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Day February 26, 2021

Open Letter To Prime Minister Modi On The Sale Of Visakhapatnam Steel Plant

by E A S Sarma — February 26, 2021 To Shri Narendra D ModiPrime Minister of India Dear Shri Modiji, I write this letter to express my anguish as a concerned citizen of north Andhra Pradesh at the decision taken by the Central… Continue Reading →

Torture, Belief & A Love Letter: Khalid Saifi’s Year In Jail

One year since his incarceration, a man who campaigned against hate crime is defending himself in three cases, including the Delhi riots conspiracy case, which invoked India’s anti-terror law. In one bail order, the judge highlighted the “vindictiveness” of the… Continue Reading →

Denying right to choose spouse based on caste is a violation of fundamental rights: Himachal HC

Emphasising the right of a woman to exercise her agency while choosing a spouse, the Himachal High Court said that “a girl is not cattle.” It recognised that the constitution prohibits discrimination based on caste and doing so is a… Continue Reading →

Japan appoints ‘minister of loneliness’ to help people home alone

Rise in suicides pushes Suga to tackle issue as major COVID challenge The pandemic has been particularly isolating for Japan’s older population, who are not used to communicating online.SHOGO KODAMA, N TOKYO — Telework and the lack of social gatherings during Japan’s fight… Continue Reading →

105-year-old Pappammal , pioneer woman farmer honored with Padma Shri

A hands-on farmer from a young age, unlettered Pappammal has been at equal ease in her farm and in scientific discussions, and a proponent of sustainable and modern farm practices George Rajasekaran Feb 26, 2021 Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu On January… Continue Reading →

Healthcare workers in solidarity with farmers agitation

In Solidarity  Sweta Dash In early November 2020, Delhi witnessed its highest number of daily COVID-19 cases, prompting the Chief Minister to declare it the third wave. A Hindu festival, high levels of pollution and the winter season were seen to… Continue Reading →

The Seven Factors That Make the Current Farmers Struggle Historic

No class divide  The unprecedented Kisan struggle that began on November 26, 2020, has been the largest, the longest and the most powerful nationwide farmers’ struggle in the history of Independent India. This struggle has several distinctive features. First, it… Continue Reading →

Sign Petition to #SaveNittaya from being jailed because of Thailand’s Unfair Forest Reclamation Policy

Defending our land is NOT A CRIME!” And yet, 14 villagers of Sab Wai village, Thailand, have been unfairly convicted of trespassing, utilizing, and clearing land in Sai Thong national park, a land on which they have been living for generations, making their… Continue Reading →

Imagining Palestine: On Barghouti, Darwish, Kanafani and the Language of Exile

By Ramzy Baroud For Palestinians, exile is not simply the physical act of being removed from their homes and their inability to return. It is not a casual topic pertaining to politics and international law, either. Nor is it an… Continue Reading →

Protest letter- Stop Expansion of Kulda Mines in Odisha

Thursday, February 25, 2021  Halt the Expansion of the Kulda Mines, Odisha; Safeguard the Land and Livelihoods of Adivasis and Ensure Compliance with Environmental Norms. India’s civil rights network, National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM), along with more than 400… Continue Reading →

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