On 8th October, despite heavy rains, citizens of Delhi joined the 'India Behind Bars' Conference at Press Club of India in solidarity with political prisoners incarcerated various under acts like UAPA, AFSPA, NSA and PSA. . .
With less than two years left for the 2024 general elections and the economy tumbling rapidly downhill, the Modi regime is desperately working on its tested and trusted strategy of communal scapegoating to divert the. . .
On 14 October, 1956, Babasaheb Ambedkar, accompanied by lakhs of people, had embraced Buddhism. The place was Nagpur, and the venue is since known as Deekshabhoomi where a stupa was inaugurated on 18 December 2001. . .
Fascism’s Spatial Geographies In October 1922, Benito Mussolini and his National Fascist Party staged a march on Rome. Through this march, Mussolini seized power in Italy and inaugurated the first self-proclaimed fascist government in the. . .
More and more people in India and concerned observers of the Indian political scene from across the world increasingly agree that parliamentary democracy in India is faced with a real and growing threat of a. . .
What India Must Learn From These Experiences The RSS and the entire Hindu-supremacist faction in India remained aloof from India’s freedom struggle, instead choosing to collaborate with the colonial British rule’s “Divide and Rule” mission. . .
(In the wake of the decision by various BJP state governments to enact laws criminalising “love jehad”, we reproduce statements by the All India Lawyers’ Association for Justice and the All India Progressive Women’s Association. . .