Never before has India been so besieged by crises – the pandemic, devastated economy, an eroded constitutional system. But the resistance is swelling up
In this episode of Dispatches from India, we look at arrests by the police in India of people on charges of being involved in the Delhi riots of February
We will also report on the anti-femicide protests in Mexico, and the protests by indigenous peoples in Ecuador.
On December 15, 2019, students of Jamia university and residents from nearby localities had organized a march against the divisive citizenship amendment law passed by the far-right Indian government.
This video is part of the effort by Palestinian BDS National Committee to bring together the campaign for a military embargo against Israel with various struggles against militarism and state repression in the global south.
The 620-km-long human chain was organized in the State of Kerala by the ruling Left Democratic Front led by the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Participants swore to protect the secular characteristic of India
With the far-right Indian government is showing no signs of backing down on divisive Citizenship Amendment Act, the voices of resistance have only grown louder and the list of such protest venues is going on increasing
According to a report on the violence of December 15, the police action was intentionally “aimed at causing maximum damage to the protesters,” most of whom were protesting peacefully
Workers are striking for more jobs while the Narendra Modi government is busy implementing the far-right wing agenda, refusing to see the huge army of unemployed