When India Kills Journalists

Originally published on 25th Oct 2018. After the brutal murder of Washington Post's Jamal Khashoggi by a Saudi death squad, the American media for the first time has even tried to consider that there might be questions about Saudi regime's legitimacy on human right ground. Record of Indian squads attacking journalists, like other "misadventures" (read … Continue reading When India Kills Journalists

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Uniting the Black and the Red? – Anarchism, and Marxism.

Otto von Bismarck remarked, upon hearing of the split at the Hauge congress of the First International and formation of the anti-authoritarian international at St. Imier, "Crowned heads, wealth and privilege may well tremble should ever again the Black and Red unite!" Tons of ink and kilobytes of memory has been devoted to very important … Continue reading Uniting the Black and the Red? – Anarchism, and Marxism.

What is Anarcho-Syndicalism? – Talk by Dave Kelly in Delhi and Bhopal.

Dave Kelly of Australian Anarcho-Syndicalist Federation, the Australian section of the International Workers' Association talks about What is Anarcho-Syndicalism is and its aims and principles. Bhopal: Date: Sunday, 4th March 2018 Time: 04:00 PM Venue: Dylogg Coworking, 66 B Kasturba nagar Facing Chetak Bridge, 462023 Bhopal, India Delhi: Date: Thursday, 8th March 2018 Time: 07:00 … Continue reading What is Anarcho-Syndicalism? – Talk by Dave Kelly in Delhi and Bhopal.

Response to “The “Name & Shame” list in academia”

A short response to The “Name & Shame” list in academia: Everyday resistance or insincere efforts? by Niloy Sengupta. I will urge readers to read the primary piece before reading the following. The author has, in my opinion correctly pointed out the method of resistance aspect of the list and the discussion that has since followed. … Continue reading Response to “The “Name & Shame” list in academia”

The “Name & Shame” list in academia: Everyday resistance or insincere efforts?

Original Post by Niloy Sengupta on Medium Harvey Weinstein, through his misdeeds & serial abuse of actresses in Hollywood may have ruined many lives and spirits. But the silver lining to that is that it has prompted women to come out and speak about sexual harassment openly, making the #MeToo campaign viral. A follow-up poll … Continue reading The “Name & Shame” list in academia: Everyday resistance or insincere efforts?