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Call for ‘Har Ghar Khadi Tiranga’

Siby K. Joseph  Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav was launched by the Prime Minister of India on 12th March 2021 from Mahatma Gandhi’s Sabarmati Ashram and it will end post a year on 15th August 2023. The Home Minister who oversees all efforts under Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav has approved the programme of ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ to further …

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Trade focussed QUAD

Asad Mirza The annual QUAD summit in Tokyo will offer an opportunity to Joe Biden to start building his trade legacy. The first in-person meeting of the leaders of the United States, Australia, Japan and India, termed QUAD is being held in Tokyo on 24 May. This is the first in-person summit of these leaders after the outbreak …

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Fault lines widening amongst Indian Muslim religious leaders

Asad Mirza Asad Mirza Recent outreach activities by Muslim leaders across India relays very disturbing and hopeless signs, instead of formulating a strategy to unify the Indian Muslims, these leaders are hell bent on further dividing them in various denominations and groupings. As per the reports based on first-person accounts …

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Khadi: The heart of the National Flag of India

Siby K. Joseph Siby K Joseph an eminent Gandhian scholar Gandhi took the leadership of the national movement in 1920. In a speech delivered at the opening ceremony of Lokamanya National School at Ankleshwar on November 2, 1920, Gandhi said “The flag that flies over the schools today is the …

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Russia’s aggression on Ukraine: Will it lead to Nuclear War?

Siby K. Joseph It was on February 21, 2022, Russia recognized the independence of two breakaway regions in eastern Ukraine viz. Donetsk and Luhansk . Russian President Vladimir Putin’s televised speech was looked upon as a harbinger of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. He warned the United States and NATO countries …

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France rejects far-right

Asad Mirza The recent presidential elections in France have proved to bolster the far-right parties in the system, but the French electorate has rejected them, though very narrowly. French President Emmanuel Macron clinched another five-year term in the Elysée Palace, becoming the third politician to achieve this feat. His victory …

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Russian-Ukraine War : The Clash Within the Civilisation

Asad Mirza The Russian-Ukraine war has been instrumental to forge a new narrative of the world and how it is going to transform, very soon. Asad Mirza It seems as if the Russia-Ukraine war has rendered the seminal work by Samuel Huntington The Clash of Civilisations, as completely wrong. As …

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The Great Trial of Gandhi: Its Historic Context and Significance

Siby K. Joseph Siby K Joseph an eminent Gandhian scholar We are observing the centenary of the Great Trial in which Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and Shankarlal Banker, editor, and printer and publisher respectively of Young India, who were trailed on charges under Section 124 A of the Indian Penal Code …

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The Return of Mandal Rhetorics in UP Politics

Supriy Ranjan and Pankaj Kumar,  Mandal politics signified a paradigmatic shift in Indian politics. It completely changed the physicality as well as the language of doing politics. The Parliament and state assemblies, for the first time, mirrored cleavages and antagonisms of Indian society. It is in this sense that Mandal …

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 Reflections on Women’s Day in the midst of Russia -Ukraine war

Siby  K. Joseph  Siby K Joseph an eminent Gandhian scholar We are observing International Women’s Day on 8 March 2022 that is the 13th day of the Russia -Ukraine war. Women, children, and aged people are the worst victims of war anywhere in the world. The picture emerging from Ukraine is not …

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