Work out a Comprehensive Strategy

Sitaram Yechury The recent wide ranging interview of the Russian Foreign Minister in The Hindustan Times must finally set in motion the long overdue need to work out a comprehensive strategy by the South Block to assess and meet the new post-cold war equations. That the absence of the Socialist

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PSEUDO – HINDU FASCISM

Sitaram Yechury NO single incident has destroyed the foundations of modern secular India as the wanton preplanned destruction of the Babri Masjid on December 6. The BJP-VHP-RSS-Bajrang Dal (in short SS – Saffron Shirts – the resemblance to Hitler’s infamous SS and Brown Shirts

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INDIA AT CROSSROADS : The Left Alternative

Sitaram Yechury The relevance and validity of the position adopted by various political formations in India today can be assessed only on the basis of the problems confronting the country and their suggested solutions. On the basis of such an approach it will be found that the positions of the

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FOREIGN POLICY An Year Of Ambivalence

Sitaram Yechury The first year of the minority Congress(I) government headed by P.V. Narasimha Rao has been marked by ambivalence and vacillations with regard to India’s foreign policy positions. Notwithstanding the positive elements like the improvement of relations with the

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FASCISTIC PSEUDO-HINDUISM

Sitaram Yechury And adds: First they came for the jewsand I did not speak out-Because I was not a Jew.Then they came for the Communiststhen I did not speak out-Because I was not a Communist.Then they came for the Catholicsand I did not speak out-Because I was not a Catholic.Then they came for

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Myth and Reality about Ayodhya

Sitaram Yechury The alacrity with which some eminent columnists of the national press have risen in defence of the atrocious events of Ayodhya on December 6 is, to say the least, outrageous. They make a ludicrous attempt to provide an intellectually dishonest defence to the politically

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