Hundred years on is it time for another Revolution?

Sukumar Murlidharan

Perhaps the principles that led the architects of the October Revolution have reasserted themselves with fresh relevance today

Sukumar Murlidharan

Those Who Should Be Named and the Feminist October Revolution

Ratna Raman

While some Feminists might stonewall the moment where young women are calling out their harassers, the compilation of the 'sexual predators' list is an important process in breaking the same fear as calling out Lord Voldemorts name did in Hogwarts

Ratna Raman

Time to rearm Marxist Theory

Prakash Karat

A hundred years after Red October, theory still lags behind in analysing and comprehending contemporary imperialism and capitalism and the changes they have wrought

Prakash Karat

A Lie is a Lie is a Lie

Rupa Gulab

I’m guessing every Indian citizen and his/her dog/cat/hamster now knows that Arnab Goswami, Editor-in-Chief of Republic TV, told a big fat lie.

No Notebandi for the BJP in Gujarat, Himachal Campaign

Hardnews Bureau
Steering clear of the repercussions of demonetisation, the BJP in Gujarat and Himachal are planning to keep it out of the agenda
Hardnews Bureau

Senas to Protest Against 'False Promises' Made by the Central Government

Hardnews Bureau
The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and the Shiv Sena have promised to take to the streets to protest against the false promises made by the National Democratic Alliance
Hardnews Bureau

The curious case of Monika Ghurde

Hardnews Bureau

A year after a 39-year-old perfumer was found murdered in her flat in Goa, there are several questions about the official version of the crime that have been left unanswered. What has further raised the possibility of the version being a cover-up is the fierce secrecy pervading Ghurde’s social circles. Will justice prevail?

Hardnews Bureau

Not only rains, Mumbai should be blamed for its floods

Hardnews Bureau

Mumbai masterminds its floods with its uncontrolled craving for development—by converting floodplains, bottlenecking rivers and reclaiming several hectares of coastal areas
Dhwani Shah Mumbai

Peace Day: ‘Turning refugees away will only harm the West’

Hardnews Bureau

As migration of people from conflict-ridden areas continues in several parts of the world and is met with racism and xenophobia in the West, the world must attempt to address global inequality and poverty without generating more violence
Jyotika Teckchandani Delhi

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