Profile of Badri Narayan
In his new book Badri Narayan says, ‘Much of the BJP’s popularity today has to do with the socio-cultural mindset that the Sangh has formed in the last fifty to sixty years through its groundwork’.
Learning mother tongue will also help future generations forge a relation with their own social and cultural fabric.
The best higher education institutions of the world work as knowledge centres that facilitate social change in society. They also appear as job provider and development facilitator.
Due to the fear of infection, social distancing might become a long term strategy for human survival and it may gradually transform into a social mode of Indian life.
People are evaluating the performance of chief ministers based on their performance to curb and control the Coronavirus with strict implementation of lockdown and sensitive handling of marginalised people.
Institutions like JNU, TISS, and CSDS, and Centre for the Study of Social Science, have a strong tradition of social science research and must be strengthened to realise government's vision, writes Badri Narayan, Director of the G.B. Pant Social Science Institute.
After suffering massive setbacks in the Lok Sabha elections 2019, BSP and SP have parted ways but till they can expand their base among the marginalised communities, BJP will not be threatened in Uttar Pradesh
The Congress, with its shrinking but small and loyal voter base, could play a significant role to soar up the collective fortunes of the anti-BJP camp as well as win a dignified number of seats for itself.
The 2019 story is being scripted around new socio-political alliances against Modi
Rahul’s use of religion shows an intent to fight the BJP on its turf
The losses in the bypolls contain a dire message for the BJP
The BJP may laugh it off. But the reunion of two key UP parties can bolster an anti-Lotus national front.
This unholy saffron-Samajwadi dodge will not come to any good