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December 02, 2007
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December 02, 2007




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Vol. LIX, No. 21, New Delhi, December 02, 2007

VHP declares full support to Hindu forces in Gujarat, Himachal
FOC

THE Standing Committee of Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) in a meeting held at its headquarters in New Delhi on November 21, has declared its unequivocal support to the Hindu forces in coming assembly elections in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. The meeting was presided over by VHP president Shri Ashok Singhal. ?? more >

Special Interview
?The people know me and know my work. My chances are brighter this time? ?Narendra Modi

Author Name Comes here

With barely three weeks left for Assembly elections in Gujarat, Chief Minister Narendra Modi is brimming with confidence, undeterred by the fact that some dissidents within the Bharatiya Janata Party have joined hands with the Congress on the eve of the polls. ?? more >

Conservative Estimates
From Vietnam to Nandigram
By Ravi Shnaker Kapoor

IN the November 15 rally in Kolkata in which prominent intellectuals protested against the brutality of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) at Nandigram, a poster had a picture of Karl Marx with the caption ?Not In My Name.? ?? more >

Editorial
CPM reaps whirlwind Muslim violence in Kolkata as comeuppance

THE CPI(M) may not have anticipated that it was time to reap the whirlwind. The mayhem and anarchy that engulfed the city of joy on November 21, was the most brazen display of Muslim frenzy against a CPM government in many decades. more >

Protest over Malaysia government razing temples

Hindu Munnani leaders Rama Gopalan, D Kuppu Ramu and BJP leader and former Union Minister Pon. Radhakrishnan were among those arrested by the city police recently for staging a demonstration in front of the Malaysian consul general office here against the demolition of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple at Shah Alam, Selangor in Malaysia. ?? more >

Big protest on Ram Sethu planned in Delhi on December 30
FOC

THE All India Working Committee of Shri Ram Sethu Raksha Manch has decided to stage a massive demonstration in Delhi on December 30 for Ram Sethu. There are efforts to gather more people in Delhi than assembled on April 4, 1991 for Shri Ramjanmabhoomi temple. ?? more >

Bookmark
Book Reviews by Manju Gupta

Sordid state of Karnataka politics
10th Schedule to the Constitution used as political tool

By Justice (Retd.) M. Rama Jois

THE recent events that have taken place in Karnataka politics evidence the complete destruction of political morality which tend to destroy the faith of the people in our democratic system as also dire consequences of abuse of provisions of the Constitution and of imposing conditions not sanctioned by the Constitution, by the constitutional functionary. ?? more >

Website on Veer Savarkar: An appeal
FOC

A comprehensive website is being developed on the life and work of Veer Savarkar. The website?www.savarkar.org?had its domain name registered on May 28, 2007, the birth anniversary of Veer Savarkar. The public release of the first phase is slated for February 26, 2008, his atmarpan divas. ?? more >

Buddha to get China facelift

BEIJING: The tallest Buddha statue, also known as Leshan Buddha, in southwest China?s Sichuan Province, is set to receive another facelift. Damage caused by weathering and acid rain to the 71-metre tall 28-metre wide 1,280-year-old statue is being repaired as part of a maintenance project. ?? more >

Thengadiji worked for sustainable development?Jagmohan
?He lived what he preached??Madan Das

By Pramod Kumar

"INTELLECTUAL honesty was the greatest quality of Thengadiji. His inspiring personality developed a number of dedicated and committed workers in various fields. It was due to these qualities the organisation (BMS) that he founded has today become the number one labour organisation of the country duly certified by the Government of India,? said Shri Madan Das, Sahsarkaryavah of RSS. ?? more >

A journey through Sri Ram?s footprints?VI
By Dr Ram Autar

29. SITA MARHI
Sitaji emerged here from within the earth. ?Sita? means that part of the plough which breaks the earth. It is made up of iron. This is also the place where Ravana kept the blood of rishis as a token of tax in a jug. As a curse, no rain occurred here due to the sins of Ravana. ?? more >

Sewa International saves lives Raises ?35,000 for UK cause

LONDON: On November 7, 2007, the leading British charity Sewa International pledged ?35,000 to Macmillan Cancer Support and Refuge. Thirty-five volunteers participated in a charity skydive to raise funds for these two causes. ?? more >

Vedas and the NCERT
By Dr. Indulata Das

THE light of knowledge dawned in the world with the magnificent literature is called as Vedas. Vedas are the expression of the most sublime ideas of human mind and are replete with well wishes not for a particular community or class, not even for the human only. ?? more >

Temple land: Hindus protest illegal occupation
By Debasis Tripathy in Bhubaneswar

EVERY new year comes with a new hope for them. Each election brings them bag-full of promises. Years go after years, men in power change but not their problem. All promises have gone in vain and they are yet to get back their temple land which is lying encroached by Muslims. ?? more >

RSS demands action against UPSC over Bhagat Singh row
By Golakha Chandra Das

BHUBANESWAR: The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) in Orissa recently came heavily on the move of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), which termed the freedom fighter Bhagat Singh as terrorist in the Civil Services Main Examinations. ?? more >

An opportunity to learn Sanskrit at home
FOC

SAMSKRIT Bharati, dedicated to the promotion of Samskrit language, provides an opportunity to Samskrit lovers to learn Samskrit at their home itself. It has been conducting correspondent courses for teaching Samskrit for over twenty years. ?? more >

