Monthly Archives: September 2014

Policing the people

Could parties in power have survived without police power? September 18, 2014        NAJMA SADEQUE The police system set up in 1861 for colonial India was “designed to be a public-frightening organization, not a public-friendly agency… for keeping the natives on … Continue reading

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Saving their ‘democracy’

September 10, 2014 NAJMA SADEQUE   Since the late 80s, successive governments have been consistently violating citizens’ human and constitutional rights under the cover of the World Bank and IMF. In 1987, the IMF slapped us on the wrists with … Continue reading

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Non-violence vs. the system

September 03, 2014 NAJMA SADEQUE   How does one tame a wild horse? Some animals by nature are easily subordinated, and some just cannot be. Somewhere in the world, there is a breed of horse that roams wild. It is … Continue reading

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