Singh, now 93, shares memories of an India that Nehru envisaged and recollects the moment when 'Pandit ji' inspired him to be a part of the 'exciting adventure of building a new India'.
- Abhik bhattacharya
Newly-appointed chief minister of Jharkhand, Champai Soren, says that the Union Government has been suppressing Adivasi voices and leadership
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 22, 2024
Adivasis have their own customary traditions and enshrined constitutional rights. Yet attempts are being made to not only take away their guaranteed privileges, but also to bring them into the Hindu fold
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 21, 2024
The recent attempts of Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) leader Hemant Soren to bring Adivasi identity to the centre of politics comes at a time when Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been leading the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) outreach to the community ahead of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 13, 2024
While efforts by dating apps to not let caste take over one’s choice of ‘right-swiping’ are considered a step in the right direction, users feel that those who prioritise caste identity have ways to figure it out.
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 11, 2024
- Nitish Jumped Boat After Karpoori Thakur’s Bharat Ratna; Will RLD Jump After Chaudhary Charan Singh?
Following PM Modi's announcement of conferring Bharat Ratna on former PM and fierce Jat icon, Chaudhary Charan Singh, all eyes are on RLD and Jayant Chaudhary's next step leading up to the 2024 polls.
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 9, 2024
The content of the letter PM Modi referred to in his Rajya Sabha speech is found to be true. Nehru really expressed his displeasure over continuing reservations that could affect ‘meritocracy’. But it was also Nehru who first used the term Other Backward Classes (OBC) on the floor of the house.
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 8, 2024
It is crucial to look at how millions of indigenous people would be affected if Uniform Civil Code gets implemented
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 5, 2024
Nitish Kumar has switched from one alliance to the other depending on the winnability factor and the hunger to win has dominated his political career. While the ideology of social justice politics is sustained in his policies, it cannot precede his efforts to dodge any prospect of being unseated.
BY Abhik Bhattacharya February 2, 2024
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