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Mulayam Yadav forged relationship
with BSP, I only had to 'mend' it: Akhilesh

Lucknow, Mar 19 : Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav Tuesday said his father and party patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav had forged the relationship with the Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and he only had to "mend" it.
He also said it was not time yet for Mulayam Yadav to become the prime minister....

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LS polls: CPI(M) announces
candidates in 38 seats, to wait
for Cong response on alliance

Kolkata, Mar 19 : The CPI(M)-led Left Front Tuesday announced candidates for 38 Lok Sabha seats in West Bengal and said it will wait for Congress's response on an alliance in the state, before declaring nominees for the remaining constituencies....

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Notification issued for phase 2 of
Lok Sabha polls on April 18

New Delhi, Mar 19 :  The Election Commission Tuesday issued a notification kick starting the poll process in 97 constituencies spread across 13 states where phase two of the Lok Sabha elections will be held on April 18......

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Modi Government’s undeclared
war against tribals

Brinda Karat

The recent developments on the Forest Rights Act reflect the ongoing undeclared war by the Modi Government against the tribals of India. It is not just the effect of the order of the Supreme Court but how in these five years the Modi Government has done everything possible to undermine, dilute and ultimately to put the Act in cold storage......

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Epistemic Critiques
of Hindutva

Prabhat Patnaik

AnchorIT is heartening to see that several intellectual critiques of Hindutva on epistemic grounds are beginning to appear now – one has come across a few online in recent weeks. The immediate shock of seeing the intellectual discourse in the country being swept aside by sheer brute force had a numbing effect; this effect is finally wearing o...

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27th December, 2015 towards Red Brigade

Huge rally by CPIM in Kolkata at Brigade Parade Ground on Sunday on 27th December, 2015.

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