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Op/Ed: Arrest of Deep Sidhu, Farmers’ Unions and Sikh Psyche

Deep Sidhu has emerged as a high profile figure after being arrested by the Delhi Police as the “prime accused” of January 26 violence in the Indian national capital. Everyone is indulged...

Op/Ed – Uncovering Navreet Singh’s Death: Shot Dead by the Police on Republic Day?

On January 26, thousands of farmers marched towards central Delhi along with their tractors. Farmers faced a barbaric backlash from the Delhi police as peaceful protesters endured baton-charging, tear gas shells, and stones...

After Twitter’s Action, Kangana Ranaut Threatens The Social Media Platform of Complete Ban in India

Kangana Ranaut. Naam to suna hoga? Well, for various reasons, but primarily due to her hateful and instigating comments on Twitter, she has been trying to remain in the limelight. Although Kangana has been...

Op/Ed: Permitting participation of politicians can prove detrimental for farmers’ agitation

:dateline:After a long wait of almost more than half year, politicians have finally found an avenue to enter into farmers’ agitation against three unconstitutional farm laws pertaining to the procurement of farm...

Op/Ed – Not all Terrorists carry guns and bombs, some carry microphones, cameras and use Twitter

What we are witnessing in India, is the panicked BJP government desperate to change to the narrative of the Farmers Morcha. They recognise that they are defeated in the debate of the farming...

S. Gurtej Singh IAS: Perspective on the January 26 Tractor March

The happenings of 26th January 2021 at New Delhi need to be understood in proper perspective. The events nearer to time ― the students protest, the Shahinbagh resistance, Nirbhaiya protest, anti-corruption movement...

Op/Ed: Is anything wrong with hoisting Nishan Sahib, farm unions’ flag on Delhi Red Fort?

To lodge a symbolic protest on Republic Day of India and challenge the autocratic nature of the Indian state, Punjab’s youths taking part in the tractor march taken out in Delhi in...

Op/Ed: On India’s Republic Day, #GodiMediaStopMisleading is trending, and for the right reasons

As India celebrates its annual republic day with an official parade and celebrations, there is no doubt that the tractor march carried out by farmers was not historic. The day started with...

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