Confessions of a CEO Prime Minister

Ahead of the budget session of Parliament, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had a televised meeting with some select editors of television channels. The Prime Minister had a simple explanation for

Indian Skies up for Sale

This is an era of liberalized scams involving politician-bureaucrat-big business nexus in looting the national assets. The heat generated by 2G spectrum has not subsided. Now, CAG audit findings have

Covering Up Communal Violence

[Between August and October 2008, BJP-ruled Karnataka witnessed over fifty attacks on Christian institutions across the state, with the attacks peaking around September 14-15 when simultaneous attacks took place at

Egypt protests continue in the factories

Egypt's striking workers won't entrust the transition to democracy to the generals who were the backbone of the dictatorship [Excerpt from the article by Hossam el-Hamalawy, The Guardian, 14 February 2011] Since

Diary of an Egyptian Rebel

[Selections from the diary of the tumultuous days of revolution, published by Egyptian novelist Ahdaf Soueif in The Guardian, 4 February 2011] As people look down from balconies they wave at

Update : AISA & Worker (2 reports)

AISA Holds “People’s Parliament on Education” On the first day of the budget session of Parliament (Feb 21st), AISA held a “People’s Parliament on Education”, in which several noted educationists and