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Brutality of Fact - The Assault on Gaza

"There is no such thing as Palestinians; they never existed" was the haughty proclamation of former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, the ‘Iron Lady’ of Israeli politics. From its ..
(January 11, 2009)
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An Elegy For Singur

After Mr. Ratan Tata's pullout of the Nano project from Singur was announced, the industry minister of Bengal expressed in a glum voice that he doesn't feel like living in Bengal anymore. The chief ..
(October 04, 2008)
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Street Fighters of Bengal and the Vietnam Experience

The unyielding campaigners against land acquisition say that opposing land acquisition is not necessarily an anti industry mind-set. See how our leader Mamata Banerjee always pronounces that she ..
(September 23, 2008)
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Mamata Banerjee and Friends - The Singur Siege

One of Mamata Banerjee's greatest achievements in Bengal today is the peculiar beehive she has constructed around herself. This conglomeration comprises virgin Marxists, ultra communists, political ..
(August 27, 2008)
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A Booming Indian Art?

Let us start with some figures and facts: (a) The global art market is worth about US$ 40 billion (Rs 1,70,000 crore). (b) The Indian art market is worth more than US$ 0.24 billion (Rs 1,000 crore). .
(June 21, 2008)
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Nirad Majumdar A Devalued Genius of Modern Indian Art

Nirad Majumdar first went to Paris when he received a French government scholarship in 1946. In Kolkata, he was a founder member of the Calcutta Group, the first progressive art group of India. ..
(June 21, 2008)
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Remembering Che Guevara

On October 1967, the Bolivian army, assisted by the CIA agent Félix Rodríguez murdered Che Guevara in the remote Bolivian mountains. After the murder, they dismembered his two hands from the body ..
(June 24, 2008)
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The Baroda Fine Arts College Debacle and Chandramohan

It will not be hard to recall the name of Chandramohan Srilamantula. The master's degree student of Department of Graphics at the Fine Arts College in Baroda who was jailed for displaying artworks in .
(June 25, 2008)
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India and the Nuclear Deal

The Indian media space is buzzing with the one and only issue: the Indo-US Nuclear Deal. According to the media pundits, a better way of telling will be the ‘Spoilsport Left and the Indo-US ..
(July 03, 2008)
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The Nuclear Deal Why America is Proactive to Help India

The Bush administration is visibly working overtime to finalize the nuclear deal with India. There are many indications that president George Bush is personally pursuing the deal to get it pass in ..
(July 20, 2008)
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