Kerala
Growing xenophobia against China in the midst of corona-shock

Violent attacks against Asians in the United States has spiked as a consequence of the stigma driven by the Trump administration

India covid India’s failed lockdown: devastating the poor, weakening the fight against COVID-19

A large-scale migration of people during the lockdown will only spread infections rapidly across the country. Meanwhile, food and other supplies are drying up as supply chains are slowly coming apart under pressure.

How is Kerala tackling the Coronavirus pandemic?

The southern state in India is one of the few regions in the world which proactively responded to the COVID-19 threat.

An often overlooked region of India is a beacon to the world for taking on the Coronavirus

The Southern Indian state of Kerala has led the way in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic enacting key public health measures as well as economic and social measures to protect the population

7 million people take part in human chain against India’s divisive citizenship law

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

Punnapra-Vayalar Uprising Kerala India A Tribute: Punnapra-Vayalar uprising of October 1946

Workers’ agitations led by communist trade unions for labour rights during that period had culminated in a massive rebellion against the tyrannical rule of the King and his Diwan (Prime Minister), C. P. Ramaswami Iyer.

Left wing vs Right wing development models: the Indian experience

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.

Women's wall Kerala Kerala’s one-two punch leaves misogynist right wing reeling

A day after over 3 million women formed a massive ‘wall’ in support of their rights and against misogyny, two women entered the Sabarimala shrine, following a Supreme Court verdict striking down a tradition that prohibited women in the 10-50 age group from entry

A scholar, and a society, take the fight to the right in Kerala

The office of radical scholar and critic Sunil P. Elayidom was attacked on Wednesday, most likely due to his support of the entry of women of all ages to the Sabarimala temple in Kerala. However, he and progressive sections in Kerala are determined to continue the resistance to hate and misogyny

Kerala Floods: How the Common People Saved the State

The fishing community, civilians, and the state government together have been able to control a situation which could have led to much heavier losses of life and property.

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