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Yogendra Singh

The Economist’s Barrels of Gun
Commentary

The Economist’s Barrels of Gun

Yogendra Singh- August 25, 2020

With time, the political-economical thinking, social paradigms and values change and to get an understanding of foreign publications through these historic assessments of a magazine ... Read More

Indian State, Hindus And the Limit of Tolerance
Archives, Commentary

Indian State, Hindus And the Limit of Tolerance

Yogendra Singh- May 30, 2020

If this systemic discrimination and double standards continues unchecked, then it will surely add to the displeasure of majority community. Read More

The Brilliant Cooperation Between Radical And Moderate Muslims
Archives, Commentary

The Brilliant Cooperation Between Radical And Moderate Muslims

Yogendra Singh- February 26, 2020

On one hand radicals burned buses, railway stations, barged into crowded trains with iron rods, while on the other hand moderates are calling for ‘Khilafat ... Read More

The Fall of Liberalism in India
Archives, Commentary

The Fall of Liberalism in India

Yogendra Singh- January 31, 2020

Double standards and contrasting stance involving same issue but different groups and excessive outrage over one crisis but numb silence over the other, has been ... Read More

Failure of Communism in India
Archives, Commentary

Failure of Communism in India

Yogendra Singh- January 16, 2020

Communism, as a social ideology and as a dominant national political force, did not flourish in India partly because of India’s structural uniqueness in the ... Read More

Ethnic Cleansing of Bangladeshi Hindus
Archives, Demography (Persecution & Proselytisation)

Ethnic Cleansing of Bangladeshi Hindus

Yogendra Singh- January 8, 2020

In a globalised world where illegal Rohingya refugees are revered and garlanded, the innocent Hindus of Bangladesh are met with step-motherly inhumanly treatment. Large international ... Read More

The Snake-Ladder Game: Twists and turns of India-China relations
Archives, Commentary

The Snake-Ladder Game: Twists and turns of India-China relations

Yogendra Singh- January 3, 2020

Indo-China relation is perhaps at the most illusionary point in decades, when prospects of improvement are thin and chances of escalations high, and still the ... Read More