Reading Time: 6 minutes If there is an honest and impartial implementation of the NRC, which BJP leaders will end up in the detention centres? Well, there are a few of them.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Even when the Supreme Court’s CAA hearing starts, the people won’t be quite excited about it as their struggle will continue to defeat the Modi regime.
Reading Time: 5 minutes Is the CAA an exclusionary law? What will be the implications of this law in Assam and the northeastern states where the Bengali Hindus face discrimination.
Reading Time: 12 minutes There is a misconception that the CAA will disenfranchise Muslims. Rather, it’s the NRC, which is made mandatory by the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2003.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Who are Hindutva fascism’s secret allies? Only those liberal democrats who are fascism enablers? Or those social-democrats as well who betray the workers?
Reading Time: 5 minutes Amitabh Bachchan is criticised for his silence on every crucial public issue during Narendra Modi’s tenure. But what else we expected from someone like him?
Reading Time: 5 minutes It’s a dire need at present to link the mass struggles against the CAA and NRC with the working class’s movements against fascism and neo-liberal economy.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Bisecting India through the contentious CAA and NRC by the BJP must be thwarted by upholding the pluralism and diversity that the Constitution celebrates.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019, marked the end of the “idea of India” which Nehru and the first generation of Indian leaders envisioned.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The massive public support for the Hyderabad encounter and its glorification proved India is not marching towards but is in a dangerous mobocracy now.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Rahul Bajaj questioning Amit Shah over the reign of fear that rules India isn’t an act of rebellion but the annoyance of a section of capitalism with Modi.
Reading Time: 5 minutes On 5 August 2019 the Indian government challenged the foundations of the Constitution, by large scale oppression and silencing of the voices from Kashmir.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The critical analysis of the Supreme Court’s Ayodhya verdict brings up a lot of contradictions within the verdict and the gross denial of justice to Muslims
Reading Time: 5 minutes The bifurcation of Jammu & Kashmir and the brutal suppression of people’s democratic aspirations won’t help India to defeat the Kashmiri people’s struggle.
Reading Time: 6 minutes The Supreme Court has reserved its verdict on the Ayodhya dispute. It’s not land that the Muslims are fighting for, but their equal Constitutional rights.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Abhijit Banerjee won the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for 2019. It’s imperative to do an objective analysis of his work to understand what it means.
Reading Time: 9 minutes Modi said that the first 100 days of his second innings were merely showing the trailer, the film is yet to come. India shivers thinking about the film.
Reading Time: 11 minutes The UNSC, by asking India and Pakistan to resolve the current crisis in Kashmir through bilateral talks, mocked the agony and pain of the Kashmiri people.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Since the arrival of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the Indian political scenario from 2002 onwards, India has steadily drifted into the world of pseudo-reality. By 2019, India has fallen […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes The Kashmiris are not merely robbed of their identity and the “special status” vestige, their land and women are now treated as spoils of war.