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    SIGNS OF THE TIMES

    By Humra Quraishi May stands for Manto - after all, this rebel writer was born on 11 May, many summers back, in 1912, in Punjab's Samrala, in district Ludhiana.For the last few days I have been thinking what if Saadat Hasan Manto was alive today in these dark times! Would he have survived? Nah, it's not just a question about the virus but the human disasters and destruction taking place all round us. Murders of the...

    • 3 hrs ago
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    Pandemic: Implications of RSS statement

    By Dr Prem Singh"The RSS wants to hide the grim conditions which have beset the nation that is why it is continuing to fabricate a narrative of lies. It is necessary for it, because it is currently at the top among the forces destabilizing India. Some recent cases can be seen in this context, which are directly related to the RSS/BJP."The Rastriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) tasted the allure of...

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    Integrated View of All Dam and Hydro Projects in Himalayan Region is Needed

    By Bharat Dogra"What is no less important, and perhaps even more important aspect is that an integrated view of all the projects, even those included within a country, or just a state, is often not taken, not to mention an integrated view of the entire Himalayan region."There is generally a very strong tendency in terms of the appraisal of various projects...

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    India's Apocalypse: Seditious Social Media Turns Saviour

    By Brinda GulatiPrime Minister Narendra Modi has been bannered as the leader of the viral apocalypse in India by The Australian. While there has been furore from the officials of the Central Government purporting these claims as 'astonishing' and 'misleading'; it is undeniable that the international coverage of the acute shortage of hospital beds and oxygen cylinders...

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    Covid-19 Mismanagement: Can India 'Do' a Brazil?

    "Brazil's Parliamentary Enquiry is probing the way the Bolsonaro-led government handled the pandemic leading to the deaths of 4,00,000 Brazilians. Apart from openly disagreeing with or expressing his opposition to Covid appropriate behaviour - like wearing a mask, maintaining physical distancing - he is reported to have addressed rallies with none of the participants wearing masks...

    • yesterday
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    The Russian Vaccine

    By Gwynne DyerSomewhere in the bowels of the Russian Ministry of Health until recently was a tormented medical bureaucrat who had to calculate the daily Covid-19 death toll. He was tormented because he had been told that the number must not rise beyond 400.We know that because for the past couple of weeks he was signalling frantically that the published number is a lie. He did that by reporting that the daily deaths were 399,...

    • yesterday
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    Hindutva 'onslaught': Ayodhya is only a curtain raiser, Mathura, Kashi follow suit

    "It is quite unfortunate that ordinary religious people get carried away by this propaganda and start supporting this kind of politics. The objective of underlying politics is polarization of Hindu votes projecting Muslims as enemies, invaders, scheming and brutal people.."By Anandi Pandey, Lubna Sarwath, Sandeep Pandey* A common question asked by upper...

    • 2 days ago
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    Capitalist trap? Pandemic severely weakens collective bargain of labour movements

    By Bhabani Shankar Nayak* The coronavirus pandemic has already caused the colossal loss of lives and livelihoods around the world. It continues to create havoc in different countries like Brazil and India. It has destroyed livelihoods, communities and families. This global health crisis has taken a terrible toll on individual lives by expanding unbelievable levels...

    • 2 days ago
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    Twelve Reasons: Why COVID 2 is a Man-made Disaster

    By Prof Ujjwal K Chowdhury"Journalists and health-workers have noted that infections can be two to three times of what is reported, and deaths can be as high as three to four times, differing from state to state. So, these are anyone's guess.""The act has been criticized for marginalizing Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), elected local representatives, local communities...

    • 3 days ago
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    Deciphering puzzle of Mamata's sweep

    By Jal KhambataNobody has been able to solve the mysterious puzzle of the surprise victory of the 66-year-old Mamata Banerjee's Trinamul Congress, defying the anti-incumbency and making a hattrick with a record 2/3rd majority to rule West Bengal for another five years. Baffled are those guessing the poll outcome on the basis of reports by the doctored TV media that did not feel ashamed even on the...

    • 3 days ago

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