Three years ago, on August 5, 2019, the Indian government revoked the special status that had been granted to the former state of Jammu and Kashmir. What is the situation today?
Today we look at the growing violence against anti-coup protestors in Sudan, the killing of at least 2 civilians in a firing in Kashmir, and more
Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad issue a statement following the abrupt cancellation of the dialogue that was scheduled to be held as part of the Mumbai (Tata) Lit Fest on Friday
Three men were killed by security forces in Shopian district of Kashmir on July 18. A few days ago, their pictures appeared on social media and were identified by their family members who said they were laborers who were searching for jobs
In Kashmir, the contingent paid workers (CPWs) associated with the Department of Education have been waiting to get their basic salary for the last three years.
Anything which distracts us from what needs to be done to mitigate the suffering of India’s overworked and underpaid working class, is not worth pursuing
We also take a look at the issues faced by disabled people during the lockdown and how journalists are facing the ‘double lockdown’ in Kashmir.
According to survivors, more than 250 people were killed in the firing.
The remarks by the consul general of India in New York, Sandeep Chakravorty, come at a time when there is growing ideological and political convergence between the Hindutva regime in India and the Zionist regime in Israel
We also report on the issue of wage hike raised by South African security guard unions.
It has been 60 days since the Indian government abrogated Kashmir’s special status and took away its statehood.