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by J K Bajaj on 26 Jul 2017 1 Comment

A sudden and intense controversy has arisen in Kerala on the issue of the relative number of children born to different communities there. A recently retired chief of Kerala police stated in an interview that of all children born in the state in 2015, as many as 42 per cent are Muslim, even though the share of Muslims in the total population as counted in...

by Sandhya Jain on 25 Jul 2017 11 Comments

As schools reopened earlier this month, voices began to be raised about the quality of education being imparted to students in certain subjects, especially history. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath questioned the rationale behind excluding certain revered figures from the school curriculum. Though much has been written over the years...

by Thierry Meyssan on 24 Jul 2017 1 Comment

By awarding itself the title of the “4th Estate”, the US Press has claimed equality with the three democratic Estates, although it is devoid of popular legitimacy. It is waging a vast campaign, both at home and abroad, to denigrate President Trump and provoke his destitution - a campaign which began on the very evening of his election, in other words before ...

by G B Reddy on 23 Jul 2017 2 Comments

Contrary to the opinion of pollsters and pundits, people overwhelmingly voted in favor of the Modi-led BJP in the 2014 elections in the hope of redemption from the gargantuan menace of corruption. Yet even after three years of rule, not a single “Corruption Tiger” has been sent behind bars. This puts Modi’s credibility at stake, despite his demonetisation an...

by Peter Eyre on 22 Jul 2017 1 Comment

As we conclude, one has to separate fact from fiction and ask why many very talented researchers all came up with the same analysis and agree that Dr. Virginia Livingston had indeed found a cure for cancer. Why was only Dr. Livingston so blatantly ridiculed and closed down? Could it have been the fact that she took her research out of the laboratory and app...

by Peter Eyre on 21 Jul 2017 0 Comment

As we near the end of this series on cancer, I want to introduce you to other experts who have either worked with Dr. Virginia Livingston or believe in her invention/protocol. The first is her dear associate and friend Dr. Alan Cantwell. His expertise is second to none and it would be appropriate to print a full interview carried out with Dr. Cantwell in 200...

by Peter Eyre on 20 Jul 2017 3 Comments

We shall now look at the more technical side of Dr. Virginia Livingston’s cure for cancer and how she used the Tuberculosis Vaccine (BCG) and her own Autogeneous Vaccine made up with cancer bacterium taken directly from infected patients’ tumors, glands, blood or urine, all of which acted in the same way as Phage treatment is used in Russia for many deadly d...

by Peter Eyre on 19 Jul 2017 2 Comments

In this part of the story on cancer I can only ask you to realise what this wonderful woman had to endure right up to her death in 1990 - unbelievable red tape and ridicule. Virginia Livingston never gave up on her cancer research and although she continued to learn so much from fellow peers, she would have to be the only possible woman that actually underst...

by Peter Eyre on 18 Jul 2017 2 Comments

Over many years I have tried to understand why they have not found a cure for cancer when billions of dollars continue to be pumped into the many research institutes each and every day throughout the world without a ray of hope being given to the millions of innocent victims who trust their governments, hospitals, cancer clinics, oncologists and cancer organ...

by R Hariharan on 17 Jul 2017 0 Comment

Sri Lanka’s infamous Buddhist monk Gnanasara Thero, who led his followers of the Bodhu Bala Sena (BBS) fringe group to attack Muslim businesses, places of worship and property in 2014, has staged a comeback to energise anti-Muslim activities once again. During the last two months, anti-Muslim hate crimes have escalated; according to Reuters 20 attacks on Mus...

by Caleb Maupin on 16 Jul 2017 4 Comments

It is foolish to think that being raised by parents who have participated in terrorism cannot play a role in influencing a child to eventually become a terrorist. Yet, one of the most important details about the terrorist who killed 22 innocent concert goers in Manchester, just a few days prior to the death US foreign policy strategist Zbigniew Brzezinski, i...

by G B Reddy on 15 Jul 2017 8 Comments

Analysts, academics, and the intelligentsia must apply their minds to a critical issue: did Congress Party vice president Rahul Gandhi commit treason by surreptitiously meeting the Chinese ambassador to India? Or is this just another faux pas by the immature politician, another Bhatta-Parsaul (2011) where he mistook a mound of cow dung for a mass grave? Th...

by G B Reddy on 14 Jul 2017 7 Comments

Islamist radicalism is an existential threat for Hinduism as Indian History abundantly testifies. Ipso facto, Hinduism stands decimated in neighboring Pakistan and Bangladesh, what with Pakistan hounding the ancient Hindu civilisation. The recent spurt in communal clashes in India includes Saharanpur, Meerut, Hashimpura, Muzaffarnagar. According to official ...

by K P Prabhakaran Nair & Sailendra Bhaskar on 13 Jul 2017 1 Comment

The Sun is the great mother. All life on Earth might be considered as a transient materialisation of the exhaustless flood of radiance which the sun pours on the planet’s surface. This enables green plants to synthesise sugars and starches from water in the soil and carbon di oxide in the atmosphere, thus making possible the emergence of all other forms of...

by Israel Shamir on 12 Jul 2017 1 Comment

The highly anticipated encounter of the two presidents went better, much better than anybody predicted. There was a lot of anxiety, and expectations were low as heavy rain clouds, especially after Trump’s visit to Warsaw where he obediently repeated the Cold War platitudes dictated by his minders. Trump had been sent off to Hamburg by Washington establishmen...

by Sandhya Jain on 11 Jul 2017 12 Comments

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated his maiden visit to Israel with a lead article written jointly with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and published simultaneously in India and Israel that reflected the efforts of both to make the trip memorable. “Hand In Hand Into The Future” (July 4) commemorates the establishment of full diplomatic relations 25...

by Madan Lal Goel on 10 Jul 2017 5 Comments

The often perceived and frequently quoted racial division in India between the fairer Aryan North and the darker Dravidian South is pernicious and dangerous. The British gave currency to this view of racial divide in India. It was part of their “divide and rule” strategy. The Northern people in India got especially sucked into this interpretation of history ...

by S Faizi on 09 Jul 2017 2 Comments

Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Agreement was by no means a surprise. For, the US has always been seeking to subvert the multilateral, global initiatives to address vexing global problems. Those who express surprise at the US withdrawal seem to be unaware that the US was not a Party to the Kyoto Protocol, the global accord under the UNFCCC (UN Frame...

by B B Lal on 08 Jul 2017 10 Comments

My attention has been drawn to an article published by Tony Joseph in The Hindu, dated June 17, 2017, which, in essence, tries to say that The Vedic Aryans came to India from outside. I would like to apprise the readers of the reality of the situation. I have published many books on the subject, each one dealing with a specific aspect of the issue. The...

by Naagesh Padmanaban on 07 Jul 2017 8 Comments

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi continues to make waves in world capitals with his charm offensive. In his recent and historic visit to Israel, the first by an Indian Prime Minister, he was given an unprecedented welcome. Israel officially designated him a world leader and accorded appropriate diplomatic protocol. He has been treated at par with the Pres...

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