By Saswat Pattanayak Red Monthly | October 2016 “Thought and consciousness are products of the human brain and the human being is a product of nature,…
By Amrita Misra || October 2015 Most Hindus follow their religion based on ‘hearsay’….literally, parents or people in authority say what our religion/rituals are, we hear…
Amrita Misra asks: Why was APJ Abdul Kalam so loved by the Hindutva forces, and Yakub Menon so loathed? What else connected the two? A Red Monthly exclusive.
JT White combats the banalisation of Mandela while recognizing his true greatness in December’s Red Monthly.
Amrita Misra says Anurag Kashyap’s latest reinforces sexism, casteism, and the reactionary status quo.
Russell Brand is not sexist, he is lazy. He is not obnoxious, he is revolutionary. He is not indifferent, he is a political theorist. Saswat Pattanayak explores these, and other myths.
Fellow patriotic Americans…The question is not who attacks us first, the question is who we must first attack….After all, I just love to hear my president speak in his Commander-in-Chief voice, the little GI Joe he must have played with as a young child just springs forth off him on the TV screen…it is so cute!
In the backdrop of the much publicized Mumbai incident, Amrita Misra writes about the socio-cultural roots of rape culture.