Militarist Diplomacy: India Revives Pakistan in Kashmir


Seema Mustafa, Courtesy: thecitizen.in, August 24, 2015
The gyrations---passing for diplomacy---over the last several days has done extensive damage to Indian foreign policy. In the short term the gentlemen in the Prime Ministers Office might be congratulating themselves for having ‘taught Pakistan a lesson” on terrorism, but the more discerning individuals in the government including the Ministry of External Affairs have probably realised the folly of a militaristic approach that at the end, has...

Police Beat Up the Students in Presidency as State Violence Enters the Campus Again in Bengal


Souradeep Roy, August 21, 2015
Presidency University witnessed state violence inside the campus as students protesting against the Chief Minister, Mamata Banerjee's visit were beaten up by the police. The protesting students waved black flags and shouted slogans as Mamata Banerjee walked into the campus. The reportage so far has said that students were protesting against the government inaction after the ransacking of the campus which occured two years ago, causing, amongst other...


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