Obituary
Saraswati Vidyapeeth founder S.L.N. Acharyulu passes away

Samachara Bharathi, Andhra Pradesh

S.L.N. Acharyulu, who worked as RSS Pracharak and established Saraswati Vidyapeeth in Andhra Pradesh being affiliated to Vidya Bharati having all India status, passed away on 14-11-2007 night at 01-45 Hrs. His last rites were performed at Bapu Ghat near Langar House, Hyderabad, on 15-11-07 at 02.00 P.M. ?? more >

Cover Page

Interview of the week

?BJP is more attractive to women. It is the first to offer 33 per cent representation to women in its set-up??Kiran Maheshwari

SMT. Kiran Maheshwari, is a popular Lok Sabha MP from Udaipur (Rajasthan) who is active both in Parliament and social work. She took over as National President of BJP Mahila Morcha about six months back. Earlier, she was the national secretary of BJP. She has also been the Mayor of Udaipur Municipal Corporation. ?? more >

Insight

The sting and the truth about Gujarat
By B.P. Singhal

"IT was a well planned ?genocide??, ?it was a ?pogrom??, ?it was state sponsored ?terrorism??, is what they had said in screaming headlines day-after-day in 2002 in Delhi based ?secular? English dailies and the ?secular? electronic media. more >

A reminiscence

Rashtra Rishi Dattopant Thengadi
By Saroj Kumar Mitra

?Ganga Jale Ganga Puja?, while worshipping river Ganga, devotees offer Ganga water as part of ritual to Goddess Ganga.

One has to borrow Dattopant Thengadiji?s words while assessing his personality. Said Thengadiji: ?Time horizon of a politician is five years. ?? more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Preaching democracy is no help
By M.V. Kamath

IN recent weeks, India has been under a lot of well-meaning criticism by idealists for not doing enough to help establish democracy in its neighbouring countries, especially Myanmar. But is that its job? First, consider this: Who are India?s neighbours? To the immediate west is Pakistan. To India?s north lie Nepal and, by extension, Tibet. ?? more >

Think It over

How we lost the Haasa and Parihaasa traditions
By M.S.N. Menon

ONLY two peoples of the world were given to logical thinking?that is to reasoning. They were the Greeks and the Hindus.

Peoples of the Book (i.e. peoples of the revealed religions?Jews, Christians and Muslims) were not given to reasoning. In fact, reasoning was prohibited among them. To question a revelation to them was to question the wisdom of God. ?? more >

SPECIAL ON 150 YEARS OF 1857

Did Moscow play fraud on Marx??XXV
By Devendra Swarup

By Devendra Swarup

IN the First Indian War of Independence (FIWI), first published in 1959, Moscow picked up 28 unsigned articles which were published in the NYDT between July 17, 1857 and October 1, 1858 either as reports or its leading articles. ?? more >

Media Watch

Media callous on dictators

THE saddest and most revealing part of the Indian media?s attitude towards the Emergency imposed on the people of Pakistan by a besotted military dictator is its indifference. ?? more >

Kids? org

Dhruva, the brightest star
By Manju Gupta

DHRUVA was the son of King Uttampad and his elder queen, Suniti. Uttam was the second son of King Uttampad from his second wife, Queen Suruchi. One day, as Uttam sat on his father?s lap, Dhruva came and said he too wanted to sit like Uttam on his father?s lap. ?? more >

Perspective

Parliament has a right to discuss, deliberate and vote on Indo-US nuclear deal
By M.G. Vaidya

THE deal about the civil nuclear cooperation between the Governments of USA and Bharat, is still being hotly debated in our country. ?? more >

Special Report

CPM climbdown on N-deal betrays its Beijing line
By M.D. Nalapat

ALTHOUGH the international media has highlighted the opposition of the CPI and the CPM to the attempt by Manmohan Singh to sign a nuclear agreement with the US that would contain the severe restrictions imposed by the Hyde Act, the reality is that the two communist parties are just a sideshow. ?? more >

Open Forum

Preservation of Indian culture and heritage
By Colonel S.S. Rajan

IN today?s world of unbridled materialism, in the garb of globalisation and liberalisation, the need to known and take pride in our (Indian) culture and heritage has taken a back seat; nay, totally ignored. Bharatvarsh enjoys a rich culture and heritage dating back to thousands of years unlike the countries of the West. ?? more >

News Analysis

Gowda is the new low in political treachery
By Shyam Khosla

THE inevitable has happened. Central rule has been re-imposed in Karnataka after a brief and unseemly interlude. No one expected the B.S. Yeddyurappa Government to survive for long, but many thought former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda and his son H.D. Kumaraswamy would look and wait for a plausible reason to ditch the BJP. ?? more >

Readers? Forum

Buddhadeb cheers the lumpens (Organiser, 25-11-2007);
?DR. A.K. BHATTACHARYA by e-mail

It is high time our pseudo-intellectuals stopped comparing Buddhadeb Bhattacharya with Narendra Modi. The latter is better by far. The same elements of our ?free? press, which had been blacking out Buddhadeb?s atrocities in Nandigram for 11 months,... ?? more >




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