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Dr Ambedkar’s contribution to the history of thought


Chanchal Kumar Since I don’t have anything to pass off as an introduction, I would prefer to plunge straightaway to the topic at hand. The fact that Dr Ambedkar studied and mastered so many different fields of knowledge, from something as diverse as Economics and Law, not only proves his extraordinary commitment and love to …


Kashi-Mathura Baki Hai: A Glimpse of Hindu Nationalism in Ayodhya


  Ratnesh Katulkar The decade of 90s had witnessed two landmark political movements, Mandal and Kamandal. The Mandal movement was based on social justice while the Ram Mandir roused majoritarian emotions of religious injustice. The supporters of Ram Temple agitation, despite their rightwing religious coating, have seemed to put forth one logical argument. They used …


Dalit Women in Higher Education in Odisha

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  Saraswati Suna “I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have achieved.” ~ Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Education is a path for equal opportunity and ensures possibilities for individual growth, social mobilities and economic empowerment to the oppressed, Dalit and marginalized communities. However, education throughout Indian history has only …


Babasaheb – Crusader for Social Justice and Father of the Oppressed

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Nikhil SanjayRekha Adsule (Speech delivered by Nikhil Sanjay-Rekha Adsule in Kathmandu, Nepal at the 8th Asian Pro Bono Conference as an introduction to his paper on ‘Dr.Ambedkar and his pro bono services in Access to Justice and reclaiming Humanity along with a presentation on India’s Social Structure i.e Caste system and its modus-operandi’) Good morning …