Monthly Archives: December 2013

Gurbaksh Singh’ Hunger Strike Enters Day 41, On The Brink Of Death — Kirpa Kaur

Listening to Indian mainstream media and society, you might have missed this phenomenal course of events stirring up global dialogue from Punjab over the past 41 days. With Anna’s bill getting tweets, ironically enough, from globally infamous human rights violators … Continue reading

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Nelson Mandela’s greatness may be assured – but not his legacy by John Pilger

दुनिया में बहुत से ऐसे ‘महान’ व्यक्ति हुए हैं,जिनका उत्तरवर्ती जीवन उनके परवर्ती जीवन की कब्र पर खड़ा होता है। ‘नेल्शन मंडेला’ का जीवन भी ऐसा ही था। दुनिया के तमाम शासक वर्ग आज जिस मंडेला की मौत का गम … Continue reading

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Quantum physics, dialectics and society: from Marx and Engels to Khrennikov and Haven by Ben Gliniecki

Quantum physics occupies a fascinating place at the cutting edge of modern scientific research. First developed in the early 20th Century, quantum theory is allowing today’s scientists to plumb new depths when it comes to matter and motion. A new … Continue reading

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