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Palestine-Israel: Myth and Reality

Prem Singh It would be right to say that Hamas responsible for the genocide of Palestinians being carried out by Israel in the Gaza Strip for the last two weeks. Hamas, which came into existence in 1987, is responsible for… Continue Reading →

Joint statement on the recent Israel-Palestine escalation

IPB/METO/IPPNW October 11, 2023 by IPPNW The International Peace Bureau (IPB), Middle East Treaty Organization (METO), and International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) are deeply concerned over the unprecedented Israeli-Palestinian violent escalation launched in the morning of… Continue Reading →

चश्मे वाला, चरखे वाला या चम्पारण वाला गांधी?

Edited By ,Updated: 03 Oct, 2023 05:14 AM महात्मा गांधी की 154वीं जयंती पर वर्धा के सेवाग्राम में गांधी कुटीर के सामने खड़ा मैं सोचने लगा। किस गांधी को नमन करूं? उस चश्मे वाले संत को जो सरकारी विज्ञापनों के… Continue Reading →

Tamil Nadu: The continuing relevance of Immanuel Sekaran

Posted On September 21, 2023 Last week, the DMK marked the death anniversary of Sekaran, who was murdered in 1957. His death continues to reverberate in contemporary Tamil Nadu, illustrating the divisions between the backward Thevar community and Dalits in… Continue Reading →

Women’s Reservation Bill: How many woman lawmakers does India have in Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, State Assemblies?

The top states with most reservation for women are Tripura, Chattisgarh, West Bengal and Jharkhand. Over 15 states have less than 10 percent Women MLAs. Updated: Sep 19, 2023, The Women’s Reservation Bill, with a chequered three-decade history, is up for… Continue Reading →

PUDR welcomes the release of Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira on bail, but protests onerous bail conditions

By Peoples Union for Democratic Rights People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) welcomes the Supreme Court order granting bail on merits and release of Vernon Gonsalves and Arun Ferreira, two of the accused in the infamous Bhima Koregaon case under… Continue Reading →

Bihar- Spirited ASHA Workers Secure an Encouraging Victory through a Prolonged Strike

August 12th, 2023 marked a historic victory for striking ASHAs (Accredited Social Health Activists) in Bihar with the state government agreeing to increase the monthly payment by Rs. 1,500 per month and providing the payment as ‘honorarium’, instead of ‘reward’… Continue Reading →

Your pen is mightier than the sword!: Manish Azad

‘Your pen is mightier than the sword!’: Manish Azad  September 8, 2023  (0 Comments)  296 Views Manish Azad pens down his experience on the NIA raid and search at their home in Allahabad. Translated from Janchowk by Rajender Singh Negi, New Delhi. On the… Continue Reading →

Women’s organizations remain at the front line of the crisis response in Myanmar

Date: Wednesday, 6 September 2023 A group of women receives cash assistance for their animal husbandry collective from the CERF programme. Illustration based on a photo by UN Women. In Rakhine State, Myanmar, the productive fields are left unharvested. Normally… Continue Reading →

Odisha- Release all arrested villagers and inquire into the kidnapping and release of anti mining Prafulla Samantara

An urgent inquiry be conducted into the kidnapping and then release of Shri Prafulla Samantara –         This is an attack on dissent –         All arrested villagers be released It has been 10 days since Shri Prafulla Samantara, a prominent environmentalist, writer, and… Continue Reading →

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