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Indian Cricket: Corruption Runs Deep

Indian Cricket: Corruption Runs Deep

Cricket, especially its neoliberal variant the Indian Premier League (IPL), is in a thick soup of corruption. The two main accused, Raj Kundra and Gurunath Meiyappan, have been suspended for life. Further, their teams Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Rajasthan Royals (RR) have been banned for two years. Back in the summer of 2013, players, [...]

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Information Free Flow to Wash Away Obsolete Ideologies

Information Free Flow to Wash Away Obsolete Ideologies

Since the 1990’s there has been a transition from the old analog world order to the new digital world order. As a writer, it is important for me to understand the kind of change that is happening, to appreciate the importance of the free flow of information and to witness how people’s perception is changing. [...]

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What the Left Should Learn about Ukraine

What the Left Should Learn about Ukraine

History of the Ukrainian civil war, February 2014 – February 2015 Prior to what became known as Euromaidan, there were several attempts by the West at regime change in Ukraine. These were known as color revolutions and put into power corrupt right-wing politicians like Yulia Tymoshenko, who was in prison prior to the takeover. Previously [...]

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NJP Press Launched With Dady Chery’s Book ‘We Have Dared to Be Free’

NJP Press Launched With Dady Chery’s Book ‘We Have Dared to Be Free’

News Junkie Post turned six years old on June 6, 2015. It was always our intention to branch out to other media such as books, radio and, even down the line, television. A few months ago we decided to launch News Junkie Post Press, aka NJP Press. Dady Chery will be the first author published [...]

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Humanitarian Imperialism: Aid as a Trojan Horse

Humanitarian Imperialism: Aid as a Trojan Horse

We lived sustainably, with color and panache Long before the word sustainable became fashionable, before Scott and Helen Nearing experimented with non-establishment living in the 1930s and concluded that their project had failed because it lacked community, before even Henry David Thoreau noted that “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things [...]

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