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October 31, 2010




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Vol. LXI, No. 17, New Delhi, OCTOBER 31, 2010

Sarsanghachalak's Vijayadashmi message
We are a step closer to building grand Sri Ram temple
Subversive elements are active in border states

From Virag Pachpore in Nagpur

RE-AFFIRMING that the September 30 verdict of the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court on Ayodhya paved the way for construction of a grand temple of Sri Rama, who is “manifestation of our national culture and honour”, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Shri Mohanrao Bhagwat made a fervent appeal to all including Muslims and Christians to make a “new beginning in the spirit of affectionate coexistence”.    more >

VHP to appeal the Apex Court on Ayodhya
FOC

THE Sant Uchchadhikar Samiti meeting held in Ayodhya on October 20 has made it clear that the Hindus have been worshiping Sri Ramjamasthan in Ayodhya as a deity since centuries and division of this sacred place, as ordered by the Lucknow Bench of Allahabad High Court, cannot be accepted. The saints also reiterated that no mosque would be allowed to be constructed within the cultural boundary of Ayodhya Teertha.    more >

CULTURE PLUS
Chakras and the seven sacred cities
By His Holiness Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Courtesy: Art of Living www.artofliving.org

SEVEN cities in India correspond to seven centres or chakras in our body: “Ayodhya, Mathura, Maya, Kashi, Kanchi, Avanthika, Puri drawaravati chaiva, saptaide moksha dayika”.    more >

Editorial
Enemy Bill inimical to India’s interests

IT is surprising that in a shocking display of urgency the Union Cabinet approved yet another version of the controversial Enemy Property Bill. This, if passed by the Parliament, will replace the ordinance that lapsed on September 6, 2010.    more >

Verdict on Ram Janmabhoomi : An occasion to end all disputes
Text of Vijayadashami Speech of Sarsanghachalak Mananaya Mohan Bhagwat. Aashwin shukla 10, Yu.5112 ( Oct.17, 2010)

Text of Vijayadashami Speech of Sarsanghachalak Mananaya Mohan Bhagwat. Aashwin shukla 10, Yu.5112 ( Oct.17, 2010)

FESTIVAL of Vijaya Dashami is celebrated in our country with great gaiety and enthusiasm from time immemorial as a day of victory of the “Dharma” i.e. virtue, service and righteousness.    more >

Seema Jan Kalyan Samiti to set up 50 Shakti Kendras in Rajasthan border areas
By Lokpal Sethi in Jaipur

WITH an aim to create awareness in the areas, close to international border with Pakistan, and to make the citizen vigilant, a new all India organisation, Seema Jan Kalyan Smiti(SJKS), is getting ready to set up 50 Shakti Kendras.    more >

Sangh Samachar

Hinduism in the ancient Philippines
Filipino Sanskrit was still in use 900 years ago


A document was found in 1989 that was written in a much older and more complex writing system ever seen in the Philippines before.    more >

Bhaiyaji at the Amrit Mahotsava of Pravin Kaka
FOC

VETERAN Sangh worker and social activist Shri Pravinbhai Ratilal Maniar, who is popularly known as Pravin Kaka, turned 76. His Amrit Mahotsava was observed in Rajkot on October 6.    more >

How Allahabad HC exposed ‘experts’ espousing Masjid cause
By Abhinav Garg, TNN

NEW DELHI: The role played by “independent experts”— historians and archaeologists who appeared on behalf of the Waqf Board to support its claim—has come in for criticism by one of the Allahabad High Court judges in the Ayodhya verdict.    more >

Canadians have 1,000 secret bank accounts at HSBC in France

OTTAWA – Canada is cracking down on citizens who hide billions from the taxman by stashing the funds in overseas accounts.    more >

Undermining the Indian Armed Forces
By H S Mehtani

THE leaders of Hurriat and JKLF organisations have all along been shouting for separatism or azadi. Particularly Syed Ali Shah Geelani, has alleged that Indian army is treacherous, barbarous and an occupation force.    more >

Congress bent on creating instability
Bhardwaj is a slur on the high office he occupies

By Shyam Khosla

POST-Independence history is a sad narrative of the Congress culture of destabilising democratically elected non-Congress governments. The party is as intolerant of non-Congress governments as it is to any challenge to, or even criticism of, the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.    more >

