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December 03, 2006
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December 03, 2006

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Vol. LVIII, No. 21, New Delhi, December 03, 2006

"UPA silence on Afzal hanging a fraud on nation"
By A Correspondent

THE BJP held a huge rally in the capital. The turn-out was so large that it surpassed the expectations of the organisers. Buoyed by the presence of about a lakh of supporters in the protest rally, the BJP challenged the policies of UPA government amid slogans of rashtrawad mein khot dikhe, aatanki mein vote dikhe. Former Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee said this government should change its pro-terrorist, appeasement policies or else the people of India would be compelled to change it.    more >

Sachar report and after
Compulsory education, not reservation
Free Muslims from fanatic clergy
By Arif Mohammed Khan

THE contents of Sacchar Committee were leaked much before its? formal submission to the government and became a subject matter of heated public debate. Lot of concern was expressed over dismal presence of Muslims in government jobs and demand was made to correct the existing imbalance by extending the benefit of job reservation to the Muslims as a community on the line of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.    more >

Interview of the week
?There is no threat to Bharat, but a resurgent Bharat will awaken the world?
Face to Face with Swami Ramdev by Deepak Kumar Rath

I exhaust all my energy to establish Bharatiya cultural traditions and for this we instituted Patanjali Yoga Samiti in more than 500 districts of the country, which has started its work. more >

India and China
Hu?s gain it is

BETTER business ties between the two countries was the focus of Chinese President Hu Jintao?s four-day visit to India. The leaders met under the shadow of the outrageous Chinese claim on Arunachal Pradesh. Hu did not make amends to his ambassador?s provocative claim. more >

Maoist agenda as hate India
BJP rejects Maoist demand for repeal of Indo-Nepal Treaty of 1950.
By Arabinda Ghose

IN probably the first official statement on the present situation in Nepal during recent days, the Bharatiya Janata Party has totally rejected the demand of the Nepali Maoist leader Prachanda that the Indo-Nepal Treaty of Peace and Friendship, signed on July 31, 1950 at Kathmandu, be reviewed.    more >

New Orissa BJP chief
UPA adopting ?step-motherly attitude? towards Orissa
VSK, Bhubaneshwar

THE BJP central leadership has urged the state leadership to provide unflinching support and cooperation to the newly elected state unit president Shri Suresh Pujari. Addressing a huge public meeting recently, general secretary of BJP in-charge of Orissa Shri Vinay Katiyar said with the necessary support provided to the State leadership, the party could come out victorious in the forthcoming panchayat elections.    more >

At Random
?By Rambler

News hunt
By Deepa Kumar Rath

Grenade attacks in the Valley
Terrorists luring poor boys paying money
From Khajuria S. Kant in Jammu

INVOLVEMENT of Hizbul Mujahideen behind the grenade throwing incident on Bareilvi cleric in Pulwama on November 10, which left six dead and 60 others injured, has once again unmasked the Islamic terrorist organisations in Jammu and Kashmir that are killing innocent people in the name of freedom movement. They are now luring poor boys through money in their terror operations.    more >

Judicial reform and the Executive
By Shyam Khosla

TO buttress the argument for a National Judicial Commission comprising only of the superior judiciary on the ground that inclusion of persons from outside the Judiciary would impair judicial independence and would run against the doctrine of separation of powers is to totally negate the doctrine of checks and balances that is equally intrinsic to a democratic polity.    more >

Work culture and leadership behind Chinese growth
By Dr S.S. Aggarwal

CHINA has made phenomenal material progress. It is very striking and is noticeable, the moment one comes out of the plane. The airport is big but bigger surprises are there is to see in infrastructure buildings and method of working. It seems that China could get good leadership who was wedded for improving the image of China.    more >

Children on traditional work
Renuka has a point

By Sandhya Jain

IN a regime not known for original thinking, Minister of State for Women & Child Development, Renuka Chowdhury, deserves to be congratulated for breaking free of the Euro-American-dictated paradigms and making a case for child labour in poor families in relatively traditional economies.    more >

BJP?s Rashtriya Suraksha Sankalp march
Anant dubs UPA ?Ulta Pulta Alliance? of opportunistic parties
From Our Correspondent

FORMER Union Minister and national general secretary of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Anant Kumar described UPA government as ?Ulta Pulta Alliance? of opportunistic parties. The BJP has termed the Congress rule in recent years as anti-poor, aimed at vote-bank politics, compromising the national interests.    more >

