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Dr.Dipak Basu Guest Columns : 4

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USA’s nuclear design on India
D BASU: The standard argument of the proponents of the Indo-US nuclear treaty is ,Small prototypes are under construction. But none of the prototypes is ready to be duplicated in a big way. Hence successive governments in India in last twenty years have been in a fix whether to ask for outside help or not. Waiting for the Indian technology to mature will take another 20 years. Lost time will serio...
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Hindus under Muslim Rule in West Bengal
D BASU: What is the status of the Hindus in India itself? In Jammu & Kashmir not only the non-Muslims were brutally evicted from Kashmir and forced to live as refugees in their own country recently Shariat law was about to be implemented in the whole of the state. Is that mean the Government of India accept that Jammu & Kashmir is not part of India, which is secular according to its constitution, ...
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CPI(M) and Karl Marx
D BASU: Recently Sitaram Yachury has called for the reevaluation of the history India’s first war of independence or what the British oriented historians calls ‘the Sepoy Munity’. However in the process he falls back upon the interpretation given by the historians of Jawaharlal Nehru University( JNU) rather than what is given by Karl Marx. In India, some recent historians from the Aligarh Muslim U...
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"Sepoy Mutiny" and Historical Distortions
D BASU: The intellectuals of India today derive their recognitions and rewards because of their pro-Western attitude. As a result what should be a gigantic celebration for 150th anniversary of the India’s First War of Independence or what the British called “Sepoy Munity” is now reduced to arguments and counterarguments between politicians and historians about the specific version, which should be...
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Hinduism and Equality
D BASU: Recently Praful Goradia asserted (in ‘Western Imposition’, 18 January 2006, The Daily Pioneer) that the concept of equality is alien to Hinduism, but an imported idea from the West. In his words, “The people of Western faith are amenable to state intervention, whether it be welfare, as in France and Germany, or socialism, as in Yugoslavia under Marshal Tito, or totalitarianism, as in the f...
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SEZs in China and India
D BASU: The dispute of the farmers against the oppressive governments in Singur, Nandigram, Orissa, Chratisgrah and Narmada Valley in India is not a war between industry and agriculture or between progress and conservatism but between basic human rights and a government determined to create a pure capitalistic heaven by taking over poor people’s only possession of a little land and a home......
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Exports of Democracy and its Obstacles
D BASU: To contain Russia, USA has adopted a multi-level approach. It is trying to put false or half-truths in the international media to make Russia unpopular. USA and its western allies also support directly or indirectly the Islamic insurgency within Russia. At the same time there are serious efforts going on to encircle Russia by putting pro-Western governments in every former republics of the...
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Singur: Reflection of China
D BASU: The incidents in Singur, West Bengal is reflecting a growing tendency of the government to force people to give up their land and houses for the private sector without paying proper compensation. These incidents are the reflection of similar incidents in China in recent years. As India is trying to emulate China the ill effects of Chinese repressive policies on the farmers are also visible...
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China"s claim on Arunachal Pradesh
D BASU: India must understand that so long as India accept Tibet is a part of China, China can claim Arunachal Pradesh, Ladakh and Sikkim as historically these were at one time parts of Tibet. The only way out for India is to recognize Tibet as an occupied territory and India will negotiate it border only with an independent Tibet in future but not with China.......
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Indo-US nuclear Deal and its consequences
D BASU: The nuclear deal it has little to do with the nuclear power generations but it aims at the elimination of India’s ability to produce any nuclear weapons. Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT), which India has refused to sign so far, is about to be imposed upon India through a back door with devastating consequences for India’s immediate future.......
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Mussaraf’s Proposal and India"s Options
D BASU: If Pakistan insists that it has the right to absorb the rest of the Kashmir in one way or another because of religion and if India insists on the ‘line of control’ and secularism, there is no common ground where the two sides will meet. Thus, any future discussions between the leaders of the two countries, just like those before, will be futile.......
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Suez Crisis in 1956: the reality
D BASU: Both Pakistan and India refused to join this club. In 1958 CIA had organized a coup in Pakistan to put a military dictator Ayub Khan in power. Instead of India, the most popular candidate after the creation of the Non-Alligned Group in 1955, USA put Taiwan in the vacant seat of the permanent member of the U.N. Security Council.......
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Pope and the Muslims
D BASU: Most important religion of the Middle East in 7th century was Zoroastrian, not Jewish or Christianity. Zoroastrians are now wiped out from the Middle East. Central Asia was Buddhist; there was no sign of it now. Afghanistan and Pakistan were Hindu-Buddhists, who do not exist there any more. Albania, Bosnia, and Chechnya, Tatarstan, Boskiristan, Azerbaijan in the former Soviet Union became ...
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Dictatorship within a Democracy D Basu Add Comment
Balochistan and The Line of Evil D Basu Add Comment

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