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January 22, 2006
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January 22, 2006

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Vol. LVII, No. 28, New Delhi, January 22, 2006

UPA has a divisive agenda
To dole out plan funds on religious demography
By Sandhya Jain

Regardless of whether or not there is a consensus within the ruling UPA about reservations for Muslims on the basis of religion, Union Minister for Human Resources Development will certainly push through an ordinance on the issue, because few in the present regime will have the foresight or courage to resist its dangerous implications. Assuming therefore, that the ordinance is a virtual fait accompli, it may be fruitful to debate the possible grounds upon which reservations should be granted. more >

A third front in the offing?
Tap and rap, Congress in the loop
By Sunita Govind

Samajwadi Party?s high-profile General Secretary dropped a bombshell the other day alleging that his phones were tapped at the behest of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, triggering not only similar charges by a host of Opposition leaders but also a country-wide debate on the issue of phone tapping itself; its legality and ethics. more >

Honour your pledge, Home Minister
By Shyam Khosla

Union Home Minister Shivraj Patil?s visit to Dhubri district in western Assam last week seems to have woken him up to the stark reality that the Indo-Bangladesh border is so porous that anyone from across the border can walk into India at will. more >

UPA as Muslim League

The UPA often reminds us of the Muslim League of the pre-Independent India. And Arjun Singh of the despicable communalist Maulana Mohammad Ali. The only difference is that the Muslim League then did not enjoy absolute power. It rather existed on British patronage. more >

?RSS has full faith in Sanjay Joshi? ?Mohan Bhagwat
RSS Sarkaryavah Shri Mohan Bhagwat said that he has full faith in former BJP general secretary Sanjay Joshi.

Shri Sanjay Joshi, who resigned from his party post following the release of an anonymous CD has, filed a police complaint in Bhopal, from where the CDs were allegedly dispatched to a number of leaders. more >

Organiser Expose
Aam aadmi gets a raw deal in health services under UPA

Is AIIMS for the elite?
By Deepak Kumar Rath

ONE of the most anti-poor policy decisions of the UPA government?to hike the user charges in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences?has largely gone unnoticed. Probably because it hits the voiceless poorest of poor?the aam aadmi Congress promised to protect. more >

At Random

Kids' Org


Brinda?s losing battle against swami
- By Geeta

Sangh Samachar

Progress Card
A tryst with good governance
The BJP Chief Ministers on the performance of their governments
By Anil Nair in Mumbai

Suggestion to demilitarise Kashmir
Pak ploy to annex Kashmir by proxy
From Our Special Correspondent

The Pakistan proposal put forth by General Musharraf for demilitarisation of Jammu and Kashmir and having ?self-rule? on regional basis, has met with sharp reaction by many pro-India leaders of J&K. They have observed that there is a greater need for demilitarisation in Pakistan itself, more so, in Pak-occupied areas of the state. more >

WOSY in Mumbai
A youth conference in search of civilisational ties

The South and South East Asian Youth Conference organised by the World Organisation of Students and Youth (WOSY), concluded in Mumbai on January 6. A total of 115 youths from Asian countries including 25 girls from 11 countries of SAARC and ASEAN regions and invitee delegates from Mauritius, Afghanistan and Tibet participated in the conference. more >

End Red subversion of democracy
By Ravi Shanker Kapoor

The chasm between the pretense and the practice of Indian communists is so conspicuous that even the dumb could perceive it. more >

Stones that speak a story
By Vaidehi Nathan

If stones can speak, the sculptures in Cambodia will tell the story of glory, when Hindu kings built grandiose temples, the times when the precincts were crowded with devotees, art lovers and the sad tale of loot and plunder and mining they are subject to now. more >

V.S., CPI, RSP oppose Karunakaran?s entry
Deep divide in Left Front on Karunakaran
By S. Chandrasekhar

"Don?t take the snake in the boundary wall and put it around your neck? goes a famous Malayalam proverb. But the CPM-led LDF has done just that and is suffering the aftershocks of the blunder committed by it. more >


Ancient Hindu civilisation and mathematics
By Dr R.N. Das

The ancient Hindu sages discovered the miracles of modern scientific tools. Believe it or not, the following are the glorious examples of them. more >

Media Watch

What people want to be remembered for

It is not every day that the President of India is invited to give ?guidance? to a national newspaper even if it richly deserves it. The Times of India (December 26) invited President A.P.J.Kalam to be its ?guest editor? for a special edition, a very unusual request to make which, however, was politely declined on grounds of protocol. more >

World Watch

The auctioning of India
By M.D. Nalapat

That the UPA regime passively accepted the transmission of upto a thousand of tons of toxic asbestos into the lungs and livers of thousands of Indian workers is a symbol of the reality that the country?s interests are being auctioned off by the Sonia-led government. more >


Brinda as major embarrassment to Left brigade
By S.R. Ramanujan

Alternative medicine used to be, once upon a time, the last resort of those seeking cure for various ailments. There was a craze for allopathic tablets, and more so, for the ?pricks? for it was thought by the gullible patients that an ?injection? gives a miracle cure. Even the grandmas would advice the children, even for colds and fever, to have an injection. more >

Open Forum

Don?t hang before trial
By Bulbul Roy Mishra

Socrates, the wisest man of his time, was condemned to death on trial by 500 jurors of Athens in 399 BC on totally unfounded charges, one of which was that of corrupting the youth by indulging in sexual abuse. more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Shed a tear for India
By M.V. Kamath

Friday, December 23 surely must be the saddest day in the history of both the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha. Surely it couldn?t have come easy for MPs to expel some of their colleagues for what can only be described as their ?unethical and unbecoming? behaviour. It must have caused most of them a great deal of personal distress. more >

India That is Bharat

What modern India has to export that modern world wants

THE intricacies of globalisation always eluded this economic ignoramus. Still Satiricus was patriotically against it, because in his eyes it meant just importing everything from everywhere?whiskey from Britain, ladies handbags from France, shoes from Italy, animal carcasses from America (?and once even cow-dung). more >


The Amul story
By M.V. Kamath

I too had a dream: Verghese Kurien; As told to Gouri Salvi; Roli Books; pp 250; Rs 395.00

In his book of memoirs he dictated to Gouri Salvi, Verghese Kurien, winner of the Ramon Magsaysay Award (1963), Wateler Peace Prize (1986), World Food Prize (1989), Padma Vibhushan (1999)... more >

An approach to make India great
By Manju Gupta

Soul and Structure of Governance in India by Jagmohan, Allied Publishers, 516 pp.

On reading this book, one is tempted to quote V.R. Narayanan of The Tribune who has said, ?The book chills the readers as it takes him through the hoary past, the dismal present, and the bleak future.? more >

Think it Over

Was Buddhism driven out of India?
By M.S.N. Menon

No. It is a canard. Alie propagated by vested interests. What are the facts? Buddhism was a reaction to the growing permissiveness and distortions of Aryan society. It was, therefore, puritanical. But by banning drinking, dancing, singing and theatre, Buddhism sowed the seeds of opposition. more >

Orissa Newsletter

Women trafficking on the rise
By Debasis Tripathy

The increasing events of women trafficking in Orissa has set alarm bell ringing towards the law-and-order condition. According to sources, girls and women belonging to economically backward sections of the coastal Orissa and the poor of tribal-dominated western Orissa are regularly supplied out of the state. more >

Readers? Forum

Party with a difference: Apropos

Renewal, reassertion, redemption? (Organiser, 8-1-2005); The 25th anniversary of BJP was celebrated in Mumbai, which was watched with awe and wonder by the world. The future of BJP as a party with a difference is crucial, as the country?s future depends on it. more >

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