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Saturday, May 27, 2017

CounterCurrents: Cattle Sale Restriction: A Death Blow To India’s Farmers And Federalism




Dear Friend,

On the third anniversary of Narendra Modi government, the government of India dealt a death blow to Indian farmers and its federal structure by bringing severe restrictions on cattle trade, virtually enforcing a cow slaughter ban across India. The new rule was issued by the ministry of environment.

In November last year Modi government enforced a ban of high denomination notes dubbed as “demonetisation”. It had disastrous effect on the economy as well as causing the death of hundreds of people. This new rule is greater social engineering than demonetization. Pitting one community against another, castes against one another. Human blood will spill across India. Farmers will starve. India has become a cow republic. If we don’t resist it, it will be the end of India as we know it.

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Cattle Sale Restriction: A Death Blow To India’s Farmers And Federalism


On the third anniversary of Narendra Modi government, the government of India dealt a death blow to Indian farmers and its federal structure by bringing severe restrictions on cattle trade, virtually enforcing a cow slaughter ban across India. The new rule was issued by the ministry of environment.




How To Lynch A Man
by Ra Sh 


it’s really simple. what you need first is
a man, preferably alone, poor or looking
poor, carrying no weapons and exhausted
from work, starving, and apparently
belonging to a lower caste or a muslim.




Mani Shankar Aiyar On Wrong Foot
by Abdul Majid Zargar 


This write-up is in response to the interview of veteran congressman, Mani Shankar Aiyar, published in daily  Rising Kashmir of 24th May 2017.





Riyadh Speech: State Terrorist Trump’s Fake News Ignores Muslim Holocaust & American Holocaust
by Dr Gideon Polya 


President Donald Trump’s speech in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, was on the occasion of his first foreign trip as president of the US . Below is a succinct and systematic  analysis of the lies of omission and lies of commission uttered  by this mendacious, racist and narcissistic warmonger.




Narmada Oustees Hold Rally


The people displaced due to Sardar Sarovar Dam, including farmers, laborers, potters etc. held a rally with bullock carts filling the streets of Badwani





There Is More To It Than Meets The Eye: India’s Boycott of The Recently Concluded OBOR Summit
by Dr Aurobindo Ghose 


It is ten days since the One Belt One Road (OBOR) Summit called and hosted by China at Beijing from May 14 to 15, 2017, concluded. Significantly, India did not participate in OBOR. But the subject is so important for peace, development and stability or otherwise in the region and beyond , that it has continued relevance and requires a fresh review and discussion. 




Why Is India Lagging Behind In Tapping Solar Power?
by Marianne de Nazareth 


The reasons for the slow uptake seem to be lack of familiarity with the process and fear of bureaucratic red tape which is what most Indians fear. Getting caught in government fine print. Besides this, net metering provisions are present in most states, but effectiveness of implementation vary significantly.




South Asian Progressives Commemorate 50 Years of Naxalbari Uprising In Canada


South Asian progressive activists came together in Surrey, Canada this evening to denounce ongoing state violence against oppressed communities and minorities in India on the occasion of 50 years of Naxalbari uprising.




Breaking The Poverty Cycle
by Moin Qazi 


Most aid programmes  are just trying to make poverty tolerable rather than working to  eliminate it.  What is now needed is    empowerment of women in ways to enable them to work out their own path out of poverty.









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