by Amritjit Singh
(with apologies to Langston Hughes)
I too sing India
Ghalib sang India
so did Bahadur Shah Zafar.
Tagore sang India
so did Nirala and Bharati.
Allama Iqbal sang India,
as did Puran Singh.
I too sing India.
Bachchan sang India,
Oh, not the Big Bachchan of Bombay fame,
but the Bigger Bachchan from Allahabad,
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by Sristy Agarwal, Bedabrata Pain, and Rajashik Tarafder
Delivering the judgment on the Arnab Goswami bail case, Supreme Court Justice DY Chandrachud opined: “If we don’t interfere in this case today, we will
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by Rajshekhar Sen
Is Murphy Brown really a tramp? This was the distasteful front-page headline of the New York Times on May 21st, 1992. Murphy Brown was a fictional sitcom character who got pregnant out of wedlock and decided to raise the
by Jaspal Singh
This article is dated October 31 and was obtained by us as a personal musing of Prof. Singh who has been kind enough to allow us to publish excerpts.
Thirty-six years ago today, Indira Gandhi, the then Prime Minister of India, was assassinated by
by Bhanwar Meghwanshi
Review by Meraj Rizvi, followed by an excerpt
If you want to understand how the RSS operates on the ground, you must read Bhanwar Meghwanshi’s auto-biographical exposé, “I Could Not Be Hindu”. Despite the immense work by the Bahujan scholars, and leaders and activists,
by Raghbir Singh
This article, written by the author from the frontlines of the farmer’s protest, has been specially translated from Punjabi for Ghadar. Reading it, we felt the spirit and energy of this compelling movement and wanted to share some of the same with our
by L. Savage
If you don’t control your technology, your technology will control you. This is a simple maxim that is becoming more and more important as we witness States using technology to exert ever-increasing levels of control over their subjects. This takes the form of
by Soumya Tejas
Is convenience becoming our enemy? We have recently heard a lot about how corporations and governments have been abusing our lack of alertness and desire for convenience to store and mine user data. We have also seen cases of the government using corporates,
by Sristy Agrawal, Rajashik Tarafder and Bedabrata Pain
This piece was published in The Wire to argue the case for a Ghadar Meet with some member organizations. It has been reproduced here with Wire’s permission.
Prashant Bhushan’s conviction by the Supreme Court of India for contempt of