A recent BBC documentary on Indian PM Narendra Modi, which has been censored by the government, is being screened by students’ organizations in various parts of the country
With economic conditions continuing to decline for India’s laboring sections, 2023 is set to see more struggles and strikes both at a local and a national level
The dossier, The People’s Steel Plant and the Fight Against Privatisation in Visakhapatnam, published by Tricontinental: Institute for Social Research, details the inspiring struggle of a people for a steel plant, livelihood, and dignity
India’s tryst with the cattle-killer disease so far has been similar to earlier experiences of outbreaks in the Middle East and Africa. This should worry authorities at home
India’s Environment Ministry has proposed new rules in the country’s Forest Conservation Act. Many are asking if these new rules are meant for forest conservation or forest corporatisation.
Droupadi Murmu was recently elected as India’s first tribal president. However, behind the celebrations lies the reality of how the ruling party has failed to address the issues faced by tribals
The government is ignoring people’s distress and the worsening crisis – and it has no solutions
…… to counter the increasing discontent with joblessness and price rise, and the Indian government’s inability to deal with them
On April 20, communist activists in India physically prevented the demolition of shops in a Muslim-dominated area in New Delhi. The demolition drive had been continuing despite a court order staying it
Workers and farmers are demanding relief from economic distress – and also a complete change in the economic policy of the Modi government.
Today we look at the UCU strike for pay and pensions across UK universities; police killings and impunity in Uttar Pradesh, India; and more
Today we look at the extrajudicial killing of 3 Palestinians in the Occupied West Bank; targeting and harassment of Muslim students in Karnataka, India; and more