Alright, Mr Bush! Today, with great pride I’m getting old shoes fixed. Those Iraqi shoes, Scorched by burning sands, Sands, which in that land have been mixed with gunpowder. Those Vietnamese shoes, Found buried in their own
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Red Salute to Comrade Madhukar Katre Comrade Madhukar Katre, President of Lal Nishan Party (L), passed away on 16 of January, 2009 in a hospital in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra. Born in Pune
Saffron Offensive in Karnataka Further emboldened by its victory in the by-elections in 5 out of 8Assembly seats, the ruling BJP has intensified its communal fascist onslaught. At Mangalore, a coastal
(Abridged from an article in Counterpunch, January 6, 2009. Ed/-) In a rare moment of honesty, the New York Times divulged the real motive behind the bombardment and invasion of Gaza.
The large number of people who turned out to vote in the 2008 J&K elections surprised most observers and political commentators. Despite all the apprehensions stemming out of the turmoil
In over two decades of being a journalist it was the first time ever that I have cried upon reading a newspaper editorial. Having watched closely the shameful decline of
Party Central Committee (CC) met from December 18 to 21 in the historic Boddapadu village in Srikakulam district of Andhra Pradesh. The village has been a stronghold of the revolutionary
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati’s birthday bash this year lacked the usual fanfare and display of cash. Widespread protests and people’s anger against the gruesome murder of a PWD engineer
[This piece is a sequel to the commentary on the unorganized labour bill that appeared in the April 2006 and July 2007 issues of Liberation. It has been prepared by
(Slightly abridged from the original. The author is a senior advocate of the Supreme Court.) The terrorist attack on two five star hotels in Mumbai has led to a lot of
The Vibrant Gujarat Global Investor Summit held recently in Ahmedabad produced some strange sights and sounds. Pictures of a smiling and kite-flying Narendra Modi greeted newspaper readers across the country.
On January 7 2009, R. Ramalinga Raju, the CEO of Satyam Computer Services (the fourth largest company in the Indian IT industry) sent shockwaves throughout the financial world, already reeling
The US – and the world – has just witnessed Bush's exit from and Obama's entry into the White House. The mood at Obama’s inauguration – an event replete with