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Rajiv Malhotra

Academic Hinduphobia

Feb 10, 2006 Rajiv Malhotra

The sixth-grade classroom in America has become the battle ground for geo-politically charged fights where the anti-Hindu biases of the academicians are ruling the roost. Is the sixth-grade classroom the right place to prosecute an American minority

The Cartel's Politics

Feb 12, 2004 Rajiv Malhotra

How institutional ideologies and capital empower the scholars' cartel politically, and how Indian scholars perform in compromising positions for the cartel. Article #9 in the continuing dialogue.


The Cartel's 'Theories'

Indian postcolonialists (who started with good intentions). are like outsourced coolies who sustain and enhance the theory and the politics of the Western Knowledge Factory. In other words, they are working for the cartel.  Article #8 in the continui

The Peer-Review Cartel

Feb 02, 2004 Rajiv Malhotra

The nature of the peer-review process is creating a knowledge production cartel that gives the Western academy neocolonialist control over the means of production of knowledge. It is the cartel's mutual assurance that they are emperors with clothes.


Going Forward

Fifth piece in the on-going samvad where Rajiv Malhotra agrees with Vijay Prashad's suggestion to go zara dheere se and proposes a restructuring of the dialogue into a manageable number of distinct (while overlapping) themes.

15 January, 2004

Is Hindutva The Indian Left's 'Other'?

Rajiv Malhotra

Why does the Left fail to answer questions about its first principles without resorting to the Hindutva 'Other' for its own self-definition? Third piece in the on-going debate.


15 January, 2004

A Dialogue With The Indian Left

Rajiv Malhotra

It began with an e-mail sent out to various individuals who define themselves as Indian Leftists requesting a 'samvad'. Text of the e-mail that has led to 'serious exchanges on important issues, but without ad hominems ... in the spirit of the purva-


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People pay homage to those killed in an IAF chopper crash, in Varanasi. CDS Gen Bipin Rawat accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat, his staff and other officials were killed in an IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter crash in...

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People pay homage to those killed in an IAF chopper crash, in Varanasi. CDS Gen Bipin Rawat accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat, his staff and other officials were killed in an IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter crash in...

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Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin during his visit to meet army officials, after CDS Gen Bipin Rawat accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat, his staff and other officials were killed in an IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter crash, in...

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In this file photo CDS Gen Bipin Singh Rawat along with his wife Madhulika Rawat in Tirupati. CDS Gen Bipin Rawat accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat, his staff and other officials were killed in an IAF Mi-17V5...

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Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin during his visit to meet army officials, after CDS Gen Bipin Rawat accompanied by his wife Madhulika Rawat, his staff and other officials were killed in an IAF Mi-17V5 helicopter crash, in...

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