Articles by: MD Tabrez Alam

 Dowry, the Curse of Indian Society

 Dowry, the Curse of Indian Society

Written by Dr Md Afroz, Md Tabrez Alam Dowry in marriages is a curse for Indian society that has been haunting for a long time. This is a social curse, which has gone unchecked, though time and again it has tormented the people in general. It has become a routine affair that we come across news-reports on dowry deaths and[Read More…]

by March 20, 2021 Patriarchy
Democracy and Indian Muslims Living In Peril

Democracy and Indian Muslims Living In Peril

Introduction India with 1 plus billion people stands the second-largest democratic country in the world regardless of having diversities in each and every States / UTs of it. It has so much  assortment of language, culture, caste, religion, ethnicity, etc. that except for democracy no other system of governance can be succeeded. It is because of the all-encompassing nature of[Read More…]

by December 30, 2020 India
Jharkhand: The Trauma of Development and Displacement

Jharkhand: The Trauma of Development and Displacement

Written by Dr. Md Afroz & Md Tabrez Alam ‘Bad governance fails government’ is being used synonymously to refer to the fragile political system. A democratic state transform citizens aspiration into policy documents and it barely take chance to legislate anti-people policy. Unfortunately, most developing countries political system functions under the influence of crony capitalism that compromises people’s aspirations. Jharkhand[Read More…]

by December 12, 2020 India
Babri Masjid-wikimedia

Babri Masjid: Derailment Of Civic Politics In India

Co-Written by Dr. Md Afroz & Md Tabrez Alam 6 December 1992 was the day when Babri Masjid was demolished and it was the day when Muslims realised the horrific trailer of Hindu-Rashtra. This was the day of minority’s illusion of equality and egalitarian fade away and the credibility of state badly damaged in failing to provide safety & security[Read More…]

by December 7, 2020 India
Jharkhand: The Curse of Development and Displacement

Jharkhand: The Curse of Development and Displacement

Co-Written by Dr. Md Afroz & Md Tabrez Introduction The formation of Jharkhand on the behest of development and change in the life of local people were actually political gimmick to encash the euphoric regional sentiments for power. The ruling national parties used to retreat in policy matters that threatens their political stability in changing political atmosphere due to the[Read More…]

by November 23, 2020 India
Jharkhand after 20 Years: Rich State Poor People and Betrayal of Promises

Jharkhand after 20 Years: Rich State Poor People and Betrayal of Promises

Co-Written  by Dr. Md Afroz & MD Tabrez Alam   Jharkhand is considered one among the richest state in contemporary India because of its rich mineral resources and historical legacies of commercial and cultural wealth of past. Despite having industrialized state, it continues to face the challenges of socio-economic depravation; such as poverty, illiteracy, poor health services and discursive politics.[Read More…]

by November 16, 2020 India
Post Covid-19 Challenges and Prospects in E-Governance: A Case Study of Anganwadi Services Under ICDS

Post Covid-19 Challenges and Prospects in E-Governance: A Case Study of Anganwadi Services Under ICDS

Co-Written by MD Tabrez Alam & Dr Md Afroz The new pandemic Covid-19 engulfed entire world with high and low intensity differing country wise. India has severely affected reached at 2nd most cases in the world. It brought lots of challenges at the same time compelled to restructure the governance system. The use of Information and communications technology (ICTs) ensure[Read More…]

by October 18, 2020 India
Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Relevance to the Indian Muslims?

Babasaheb Ambedkar’s Relevance to the Indian Muslims?

Why Ambedkar means to me? Chauvinistic never realised the contribution of his vision and works toward the progress of Dalit Bahujan. Baba Saheb fought his entire life for the protection & upliftment of Oppressed classes and that is why today Dalits, Tribes, Labour, Women progressing or able to live with rights & dignity. Babasaheb is the one who is still[Read More…]

by April 16, 2020 Life/Philosophy