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General Elections 2024: Making sense of the Uttar Pradesh surprise
Under the circumstances and given the limited resources at their disposal, the SP and the Congress could have hardly done anything more. But the results have opened new doors of possibilities for both the parties,...
An egalitarian Constitution wins, a divisive vice-like grip eases
Looking at the BJP’s election campaign, it was as if the party had already fulfilled its core agenda – that its mission was all but over and what was only left to be done was...
In India, a counterproductive discourse of nationalism
The founding principles of the Hindu religion are against the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. The kind of nationalism it speaks for is the assertion of brahmanical hegemony. Political Hindutva cannot bring prosperity unless...
These suffocating private universities are helping no one
The ignorance of Galgotias University students is indicative of the larger rot that is setting in in higher education through the proliferation of private universities. Those mocking the students of Galgotias should instead be mocking...
SC-ST victims of atrocities denied at least ₹1140 crores in relief over the period 2015-22, finds study
The monetary relief pertains to a national scheme instituted early in the first term of the Narendra Modi-led...
Who is celebrating Mukhtar Ansari’s death – the Dalitbahujan or the Savarna?
Mukhtar’s father Subhanullah was associated with the communist movement and his struggle against the landlords and feudal elements...
Narendra Modi is following in Pushyamitra Shunga’s footsteps, but who will stop him?
A recent statement by SP national chief Akhilesh Yadav that on coming to power they would build grand...
Uttar Pradesh: Those who turned Akhilesh against Swami Prasad Maurya ultimately ditched him
Not long ago, the likes of Manoj Pandey, Rakesh Pandey and Abhay Singh were pressurizing the SP leadership...
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