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Sep 03, 2019
JNUSU election presidential candidate Jitendra Suna is at vanguard of battle against oppression in IndiaThe story of Jitendra Suna, who is contesting as a presidential candidate in the 2019 JNUSU election is an attractive story for the media, particularly since he comes from an 'untouchable' caste
Apr 18, 2019
Paul Zacharia on A Secret History of Compassion, his relationship with the Left, and pursuing 'pure storytelling'Paul Zacharia's latest novel A Secret History of Compassion is immersed in grand parody and yet, anchored to some of the vital truths of our time — the erosion of ideology, the collapse of institutions, the way the vocabulary of social justice has been weaponised.
Jan 22, 2018
CPM says 'no' to Congress alliance: Prakash Karat then, Sitaram Yechury now; Left leadership remains cluelessDuring his Rajya Sabha tenure, Yechury developed a cosy relationship with the Congress and was often seen as a "Congress apologist". On the theoretical plane, he could justify his proximity to the Congress leadership as siding with the “lesser evil” to checkmate the “bigger evil of communalism” – in the form of emergence of Narendra Modi.
May 29, 2017
'Character of enemies changed from feudal lords to BJP, RSS,' says ex-Naxal Varavara RaoThey have failed to establish a class-less society and their rousing slogan "China's chairman is our chairman" is no longer heard, but the ideals and the struggle of the Naxalites are still relevant, prominent Naxalite leaders say.
Nov 04, 2016
Kanhaiya Kumar seeks more Left footprint as Right spreads wingsIn conversation with Firstpost, Kanhaiya Kumar revealed some honest insights about his journey & offered a host of arguments on his 'activism and politics'.
Mar 19, 2016
Jai Jawan, Jai Samvidhan? Flip-flops and convenience now come handy to JNU activistsStudents of JNU once again gathered at the administrative block to celebrate the release of Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya from judicial custody on Friday evening. Chants of "lal salaam" were once again shouted at the highest pitch possible, and they reverberated in the campus
Mar 10, 2016
#SeditionRow: In two open letters, JNU professors Paranjape and Datta debate Kanhaiya's 9 Feb speechAfter Makarand Paranjape, professor of English at JNU, during his lecture on nationalism questioned the basis of left politics in the campus, he came under severe attack.
Mar 10, 2016
JNU is like a land of lotus-eaters, where we haven't emerged from the Cold War: Makarand ParanjapeIn the on-going series of teach-in lectures on nationalism at the Jawaharlal Nehru University, Makarand Paranjape, professor at the Centre of English Studies (CES) emerged as an alternative voice on the JNU row when he asked if the institution was a 'democratic space' or a 'Left hegemonic space', and why Leftists had trouble accepting the 'legitimacy of the Indian State'. Speaking to Firstpost, he reflected on the challenges that JNU faces today and why he is critical of Left politics on campus