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  • $ ~ S $ S ~ $ ~ S. ; ! -¥ ¥ ~ e S $ S $ S $ S ~~S WORLD NEEDS REVIVAL OF RELIGION € S "This is no age for ,the revival of any sectional or communal religion. S ~ Hinduism or Islam or Christianity or Buddhism, in spite of the ex- ~.'. ~ cellent things that are in each. This is an age for a synthesis of ~ _ ~ all religions. God is One and Religion also is One and the same. l!ifl ~ This is the grand truth that men have to learn in this age and they ~ ~ shall have to be, as they are being made to be conscious $ of it. Forms differ. But forms are non-ess,ential, hence immaterial. ~ ~ Hindus, Mussalmans, Sikhs, Christians-w~are all of One Religion. $ S God is our Greatest Common Factor, God is our One Common Father ~ S and we are all His children, and have to behave with one another $ S as such ........ What the wo~ld needs is a revival of Religion, universal S S and eternal and in the hearts_of men, not of any sectional religion. ~ S God will not permit it. Mankind needs to be united in One God. S $ Th.ey need one universal religion of love, piety and brotherhood." S 'S ~Alokanand Mahabharati. S S $ S s l ~-s ¥- ¥ ~ s !. ~ 'W S S $: ~ $ , c mIDwmwmmmmmmmmmmIDmmmmmID~~wmw~m~

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  • No. 45-VOL.-XLVIII. FRIDAY 17TH NOVE~IllER, 1950

    .FRlDAY 17TH NO\'El~BEn, 1950

    True To Form

    sympathy). But Senator Nicholls is a re-

    sourceful man, an old soldier, a practised p:1tliameot:1ry hand. So, the good Senator, (whose memo-

    Indian Education

    The unhappy victim, about to be chastised with scorpions Deed hardly worry about their number being one or two more or less.

    ~1\VITH the celebration of \'1\1 the Silver Jubilee of

    the Natal Indian Teach- ers' Society last w~elil the ques. tion of Indian education came very much to tbe forefront, as. indeed. it sorely netded to. when it was reali.ed that over thirty thousand children of school- going age were without school facilities and hundred. who were completio£ their primary education had to wallo th~ streets for want of adequate provision for hilther education. The unique gatberio~ at tbe :\valon Theatre last Friday morning, when the Administra- tor, Mr. D. G, Sbepstooe. per- Formed the opening of the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the Society, the high standard of spetches made at the o

  • 17th November, 1950

    HINDU DHARMA By- H. K. Galtdlll

    Prlc. 10/-

    To be. ha4 from:

    'INDIAN OPINION,' P/Ball, Pho_nlx, N.,.I

    could be be otherwise made u I ~ in the Im.age of God. Scia, J essenthlly good, man requita nnly so much government =- is nec=ry for hu security and safety. On these two fUDda. mental principles or truths the way of freedom wa.s laid out.

    "Young people in the United States ro ·day, th~ genention that will come into power in the nat 20 to 30 years, these youn, people are even more ronviac:cd of the benelils of democracy that were their fathers.' Thr growth of community spirit, the pride that gDe.'l with accompli.hment in mattetll of civic welfare hal lIpre

  • Mrs. VIJAYA LAKSHMI PANDIT

    peace was dependent on universal respect for human rights and fun- damental freedom. Mrs. Pandit said the resolution contained all the arguments of the case she sought to present.

    She quoted from the resolution, stressing that peace could not be secured solely by collective security arrangements. but that genuine and lasting peace de- pended also upon the observance of all the principles and purpose~ of tbe Charter, especially upon respect for human rights.

    357

    Group Areas Act )las. Pandit detailed the pro-

    visIons of the Group Areas Act, and showed how they ;Jf[ected the Indian community.

    "In a group area assigned to a non-Indian group, say a \Vhite group, Indiaos cannot in future acquire any property.

    "If 30 Indian cwns property in such an area, when it is de- clared a group area, for Whites, he can s.1I it to a \Vhite person, or hold it until his death, when it will have to be sold to a White person orly, the Det procuds going to his heirs," she said.

    All Indians, mdividUting Indian busiDesses, in expectation that they would have: to be wound up.

    "This is ihe threat facing the Indian and African communities in South Africa today. Tbere is an incorrect belief that what is now happening is only the con- tinuation of difficulties com- plained of in the past.

    "In actual fJct, it should be realised tbat what is now being attempted is a complete degrada- tion of tbe indigenous and Indian population and an early extinc- tion of the latter . S.A.P.A.

    Despitt tilt Universal feeling that the round-table conferrnrt bad been sabotaged by the Group Areas Act,.said Mrs. Pandit, the Indian Government had first asked that the Bill b~ held up, pendiDg the results of the pro- posed round table conference.

    They had ureed that the round table conference should be con- vened immedute1y, and not in October or November, 1950, which would clearly be afler the Bill became law.

    The only reaction, she said, was that on May 26, the Prime Minister, Dr. Malan, moved the application of the guillotine, limitiog tne second reading of the Bill to 22 hours :lnd all st;Jges to 52 hours.

    It was only after the !:lilure of the Indian Republic's attempts to hold the conference before thc enactment of the Bill that the Indian Republic's Government informed the Union Government that tbey had decided not to p.1r- ticipate in thc round table C,JD- ference.

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