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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

The Enigma of Modern Democracy- Narain Rao, Balijipeta

In reality, modern democratic republic or government is nothing but a maggot that eats out on the bodies of people without their conscious realization of their own...

Politics of Superiority and Discriminated Dignity of Regional Languages – A.S. Gawrisanker, Delhi

We congratulate the activists of United Malayalam Movement (Aikya Malayala Prasthanam) for orgnising the uncompromising movement in order to ensure question papers in mother tongue (in...

Results of October Rounds: Are We Politically Equipped for Political Alternatives? – Praveen Pilassery

It is becoming one year since Supreme Court of India made the controversial Sabarimala temple women entry verdict which divided the so called progressive society of...

No War Anymore: They are Cemeteries of Truth – MAK & Praveen Pilassery

The world is moving through rising conflicts everywhere. Increasing tensions between neighbouring countries in every continent is becoming an unsurprising truth. Between India and...

Protest for language; protest for human rights as well

Kerala has recently viewed the uncompromising agitation by United Malayalam Movement (Aikya Malayala Prasthanam) in order to ensure question papers in mother tongue, Malayalam...

The Mid Afternoon Hara – Kiri – Monisha Raman, Chennai

The late afternoon stillness blanketed the valley. I decided to sow the last of Ragi seeds in my possession today, much to the annoyance...
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The Forgotten Daughter of Port Adamaro

The story entails the political-historical period of the 1970s when the Dalit Panther movement was soon, to begin with, the influence of the Black Panther movement of the west. The following short story speaks of the relationship of two sisters under the premise of the revolution.

Resurrection

i have arrived at my altar. hark! i rise, i flourish, i pirouette on my one toe and float like a...

Stalking Prisons

The streets are empty with no one in sight, I check the big clock of the tower behind the basilic of Saint Francis of Assisi. It’s 2 o’clock on a mid-summer Tuesday afternoon. Everything’s shut. Everyone’s resting. My heart’s hitting the walls of its all so tight ribcage, as I need to cross the brightly lit square and go to the other side.

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Reviewing ‘Obsession and Wild Pigeon’ by Ismat Chughtai

My interest in Ismat Chughtai developed when I first...