Why inspite of 54 years since Naxalbari uprising today the party and revolutionary movement remains splintered

By Harsh Thakor In spite of 54 years since the epic naxalbari uprising and formation of the CPI (ML) the movement is hardly moving in the direction to re-organise the party. A series of conflicting and opportunist trends and theoretical weaknesses are crippling the development of an organized movement. This is disheartening when fascism of […]

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Country’s Medical System Needs A Revamp

By Asad Mirza During the continuing Covid pandemic, one fraternity, which has been eulogized for its dedication and services in India, is the medical fraternity. To date as per the Indian Medical Association (IMA), 1017 doctors have died during the current pandemic since last year. The actual numbers may be higher as the doctors’ association […]

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Anti CAA protests : Breaking the stereotypes of Muslim women

By Adeeba Hussain The resilience and fortitude are the most appropriate words for today’s Muslim women. Muslim women have been victim both within the community as well as outside it. Personal law have always been used by the conservative and patriarchal religious leaders to oppress the women. Practices like purdah, polygamy, instant triple talaq etc. […]

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Are RSS fraternal ties with military junta behind India’s soft stand on slaughter of people in Myanmar?  

By Prof. Shamsul Islam If a shameful act means an action which is criminal and nauseating; it would be an understatement to describe the attitude of the present RSS-BJP rulers of India towards the demolition of democracy and large scale killing of the people of Myanmar by the military [tatmadaw] junta which took power through […]

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Russia – India relations poised to climb to new heights

By Dr. Rahul Kumar Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov is likely to visit India April 5-6. Hopefully, during his visit to India, several MOUs are likely to be signed between Russia & India to strengthen pathways to the Russia- India strategic partnership. The outgoing US Ambassador to India Kenneth I. Juster  in his interview with […]

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The ‘genocide’ in India: Atrocities on Dalits and tribals is a disgrace to the country

By Justice Markandey Katju I had a long talk with a German today on Skype. I had earlier sent him my two recent published articles – ‘The greatest crime in history‘ and ‘Are Germans inherently evil?‘. I told him that the Nazi genocide of Jews was no doubt terrible. But it was not unique. The […]

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Environmental Communication and Chennai City

By Syed Ali Mujtaba Introduction – Environmental communication is rapidly changing the discourse of mass communication pedagogy. It is all about conveying environmental concerns and seeking answers in terms of human interaction with nature. Environmental Communication has to do a lot with the protection of humankind and nature surrounding human beings. It creates awareness about the […]

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Undoing the Indian Republic : The RSS-BJP way

By Shamsul Islam RSS-BJP Rulers Declare Golwalkar, a Die-hard Casteist, Male Chauvinist, Conspirator, Hindutva Bigot, Habitual Liar, Denigrator of secular-democratic Indian Polity & Follower of Nazism as New Father of the Nation! First time in the history of independent India, in-charge minister of the Cultural Ministry in the current Modi government, Prahlad Singh Patel has […]

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Hindu Nationalism: A brief history

By Ram Puniyani As per Indian Constitution India is a secular democratic Country. Lately Hindu nationalism has started impacting the nature of state and citizenship in a very strong way. As Indian Nationalism developed during freedom movement, Hindu nationalism and Muslim Nationalism came as opposites of Indian Nationalism. The origin of Hindu nationalism and also Muslim […]

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