Despite an order by India’s top court, power companies do not seem to be interested in saving the critically endangered bird
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
The Ahmedabad Civil Hospital has reportedly arranged separate wards for Hindu and Muslim suspects of the infection. The hospital authorities have cited government orders as justification for the move, according to media reports
In the first half of 2019, at least 22 workers, mostly from the Dalit communities, were killed while cleaning sewers.
In an interview with NewsClick’s editor-in-chief Prabir Purkayastha, eminent economist Prabhat Patnaik talks about Gujarat and Kerala growth models in India, which reflect the right vs left wing ideas of development.
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