas for a sports boosts the morale of the people as has been seen in the case of countries like USA, Australia, China, Germany and Japan.    more >


Did Moscow play fraud on Marx??XVI
Stalin pushed the great Marxist scholar to gallows

By Devendra Swarup

SUCH are the ways of communists that ?barely a year separated highest honour from deepest disgrace?. Ryazanov was implicated in the Menshevik trial of February 1931. He was charged of being a Menshevik at heart. He protested vehemently and cried out one of his old outbursts in 1924?    more >

Kids? Org

Right under his feet
By M.V. Kolhatkar

IN the village Gudlum in South Africa there lived a Black farmer by name Robert. His was a small family?himself, his wife, his son, a pair of bullocks and a dog. Robert had 2? acres of dry land. He used to cultivate it with all efforts. However, the rains were uncertain. As such in some years the farm produce was too meagre and Robert had a hard time to feed his family.    more >

Play & Learn

Pravasi Bharatiya

Hindu Unity: The idea whose time has come
From Narain Kataria

THE American Hindus, with origin from various global countries, had assembled in the spacious auditorium of Ganesh Temple in Flushing, New York last month. The unusual occasion was the mass celebration of the Hindu Sangathan Divas, a tradition of the Metropolitan City now going into its thirteenth year.    more >

Think It Over

Why India should light the path of humanity
By M.S.N. Menon

BECAUSE it carries a lamp with it?the lamp of reason. It is reason (nyaya/siddhanta) which guided the path of the Hindu civilisation throughout the ages. To where are we going? To the world of light. The Hindu is obsessed with light. Light (agni) presides over everything he does. The rishi prays in the Rig Veda: ?From darkness, lead me to light!? (Tamaso ma jyotir gamaya).    more >


Is America truly God?s own country?

I.J. Bhatia takes a hard look at life in the most powerful of nations today. I retired from college in 1992. After spending two years with my eldest son in Nashik, my wife and I left for America in July 1994. Our second son is a computer engineer in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It took us 20 hours to cover a distance of 15,000 km, from Bombay to Minneapolis. Our son was at the airport to receive us.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

United States and Iran Danger signals

US blitz to destroy Iran army? Pentagon plans massive air strikes to wipe out Tehran?s military in three days, screams a headline in The Times of India (September 3). One rubs one?s eyes wondering whether one reads correctly. There is no need to wonder.    more >


BVK meet on Rishi Vision
India is world?s spiritual superpower?Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

By S. Chandrasekhar

ADDRESSING an elite audience of the Bharatiya Vichara Kendram at Thiruvanantha-puram on September 6, on the topic of ?Rishi Vision?,...    more >

Media Watch

Headless chicken and all that

ONE suspects that the last word has yet to be said on the Ronen Sen impudence and its aftermath, not to speak of the Indo-US Civilian Nuclear Agreement which has nothing to do with the Leftist stance. In regard to Sen, The Free Press Journal (August 24) came down heavily on him, saying that ?if his latest feat is anything to go by, diplomats are now...   more >

Health Watch

Women more afflicted by osteoarthritis, hypertension, migraine and hypothyroidism
By Dr Sharda Jain

EXTENSIVE awareness campaign is needed in India for bone and joint ailments. Aches and pains remind us that life is not always easy for women in India. A micro study conducted in the Indian Himalayas found that on a one-hectare farm, a comparison revealed that:  more >

Readers? Forum

Hindu prayer to open US Senate (Organiser, 15-7-2007);
?B.C. DUTTA, 73/10, Golf Club Road, Kolkata

Secular democratic America does not hesitate to open its Senate proceedings with the recitation of Hindu prayers, but the secular democratic India hesitates to attend the opening ceremony of its very old and sacred Hindu temple lest its secular image is impaired.    more >

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