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Speech of Prof. Pritam Singh (Oxford) During Conference in Chandigarh on Federalism and Autonomy

Prof. Pritam Singh from Oxford University asserted that India is a multi-national country, and this truth be given precedence in all spheres and all walks of life. He discussed seven points problems and issues such as central nature of the Indian constitution, centre's taking over the state subjects under the garb of concurrent list, regional/linguistic entities/nationalities, multi-national character of Indian peninsula and relation between Indian nationalism and economic policies resulting in loot of states and their natural resources.

Scholars, Politicians Shared Views About Need of ‘Federalism and Autonomy’ in Indian Peninsula

Dr. Dharamvira Gandhi Member Parliament led "Punjab Manch" yesterday yesterday held a political convention to discuss the issue of "Federalism and Autonomy" in Indian peninsula at Bhakna Bhawan, Sector 29 D Chandigarh.

Remembering June 1984 Ghallughara: The wounds that never heal

It happened 32 years ago but it feels as if it was yesterday-the heart, body and the mind still feels the tremors of the emotional earthquake it caused.

Punjab Research Group convenes meeting on events of 1984 at Wolfson College, University of Oxford

London, UK (October 24, 2014): It is learnt that a meeting of Punjab Research Group with specific focus on the events of 1984 and beyond will take place at Wolfson College, University of Oxford on 25 October, 2014. Pritam Singh, Iftikhar Malik and Kaveri Qureshi are convening the meeting.

The Indian Ideology by Perry Anderson – a Review by Pritam Singh Oxford

The sweeping electoral victory of the Hindu nationalist BJP under the leadership of Narendra Modi has been greeted worldwide with a mixture of euphoria and alarm. Euphoria by the neo-liberal economists and big business. Alarm by the national minorities in and democratic rights activists India. Pritam Singh reviews The Indian Ideology by Perry Anderson, a welcome book in giving a background to politics in India today.