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Day June 19, 2021

“Media misreported my ordeal to defame farmers’ movement”: Tikri sexual-harassment survivor

JATINDER KAUR TUR19 June 2021 “Their only objective is to defame the protest and their sympathy with me or protesting women is totally fake,” a survivor of sexual harassment said of the media houses that reported on her ordeal at… Continue Reading →

Tribal Villagers in Chhattisgarh Continue Month-Long Protest Against India’s Security Forces

by Alisha Rahaman Sarkar  Given the constant state of conflict between the insurgents and security personnel, the villagers in Bastar have started to become hostile towards the government’s troops. The locals fear that the government’s bid to increase security in the… Continue Reading →

Supreme Court verdict turns to be the downfall of Khori

Struggle for Right to Life, Housing and Rehabilitation of 1 lakh people continues.. New Delhi, 18 June,2021: The 50 year old secular Khori village, near Surajkund tourist spot (Faridabad, Harayana), inhabited by various sections is on the verge of being uprooted… Continue Reading →

Why Adani group companies have little analyst coverage

Adani Green Energy — zero coverage. Adani Enterprises and Adani Total Gas — tracked by two brokerages. The only exception is Adani Ports. So what gives? ASHISH RUKHAIYARJUNE 18, 2021 / 01:07 PM IST One of the upshots of the recent tumble… Continue Reading →

Spike in Child Marriages During the Pandemic

by- Shireen Jejeebhoy The worsening of poverty during the pandemic may well have led to a worrying spurt in marriages of girl children in India. The information available indicates that has happened, pushing back the progress of recent decades in… Continue Reading →

Phillipines -The life and struggle of peasant hero Joseph Canlas

A death heavier than Mount Arayat The death of Jose ‘Joseph’ Canlas is heavier than Mount Arayat. His contribution to the peasant movement and the struggle for national democracy is as monumental as the abode of Kapampangan goddess Maria Sinukuan. … Continue Reading →

Punjab Protests on arrests of intellectuals and social activists

by- Harsh Thakor A most encouraging phenomena has emerged in Punjab in the last week with 4 most qualitative protests engulfing Punjab  in Bathinda , Amritsar ,Sangrur  and Nawanshahr against the detention of the intellectuals fabricated as Maoists. The speakers… Continue Reading →

The Woman Who Was Not Afraid of Being “Unfeminine”: A Friend’s Tribute to Sharmistha Choudhury

by Nandini Dhar * Communists have their own mortuary rituals. The customary final red salute, the corpse wrapped in the red flag, the slogans and the final farewell with the Internationale – the communist death is a colourful and noisy… Continue Reading →

Assam- Fertility rates and targeted birth control of Muslims

By- Vaidehi Gautam Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma has been under the heat of criticism since the past week when he called for the states “immigrant muslim” population to practice birth control and family planning in order to prevent further… Continue Reading →

Milkha Singh, “The Flying Sikh”, Dies At 91 Due To Post-Covid Complications

Legendary sprinter Milkha Singh died on Friday due to post-Covid complications at the age of 91. Highlights Legendary sprinter Milkha Singh died on June 18 He died due to post-Covid complications Prime Minister Narendra Modi paid tribute to the ‘Flying… Continue Reading →

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