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Heena Kausar returns the Daily Mail to its Fascist Roots

Heena Kausar returns the Daily Mail to its Fascist Roots

India is a target market for many commercial organisations and of course the media is no exception. From being one of Britain’s most well established newspapers, the Daily Mail has pioneered online journalism. Indeed it has a special section for India, and it is here that we encounter the latest offering by that country’s journalist [...]

November 25, 2014 Ranbir Singh Hindu Phobics, World Focus 0

Decolonising India’s education

Decolonising India’s education

A national newspaper carried an article on July 1st that bemoaned (rightly so) the disparity in education between the haves and the have-nots, between the 20 per cent who study in English medium private schools and the 80 per cent who study in vernacular government schools. The author proposed an outlandish solution to bridge the [...]

July 11, 2014 HHR Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

India’s English obsession must end

India’s English obsession must end

India is like Europe. The European Union has 24 official languages. All 24 are used for outbound communication. All laws are released in 24 languages. Each state has engineering, medicine, business in their own language. India’s languages serve a larger number of people than many European states. There is no reason why we cannot adopt [...]

June 26, 2014 HHR Archives, India 0

The Liberal Neo-Colonial Mindset

The Liberal Neo-Colonial Mindset

With the Indian elections underway the western media is even more panicked than usual about the impending doom faced by the world’s largest democracy as it falls into the abyss of Hindu fascism, fundamentalism, nationalism, and other assorted ‘reactionary’ forces. The parrot-fashion use of such worn-out phrases and the lazy reliance on the chattering class [...]

April 22, 2014 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights, Archives 0

The ‘Hindoo’ Colonials

The ‘Hindoo’ Colonials

In this time of austerity the squeeze on income comes from both rising prices and increased revenue pressure on the taxpayer. Alleviating the fallout of austerity means that government money has to come from somewhere. Hence the duel pressure as taxation increases through various mechanisms combined with inflation and falling real wages. It is perhaps [...]

July 5, 2013 Ranbir Singh Analysis/Insights 1