Opinion
Agriculture continues to be a burden on capitalism

National report on the state of India’s women, revealed that the rural agricultural sector was the biggest employer for the female in India.

Mere debt waivers are not sufficient to resolve farm crisis

More than forty per cent of country’s farmers have said that they do not wish to continue with agriculture as their profession.  The dissatisfied farmers include both the most vulnerable and the well-off farmers.

Saffron party’s Dalit Politics

Dalit politics is up the foray yet again and this time its Hindu hardliner party, the BJP that has played a Dalit card by nominating Ram Nath Kovind an old RSS ideologue and Dalit face as its Presidential face.

The reason behind Dalit assertion is …..

Access to higher and professional education has enabled horizontal and vertical social and economic mobility for Dalits.

The grainy gold and vested interests behind the mining controversy

When older generations talk about huge mounds of sand covering landscape of Punjab, its difficult to even visualise the ease of availability. For now, sand is the grainy gold of the developing Punjab, a commodity which is the centre of a huge debate and controversy. In the Akali-BJP government, Sand mafia took over this crore business and commoners had to pay the asking price because the mafia was in powerful political hands. This was one of the main issue for a wipe out of Akali-BJP reign and people had pinned all their hopes on the new congress government or rather Captain Amarinder Singh

The grainy gold and vested interests behind the mining controversy

When older generations talk about huge mounds of sand covering landscape of Punjab, it is difficult to even visualize the ease of availability.  For now, sand is the grainy gold of the developing Punjab, a commodity which is the centre of a huge debate and controversy. In the Akali-BJP government, Sand mafia took over this crore business and commoners had to pay the asking price because the mafia was in powerful political hands. This was one of the main issues for a wipe out of Akali-BJP reign and people had pinned all their hopes on the new congress government or rather Captain Amarinder Singh

The age of mob lynching, intolerance & making of Hindu Rashtra

The space for free expression and freedom is shrinking rapidly. The fascist forces are trying to shut voices of freedom and we are compelled to fight the battle in the available space.

Can united opposition beat mighty Modi?

Lalu has also cautioned the non-BJP parties that a united opposition would be the only option to take on the BJP and Narendra Modi in the next general elections.

Here is the list promise the NDA hasn’t fulfilled in three years

The demonetization of high-value currency notes last year showed that the government is free to play around with the rupee.

Can Rajnikanth be next MGR?

MGR was an exception as no other male filmstar in Tamil cinema has been successful in transferring his screen popularity to electoral success.

Justice Karnan: case of Dalit taking on ghastly Hindutva monolith

Curious standoff between Calcutta High Court Judge C S Karnan and Supreme Court is getting sufficient lime light but none of the media houses largely controlled by upper-caste has bothered to scrutinize the issue beyond catchy headlines or ceremonial short time discussions.

Presidential election: acid test for Socialist and Communist forces

SP, BSP, CPI(M), JD(U) must shed their differences and their leaders must prepare themselves for a bigger challenge. Politicians must shed their personal egos aside and consolidate a secular front to take on the fascist right wing.

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