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  • Politics of hate v/s Politics of work done

    “The message is simple, the politics of hate can be defeated. When an arrogant Home Minister in Modi government, Amit Shah  had to say, that the statements like “goli maaro” and “Indo-Pak match” should not…

     
  • Why delay ending Teacher’s strike?

    “Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today,” Malcolm X was an African-American Muslim leader and human rights activist who’s widely admired for his courageousness in advocating…

     
  • India has failed Gandhi

    Indians protesting against the much debated Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA)—which essentially disenfranchises minorities, especially Muslims— had to face bullets when on Thursday, 30 January, when a 17-year-old shot at peaceful protesters, injuring one, near Jamia…

     
  • Outreach that is constrained

    The Shaheen Bagh protest has become the most familiar word with almost all channels not only in India but also worldwide too. While the channels based outside India state that it’s an ongoing 24/7 sit…

     
  • Iran owns up! What Next?

    Protesters and riot police are facing off in various cities in Iran as angry demonstrations are taking place across the country as leaders acknowledged having shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane, killing 176 people. The…

     
  • Is it “NORMALCY”?

    It has been five months since the Narendra Modi’s Government moved article 370, but there is no sign of ‘normalcy’ yet. However, the Home Minister Amit Shah has claimed from the parliament that there is…

     
  • Hiding agendas by creating confusion

    Members of Parliament were given the copies of the bill in the morning and ruling party along with its alliance partners made sure that the bill gets passed by evening. The very next day, the…

     
  • A YEAR OF RIFTS, CONFLICTS

    As 2019 draws to a close, the rift among the various stakeholders has never been so wide. From the moment, Donald Trump came to launch his presidential bid in 2015; his attacks on immigrants have…

     
  • The Resignation was always there

    It was quiet evident that Andrew Scheer was going to leave, even though after the drubbing received at the federal election of 2019, he had said, “Nobody is more disappointed in the results than me…

     
  • Instant justice versus the rule of law

    The news of all four accused in the rape and murder of a 26-year-old veterinary doctor on November 29 having been gunned down by the Hyderabad Police in an encounter on December 6 is shocking…