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Now conversion for the sake of monetary benefits by Dr SK Pandey from Lucknow

There is yet another dangerous trend emerging in Uttar Pradesh, where educated people are converting to minority groups for the sake of benefits and privileges, which are offered to the minority educational institutions. 

Regulate outward FDI flow by Dr Bharat Jhunjhunwala

Manmohan Singh wanted to open the economy to FDI speedily in one go at the very beginning of reforms in the nineties. In contrast Swadeshi economists wanted domestic liberalisation to precede external liberalisation. We should allow FDI only when domestic companies have become strong to face their onslaught. Manmohan Singh, followed by Yashwant Sinha, could not open the economy to FDI due to this opposition. This led to slowing of inflow of FDI. Indian companies got time to strengthen themselves. 

Dr Hedgewar as Viewed by Village Lads

A group of Youngsters who have studied only up to 5th std., had a vibrant thought to do some service to the nation. These daily wage workers of Paraiyur village, Palacode, Dharmapuri District, Tamilnadu built a Gandhi mantap.  43 youngsters of the village formed a group by name Gandhi Youth Seva Mandram in 2001.  Various service activities like distributing free books, uniforms etc. were the routine work done by them.  Out of their meagre income, they saved 4 lakhs rupees to construct this Gandhi mantap.



"Quit Give up! You're beaten!
They shout out and plead.
There's just too much against you, now,
this time you can't succeed."

And as I start to hang my head
in front of failure's face.
my downward fall is broken by
the memory of a race.

And hope refills my weakened will,
as I recall that scene.

For just the thought of that short race,
rejuvenates my being.

A children's race, young boys, yong men.
How, I remember well.
Excitement sure! But also fear
It wasn't hard to tell.

They all lined up so full of hope,
each thought to win that race.
Or tie for first or if not that,
at least take second place.

And fathers watched from off the side,
each cheering for his son.
And each boy hoped to show his Dad,
that he would be the one.
Read Full Poem : http://enjoythegodgiftoflife.blogspot.in/2012/06/race.html

Make Constitutional posts truely non-partisan

Debate on selection of CEC

Shivaji Sarkar

It is time to reconsider the mode of selecting persons for key constitutional bodies. The nation also needs to look at why such important positions should be the preserve of bureaucrats.
Holding the elections is an onerous task. While at the booth level the task could be conducted by officials, at the level of Election Commission the presence of an official is not required.
Over the years, this nation has almost gone into the belief that unless one belongs to the coveted bureaucratic system, he could not be trusted with the functions of many such constitutional bodies.


A Treasonous document: Call it Hurriyat Report

Interlocutors’ report on J&K

Pramod Kumar

A treasonous, insidious document. Throw it in the dustbin

Don't turn the clock back to 1948. Interlocutors’ insidious plan

Dr Bhagwati Prakash Sharma

Sudden release of the report of a group of 3 interlocutors appointed against the explicit intent of the Parliament on Kashmir was unwarranted and out of context on May 24, 2012. It reflects deliberate malice of the government to fill wind in the sails of separatists and add fresh fuel to Kashmir problem at a time, when the jehadi separatists have lost steam and the Pakistan is also striped of its energy and intent to breed any fresh problem. Timing of release of this retrograde report, seven months after its submission and without any fresh context for its release, is just to divert the attention of the public and opposition away from the utter failure of the Sonia-Manmohan government on the economic front.

Some significant points on Muslim Reservations by Dr Togadia

Note by Dr Pravin Togadia, VHP International Chief

June 12, 2012

Govt sponsored loot of Hindu Temples Foreign writer opens our eyes : Dr Kailash Chandra

The Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act of 1951 allows the State Governments to take over Hindu Temples and maintain complete control over their properties. It is claimed that they can sell the temple assets and properties and use the money in any way they choose. 
A charge has been made by a foreign writer, Stephen Knapp, in a book, Crimes Against India and the Need to Protect Ancient Vedic Tradition published in the United States and it makes shocking reading. 
Hundreds of temples in centuries past have been built in India by devout rulers and the donations given by devotees have been used for the benefit of the (other) people. This letter is what has been happening currently under an intrusive law. 

Subduing Hindus, the Sonia way : Dr Gautam Sen

Hindus of the Indian subcontinent are facing an unprecedented calamity that recalls the depredations of Tamerlane and Nadir Shah except that it now stretches across it, virtually in entirety and threatens to seal their fate for good. They have been ethnically cleansed from Pakistan and Bangladesh, where their women are routinely abducted and forced into sexual slavery, in a familiar tradition of scripturally- sanctioned criminality. Within India itself, Hindus have been ethnically cleansed from Kashmir while the country sat back and watched mutely, most apparently regarding it as a perfectly normal occurrence. And almost India’s entire political class, including important elements of its ostensible nationalists, are providing political succour to make the expulsion and exile of Kashmir’s Hindus to atrocious refugee camps permanent.