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Striking An Optimistic Note In Times Of Hate, Distrust

Striking An Optimistic Note In Times Of Hate, Distrust

Sep 29, 2022

A scholar reminisces his growing up in a sleepy town in Bihar and how its secular fabric changed after loud-mouthed Hindu fanatic leaders landed there

Indian Scientists, Freedom Struggle And Jawaharlal Nehru

Indian Scientists, Freedom Struggle And Jawaharlal Nehru

Feb 22, 2022

The popular phrase of the freedom struggle led by Mahatma Gandhi, Pandit Nehru, Maulana Azad, Vallabhbhai Patel and hundreds of others were based essentially on the principle of Ahimsa (non-violence) an active force of the highest order, in the words of Gandhiji.

Kunwar Mohammad Ashraf (1903-1962): The Gandhi-ite Communist

Kunwar Mohammad Ashraf (1903-1962): The Gandhi-ite Communist

Feb 18, 2022

Despite continuing to be a constitutionally secular country, majoritarianism is a hegemonic force now, even while its demography comprises a huge chunk of Muslim communities.

Maharana Pratap’s Statue In Lalganj And The  Rajput-Bhumihar Equation In Bihar’s Politics

Maharana Pratap’s Statue In Lalganj And The Rajput-Bhumihar Equation In Bihar’s Politics

Feb 04, 2022

When Bhumihar Don Munna Shukla became an MLA, he installed a big statue of Maharana Pratap at one of the busiest crossroads in Lalganj, Vaishali — perhaps to showcase the Bhumihar-Rajput 'alliance', forged against the rise of the backward castes under Lalu Prasad Yadav in the 1990s

Vikas Dubey Encounter: Constitutional Democracy Is Now A Theatre, Public Fantasy The Guiding Principle

Vikas Dubey Encounter: Constitutional Democracy Is Now A Theatre, Public Fantasy The Guiding Principle

Jul 10, 2020

Vikas Dubey became a symbol of great villainy in the public consciousness; something that concentrated unto itself vast public anger, and for the public to have catharsis, the symbol had to be busted.

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