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Why Does ‘PM-Cares’ When There is Already PMNRF?

What was the need for ‘PM-CARES’ fund, when there is the already established Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund, which has the same objective of dealing with Natural Calamities?


Newfound “Khichdi Politics” by the Delhi Government; Opposition Enjoys the Meal

Today, the only difference between the government made by the opposition parties and the government made by BJP is that the former have populist government policies with them, with a pinch of minority appeasement. With time if, BJP starts implementing policies on free electricity and developing schools, there will be no difference left between the opposition and the BJP. The thin line of an ideological stand on NRC (while supporting CAA) remains the only prerogative left with the opposition


Ayodhya Case: My ‘Fear’ Before and After the Verdict

The sentiments ran high, perhaps higher than on the day of an Indo-Pak match, it was like… an internal Indo-Pak match. What caught my attention was the bandwidth of emotions that flowed in the conversations. Never had I seen a larger chunk of mass unable to process their emotions and be collectively indecisive.


Surge of fascism; Death to democracy

The article explores how Fascism is slowly taking over the idea of democracy, the idea of free speech and the idea of freedom holistically.


Bhima Koregaon To ‘War And Peace’: Why The Activists Are Still Under Arrest?

Versions of History, Intercaste Conflict, Violence in Dalit Procession and Modi’s Nuclear Physicist Bhide Guruji. We Lookback ‘event-by-event’ on how dominant Hindutva groups influenced local riots and the BJP led governments used that in one of the biggest conspiracy-based crackdown of intellectuals and activists under Unlawful Prevention Act in the name of ‘Urban Naxal’. 


Who Lynched Pehlu Khan?

An Alwar court on Wednesday acquitted all six accused in the lynching of Pehlu Khan, killed two years ago by a mob that set upon him while he was transporting cows.


This Lynching, That Thrashing: The Violent Politics of India

Political violence recently has occupied a major room all over India in the relations of the officials, irrespective of the party they belong to. The Politicians are so blindfolded with their position that they are brazenly attacking the officials on duty.


The Politics of Denialism

Indian newspapers screaming out reports of lynchings and abuse with evidence are quietly ignored, whereas western reports are compulsory to be addressed. The confluence of right wing arguments fake news , indifference and colonial hangover makes the public a little more un-empathetic each day. Perhaps it is underestimated how troublesome denialism can play out to be in the long run.

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