Expose the Afzal apologists?Ram Madhav
By Anjani Kumar Jha

?TERRORISM should not be connected with any religion, community or caste. The delay in hanging of Afzal indicates the lack of political will on the part of the government,? said Shri Ram Madhav, member of RSS national executive.    more >

Chinese railway lines are threat to Indian security?Bhaiyaji Joshi

?SHRI Guruji had warned the nation against the nefarious designs of China. Today China is expanding its railway lines in the border areas. It is a major threat to the security of the country. On the other hand, Bangladesh has also emerged as a threat to West Bengal and Assam,? said Shri Bhaiyaji Joshi, Sahsarkaryavah of the RSS.    more >

BJP demands development with protecting the habitat
By Sanjaya Jena

BHARATIYA Janata Party (BJP) in Orissa has accused Mahanadi Coal Fields Ltd (MCL), a central government PSU under Ministry of Coal, of willfully violating the Rehabilitation and Resettlement (R&R) policy of the state government meant for project-affected people.    more >


News Analysis

Maoist: the new poster boy of Indian media
By Easwaran Nambudiri

THE encomiums were endless. One of the nation?s largest selling newspapers was not referring to Cuban leader Fidel Castro or to the Chinese President Hu Jintao but Maoist killer usurper Pushpa Kamal Dahal alias ?Prachanda?, of the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist).    more >

Tibetan demonstration against Hu Jintao?s visit
WHEN the Government of India and the CPM were busy in welcoming the Chinese President Hu Jintao in India, some nationalist organisations including Bharat-Tibet Sahayog Manch, Himalaya Parivar, Hindu Manch,...    more >


The nuclear game is in a flux
No need for India to tie down by unequal deals
By M.D. Nalapat

THUS far Manmohan Singh has been extremely circumspect about the bill passed so overwhelmingly by the US Senate. An examination of this legislation indicates that the present form deviates substantially from both the letter and spirit of the July 18, 2005 Bush-Singh understanding.    more >


Courage of trivia journalism

A CITIZEN of Mumbai, G.V. Masurkar sends a copy of a letter he sent to a prominent daily congratulating it for ?highlighting such earth-shaking news? as follows: ?Britney Spears delivers male child.    more >

The Moving Finger Writes

Politicians take the voter for granted!
By M.V. Kamath

THERE is a saying: Never take the voter for granted. He is not such a fool as many would like to think. Take the recent elections to the US Congress.    more >

Kids Org

Those odd hours of midnight
By M.V. Kolhatkar

IT was a winter midnight. The entire city of Surat was drowned in a deep slumber. more >

Play & Learn
A Train
?Manju Gupta


RSS for all that is best in Hindu dharma
By Amba Charan Vashishth
M. Rama Jois: Guruji and Social Harmony; Sri Guruji Janmashatabdi Samiti, Karnataka; 185 pp, Rs 125.00

Why fear when I am here
By Manju Gupta
Lorraine Walshe-Ryan: I am Always with You, Sterling Paperbacks; 180 pp, Rs 100.00

M.R. Pai: citizen extraordinary
By R. Narayanan
Allwyn Fernandes; M.R. Pai Citizen Extraordinary, M.R. Pai Foundation; 105 pp., price not given


Basic Islam for Hindu Dhimmis
By Subramanian Swamy

THANKS to Shri Vedantamji of the VHP, I had visited Thondi and Rasathipuram Municipalities of Ramanathapuram and Vellore districts respectively, and was truly shocked by what I saw.    more >


DVDs of Karmayogi and Sewa Disha released
Shri Guruji inspired a generation?Atal Behari Vajpayee
- By A Correspondent

Clandestinely converted girls return home - FOC

Uthamarajji is 70 years young - By R. Sridharan

Health Watch

A neglected area of women?s health
By Dr Sharda Jain

THE National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) has estimated that the annual incidence rate of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) is around 5 per cent in the adult population, which implies that about 40 million new STI cases occur annually in the country.    more >

India That is Bharat

Muslim missing everywhere, yet Muslim, Muslim everywhere

THE other day the Indian Express went to the missing persons bureau to lodge a complaint. ?Who's missing?? asked the bureau. ?The Muslim,? replied the Express. ?Describe the missing person,? said the bureau.    more >

Readers? Forum

Is the media anti-Hindu (Organiser, 22-10-2006);

Saeed Naqvi?s article is thought provoking but at the same time it provokes debate. He cites the plight of Kashmiri Pandits, who left the valley as if voluntarily, while the truth is that they were forced to leave their hearth and home.    more >

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