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'Brinda Karat' - 122 News Result(s)

  • Opinion: "Acche Din" Not Uttered Once By Modi, "Secularism" By Congress

    Opinion: "<i>Acche Din</i>" Not Uttered Once By Modi, "Secularism" By Congress

    In the face of this openly divisive and communal campaign, the main opposition party, the Congress, has refused to defend the basic concept of secularism in this election campaign. The word itself is missing from the platform of that party. Congress leaders talk of love versus hate, hugs versus hits, and so on, but never once in a single speech, ha...

  • Opinion: Modi Reveals Desperation Days Before Election Begins

    Opinion: Modi Reveals Desperation Days Before Election Begins

    India has been and is united against all these acts of terror, regardless of the religious garb the terrorists use to justify their acts. But today, it is India's great misfortune that it has as a Prime Minister a man who can find ways even to divide people in their resistance to terror attacks on an utterly communal agenda.

  • Opinion: Rahul Gandhi And Congress Prove Their Inability To Fight BJP

    Opinion: Rahul Gandhi And Congress Prove Their Inability To Fight BJP

    The Congress under Rahul Gandhi has lost the plot. On the pretext of establishing his pan-India leadership, he has decided to stand from Wayanad, a constituency in the southern state of Kerala, to fight not the BJP, which has little presence there, but the Left. In another southern state, Karnataka, the Congress is a partner in the ruling alliance....

  • Blog: When National Security Is Reduced To Chest-Size And Debate Is "Anti-National"

    Blog: When National Security Is Reduced To Chest-Size And Debate Is "Anti-National"

    There is unanimity in supporting all government efforts to get Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar on the global terrorists' list. But what of the battle to win back the minds and hearts of the people of Kashmir? The five years under the Modi government have highlighted the spectacular failure to do so.

  • Opinion: Centre's Double Standards Exposed In Aftermath Of Pulwama Terror

    Opinion: Centre's Double Standards Exposed In Aftermath Of Pulwama Terror

    Policies based on the "Kashmir is an integral part of India, but the people of Kashmir are not" approach can only defeat the bigger goal to successfully meet the challenge posed by terrorism.

  • Opinion: In Yogi's Uttar Pradesh, A New Crime - Hindu-Muslim Dosti

    Opinion: In Yogi's Uttar Pradesh, A New Crime - Hindu-Muslim <i>Dosti</i>

    The case is a classic example of how conspiracies to heighten communal polarization are organised to gain electoral advantage. These are indeed dangerous times for the citizens of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Opinion: With Sabarimala Protests, BJP Attempts New Dark Age For Kerala

    Opinion: With Sabarimala Protests, BJP Attempts New Dark Age For Kerala

    When right-wing forces led by those in power threaten, bully and intimidate all those who stand for democracy and equality, the message of the Women's Wall has a resonance far beyond the boundaries of Kerala.

  • Opinion: Congress, Now In Charge Of Rajasthan, Fails Naseeruddin

    Opinion: Congress, Now In Charge Of Rajasthan, Fails Naseeruddin

    Even 24 hours after the shameful incident, there has not been a single word of condemnation by any Congress minister or leader in Rajasthan. No case has been filed, there has not been a single arrest. No policeman is being questioned for their lack of action in what appears to be a clear case of connivance. It is a disappointing start.

  • Opinion: The Asia Bibi Case In Pakistan Should Serve As A Warning For Us In India

    Opinion: The Asia Bibi Case In Pakistan Should Serve As A Warning For Us In India

    Recent developments in Pakistan on the Asia Bibi case should serve as a warning for us in India. Although in entirely different circumstances, the relevance for us in India of the Pakistani case is that it was triggered by blatant defiance and opposition to a landmark Supreme Court judgement by zealots operating in the guise of defending religion a...

