Posted on 26/05/2023 (GMT 08:00 hrs) RTI is dead! RIP RTI! Alas! RTI has breathed its last… The RTI Act (2005) was introduced in India to ensure democratic accountability and dialogue between the so-called “governing class” and the so-called “governed”. However, given the rise of democratic un-freedom in the past couple of decades (as pointedContinue reading “RTI DECEASED: THE STATE OF DEMOCRATIC UNFREEDOM”
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CONVERGENCE TO PRAXIS
This journal tries to demolish the administrative boundaries of academic disciplinary technology by amalgamating all the so-called “subjects” by condemning the objectification, subjectification and subjection.
It strives to reach the vanishing point of theory and praxis. Thus, instead of so-called “inter-disciplinary studies”, it emphasizes on the convergence of earthian knowledges and praxiologies. The journal attempts to achieve this end by means of dialogue without manipulation in the context of a participatory, local-resource based, low-energy efficient, small-scale, self-reliant, partyless, moneyless, decentralized democracy. As this journal is against the academiocratic elitism and patron-client relationship, it maintains the Copyleft Writers’ Movement and follows the Creative Commons License.
Why is Mr. Ajay Piramal hiding himself from the socialization process?
Posted on 15/03/2023 (IST 23:40 hrs) Updated on 17/03/2023 (IST 00:20 hrs)
In Defence of the Open Society: consecutive letters to Mr. George Soros on the India Question
Posted on 03/03/2023 “India is an interesting case. It’s a democracy, but its leader Narendra Modi is no democrat. Inciting violence against Muslims was an important factor in his meteoric rise. Modi maintains close relations with both open and closed societies. India is a member of the Quad (which also includes Australia, the US, andContinue reading “In Defence of the Open Society: consecutive letters to Mr. George Soros on the India Question”
Human Rights Compromised in India under the Oligarchic Regime
Posted on 21/02/2022 We, the three musketeers, had separately appealed to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), India, for the violation of business-related human rights due to financial abuse in the context of the Dewan Housing Finance Corporation Limited (DHFL) scam⤡ ⤡, through the following three appeals: FINANCIAL ABUSE OF THE DHFL VICTIMS: A COMPLAINTContinue reading “Human Rights Compromised in India under the Oligarchic Regime”
Accidental “Deaths” (?) of some Hindutvavadi Activists (Morte accidentale di Hindutvavadi Attivisti)
Posted on 12/02/2023 Dedicated to Lakhs of DHFL FD and NCD Holders, who are victims of different type of “capital” punishment by the Hindutvavadins! “Article 4 (b): In consonance with the cultural heritage of the Hindu Samaj, the Sangh has abiding faith in the fundamental principle of tolerance towards all faiths. The Sangh as such, has no politics and is devotedContinue reading “Accidental “Deaths” (?) of some Hindutvavadi Activists (Morte accidentale di Hindutvavadi Attivisti)”
The Praxis of Ecosexuality or nisargaśṛṅgāra: intimacy with nature
Akhar Bandyopadhyay ⤡ Posted on 10/02/2023 Abstract Paper presented at the Department of Philosophy, Presidency University, on 08/01/2023, to partially fulfill the requirements of the postgraduate academic programme. The paper deals with the ecological concern in the era of climate emergency as viewed from the post-humanist (not to be equated with artificial intelligence) perspective ofContinue reading “The Praxis of Ecosexuality or nisargaśṛṅgāra: intimacy with nature”
IF A[M]DANI SCAMS, CAN AMBANI-PIRAMAL BE FAR BEHIND?
Posted on 8th February, 2023 Abstract In the context of contemporary Indian political economy, it is observed that the crony and monopoly capitalism is proliferating. After the publication of the Hindenburg Report on the Adani group and The Caravan’s report on the Gujarat Pogrom, it is also being perceived that the market fundamentalism and freeContinue reading “IF A[M]DANI SCAMS, CAN AMBANI-PIRAMAL BE FAR BEHIND?”
The Crack in the Majoritarian Indian Politics
Posted on 06/01/2023 When the citizens of the Indian republic are suffering from injustice, hunger, unemployment, climate catastrophe and have lost their faith⤡ in democracy in general, they have heard a courageous voice from one of the pillars of democracy, i.e., judiciary, on the issue of the Demonetization move⤡. Truth cannot always be asserted byContinue reading “The Crack in the Majoritarian Indian Politics”
King Liar: the pseudology of contemporary Indian politics
Posted on 05/01/2023 Updated on 23/04/2023, GMT 1.o5 pm As an ardent Modibhakt, I was concentrating on the unimaginable development of India under the apt guidance of Modiji in the past few years. I was viewing the report card of Modiji published by Godi Media since 2014, when he came to the forefront of theContinue reading “King Liar: the pseudology of contemporary Indian politics”
HINDUS AGAINST HINDUTVA
Posted on 30th December, 2022 In India, it is observed that politically projected Hindutva is often opposed by the Hindus themselves. Factually speaking, Hinduism is not an organized, institutionalized religion per se. There are innumerable diversities, heterogeneities and pluralities under the umbrella designation of “Hindu”. If anyone tries to define Hinduism as a caste-based religion,Continue reading “HINDUS AGAINST HINDUTVA”