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Category: Genocide

On Rights & Reality

Antonio Francesco Gramsci (January 22, 1891 – April 27, 1937), the Italian Marxist philosopher, journalist, linguist, writer and politician who is best known for his Theory of Cultural Hegemony, once […]

Narrated By A Dead Man

One day, Maali Almeida, a war photographer and a gambler, woke up in the morning to find himself dead. As his dismembered body was sinking in the serene Beira lake, […]

US Spotlight On ‘Operation Searchlight’

Fifty years after the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh, Indian-American Democrat Congressman Ro Khanna and Republican Congressman Seve Chabot introduced a resolution in the House of Representatives on October 14 […]

50 Years: The Mood Of The Moment

On March 25, 2022, Bangladesh celebrated 50 years of its Liberation War and Independence, as the South Asian nation had declared Independence from Pakistan in the late hours of March […]

A Fanatic, With A Difference

He had become an eye surgeon (or ophthalmologist), after earning a Master’s Degree in Surgery. However, he shall always be remembered as one of three leaders of two notorious terror […]

Gruesome Incidents Remembered

It is said that Search Operations, in a massive scale, had been carried out throughout France in order to identify the Jews 80 years ago. On July 16-17, 1942, the […]

Evidence Of Extermination

Archaeologists recently found the ashes of at least 8,000 people, weighing more than 17.5 tonnes, in two mass graves in northern Poland. According to a report published by the BBC […]

A Gruesome Tale Stuns UN

Militants had abducted her twice, and tortured in a brutal manner. Apart from sexually molesting her, they also forced her to cook and eat human flesh! The UN Security Council […]

On Flawed Perspective Of World’s Problems

Indian Minister of External Affairs Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar recently sent a strong message to Europe, saying that Europe’s problems should not be considered as global problems. Speaking at the Globsec […]