  • Opinion: Amit Shah's Blatant Defiance Of Supreme Court Order

    Opinion: Amit Shah's Blatant Defiance Of Supreme Court Order

    The BJP President Amit Shah's speech in Kerala using, typical of his style, the language of a school bully, should be seen as a direct assault on the Supreme Court of India. He said that courts should not give orders which cannot be implemented. Although he was speaking on the Sabarimala judgement reversing the ban on women's entry into the temple,...

  • "Shameful" That Companies Do Not Act: Brinda Karat Amid #MeToo Movement

    "Shameful" That Companies Do Not Act: Brinda Karat Amid #MeToo Movement

    Senior CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat Wednesday said it was "shameful" that the law dealing with sexual harassment at workplaces was not being implemented in most of the organisations in the country.

  • Opinion: "Will You Remain Silent?" - Akhlaq's Daughter On His 3rd Death Anniversary

    Opinion: "Will You Remain Silent?" - Akhlaq's Daughter On His 3rd Death Anniversary

    Three years after this horrific killing and violence, charges have not yet been framed by the court, all the 18 main accused in his killing are out on bail, his home is locked up, his family have had to leave the village. Instead of getting justice, his family, including his teen daughter Shaista have to contend with a false case of cow slaughter f...

  • Opinion: Team Modi's No To Foreign Aid Without Even Consulting Kerala

    Opinion: Team Modi's No To Foreign Aid Without Even Consulting Kerala

    The dispute over accepting aid from foreign governments for flood-hit Kerala raises several questions.

  • Opinion: How Kerala Survived Its Worst Crisis In A Century

    Opinion: How Kerala Survived Its Worst Crisis In A Century

    As the flood waters in devastated Kerala recede, the extent of damage can be better though still not fully assessed and the way forward charted with lessons from what has occurred.

  • Tribal Students Urge Government To Give Them Better Facilities For Quality Education

    Tribal Students Urge Government To Give Them Better Facilities For Quality Education

    "That's why compared to other children, the dropout rate among tribal students is higher. If the government wants to bridge this gap, then it needs a different policy framework," Brinda Karat, CPI(M) leader and member of the Adivasi Adhikar Rashtriya Manch, says.

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  • Opinion: "Acche Din" Not Uttered Once By Modi, "Secularism" By Congress

    Opinion: "<i>Acche Din</i>" Not Uttered Once By Modi, "Secularism" By Congress

    In the face of this openly divisive and communal campaign, the main opposition party, the Congress, has refused to defend the basic concept of secularism in this election campaign. The word itself is missing from the platform of that party. Congress leaders talk of love versus hate, hugs versus hits, and so on, but never once in a single speech, ha...

  • Opinion: Modi Reveals Desperation Days Before Election Begins

    Opinion: Modi Reveals Desperation Days Before Election Begins

    India has been and is united against all these acts of terror, regardless of the religious garb the terrorists use to justify their acts. But today, it is India's great misfortune that it has as a Prime Minister a man who can find ways even to divide people in their resistance to terror attacks on an utterly communal agenda.

  • Opinion: Rahul Gandhi And Congress Prove Their Inability To Fight BJP

    Opinion: Rahul Gandhi And Congress Prove Their Inability To Fight BJP

    The Congress under Rahul Gandhi has lost the plot. On the pretext of establishing his pan-India leadership, he has decided to stand from Wayanad, a constituency in the southern state of Kerala, to fight not the BJP, which has little presence there, but the Left. In another southern state, Karnataka, the Congress is a partner in the ruling alliance....

  • Blog: When National Security Is Reduced To Chest-Size And Debate Is "Anti-National"

    Blog: When National Security Is Reduced To Chest-Size And Debate Is "Anti-National"

    There is unanimity in supporting all government efforts to get Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar on the global terrorists' list. But what of the battle to win back the minds and hearts of the people of Kashmir? The five years under the Modi government have highlighted the spectacular failure to do so.

  • Opinion: Centre's Double Standards Exposed In Aftermath Of Pulwama Terror

    Opinion: Centre's Double Standards Exposed In Aftermath Of Pulwama Terror

    Policies based on the "Kashmir is an integral part of India, but the people of Kashmir are not" approach can only defeat the bigger goal to successfully meet the challenge posed by terrorism.

