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Misinterpretation of Marxism by Milind Kamble: Reflections of a Dalit proletarian on Dalit bourgeoisie

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  S Karthikeyan Mr. Milind Kamble, Chairman, Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI), said in an interview given to the Indian Express, “I feel that market and money will defeat Marx and Manu because both are against capital. Manu says Dalits should not hoard capital and the Marx theory is anti-capital. But the …

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‘I would differentiate between the Bahujan movement and Bahujan politics’: Prof Vivek Kumar

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  Round Table India Continued from here. This is the second part of the transcription of Round Table India’s interaction with Prof Vivek Kumar, Professor, Centre for the Study of Social Systems, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, for the Ambedkar Age series of films. In the interview, Prof Vivek Kumar …

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Dalit Capitalism: Is it the Way to Emancipation?

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  Vishal Thakare The recently concluded national conference of SC/ST entrepreneurs on ‘Dr. Ambedkar’s Thoughts and Ideas on Industrialization and Entrepreneurship’ poses many questions. The message given in the conference raises many concerns for dalits as to whether they should embrace its version of ‘Dalit capitalism’, what DICCI calls ‘Be Job Givers’, or continue their …

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In capitalism, you can buy a Merc and hire a Brahmin driver

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  Arati R Jerath The launch of the first Dalit venture capital fund was a red-letter day for Dalit entrepreneurs. But can the rise of a handful of Dalit billionaires empower a historically oppressed and exploited community? Dalit intellectual and writer Chandra Bhan Prasad believes it can. Defending the market as a liberating force, he …