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Our self-respect was surely also self-determination – Understanding Dravidian politics in the times of Hindutva

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Vinith Kumar [This is part 1 of a series of essays on Dravidian politics today and its historical roots.] There are pessimists who say that there is no guarantee that victory will be followed by a New Order. There is perhaps room for this pessimism. The New Order, which is the ideal of labour, has …

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Against all odds: Babasaheb Ambedkar’s prophetic warnings about communist China

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Dr. Aniruddha Babar “Chinese ‘might be induced not to be hostile to us’. And why would that be? Because “I have some slight reputation with the leaders of Communist China because of the Medical Mission we had sent. I have corresponded with Mao Tse-Tung and other leaders in the past. This might help…”.[1]  ~ Pandit …

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The Invisible Matter between the Particular and the Universal: Dalit Identity and Indian Parliamentary Marxism

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  Anilkumar PV Primo Levi’s writing is a sad and remarkable testimony to the ineluctable epistemological crisis one finds oneself in when writing becomes an act of confronting the nuances of the particular and the universal. His writing looks directly at the unfathomable terror of modernity encapsulated in the Nazi gas chambers. The relentless skeptic …