Imperialism

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JALLIANWALA BAGH: A LIGHT HOUSE FOR FIGHT FOR REAL INDEPENDENCE

Hundred years back, on 13 April, 1919 Punjab bled profusely at the hands of British imperialists in Jallianwala Bagh at Amritsar. It was a heinous massacre, unparalleled in the history of India, where 379 persons were killed and more than1200 were wounded, according to the figures given by the British […]

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US Imperialism : Declining Power and ‘Smart operators’

Collapse of G-7 meeting in Quebec, Canada marks serious intensification of contradictions among the imperialist countries. These contradictions should be viewed in conjunction with rising contradictions outside the G-7 fold. These contradictions relate to economic, political and military spheres. US Admn. under Trump is navigating its own course abandoning leadership […]

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Turkey Invades Kurd Areas of Syria

Intensifying contradictions among imperialist powers and regional powers aligned to them are giving rise to new conflicts and wars in the Middle-east. The situation is growing increasingly complex as new conflicts supervene over and influence the ongoing conflicts. Turkey has invaded the Afrin enclave controlled by Kurds led forces in […]

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Oppose US Decision to Recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel : Support National Struggle of Palestinians

  US President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel makes US open partner in the Zionist crimes against Palestinians. The decision goes against several UN resolutions on Jerusalem and is a clear reversal of US stand on two state solution of conflict between Zionist Israel and […]

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Of Shifting Sands and Pursuing Mirages From ‘Surgical strike on black money’ to ‘Going cashless’

SK Mohan ‘Oh, what a tangled web we weave…when first we practice to deceive.’ – Walter Scott, Marmion After sounding the bugle for ‘War on black money’ on the night of 8th November, the Generals appear to have changed the tack, hardly three weeks into it. Prime Minister’s ‘Mann ki […]