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    Bhabani Nayak

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

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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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  • India: Reminiscences of Ranjan0

    RTI activist Ranjan Kumar Das. Photo: Twitter/@AnjaliB_   by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    29 December 2020 The outrageous murder of Right to Information (RTI) activist Mr Ranjan Kumar Das signals new waves of authoritarian ruling class onslaught on democratic movements in Odisha. The state government has failed to protect the lives of RTI activists. Ranjan

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  • Many tales of corporate control over agriculture0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak     23 December 2020 In 1991, when I was 12 years old and in 8th class in my village high school, the Government of India led by the Congress Party launched new economic reform programmes. I vividly remember reading local newspapers, which carried news on the reduction of agricultural subsidies on

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  • From Mass Agriculture to Corporatisation of Agriculture: Modi and His Washington Masters in Dismantling of Agricultural Economy and Food Security in India0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak     22 December 2020 The surge of the wealth of Indian billionaires and the Modi led the BJP government’s onslaught on poor, marginalised and farmers continue to grow simultaneously as masses face an annihilating pandemic of Coronavirus. There is a 90 % rise in Indian billionaire’s wealth over the last decade.

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  • Why Hindutva is really about dominant vision of capitalism in India0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak     15 December 2020 After the rise of Mr. Narendra Damodardas Modi led BJP, Indian media, capitalist classes, and their liberal hunks have ostensive argued for him as the only alternative for a strong and developed India. Mr. Narendra Modi was projected as a messiah of the masses. There is no

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  • India: Hindutva Leviathan0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    6 December 2020 The Hindutva governments led by BJP in India are brazenly attacking Muslims, students, journalists, writers, human rights activists, youths, farmers, and marginalising communities. These assaults are integral to RSS and its ideology of Hindutva politics. The suppression of civil liberty is growing. The independent judiciary and

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  • The Twin Essence of Our Times0

    by  Bhabani Shankar Nayak      1 December 2020 The pestilence of COVID-19 has not only revealed the failures of capitalism but also exuberated over all institutions of capitalism. The culture of crisis and conflicts are organic to capitalism. Capitalist systems are antithetical to the idea of peace, prosperity, and stability. The Coronavirus infused lockdown

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  • Labour Division Between Hindutva Fascism and Capitalism0

    by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    30 November 2020   History is about forgetting and remembering within different waves of time. If a society fails to view its present in the mirror of history, that society condemned itself to the dustbin of future. Indian society is at such a dangerous crossroad. The despicable ideology of Hindutva

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  • In defence of Love Jihad0

    A still from the controversial ad by Tanishq | YouTube An advertisement by Titan Group’s Tanishq Jewellery featuring an interfaith married couple has received severe backlash on Twitter, with ‘#BoycottTanishq’ among the top trends   by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    17 November 2020 ‘Love jihad’ is an abhorrent, insidious, reactionary, patriarchal, misogynist, and anti-Muslim political project

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  • Hindutva Hindrance to Economic Growth and Development in India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    17 November 2020 The perils of the Indian economy are products of directionless economic policies of the Modi government. It is led by ignorant leadership and arrogance of Hindutva politics based on exclusionary ideology, which is inspired by European Nazism and fascism. There is a method of madness in

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  • Hindutva: A Political and Economic Project of Shared Lies of Brahmanical Caste and Class Order in India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak    26 October 2020 India is facing the worst crisis in its history. The Hindutva forces shaped by RSS and politically led by BJP are accelerating the crisis to undo liberal constitutional democracy in India. The political opposition is withering every day with the help of media, puppet police, investigative

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