Brinda Karat


'Brinda Karat' - 148 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: AAP vs Amit Shah On Prosecution For The Delhi Riots

    Opinion: AAP vs Amit Shah On Prosecution For The Delhi Riots

    The level of central political intervention in Delhi to shape the judicial process in the communal violence cases is being stepped up. The Lieutenant Governor's swift cancellation of the Delhi government's order regarding the panel of prosecution lawyers on behalf of the Delhi Police is one such step.

  • Opinion: For One Of India's Most Brazen “Honour Killings”, Justice Denied

    Opinion: For One Of India's Most Brazen “Honour Killings”, Justice Denied

    Last week, Kausalya, 23, learnt with shock and bewilderment about the judgement of the Madras High Court on June 22, which so gravely undermined her courageous struggle for justice for her murdered husband Shankar. They were victims of what is incorrectly termed an "honour killing".

  • Opinion: A Delhi Senior Dies Of COVID-19. How The System Failed Him Thoroughly.

    Opinion: A Delhi Senior Dies Of COVID-19. How The System Failed Him Thoroughly.

    Sohan Lal died of a COVID infection yesterday. He was 60. I have known him since the '70s when I was working in the textile workers' trade union. His elder brother, Nathu Prasad, a close comrade, was a worker in the Delhi Cloth Mills who was dismissed by the management for his union activities and later started working full-time for the union. The ...

  • Opinion: 20-Lakh Crore Package Revealed In Full. The Core Is Hollow

    Opinion: 20-Lakh Crore Package Revealed In Full. The Core Is Hollow

    On a day when 26 migrants were killed and more than 30 injured in truck accidents on their painful journey home, India's Finance Minister was talking about opening up space exploration and travel to the private sector. This is not just bizarre, it shows the utter contempt of the ruling regime for the pain and suffering of crores of Indian citizens ...

  • Opinion: For Modi Government, Migrant Workers Are Not Citizens

    Opinion: For Modi Government, Migrant Workers Are Not Citizens

    India was among the first countries to rescue citizens stranded abroad when international travel was severely restricted because of the coronavirus pandemic. Special Air India planes were sent to bring Indians home. In answer to a question in the Lok Sabha on March 4, the Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said, "Air India has r...

  • Opinion: Protecting Health Workers Is Essential - But Centre's Move Is Faulty

    Opinion: Protecting Health Workers Is Essential - But Centre's Move Is Faulty

    On April 22, the Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Ordinance was published in the Gazette of India in the name of the President of India. The main purpose of the amendment, as put out by the government, is to deal with cases of violence against medical personnel.

  • Opinion: Lockdown Being Misused To Persecute Government's Critics

    Opinion: Lockdown Being Misused To Persecute Government's Critics

    The COVID-19 created situation and the fallout of the lockdown has many dimensions. A concern is what happens to civil liberties and democratic rights in such a period. This is not an academic question but one that arises because of certain developments in the capital of India.

  • Opinion: Migrant Worker Exodus Is No Confidence Vote Against Centre

    Opinion: Migrant Worker Exodus Is No Confidence Vote Against Centre

    India's unity, so crucial in the battle to save India's people from Coronavirus, will be strengthened if the government of India would keep the democratic and federal character of the constitutional framework in mind when taking decisions which affect the whole country.

  • Opinion: Mr PM, Can We Move Beyond Announcing A Task Force?

    Opinion: Mr PM, Can We Move Beyond Announcing A Task Force?

    Now that the clapping and clanging of utensils is over, the question is when will the Prime Minister and his government act to provide the essential physical and social infrastructure for our country to successfully tackle the Covid 19 virus? While governments of other countries have taken steps, in India we are still at the stage of Task Force dis...

  • Opinion: Delhi Violence An Attempt To Turn Poll Defeat Into Victory Of Hate

    Opinion: Delhi Violence An Attempt To Turn Poll Defeat Into Victory Of Hate

    In every area we visited, every affected family from the majority community and their neighbors spoke almost the same words: "We have always lived in harmony... how could this have happened?"

  • "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has asked why the Rohingya and Ahmadiyya Muslims, facing persecution in Myanmar and Pakistan, are not covered under the new citizenship law if the Centre is so much concerned about people facing atrocities in neighbouring countries.

  • Opinion: A Child's Slippers Used To Terrorize A School In Bidar

    Opinion: A Child's Slippers Used To Terrorize A School In Bidar

    Often, we do not fully realize the enormous cost that common citizens pay in these days of hate-filled politics. Such politics also generates an utter irrationality within the system, when the desire to please the rulers spreads like a plague among all levels of the bureaucracy, leading to the most bizarre actions which even the best satirists coul...

  • Court Seeks Police Report On Brinda Karat's Complaint Against Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma

    Court Seeks Police Report On Brinda Karat's Complaint Against Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma

    Delhi Election Results 2020: CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat had filed a complaint alleging hate speeches by BJP leaders Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma while campaigning for Delhi Assembly elections.

  • Opinion: What About Minorities Being Persecuted In Our Country, Mr Modi?

    Opinion: What About Minorities Being Persecuted In Our Country, Mr Modi?

    The entire basis of the CAA - to give shelter to persecuted minorities - is revealed as being entirely hypocritical when one watches and listens to the speeches of BJP leaders who have become living examples of what and who a persecutor is.

  • Opinion: In Targeting Protestors, Modi Government Spreads New Lies

    Opinion: In Targeting Protestors, Modi Government Spreads New Lies

    This is what Republic Day, 2020 is about: The determination of citizens to defend India's constitution, which places country before creed, and thereby its independence, with the last drop of blood.

