India observed ‘communal harmony week’ – Why we have no reason to celebrate

However, majority do not know anything about communal harmony week. Let alone celebrating the week in its true spirit, currently some states are even... Read more »

‘Love Jihad’ theory is a very calculated effort to deny individuals their choice to marry

Rule of law and constitutionalism alone will protect life and liberty of individuals and we must build better narrative for common people and ensure... Read more »

Rahul sandwiched in internal power politics of Congress

This time, two things came at a time. The Obama memoir and the dismal performance of the Congress in Bihar. Immediately thereafter, the usual... Read more »

Law against ‘love jihad’ is against progressive social and political transformation towards an egalitarian society in India

The purification movement led by several Hindu organisations during that period echoes today. Love jihad is an extension of purity of Hindu race based... Read more »

Australian diaspora rights group in shock over O’Farrell’s visit to RSS headquarters in India

The letter recalled, RSS-floated Barjang Dal's Dara Singh was convicted for heinous hate crime and murder of Australian pastor Graham Stuart Staines and his... Read more »

Bihar leads in undemocratic, authoritarian and autocratic and divisive politics and governance

But the Prime Minister who boasts himself of being the ‘saviour’ of the poor and the working class, did not even utter a word... Read more »

What happened in Bihar?

Bihar needs to come out of 30 years of Industrial and Entrepreneurial lockdown. Bihar has a string demography, which has the potential to be... Read more »

Why rise of Biden is not good news for Modi

There is surely a ‘turning of tables’ for India, as India under Modi had been banking very heavily on Trump, without caring for... Read more »

CDRO “Witch-hunting of opposition must be stopped”

When the state-power begins to fear the pen, tongue and lips, it resorts to undemocratic suppression of dissent Read more »

New National Education Policy to ‘destroy’ public education system

NEP is a complete project to enslave the minds of the learners to the corporate capitalist system. Terms such as scientific approach, critical thinking,... Read more »

India’s topmost economists estimates that GDP decline was around 50%, and not 23%

Referring to the impact of Covid-19 on the unorganized sector, Prof Kumar said, 94% of the employment in this sector yields 45% of the... Read more »

Why statements like ‘Indian Muslims are most happiest in world’ is like rubbing salt on the wounds of a besieged community

To call that Indian Muslims are happiest in the World due to Hindus or they are most content in the World, must a joke.... Read more »

TRP racket – Indian media ignores the dirt defacing its own image

“The manipulation does not involve just financial fraud, but a bigger crime of fraud on the people’s right to know the truth, which the... Read more »

Amnesty International India becomes latest victim of Government

The continuing crackdown on Amnesty International India over the last two years and the complete freezing of bank accounts is not accidental. Read more »

Babri Masjid demolition judgment – Some celebrate, others are in shock

Meanwhile, civil society and human rights activists were shocked at the acquittal of all the accused. Read more »

Farm bills, speechless democracy and media

The mainstream media, instead of articulating the interests of the famers and workers, is complicit in state machinations and corporate interests. Read more »

Will the three bills solve issues that small and marginal farmers are facing?

But, as in the bill there is no mechanism suggested for price fixation and negotiation, the farmers will be exploited by the corporates. At... Read more »

Kapil Mishra continues with hate speeches and accusations – Is he above the law?

However, Kapil Mishra, has continued making hate speeches and accusations as always. Social media users also uploaded videos to remind him of how, encouraged... Read more »

This is what civil society can do to protect vulnerable children amidst Covid-19

Amidst these ‘visible’ problems, there are other issues that have remained ‘invisible’. One such issue is the effect of the pandemic on children, specifically,... Read more »

Can Brahmins Bring Revolution: An Assessment Through The Prism Of Tarimela Nagi Reddy

The communist movements of India of all streams have, so far, not produced a Nagreddy level intellectual and Satyamurthy level poet and ... Read more »