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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Is secularism a threat to Traditions of India?

By Ram Puniyani India got independence from British colonial rule on 15th August 1947 after a long struggle which was inclusive and had plural dimensions. Foundation of Indian Constitution is Liberty, Equality, Fraternity and Justice. The values of secularism are deeply ingrained all through and particularly in Articles 14, 19, 22, and 25. It gives us […]

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RSS and freedom movement: Glossing over the non participation

By Ram Puniyani RSS the parent organization of ruling BJP is quiet often being discussed in the public domain. While it has grown tremendously during last few years, there are attempts by many ideologues from its stable to prove that it was a major player in the freedom struggle. Rakesh Sinha, known as RSS ideologue […]

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

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 COVID-19 the billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft co-founder has a new passion now, to solve […]

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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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