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Shanti Swaroop Bauddh: An Outstanding Bahujan Warrior

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  Manoj Abhigyan On June 06, 2020, a sad news popped up on my mobile that Bauddhacharya Shanti Swaroop Bauddh was no more. He was 71. For the past several days, he was fighting with the corona virus disease at Delhi’s Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital. The warrior dealing with all the hassles and challenges …

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Where there is a Vihar, There should be a library and reading hall

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  [Via Bhagyesha Kurane] Where there is a Vihar, There Should be a library and reading hall. We launched this project in April 2017. In one year, we have set up 17 libraries. Mostly in Vihars which are located in slums and rural areas of Maharashtra. We have also donated books to a ladies/girl’s hostel …

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Is Fascism knocking at the door?

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  Dr. Mudnakudu Chinnaswamy Valedictory Speech delivered at Vidrohi Sahitya Sammelana held on 24-12-2017 in Shahada, Nandurbar district, Maharashtra Hon. President of the Sammelana, the dignitaries on the Dais and the august literary audience before me. I am extremely happy to be present here today for two reasons. One is my poems are getting published …

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साऊ_रमाई बूक बँक विहार_तेथे_ग्रंथालय उपक्रम

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Bhagyesha Kurane पुर्वाश्रमीचा अस्पृश्य समाज आजही ग्रामीण भागात मोठ्या प्रमाणात रहिवास करताना आढळतो.तसेच यापैकी ज्या जनसमुदायाने रोजगाराच्याशोधात शहरी भागामध्ये स्थलांतर केलेले आहे अशा समुदायापैकी जवळपास 70% समाज आजही झोपड़पट्टी भागात रहिवास करताना आढळतो.उर्वरित शैक्षणिक संधीचा हकदार वर्ग शहराच्या मध्यवस्तीमध्ये स्थिरावलेला दिसतो.निम्नस्तरीय झोपड़पट्टी व शहराच्या मध्यवस्तीत राहाणाऱ्या समाजामध्ये एक आर्थिक सामाजिक दरी कायम दिसून येते.झोपड़पट्टी भाग …

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Aadhavan Theetchanya on Perumal Murugan’s plight: Where is Kasu Kannan?

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  In recent weeks, the Tamil writer Perumal Murugan, who works as a Tamil Professor at the Government Arts College in Namakkal, has been the target of vicious attacks by some casteist forces due to the alleged ‘controversial’ content in his book ‘Madhorubagan’ (English translation: One Part Woman). Protests by some people (not identified as …

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Feet of Clay: Amitav Ghosh and the Imperial Indian Gaze

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— Jason Keith Fernandes A couple of days ago, an interview, of the part-time Goa resident author Amitav Ghosh, with Lila Azam Zanganeh for the magazine Guernica created something of a storm of outrage. Ghosh had suggested in the course of conversation, that ‘one of the wonderfully liberating things about India; [is that] it lets …