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Bio-politics in the time of Covid-19: Can the old economic order really return? Should it?
An excerpt from ‘A Pandemic and the Politics of Life’, by Ranabir Samaddar.
· Mar 24, 2021 · 08:30 am
Fifty years ago: How pro-poor politics became an integral part of Indian democracy
The year 1971 saw the end of mass, armed Naxalite rebellion. And the entry of the people as ‘poor’ in institutional politics.
· Feb 12, 2021 · 06:30 am