Hours after the Student Solidarity March saw thousands hitting streets across 50 locations in Pakistan, nearly 300 unidentified students were charged with sedition by Lahore police. One of the participants was also arrested on December 1
The construction will move ahead after the demolition of a Palestinian wholesale fruits and vegetables market in Hebron, which has been closed down by the Israeli army since 1994
Prime minister Adel Abdul Mahdi resigned after over 60 protesters were killed by security forces in three days. Popular protests have rocked Iraq for over two months now
16-year-old Fahd al-Astal was shot by Israeli forces in the stomach as he was protesting along the Israel-Gaza border fence
The new Industrial Relations Code changes forever the security of having a job. Now employees will be at the mercy of employers
The remarks by the consul general of India in New York, Sandeep Chakravorty, come at a time when there is growing ideological and political convergence between the Hindutva regime in India and the Zionist regime in Israel
At the heart of the #FeesMustFall protests is one global problem: the cost of higher education. These protests highlight the debate as to whether education is a right or a privilege.
The critics of this system point out that it legitimises the role of big money in elections and destroys any possibility of transparency in political funding.
Students in more than 40 cities across Pakistan mobilized to demand the repeal of the ban on student unions and against privatization
Professor Satyajit Rath talks about how under right-wing governments, the focus has shifted from science that empowers people to marketable science.
Thousands of Palestinians participated in protests across the Israeli occupied West Bank and Gaza on Tuesday, 26 November.
The 283-km long march has been called by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) with the slogan “Save Public Sector”, against the government’s ongoing spree of selling and privatizing public sector undertakings