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Sikhs demands declassification of documents relating to Operation Bluestar

Jun 2, 10:08 pm   Amritsar, June 2 (ANI): Sikh intellectuals as well as Sikh radicals maintain that the scars followingarmy action in Golden Temple, code named Operation Bluestar, are deep and could not be easily forgotten but they want government to declassify… Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Narendra Modi from Irom Sharmila Chanu

An Open Letter from Irom Sharmila Chanu forwarded by the Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) Honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modiji, South Block, Raisina Hill, New Delhi-110011 Phone +91-11-23012312+91-11-23012312 Fax +91-11-23019545, 23016857 Dated: 27th May, 2014 INDIA : An open letter to the… Continue Reading →

How did Modi win Like this – Honest introspection

HOW DID MODI WIN LIKE THIS? By – Sanjay Singhvi There have been many analysis from the left of the recent elections and Modi’s massive win. Some have said that it is not really such a massive victory. Some have… Continue Reading →

Secret diary of Narendra Modi

By SAUBHIK CHAKRABARTI, ET Bureau | 26 May, 2014, NEW DELHI: Even I am exhausted…the phone calls! And I am getting confused now. Like that phone call from Islamabad…Nawaz-bhai calling…I expected this was yet another party colleague asking for a ministry…so… Continue Reading →

Did Narendra Modi Abet Mass Murder ?

  by Subuhi Jiwani, World War 4 Report On May 16, 2014, vote counting day of India’s lower-house Lok Sabha elections, I received a message on Whatsapp text with the title “Aaj ki ABCD” or the “ABCD of the day.” All the… Continue Reading →

#Sundayreading – Salman Rushdie: On ‘Modi’s Toadies’

Salman Rushdie spoke on India: Religious Freedom and Personal Safety on April 28, 2014 at the 2014 PEN World Voices Festival. Let me talk a bit about my country of origin, about India. There is a general election under way in India… Continue Reading →

#Sundayreading- New Government, New India?

Dionne Bunsha: May 21, 2014 On Monday, Narendra Modi will be sworn in as India’s new Prime Minister. Is he a savior for India’s economy or a threat to the country’s secular democracy? Image from Flickr via narendramodiofficial By Dionne Bunsha It was a sunny day but no… Continue Reading →

#SundayReading – To be or not to be is no longer the question- we have ‘be’en “modi-fied”

  Guest Post by – Anwesha Dutta Anwesha is a PhD candidate at the Dept. of Anthropology, University of Tuebingen, Germany and before that she  completed her  MSW in Dalit and Tribal Social Work from TISS,Mumbai.  Her area of work… Continue Reading →

Will the PMO under Modi be fairer in dealing with RTI applications?

  VINITA DESHMUKH | 22/05/2014 12:53 PM |    Last year, Narendra Modi ridiculed the PMO for denying information to a citizen. Will his office be open to seriously dealing with RTI applications, considering that his home state Gujarat does not have a good record? People… Continue Reading →

A letter to my Prime Minister, Narendra Modi

 Ali Khan Mahmudabad in Counterflows | India, Politics As a citizen of India I want to have faith in my government. No matter who is elected I want to feel that the only thing that matters when the government looks at me is the fact… Continue Reading →

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