On April 5, 100,000 workers, farmers, and agricultural workers held a unity rally in Delhi in rejection of the pro-corporate, anti-poor policies and sectarian politics of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party
Tens of thousands of workers, farmers and agricultural workers marched into New Delhi against the anti-people policies of the Narendra Modi government. They are calling for policies to control inflation and the scrapping of labor laws, among other demands
They walked demanding the government address the problems being faced by the farmers and workers of the state of the Maharashtra. A key demand was remunerative prices for onion crops
Thousands of farmers took part in a long march in the Indian State of Maharashtra forcing the government to accept their demands, including an increase in subsidies and loan waivers. The march was led by the left-wing All India Kisan Sabha
What drove India to take this drastic step and what is the way forward in terms of addressing the crisis of Indian agriculture and manufacturing?
India is experiencing water scarcity as it has never encountered before and according to reports, the future is looking no better.
What are some of the challenges faced by women in agriculture in India? What are the possible ways out of the agrarian crisis, that is hurting women farmers and agricultural workers the hardest?
A recent two-day symposium examined key issues in Indian agriculture today, including increasing corporate control over different aspects of the sector, land grabs and the use of different trade agreements to capture and rig markets in the global south.
In a major victory for the farmers, the state government gave written assurance accepting all the fifteen demands put forward, including one to increase land parcels in forest zones
Over 80,000 farmers are taking part in the second Kisan Long March that began on February 20. The march was launched after the State government failed to honor any of the promises it made following the first march in 2018
Farmers are protesting against the banks’ practice of demanding blank checks from farmers for disbursal of loans, which is often used to incarcerate them when a loan payment fails
Almost 220 lakh tons of onion crops have flooded the market, which is around 40 lakh tons more than the country’s consumption capacity. The government was too late in hiking export subsidies