India, Left Politics, Movements, Organisational QUestion, Politics, South Asia

Kerala Elections and Debates Around the Left Ministry

The exclusion of the former Kerala Health Minister K Shailaja despite her victory in elections has been criticised from Left politicians as well as sympathisers. Should one really worry so much about the exclusion?

India, Left Politics, Movements, Organisational QUestion, South Asia

Rosa Luxemburg and the Pedagogy of Revolution: Reflections on the current impasse facing the Indian Left

Ravi Kumar West Bengal slipped away from the hands of the Left as it lost the elections. Tripura, another state, decided to shift to the right parliamentarily. There were questions raised by the younger generation within the Left in Bihar during the 2020 elections. The Left in India is not in the best of its… Continue reading Rosa Luxemburg and the Pedagogy of Revolution: Reflections on the current impasse facing the Indian Left

India, Left Politics, Movements, Organisational QUestion, Politics

Left and the Organisational Question

The JNU elections 2016 have done what the mobilisation for Kanhaiya, Umar and Anirban did. It has sent a message across the whole spectrum of Right that there are possibile spaces where it cannot have it as easy as it expects. The official intervention through a Sangh-subservient Vice-Chancellor to use of all sorts of state… Continue reading Left and the Organisational Question