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by Sandeep Pandey It would seem improbable today but in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan, which is centre of continued violence today dominated by Taliban, there existed an organisation dedicated to non-violence called Khudai Khidmatgar not very long back. The person who founded this was called Frontier Gandhi – Khand Abdul Gaffar Khan… Read More

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by Sandeep Pandey There was a time when Yasser Arafat was as popular in India as any of its own leaders. The Palestine cause was the Indian cause. The Indian passport prevented its citizens from going to Israel (and South Africa). India didn’t consider Israel a legitimate state. Israel is probably the only country in… Read More

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A presentation by Monish Babbar, delivered at the Socialist Party conference on May 30th, 2014 at Gandhi Peace Foundation, New Delhi.

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by Sandeep Pandey On May 16, 2014 when the entire country was riveted to TV watching Modi’s landslide victory, the Supreme Court was reprimanding the Gujarat police for shoddy investigation. The bench comprising of Justice A.K. Patnaik and Justice Venkate Gopala Gowda said, ‘We intend to express our anguish about the incompetence with which the… Read More

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by Prem Singh Sathi Sunil is no more. He had a sudden brain hemorrhage and lost consciousness. After four days of struggling with death in that condition, he eventually passed away on the 21st of April 2014. For years Sunil had been wanting to travel the country to raise awareness among people about socialism. This… Read More

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by Sandeep Pandey Anil Mishra is a candidate of Socalist Party (India) from Unnao in U.P. On 12 April, 2014 he sought permission of Election Officer of District Unnao to take out a bicycle rally with about a hundred people on 23 April from his village Khan Peer Ali Nevada to Auras town area. The… Read More

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by Sandeep Pandey In the context of movement against the Kudankulum nuclear power plant the PM had himself directly accused the movement of receiving foreign funds implying thereby that there were some foreign powers who were not interested in seeing development in India and therefore sponsored anti-development movements. Realty was that the office of the… Read More