Subodh Varma
India workers strike Jan 8 Strike: With 73 million jobless in India, it’s a fight for survival

Workers are striking for more jobs while the Narendra Modi government is busy implementing the far-right wing agenda, refusing to see the huge army of unemployed

As CAA/NRC protests rage, India’s PM Modi talks about $5 trillion economy

This display of hubris shows how far the ruling far-right wing Bharatiya Janata Party and its leadership has become disconnected from the people

RSS Hitler India’s citizenship bill and lessons from Nazi Germany

The recent discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Bill passed by the Indian parliament and the National Register of Citizens associated with it are part of the Hindu nationalist agenda whose proponents have always admired Nazi Germany for its racist policies

India industral code India’s new industrial relations law: a farewell to job security

The new Industrial Relations Code changes forever the security of having a job. Now employees will be at the mercy of employers

Coal workers strike in India Half a million coal workers in India ready for total strike on Sept 24

They are opposing Indian government’s decision to allow foreign companies’ entry into the sector

Indian elections: failure on jobs front will sink Modi government

All the hype about Indian prime minister Narendra Modi’s schemes and ‘nationalism’ will not wash away the pain of joblessness

US mid-term elections Bitterly contested US polls see record levels of spending

An analysis estimates that nearly $5.2 billion is likely to be spent in this election cycle with the Democrats outspending the Republicans. Opinion polls predict a tight race with the Democrats likely to take back the House of Representatives

Hundreds of thousands of protesters to converge on Delhi

Hundreds of thousands of working people – workers, farmers and agricultural workers – are preparing to take part in a historic protest against the Modi govt. on 5 Sept.

The Truth Behind Crackdown on Human Rights Activists

It is an attempt to divert attention from the mounting evidence of terrorist activities by Hindutva supporting Sanathan Sanstha and its associates, and also shielding those behind the Bhima Koregaon violence.

Jury Tells Monsanto to Pay $289 million to Cancer Victim

School grounds-keeper in California developed blood cancer after using Monsanto weed-killer for years.

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