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‘Journey of Farmers Rebellion’ does Justice to path breaking movement

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By Harsh Thakor ‘The Journey of Farmers Rebellion’ is one of the most positive, productive or informative compilations or any reader wishing to gain an insight into the vagaries or intricacies of the farmers protest in Delhi. It portrays a...

Book Review: ‘It Ends with Us’ tells us ‘just keep swimming’ until we reach...

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Reviewed by Kulsum Farooque 'It Ends with Us' is a contemporary fiction novel written by American author Colleen Hoover. It is the author’s most popular and bestselling novel. It is narrated from the perspective of the main character, Lily Bloom. Growing...

‘Fractured Freedom’ by  Kobad Ghandy’ is a progressive book in its own right but...

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By Harsh Thakor Without doubt Comrade Kobad Ghandy in book ‘Fractured Freedom” has imbibed important lessons about the weaknesses inherent in the Communist Movement. It is a must read for those wishing to understand India. The book is most illustrative of...

The book ‘Concepts and Methods’ by K.MURALI (Ajith) exposes Brahmanical fascism

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By Harsh Thakor I may have important disagreements but feel this book ‘Concepts and Methods” merits being a part of every cadres library. In it's own right Ajith's book on Postisms is one of the classic writings, giving a new...

Book – India’s Passage from Democracy to Despotism

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India’s Passage from Democracy to Despotism

Fifty years After Naxalbari by Bernard De Mello

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By Harsh Thakor I recommend everyone to read this classic book titled “India-50 after Naxalbari” by Bernard D’Mellow that most analytically assesses metamorphosis in India in post-naxalbari era of Naxalbari, Maoist movement and emergence of fascism in India. In the...

How Fascism Works

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By T Navin Jason Stanley in the book titled ‘How fascism works: The politics of us and them’ describes fascist politics as characterized by ten aspects. The different headings under which it is discussed include: The mythic past, propaganda, anti-intellectual, unreality,...

Bill Gates new book on climate change : Target Net Zero by 2050

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By Asad Mirza In his new book on Climate Change and its adverse impact in the future, Bill Gates urges everyone to remember two things: Net Zero and 2050. It seems as if, after having grappled with malaria, HIV, Ebola and...

Tsundoku:Buying books and not reading them!

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By Bilal Ahmad Dar The worst thing about new books is that they keep us from reading the old ones: J. Joubert Book buying like other things is a passion. Academicians and students love to buy books. They have natural propensity...

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Women Insecurity and Rape Culture in India

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By Arif Rashid Malik Women Security is one of the formidable and onerous challenges for world right now. In spite of the fact that the...

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