More on Ummid: International l National Regional l Politics Business Religion l History l Culture l Education



Massive protests against price rise across India

Seminar on peaceful co-existence in Islam and Indian religions

Right's panel upbeat about women's reservation bill

Part of land for AMUs Kerala centre handed over

Congress man says he was quizzed over Pune bombing

India-Bangladesh border coordination conference from Monday

India needs more translations: Mushirul Hasan

Women Reservation Bill vis--vis Muslim Women


Manmohan Singh touched by Saudi gestures: The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, is deeply "touched and humbled" by the gestures extended to him during his three-day  ....Read Full

Manmohan Singh praises 'Non-Resident Indians' in Saudi Arabia

SDM Malegaon made caste certificate issuance easier: Did the application form in Urdu and distributed the certificates ....Read Full

Turkey recalls envoy after US vote on Armenian 'genocide'


Women Reservation Bill vis--vis Muslim Women: Finally the decks have been cleared for the passage of Women Reservation Bill, providing for 33% reservation of the seats for women ...Read Full

Turkey recalls envoy after US vote on Armenian 'genocide': NATO-member Turkey on Thursday recalled its ambassador to the United States for consultations after a vote in a US  ....Read Full

End of the Hummer story? Not yet: If the reports that appeared in the media couple of days before are to be believed, General Motors have certainly done with Hummers ....Read Full

Obama turns to Indian-American to be bridge with Muslim world: President Barack Obama has chosen the son of an Indian migrant .....Read Full



'Women's bill to sound death knell for Muslims': A Muslim member in the Lok Sabha today alleged that the Women's Reservation Bill in its present form would sound a "death knell"  ...Read Full

Quranic calligraphy thrives in Kashmir: Youth in Kashmir keep the centuries old tradition of Quranic calligraphy alive with their utmost devotion to this great art form. alligraphy, known  ....Read Full

Kerala shelves proposed Islamic bank: Bowing to stiff opposition from several quarters and a High Court verdict against it, The Kerala ....Read Full

'Greater connectivity among SAARC members needed': Former Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs A N Ram today said political differences have not allowed  .....Read Full

After France, niqab controversy now hots up in Canada: After France, the niqab controversy has now hotted up in Canada, with a Egyptian Muslim woman  ....Read Full

Buddha's Saket on disputed site at Ayodhya: Dalit writer: A Dalit writer today slammed the BJP and its ally Shiv Sena for their stand on the Ramjanmabhoomi at Ayodhya, while  ....Read Full


PM out of sync to seek Saudi help: RSS

Sunday, March 07, 2010 12:57:27 PM, UNI

Manmohan Singh touched by Saudi gestures: The Prime Minister, Dr. Manmohan Singh, is deeply "touched and humbled" by the gestures extended to him during his three-day visit to Saudi  ....Read Full

'Saudi Arabia can play interlocutor's role in Indo-Pak ties'

India, Saudi Arabia sign Riyadh Declaration

Manmohan Singh praises 'Non-Resident Indians' in Saudi Arabia

New Delhi: Dubbing India rushing to Saudi Arabia for ''help'' to tame Pakistan as a ''dangerous slide'', the RSS has accused Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of being ''out of sync'' and said this would only help India's enemies ''surge, expand'' their trouble making capacity.


Reacting to the recent spat between Dr Singh and BJP Parliamentary Party Chairman L K Advani in the Lok Sabha, the RSS mouthpiece 'Organiser' in an editorial comment said Minister of State for External Affairs Shashi Tharoor had only confounded the problems for the country by stating Saudi as an ''interlocutor''.


''Saudi has its own predilections and is known to be indulgent towards Pakistan,'' the journal said.


Accusing the UPA Government of inflicting the ''greatest damage'' on the country's image, the RSS mouthpiece observed that a successful foreign policy requires a single source, one clear voice speaking for the country.


''We hope we are wrong, but there is a widespread feeling that there are many masters...handling the affairs of the South Block,'' the comment said.


''India has always been insisting on bilateral handling of its affairs with Pakistan and the role of an interlocutor comes only when the two sides are not on talking terms. To hold fruitless rounds of talks in Delhi and run to Saudi is a show of desperation if not utter contradiction,'' the editorial said.


''There is no use talking to Pakistan and it is 'hara-kiri' to have intermediaries like the US and Saudi to broker peace with a country whose raison d'etre was its cunning ego, consuming jealously and boorish enmity with India,'' the paper surmised.













  Bookmark and Share

Home | Top of the Page

  Comment on this article


E-mail Address:

Write here...







 Home | Contact Us | Disclaimer | Terms of Use | About Us | Feedback

Ummid Business: Advertise with us | Careers | Link Exchange is part of Awaz Multimedia & Publications providing World News, News Analysis and Feature Articles on Education, Health. Politics, Technology, Sports, Entertainment, Industry etc. The articles or the views displayed on this website are for public information and in no way describe the editorial views. The users are entitled to use this site subject to the terms and condition mentioned.