  • Opinion: In Yogi's Uttar Pradesh, A New Crime - Hindu-Muslim Dosti

    Opinion: In Yogi's Uttar Pradesh, A New Crime - Hindu-Muslim <i>Dosti</i>

    The case is a classic example of how conspiracies to heighten communal polarization are organised to gain electoral advantage. These are indeed dangerous times for the citizens of Uttar Pradesh.

  • Opinion: With Sabarimala Protests, BJP Attempts New Dark Age For Kerala

    Opinion: With Sabarimala Protests, BJP Attempts New Dark Age For Kerala

    When right-wing forces led by those in power threaten, bully and intimidate all those who stand for democracy and equality, the message of the Women's Wall has a resonance far beyond the boundaries of Kerala.

  • Opinion: Congress, Now In Charge Of Rajasthan, Fails Naseeruddin

    Opinion: Congress, Now In Charge Of Rajasthan, Fails Naseeruddin

    Even 24 hours after the shameful incident, there has not been a single word of condemnation by any Congress minister or leader in Rajasthan. No case has been filed, there has not been a single arrest. No policeman is being questioned for their lack of action in what appears to be a clear case of connivance. It is a disappointing start.

  • Opinion: The Asia Bibi Case In Pakistan Should Serve As A Warning For Us In India

    Opinion: The Asia Bibi Case In Pakistan Should Serve As A Warning For Us In India

    Recent developments in Pakistan on the Asia Bibi case should serve as a warning for us in India. Although in entirely different circumstances, the relevance for us in India of the Pakistani case is that it was triggered by blatant defiance and opposition to a landmark Supreme Court judgement by zealots operating in the guise of defending religion a...

  • Opinion: Amit Shah's Blatant Defiance Of Supreme Court Order

    Opinion: Amit Shah's Blatant Defiance Of Supreme Court Order

    The BJP President Amit Shah's speech in Kerala using, typical of his style, the language of a school bully, should be seen as a direct assault on the Supreme Court of India. He said that courts should not give orders which cannot be implemented. Although he was speaking on the Sabarimala judgement reversing the ban on women's entry into the temple,...

  • "Shameful" That Companies Do Not Act: Brinda Karat Amid #MeToo Movement

    "Shameful" That Companies Do Not Act: Brinda Karat Amid #MeToo Movement

    Senior CPI(M) leader Brinda Karat Wednesday said it was "shameful" that the law dealing with sexual harassment at workplaces was not being implemented in most of the organisations in the country.

  • Opinion: "Will You Remain Silent?" - Akhlaq's Daughter On His 3rd Death Anniversary

    Opinion: "Will You Remain Silent?" - Akhlaq's Daughter On His 3rd Death Anniversary

    Three years after this horrific killing and violence, charges have not yet been framed by the court, all the 18 main accused in his killing are out on bail, his home is locked up, his family have had to leave the village. Instead of getting justice, his family, including his teen daughter Shaista have to contend with a false case of cow slaughter f...

  • Opinion: Team Modi's No To Foreign Aid Without Even Consulting Kerala

    Opinion: Team Modi's No To Foreign Aid Without Even Consulting Kerala

    The dispute over accepting aid from foreign governments for flood-hit Kerala raises several questions.

  • Opinion: How Kerala Survived Its Worst Crisis In A Century

    Opinion: How Kerala Survived Its Worst Crisis In A Century

    As the flood waters in devastated Kerala recede, the extent of damage can be better though still not fully assessed and the way forward charted with lessons from what has occurred.

  • Tribal Students Urge Government To Give Them Better Facilities For Quality Education

    Tribal Students Urge Government To Give Them Better Facilities For Quality Education

    "That's why compared to other children, the dropout rate among tribal students is higher. If the government wants to bridge this gap, then it needs a different policy framework," Brinda Karat, CPI(M) leader and member of the Adivasi Adhikar Rashtriya Manch, says.

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