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Tens of thousands of Indian farmers set up camp outside Delhi against Modi govt.’s pro-corporate laws

Indian farmers have gathered outside the capital New Delhi in huge numbers demanding the withdrawal of the three laws. Their stand has forced the government to call for early talks

Breaking barricades, braving repression, farmers reach Indian capital Delhi

Tens of thousands of farmers rallied to India capital city New Delhi from the neighboring States, primarily from Haryana and Punjab. Despite everything the govt. threw at them, they marched on

Two days ahead of historic strike, Indian trade unionists and farmers’ leaders arrested

Organizers of the historic general strike said the arrest of 31 leaders of trade unions and farmers’ movements in the State of Haryana would not dampen the protests. Over 200 million workers and hundreds of thousands of farmers will take part in the protest

India gears up for historic workers’ & farmers’ joint protest on Nov 26-27

These are the latest in a wave of protests against the refusal to increase wages, increasing contractualization of workforce, dilution and dismantling of protective labor laws, price rise and unemployment, and other such policies of the Modi govt.

India resists anti-farmer laws

The farmers, under the banner of All India Kisan Coordination Committee, an organization of more than 250 farmers’ groups, said three new laws approved by the govt. would benefit corporates at the cost of their livelihood

Why are Indian farmers protesting Modi’s agriculture bills?

The government passed three bills on agriculture brazenly flouting parliamentary rules and ignoring the protesting farmers across the country.

Workers, farmers give the call to “Save India”

On August 9, trade unions and farmers’ organizations across India will conduct a protest against the Narendra Modi government’s anti-worker policies which have intensified during the lockdown

Dispatches from India: Episode 5: Unemployment soars

In India, migrant workers have been struggling to get home even as farmers try to overcome challenges during harvest. Meanwhile, unemployment rates continue to soar.

We must make sure hunger does not emerge as a bigger killer

We talk to Vijoo Krishnan on the issues being faced by Indian farmers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the steps the government needs to take.

The crimes of Jair Bolsonaro

India has invited Jair Bolsonaro, Brazil’s far-right president, as the guest of honor on its 71st Republic Day.

Battling corporate concentration in agriculture Battling corporate concentration in agriculture

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.

PepsiCo withdraws cases against nine farmers following global outrage

PepsiCo’s decision to sue the nine farmers to the tune of hundreds of thousands of dollars had led to a campaign to boycott its products in the country

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