The Indian state has imprisoned the Dalit intellectual Anand Teltumbde on trumped-up charges of terrorism and subversion. His activism and writing on caste and class are needed more than ever in the struggle against both casteism and capitalism.
Janine Jackson: US elite media aren’t in the habit of highlighting protest in formally friendly countries, but hundreds of millions of people in the street throughout India should be hard to ignore. The peaceful protests have been met with brutality; at least 27 people have been killed. What is behind the unrest?
by Michael Pröbsting, International Secretary of the RCIT, 11 November 2019, http://www.thecommunists.net The recent verdict of India’s Supreme Court represents another victory for the right-wing Modi government and its Hindutva chauvinist supporters. It paves the way for building a Hindu temple in the town of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh state. Continue reading “India: Another Orgy of Hindutva Chauvinism “
With neither of the neoliberal formations being able to provide an answer to the burning material problems of the people, it is only the Left, which can go beyond neoliberal capitalism, that can provide a way out of the crisis, though this way out would take us eventually beyond capitalism itself. This is true not only in India but in the rest of the world as well.