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On Understanding the Incomprehensible - II

The editorial has left us dumbfounded. Placing the Delhi gang rape in the realm of incomprehensibility is itself re-inscribing a mystification and essentialist barbarity (the “primitive”) both of which are very unhelpful in understanding and opposing it and indeed feed right into the equally...

Rape Culture

We are outraged and deeply upset at the grotesque sexualised assault on the adivasi woman who was stripped and viciously beaten at a protest demon­ stration by adivasi and tea tribe communi­ ties seeking scheduled tribe status and other political rights by “local” youths in Guwahati on November 24...

Naxalite Movement in Bihar

did illiteracy prevent people from answer- Naxalite Movement in Bihar ing complex questions? Oral history is an People Power: The Naxalite Movement in Central Bihar by Prakash Louis; Delhi, 2002; Wordsmiths,
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