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Dispatches from India: The Pegasus Fallout

In this episode, we take a look at the impact of the revelations of Project Pegasus on Indian politics and society, the travails of a tribal community in the State of Tamil Nadu and the impact of successive lockdowns on the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir

Dispatches from The Congo: The devastating record of the IMF and WB

In this episode of Dispatches from the Congo, Kambale Musavuli talks about the appointment of Malangu Kabedi-Mbuyi as the governor of the central bank and examines the record of the Bretton Woods institutions in the country

Dispatches from India: The Specter of Inequality

We take a look at the nature of inequality in the country, the difficulties faced by displaced slum dwellers in the city of Chennai and the struggles of students in the Ladakh region in the absence of internet connectivity

Dispatches from India: Political Prisoner Stan Swamy dies at 84

In this episode, we take a look at the death political prisoner Father Stan Swamy, prisoner Bashir Ahmad Baba, who spent 11 years in jail before he was acquitted and finally, from the city of Chennai, food delivery workers talk about the issues they face due to the pandemic

Dispatches from India: Questions for the Economy

In this episode, we take a look at the prospects for the Indian economy in the coming months, the stance of the Indian government on COVID-19 vaccines and the situation of doctors in Kashmir

Dispatches from India : Rocky road ahead for the Indian economy

In this episode, we take a look at the controversial Central Vista project that seeks to change the very face of Delhi, the bumpy road ahead for the Indian economy and the vexing question of patents for vaccines

Dispatches from India: The impact of State elections

We take a look at the results of the recent round of elections in India, a report on the impact of successive lockdowns on the LGBTQ and trans communities in Jammu and Kashmir, and look at the implications of Bill Gates’ recent statement on intellectual property rights and vaccines

Dispatches from a India: The Desperate Struggle for Oxygen

We take a look at the issues surrounding oxygen supply in India amid the pandemic, steps India needs to take as the vaccination process continues, and a ground report from Tamil Nadu on the situation of transgenders

Dispatches from the Congo: The rise and rise of Dan Gertler

From officials in the US administration to the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad, Gertler was able to rally powerful allies to speak on his behalf.

Dispatches from India: Farmers lead country-wide shutdown

We take a look at a national shut-down organised by the farmers’ movement and trade unions, protests demanding unemployment and against last year’s labor laws, and the latest in the COVID-19 situation

Dispatches from India: Left Ascendant in Kerala

In this episode we look at the upcoming elections in the States of Kerala and Tamil Nadu and the prospects of the ruling parties. We also take a look at the fate of children from the Rohingya community in Jammu, whose education has been disrupted

Dispatches from the Congo: The truth behind US claims of ISIS presence

Recently, the US declared the rebel group Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) as a terrorist organization in connection with their links to ISIS.

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