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Inequality, Indian Style

By ROGER COHEN, NYT NEW DELHI — As we weave through early-morning Delhi traffic on his motorbike, Ravi Gulati gets into a riff about status symbols in India, how from Armani jeans to Audis they are almost all Western, and how… Continue Reading →

Statement condemning the Targeting and Vilification of Harsh Mander by Narendra Modi

Statement condemning the Targeting and Vilification of Harsh Mander by Narendra Modi N Delhi, 12th, June, 2013   With great pride we would like to put on record that the work of our colleague and friend Harsh Mander, for the… Continue Reading →

Disinformation and Journalistic Ethics: A Letter from Harsh Mander

June 6, 2013   by Aditya Nigam We are publishing below a communication received from Harsh Mander, a former member of the National Advisory Council, regarding misrepresentation of his position and his politics by no less a person than the editor-in-chief… Continue Reading →

Statement Condemning the Maoist Politics of Murder in Chhattisgarh

Statement Condemning the Maoist Politics of Murder in Chhattisgarh! We, the undersigned, strongly condemn the horrific massacre of leaders and workers of the Congress Party and the security forces accompanying them, carried out by the CPI(Maoist) in Chhattisgarh on Saturday. We… Continue Reading →

Appeal for Contributions for Relief Camps in Assam

Over two lakh persons are still housed in relief camps in Dhubri, Chirang and Kokrajhar districts of Lower Assam, in the wake of a series of violent clashes. This is down to about half the peak of nearly five lakh… Continue Reading →

Sunday Reading–Artivism In The Age Of Capitalism- #SJ #Aamir Khan

by-Samvartha Sahil– In a recent article on Satyameva Jayate (SJ hereafter) one of our important film, TV and theater artist B. Suresha brought in the argument of the visible and invisible connection between commerce and art and on how the… Continue Reading →

Activists like Aruna Roy, Jean Dreze write to PM demanding medical attention for Soni Sori

30 APR, 2012, 12.14PM IST, M RAJSHEKHAR,ET BUREAU NEW DELHI: Over 250 activists, academics, intellectuals and democratic institutions have written to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh demanding that medical attention be immediately provided to Adivasi school teacher, Soni Sori,… Continue Reading →

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