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“Axone” and the Question of Racism in India

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  Veewon Thokchom With the release of the Bollywood movie “Axone” directed by Nicholas Kharkonger, a debate on racism has been ignited. Though the movie could not have been worse than it is when it comes to racism, it at least has sparked off a discourse on racism faced by “Northeast” yellow people in Indian …

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Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s 129th Birth Anniversary Commemoration

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  Ambedkar King Study Circle On Thursday April 16, 2020, the Ambedkar King Study Circle located in California, also known as AKSC, commemorated the 129th birthday of Babasaheb Dr. B.R Ambedkar. Due to the the COVID-19 virus outbreak and the nationwide shelter in place in order to prevent the spread, AKSC decided to commemorate the …

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Agriculture, IT and Rise of Tamil Nationalism

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  Ka Varathan There are many misconceptions around IT organizations in Tamil Nadu mostly induced by mainstream cinema and the rise of regressive Tamil nationalism, even after three decades of industry boom. In recent times every other Tamil film has a scene where a mass hero lectures a corporate employee on the importance of agriculture …