Category Archives: 1857

From or with?

My place was not with the heroes, but with the rablle, with the men who had been pressed into the ranks by force of arms, or force of hunger, with nothing to fight or work for and little to gain; … Continue reading

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Indian Workers and Global Capitalism

But why should Indian workers always suffer during a downward spiral cycle of global capitalism? via  Amaresh Mishra |The Times Of India.

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Prejudice and Pride

Pride and Prejudice As a part of the graduate courses we had to do a few presentations. During the course on sociology of education I reviewed a book Prejudice and Pride by Krishna Kumar. When I was first told about … Continue reading

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