As elections approach, India’s farmers count government’s broken promises

A report by Financial Accountability Network India reveals how the promises made to farmers by the ruling BJP in previous elections – doubling their income, a sustainable minimum support price and more —were never met

Anganwadi workers in Andhra Pradesh declare victory after 42-day strike

Terming the strike as a “grand victory,” the All India Federation of Anganwadi Workers and Helpers said in a statement that it “proved the strength of the working people”

G20: What’s in it for the Global South?

Economist Dr Biswajit Dhar talks about what to expect from the forthcoming G20 summit being held in Delhi, India. He says the rhetoric about gains to developing countries from the G20 summits is hype

An EU double standard with massive impact on the global environment

The European Union is exporting more than 10,000 tons of bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides a year to megadiverse countries despite having banned these chemicals from its own farms to protect pollinators

Got a degree, but no Job? | With Aunindyo Chakravarty

Journalist and analyst Aunindyo Chakravarty talks about the phenomenon of educated Indian youth failing to get jobs. Unemployment amongst those with graduate or post graduate degrees is twice as much as that amongst those with lesser education

Apple Store, Blinkit strike, Infosys stock collapse: India’s economy in crisis?

Senior journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty analyzes three recent developments in India’s tech space and links them to the larger economic crisis facing India

AI will fail… but not why you think | With Aunindyo Chakravarty

Artificial intelligence tools have been in the news in recent times due to a vast variety of creative tasks they seem capable of. Yet, AI is bound to fail and the reason is one word – Capitalism. Economic analyst and journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty explains the logic

The Startup bubble: How it works | With Aunindyo Chakravarty

Senior journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty analyzes the tech startup bubble and explains how these start-ups raise money, and why it the sector remains one of the last avenues for finance capital to engage in speculation

Will Xi’s visit to Russia mark a change in the world order?

Former Indian ambassador MK Bhadrakumar joins Newsclick’s Prabir Purkayastha to talk about what went down in these talks and the larger implications of Xi’s visit to Russia.

Mutating Viruses: Search for universal vaccine

In this video, we take a look at the possibility of a universal vaccine which can deal with a group of diseases or against a variety of infectious diseases

How startup financing could break your bank | With Aunindyo Chakravarty

The failure of Silicon Valley Bank, and the banking crisis that has spread across the developed world, has raised questions about the entire process of funding tech startups. Senior journalist Aunindyo Chakravarty explains

US bank collapse: How and why the 1% was saved again

Tech expert Bappa Sinha analyzes the latest bank crash in the US, its causes and consequences, and how the 1% always seem to come out on top