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'Brinda Karat' - 148 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: AAP vs Amit Shah On Prosecution For The Delhi Riots

    Opinion: AAP vs Amit Shah On Prosecution For The Delhi Riots

    The level of central political intervention in Delhi to shape the judicial process in the communal violence cases is being stepped up. The Lieutenant Governor's swift cancellation of the Delhi government's order regarding the panel of prosecution lawyers on behalf of the Delhi Police is one such step.

  • Opinion: For One Of India's Most Brazen “Honour Killings”, Justice Denied

    Opinion: For One Of India's Most Brazen “Honour Killings”, Justice Denied

    Last week, Kausalya, 23, learnt with shock and bewilderment about the judgement of the Madras High Court on June 22, which so gravely undermined her courageous struggle for justice for her murdered husband Shankar. They were victims of what is incorrectly termed an "honour killing".

  • Opinion: A Delhi Senior Dies Of COVID-19. How The System Failed Him Thoroughly.

    Opinion: A Delhi Senior Dies Of COVID-19. How The System Failed Him Thoroughly.

    Sohan Lal died of a COVID infection yesterday. He was 60. I have known him since the '70s when I was working in the textile workers' trade union. His elder brother, Nathu Prasad, a close comrade, was a worker in the Delhi Cloth Mills who was dismissed by the management for his union activities and later started working full-time for the union. The ...

  • Opinion: 20-Lakh Crore Package Revealed In Full. The Core Is Hollow

    Opinion: 20-Lakh Crore Package Revealed In Full. The Core Is Hollow

    On a day when 26 migrants were killed and more than 30 injured in truck accidents on their painful journey home, India's Finance Minister was talking about opening up space exploration and travel to the private sector. This is not just bizarre, it shows the utter contempt of the ruling regime for the pain and suffering of crores of Indian citizens ...

  • Opinion: For Modi Government, Migrant Workers Are Not Citizens

    Opinion: For Modi Government, Migrant Workers Are Not Citizens

    India was among the first countries to rescue citizens stranded abroad when international travel was severely restricted because of the coronavirus pandemic. Special Air India planes were sent to bring Indians home. In answer to a question in the Lok Sabha on March 4, the Minister of State for External Affairs V Muraleedharan said, "Air India has r...

  • Opinion: Protecting Health Workers Is Essential - But Centre's Move Is Faulty

    Opinion: Protecting Health Workers Is Essential - But Centre's Move Is Faulty

    On April 22, the Epidemic Diseases (Amendment) Ordinance was published in the Gazette of India in the name of the President of India. The main purpose of the amendment, as put out by the government, is to deal with cases of violence against medical personnel.

  • Opinion: Lockdown Being Misused To Persecute Government's Critics

    Opinion: Lockdown Being Misused To Persecute Government's Critics

    The COVID-19 created situation and the fallout of the lockdown has many dimensions. A concern is what happens to civil liberties and democratic rights in such a period. This is not an academic question but one that arises because of certain developments in the capital of India.

  • Opinion: Migrant Worker Exodus Is No Confidence Vote Against Centre

    Opinion: Migrant Worker Exodus Is No Confidence Vote Against Centre

    India's unity, so crucial in the battle to save India's people from Coronavirus, will be strengthened if the government of India would keep the democratic and federal character of the constitutional framework in mind when taking decisions which affect the whole country.

  • Opinion: Mr PM, Can We Move Beyond Announcing A Task Force?

    Opinion: Mr PM, Can We Move Beyond Announcing A Task Force?

    Now that the clapping and clanging of utensils is over, the question is when will the Prime Minister and his government act to provide the essential physical and social infrastructure for our country to successfully tackle the Covid 19 virus? While governments of other countries have taken steps, in India we are still at the stage of Task Force dis...

  • Opinion: Delhi Violence An Attempt To Turn Poll Defeat Into Victory Of Hate

    Opinion: Delhi Violence An Attempt To Turn Poll Defeat Into Victory Of Hate

    In every area we visited, every affected family from the majority community and their neighbors spoke almost the same words: "We have always lived in harmony... how could this have happened?"

  • "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    "And Rohingya, Ahmadiyya?" Brinda Karat Slams Government Over CAA

    CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat has asked why the Rohingya and Ahmadiyya Muslims, facing persecution in Myanmar and Pakistan, are not covered under the new citizenship law if the Centre is so much concerned about people facing atrocities in neighbouring countries.

  • Opinion: A Child's Slippers Used To Terrorize A School In Bidar

    Opinion: A Child's Slippers Used To Terrorize A School In Bidar

    Often, we do not fully realize the enormous cost that common citizens pay in these days of hate-filled politics. Such politics also generates an utter irrationality within the system, when the desire to please the rulers spreads like a plague among all levels of the bureaucracy, leading to the most bizarre actions which even the best satirists coul...

  • Court Seeks Police Report On Brinda Karat's Complaint Against Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma

    Court Seeks Police Report On Brinda Karat's Complaint Against Anurag Thakur, Pravesh Verma

    Delhi Election Results 2020: CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat had filed a complaint alleging hate speeches by BJP leaders Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma while campaigning for Delhi Assembly elections.

  • Opinion: What About Minorities Being Persecuted In Our Country, Mr Modi?

    Opinion: What About Minorities Being Persecuted In Our Country, Mr Modi?

    The entire basis of the CAA - to give shelter to persecuted minorities - is revealed as being entirely hypocritical when one watches and listens to the speeches of BJP leaders who have become living examples of what and who a persecutor is.

  • Opinion: In Targeting Protestors, Modi Government Spreads New Lies

    Opinion: In Targeting Protestors, Modi Government Spreads New Lies

    This is what Republic Day, 2020 is about: The determination of citizens to defend India's constitution, which places country before creed, and thereby its independence, with the last drop of blood.

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'Brinda Karat' - 1 Photo result(s)

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