Only strong Hindu society can protect secularism—Bhaiyaji Joshi
FOC

“SECULARISM is safe in Bharat only due to the Hindu society. Only a strong Hindu society can protect it. The day Hinduism gets weak India will turn into a theocratic state. That is why the RSS has been trying to make the Hindu society stronger,” said RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi. He was speaking at a function organised at Kankaria School premises in Nagaur on October 16. The function was organised to celebrate the foundation day of RSS.    more >

Media Watch
Majority-bashing as secular pastime

NOT many Indian newspapers quoted opinion expressed by Pakistani media on the Allahabad High Court verdict on Babri Masjid issue.    more >

COVER PAGE


Thinking Aloud

Time for Hindus to think big, plan greatness

It’s all quiet on Ayodhya front, or so it seems. Actually, a dispute that has been going on for nearly a century, maybe longer, cannot suddenly come to an end because of a verdict by a court.    more >

The Moving Fnger Writes

The meaning of the verdict
Ram is the identity of India

By MV Kamath

THE most notable thing about the judgment given by the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court in the matter of the Ayodhya Babri Masjid Dispute is that it has been taken...    more >

Thinking It Over

Glimpses of Atheism in Europe
By MSN Menon

HINDUISM was brought up in the cradle of atheism. But it was the rejection of Christianity that led to the growth of atheism in Europe.    more >

TogadiaSpeak

Now Sri Ram is a historic and judicial entity
By Dr Pravin Togadia

AFTER the Allahabad High Court verdict declaring Bhagwan Ram Lalla as the owner of His own birthplace and even the birthplace...    more >

Kids’ Org

The faith and significance of Navaratri
By VN Gopalakrishnan

NAVARATRI (nine nights) is a Hindu festival celebrated during the month of Asvin (September-October).    more >

Bookmark

The Left hypocrisy exposed
By MV Kamath
Keeping the Faith: Memoirs of a Parliamentarian; Somnath Chatterjee: HarperCollins, Pp 397, Rs 499.00


The success and business of Maruti
By Tej N Dhar
The Maruti Story, RC Bhargava with Seetha; Collins Business, Pp. xxi+383 (HB), Rs 499.00


A fascinating read of contemporary Tamil literature
By Dr Vaidehi Nathan

A world in a Room
Room Emma Donoghue, Picador, an imprint of Pan Macmillan, Pp 321 (PB), Rs 499.00

A romance in World War-II nostalgia
By Dr R Balashankar
The Chapel at the Edge of the World, Kirsten McKenzie, Hachette India, Pp 387 (PB), Rs 375.00


A melting pot of love, ambition and life
Saris and the City by Rekha Waheed, Hachette India, Pp 341 (PB), Rs 250.00
—RBS


Tales as defining characteristics of a country
Excess: Tehelka Book of Stories, edited by Jai Arjun Singh and Nisha Susan, Hachette India, Pp xv+176 (PB), Rs 200.00

A mix of real and reel in a boy’s life
By Manju Gupta
The Mythologist: A Novel, Vamsee Juluri, Penguin Books India, Pp 271, Rs 299.00


Agenda

Superpowering India—III
The planned poverty of India

By Air Marshal (Retd) Amal Kumar Mukhopadhyaya

THERE is convincing proof that poverty in India (or in other countries for that matter) is not because it is the God’s wish or a natural phenomenon or that it cannot be remedied within the existing frame work.    more >

Feedback

Ayodhya – A new dawn
By MD Kini

THE judicial verdict of the Lucknow Bench of the Allahabad High Court which divided the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid land into three parts can prove to be the new dawn of amity for India if all the people accept it as a starting point for the reconciliation between the Hindus and the Muslims of India.    more >

Education

Teach morals to children at school
By Himanshu Shekhar Jha

THE National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2005 framed at the behest of the UPA government does not provide for religious teaching in educational institutions. The four core areas to which the NCF is confined are language, mathematics, science and social sciences.    more >

Readers’ Forum

Ramjanmabhoomi Restored (Organiser 10-10-2010)
—M RAJAGOPAL, by email

You have succinctly brought out the cream of the Allahabad judgement in your esteemed weekly. I wish to share that follow up action and amicable settlement should be decided by the three parties staying at Ayodhya.    more >




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