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Vajpayee Was Diametrically Opposite to Modi: Gujarat Riot in 2002 was a Dividing Line

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Spread the love           Behind the current proximity between the party and its mentor is the attitudinal difference between Vajpayee and Modi. Unlike Vajpayee, Modi has always belonged to his party’s more hawkish sections, a reputation which was highlighted by the Gujarat riots when Vajpayee had counselled the then chief minister of the state to adhere to […]


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Human Rights Justice: Methods of Testimonial Therapy to Generate Human Rights Movement – II

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Spread the love           In the second and final part of the research article, Amit, our Editor-at-Large (Europe) examines the methods of Testimonial Therapy (TT) to generate the human rights movement. He tells us about the four stages of TT, rehabilitation and mobilisation, and the social theories at play. These help the Dalits to move from torture […]


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Amit Shah Using Sampark to Redefine Political Contours

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Spread the love           Modi rode to power riding on the support of the urban middle class. But unfortunately, this middle class has turned his bitter critic, notwithstanding every attempt to refurbish his image. It is this class which Shah is targeting for his mission. Shah knows that while the government and the party must fulfill the […]


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Kerala Polity Acquiring a Redder Hue: Outlook Ominous for Congress, BJP

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Spread the love           CPI(M) candidate Saji Cherian retained the seat by trouncing Congress candidate D Vijaya Kumar by a record margin of over 20,000 votes. BJP’s P S Sreedharan Pillai, who was hopeful of upsetting the applecart of both the LDF and the UDF came a distant third. A report, for Different Truths. There is no […]


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Time up for Undemocratic Choreography of BJP

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Spread the love           The problem with such stage-managed shows is the fostering of an illusion of control and invincibility, which are the hallmarks of the Modi dispensation. These are standard techniques of authoritarian regimes which may work in a dictatorship but are out of place in democracies. This was the lesson which Indira Gandhi learned to […]


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Why is Rahul Gandhi Finally Adopting Mamata Model for 2019 Poll?

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Spread the love           The Congress President Rahul Gandhi has been acting as the unifier of the anti-BJP forces giving up the arrogance associated with the grand old party that it is the natural party of governance. Karnataka assembly elections results set the process and frankly speaking, the emergence of the BJP as the single largest party […]


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BJP Ministers Insensitive to Plight of Farmers

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Spread the love           During last four years of Modi government rule, in spite of long sustainable movement, the government continues to be unmoved. Thousands of subsistence level farmers and peasants committed suicide, but these deaths did not have any impact on the government. A report, for Different Truths. Like his illustrious leader, Union agriculture minister Radha […]


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Much More than Anti-Incumbency behind BJP Rout: Voters Have Changed the Poll Narrative

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Spread the love           The results of the by-elections clearly imply that the people, especially the poor, Dalits and minorities across the country have polarised to protect the secular ethics of the country. The recent uprising of the extremely poor and Dalits even in the states of Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat makes it clear that secularism, self-respect, […]


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By-Poll Results Give Big Boost to Opposition Unity

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Spread the love           It is now obvious that a united opposition can defeat the BJP. As much is clear from the Kairana and Noorpur by-election results which are a continuation of the anti-BJP trends noted earlier in Gorakhpur and Phulpur. These outcomes are of particular interest because they pertain to U.P. where the BJP won 71 […]


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A Total Anti-BJP Unity can bring down Saffron Strength to 150 Seats

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Spread the love           In the aftermath of Karnataka state government formation, the way has opened up for forming a solid platform of the non-BJP parties who do not want the saffrons to take over power again in the coming Lok Sabha poll. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a leader with determination and he is committed to […]


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