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The Revolutionary Legacy of Bhagat Singh: An Interview with Chaman Lal

  by Bernard D’Mello Chaman Lal retired as professor of Hindi translation from the Centre of Indian Languages, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, and is now associated with the Centre for Comparative Literature as Professor-Coordinator at the Central University of Punjab,… Continue Reading →

On the Martyrs’ Day: Bhagat Singh on Revolution on the eve of His Hanging

    Bhagat Singh, Sukhdev and Rajguru – three revolutionary nationalists – were hanged this day 83 years back, in 1931, in Lahore by the British colonial rulers of India for taking part in armed struggles aimed at freeing India… Continue Reading →

Of Sexist Russell Brand & Why the Revolution was Not Televised #mustread

By Saswat Pattanayak Red Monthly | October 2013 Russell Brand’s allegedly humorous attempt at explaining away his motivation for editing a political magazine is not just sexist (“asked by an attractive woman”), it is also inherently elitist. At the risk… Continue Reading →

#India – Youth grasp reigns of revolution

 Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA Malavika Velayanikal Urban youngsters are getting acquainted with people’s mutinies across India. Youngsters in rap attention at one of the earlier interactive sessions organised in the city. Here is news for all those who thought… Continue Reading →

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