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Tag: 2019 elections
PM Modi’s Parliamentary Address Was Nothing More Than Platitudes
While there are several of us who would like to believe what he is saying, his statements are nothing but an example of trying to pull wool over one’s …
How to Live in Modi’s India
Don't be angry. Instead, apply a layer of awareness.
Growing Up in a Hindu Bubble
It was clear that bigotry was going to win again because it is deeply entrenched in the daily lives of multiple Hindus.
My Unsettling Experience as a First-Time Voter in West Bengal
When I went near the ballot box, a lady very calmly asked me to press the second button. I did. But not because she told me to.
‘Kya Yehi Hai Achhe Din’: Delhi-Based Artist Raps About the Politics of Hate
In his new single, visual artist and rapper Sumit Roy highlights the prevailing culture of hatred, the environmental crisis and the crackdown on free speech.
‘Hatt Salaa’: India’s First Rap Song By Transgender Women on Unemployment
The video features three transgender women and a young disgruntled man rejecting the government's false promises on jobs.
Jobs Not Jumlas: Thousands of Young Indians March to Protest Modi Government’s Policies
Student and youth organisations from across the country came together to march on Parliament street to demand jobs and protest against the 'saffronisation' of campuses across the country.
Want to Vote in the 2019 Elections? Here’s How to Register Yourself
Democracy only works if we participate in it. So let's do our bit.
After Farmers, Students and Youth to March on Parliament Next Month
The Young India Adhikaar Manch has announced its decision to march on parliament on February 7, to protest the Modi government's policies.