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The incompatibility of RSS-BJP’s agenda with the idea of India: A Zero Hour prognosis

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Salman Farissi In 2019, when BJP won with a bigger majority than ever before, the minorities of the country, especially religious minorities, were not only disappointed but deeply distressed. While they pondered their prospects, followers of the hardcore right-wing, sycophants of Hindutva ideology, were celebrating and contemplating making their idea of Hindu-Rashtra a reality. Before …

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A Dalit Teacher’s Successful Crusade against Caste and Corruption

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  Rahul Kumar Prem Chand “Vimal” has been fighting against autocracy and corruption in the Education Department of Delhi for nearly three decades and has won in about ten such instances. These include one case in the High Court, two in the District Court, twice in the Centre Administrative Tribunal (CAT), and five times in …

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A critique of ‘Court’ and the Brahmin agency behind it

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  Yogesh Maitreya As part of my fieldwork, I had been assigned to spend a year studying one of the prisons in Mumbai. To study the criminal justice system more closely and to know its nuances, I had to attend court trials, visit police stations and localities where mostly Dalit-Bahujans reside. Wherever I went, I came …

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Court: Does it deal with Brahmin judiciary?

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  Dhruwa R The Marathi movie, Court, has been making news for some time now, being seen as a ‘radical’ movie even before its release in theaters in India – because it has won many awards nationally and globally. The movie is touted as a ‘never-before’ kind of attempt which apparently exposes the rampant injustice …