Communal Organisations

Madhya Pradesh faculty accused by ABVP of allegedly “promoting Islam” due to a post on Ramadan greeting

The ABVP in Madhya Pradesh’s Ujjain has reportedly accused a Muslim professor of “promoting Islam” and “giving less marks to Hindu students.” The professor who is accused has stated that the allegations are baseless, and the incident has only occurred after he refused to be pressured to give extra marks to absentee students.

RSS & BJP have already caused enough damage: In conversation with path-breaking novelist Devanur Mahadevan

A Dalit writer, he became an important figure in the Bandaya literary movement of the 1970s. This movement, led by emerging Dalit writers, employed prose and poetry to voice and confront social injustices. Amidst a growing right-wing influence in recent years, Mahadeva stands out as a steadfast critic, consistently opposing acts of oppression.

Militarising Minds, Hindutvaising the Nation | Training Future Military Leaders Imbued in Hindutva Supremacism?

How the policy of PPP (Public Private Partnership) Model in Sainik Schools is counter to all Constitutional principles and values

Centre hands over 62% of new Sainik Schools to Sangh Parivar, BJP politicians and allies

Sainik Schools, run under the Defence Ministry’s guidance, send cadets to India’s armed forces. The new initiative however relies on ideologically slanted organisations to train future cadets

RSS must stop demonising farmers’ movement: AIKS

Calling the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) a “betrayer of the freedom struggle,” AIKS has asserted that “the RSS has no right to question the patriotism of Indian farmers”

Hindu Jan Akrosh rally in Mumbai sees conspiracy theories against Muslims

The rally organised by the Sakal Hindu Samaj took place last weekend and saw BJP Leader Nitesh Rane, amongst others, make speech calling out ‘Jihadis’ and accusing people of bringing in ‘Bangladeshis’, and ‘Rohingya’ to conduct riots.

Assam: Hindutva group issues ultimatums to Christian-run schools

Civil society groups and leaders have tried to raise attention to the government regarding the harassment and fear faced by Christians in the state

Why Hindutva Is Worried About “Woke People” or “Wokeism”?

“How Mohan Bhagwat’s exhortation that ‘cultural Marxism’ and ‘woke people’ are spoiling India’s ethos betrays Hindutva Supremacism’s real agenda vis-a-vis assertion of the subalterns and independent thinking“

Who is afraid of the writings of Babasaheb Ambedkar?

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Keregodu flag conflict: Progressive organisations call for Mandya bandh on February 7

Peoples organisations and progressive organisations have called for a Mandya bandh (shut down) on February 7, condemning vested interests for disturbing peace and harmony, in the pretext of 'Hanuma dhwaja' removal issue, at Keragodu village in Mandya taluk.


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