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    Bhabani Nayak

    The author is a Senior Lecturer in Business Strategy at Coventry University, UK.

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  • The Carbis Bay Imperialism0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak        18 June 2021 The recently concluded meetings of the Group of Seven (G7) countries in Cornwall from the 11th to 13th of June 2021 have reaffirmed their commitment to a post-pandemic world based on twin planks; i) revive capitalism and ii) reinstate imperialism.  These twin decaying and

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  • Nae Beau Idéal: Hindutva that Ruined the Present and Future of India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    13 June 2021 The BJP and Mr. Narendra Modi had promised: “Achhe din” (good days) and “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Vishwas” (with all, development for all, the faith of all) to capture the political power in Delhi. Many corporate media and many liberal intellectuals have projected him as

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  • India: How Hindutva works?0

        by Bhabani Shankar Nayak     20 May 2021 In recent years, Hindutva politics has caused long-term damage to India and Indians. The so-called 56-inch macho PM, the propaganda master, manufactures and survives all political crises, including the current mismanagement of the Coronavirus pandemic in India. Despite deaths and destitutions, the social, cultural, economic, and

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  • In defence of youthful deviations0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak   17 May 2021 The blaming of young people as ‘lazy, deviants, drug abusers, materialists, selfish, directionless, apolitical and other stereotypes continue to dominate public narratives. The objectives of these borderless narratives are designed to weaken young people’s ability to challenge and transform the society in which they live. The blame

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  • Hindutva Fascism, Modi and Lies0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak     13 May 2021 Mr. Narendra Modi and his RSS brethren are masters of fraudulent claims. There are long lists of lies spread by the RSS, BJP, and all their IT cell workers. It is not a personality disorder or lying with fear.  Hindutva fascists are trained liars. Modi defended his government’s

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  • Ask difficult but fundamental questions during tough times0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    5 May 2021 The coronavirus pandemic has already caused the colossal loss of lives and livelihoods around the world. It continues to create havoc in different countries like Brazil and India.  It has destroyed livelihoods, communities, and families. This global health crisis has taken a terrible toll on individual

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  • How Hindutva socio-psychopaths rule India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak            2 May 2021 The Hindutva socio- psychopaths are neither nationalists nor patriotic people. These medieval reactionary forces don’t understand the idea of citizenship, justice, liberty, equality, and humanism. Indian democracy is merely an electoral transaction for the Hindutva forces. Hindutva forces neither follow science nor understand the sufferings of fellow

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  • Modi led Hindutva Pandemic in India0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak      28 April 2021 Indians struggle to find a place and time to bury their dead due to the devastating effects of the second wave of COVID 19 in India. The crematoriums in the capital cities are overflowing with dead bodies. People are dying without oxygen and basic medical support. The cities

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  • India: Modi’s politics of tears0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak      9 February 2021 Mr. Narendra Modi often cries as if teardrops can replace misgovernance and hide the failures of his government. The display of teardrops helps to build a persona of human feelings. There is no scientific way to measure whether his teardrops reflect sincerity or master political

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  • India: Whose sovereignty is it anyway?0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    5 February 2021 The questions of national sovereignty are dominating debates in Indian politics today. The Indian media has become the voice of the BJP government led by Mr. Narendra Modi. The government and media deride anyone as anti-national if one question’s the government of the day. The students, youths,

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  • Wider Meanings of Indian Farmers Movements to Reclaim the Republic and Beyond0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak        31 January 20121 In the darkness of nights, the Hindutva fascists and their trained henchmen are trying to attack farmers’ protests and provoke violence with police help. The objective of the BJP government is to discredit the peaceful and democratic movements of the Indian farmers. All slanderous

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  • India: Hindutva way of normalising violence0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak   20 January 2021 The pestilence of Coronavirus has given a free hand to the Hindutva fascists in India to undermine all democratic norms and constitutionally established institutions. The caste, class, and gender-based structural violence are ubiquitous. Both the organised and fragmented nature of Hindutva violence is accelerated by the current political

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  • Understanding Hindutva Neoliberalism in India0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak      18 January 2021 Hindutva neoliberalism in India is a specific variant of capitalism that enforces economic and political oligarchy in the name of ethnic and majoritarian nationalism. It liberalizes the market for a few to establish a dominant corporate monopoly. It does not allow complete free-market competition as a

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  • Normalisation of “Hindutva Shock Therapy” for the Consolidation of Capitalism in India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak   8 January 2021 The rise of neoliberal marginalisation combined with social and economic marginalisation under a Brahminical structure and its caste-based hierarchical social order has laid the foundation for ‘Hindutva’ political, social, cultural, and economic projects. The resurgence of neoliberalism from the 1980s led to the acceleration of further marginalisation

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