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  • What we need today is not activities promoting the sectarian agenda, but concrete measures to remove the gross deprivation of our people
  • Jun 16, 2015 03:06 IST

    International Yoga Day: This asana is a Hindutva pose

    What we need today is not activities promoting the sectarian agenda, but concrete measures to remove the gross deprivation of our people

  • Jun 01, 2015 21:57 IST

    Ban on IIT-M students' group part of larger design of an RSS project

    Banning student study circles that discuss social inequality is the surest manner in which India’s future will face greater peril

  • Modi
    May 18, 2015 22:55 IST

    One year of Modi sarkar: It’s governance by subterfuge

    The results of the 15th general elections were declared on May 16, 2014, and the Narendra Modi-led government was sworn in on May 24. Technically, therefore, the first year of the Modi government will end in a few days.

  • Auschwitz
    May 04, 2015 23:53 IST

    The end of fascism: A momentous event some wish to forget

    The West and the Indian government are failing to commemorate the end of fascism on May 9, 1945 for their own political ends

  • Land Bill
    Apr 06, 2015 21:10 IST

    Land bill controversy: It's clear who’s telling lies now

    In his, by now ‘compulsory’ address on the State-owned radio, Mann ki baat, on March 22, Prime Minister Narendra Modi accused the combined Opposition in Parliament opposing the amendments moved by this government to the land acquisition Bill, 2013 of spreading a pack of ‘lies’ as a ‘conspiracy’ to undermine farmers’ interests.

  • Mar 23, 2015 23:35 IST

    'Modi, RSS marking Bhagat Singh's martyrdom is ironic'

    Modi marking this martyrdom is ironic also in the sense that while the PMO occasionally tweets the PM’s non-public utterances urging the ‘spirit of tolerance’, the PM brazenly refused to give any assurance to Parliament that action, as prescribed by the existing Indian Penal Code, will be taken against Cabinet ministers and BJP MPs for their vicious communal statements.

  • Mar 09, 2015 21:43 IST

    Modi govt’s first full budget has given a bonanza to the rich

    Despite the unprecedented embarrassment the Modi government recently faced in the Rajya Sabha, it continues to seek the circumvention of parliamentary procedures. It moved to withdraw three crucial Bills from the Upper House.

  •  villagers
    Feb 23, 2015 22:31 IST

    Budget needs to boost purchasing power of the poor

    The focus of this Budget session of Parliament will, naturally, be on the economy, particularly how two contradictory electoral promises, which ironically fused together to fashion Narendra Modi’s victory, will be reconciled.

  • Narendra Modi
    Feb 09, 2015 23:45 IST

    The ‘Modi magic’ seems to be waning a little too fast

    The ‘Modi magic’ seems to be waning a little too fast. Slogans like achhe din aanewale hain creating illusions of prosperity and the pursuit of hardcore communal polarisation at the ground level, welded together to give them electoral victories.

  • Jan 26, 2015 23:18 IST

    Nuke breakthrough: Loaded in US' favour at India's cost

    ‘Administrative arrangements’ for civil nuclear cooperation will only contribute to the US’ economic recovery at India’s expense

  • Narendra Modi
    Dec 29, 2014 22:02 IST

    New year ahead but no acche din

    After communally polarising the country, the BJP is now ruling through ordinance. This undermines the very essence of our democracy, writes CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury.

  • Youth Congress protest conversions
    Dec 16, 2014 22:12 IST

    BJP turning to polarisation to serve its political ends

    The current RS impasse is a reflection of the furious unfolding of the Modi govt’s ‘lethal cocktail’ — selling grandiose illusions of ‘prosperity’ through ‘development’ while unleashing rabid communal polarisation, writes Sitaram Yechury.

  • subsidy
    Dec 01, 2014 23:57 ISTleft hand drive

    A charmed life for India Inc

    The route to put our economy back on a high-growth trajectory lies in expanding domestic demand by generating employment through public investments to build our much-needed economic, writes Sitaram Yechury.

  • Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi
    Nov 17, 2014 22:48 ISTleft hand drive

    The Right-wing route is wrong

    Remembering Nehru must mean that the RSS/BJP is not allowed to inscribe their 'thought and reverie' on the ancient palimpsest of India. This requires the reversal of the present neoliberal economic reforms trajectory, writes Sitaram Yechury.

  • Trilokpuri
    Nov 03, 2014 21:24 ISTLeft Hand Drive

    BJP's cocktail of communalism, anti-people reforms

    The central government is pursuing the diabolic agenda of anti-people economic reforms and communal polarisation. This is ‘vote bank politics’ of the worst order, writes Sitaram Yechury.