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Political economy of COVID-19 Vaccine shortages in India

BYRAVI DUGGALAPRIL 10, 2021 Analysing the data for COVID-19 prevalence rates, relative population sizes and vaccine coverage across Indian states, RAVI DUGGAL explains why India needs a better and more scientific vaccine disbursal policy, and how to rampantly boost our vaccine production… Continue Reading →

Kasturba Gandhi Birth Anniversary: Lesser-known facts you ought to know

She was involved in the Indian Independence movement in British-ruled India along with her husband and son. Kasturba Gandhi was an Indian political activist born on 11 April 1869. She married Mohandas Gandhi a.k.a Mahatma Gandhi in 1883. She was… Continue Reading →

Politicians Banned In Bengal District After Clashes, Phase 5 Campaign Cut

West Bengal Assembly Election 2021: Political leaders have been banned from entering Bengal’s Cooch Behar district for 3 days after the poll violence. All IndiaReported by Arvind Gunasekar, Monideepa Banerjie, West Bengal: Security personnel keep vigil at a polling station in Cooch… Continue Reading →

Who runs Kreately? – Alt News investigates the factory of hate and misinformation

PRATIK SINHA & POOJA CHAUDHURI A popular method used to gift-wrap disinformation and hate in illusions of the truth is the creation of dubious websites that pose as ‘news’ outlets. One such venture that has gained substantial social media clout in the… Continue Reading →

Sedition Case Filed Against 2 Groups for Teaching Patna Street Kids About CAA, NRC

The case was registered after the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) took suo motu cognizance of the matter, dating back to the passage of the CAA in Parliament in December 2019. Written by Santosh Singh | Patna |Updated: April… Continue Reading →

How the Adani Group is poised to control the agricultural market following the farm laws

Hartosh Singh Bal In the cover story of The Caravan’s March 2021 issue, “Mandi, Market and Modi,” Hartosh Singh Bal reported about the Indian government’s efforts to remake India’s agricultural economy for large private players. In the following excerpt from the… Continue Reading →

Reminiscing Kashmir human rights lawyer, ‘killed’ 25 yrs ago by Indian army fugitive

By Dr Ghulam Nabi Fai* Accused of murdering human rights lawyer Jalil Andrabi, who was chairman of the Kashmir Commission of Jurists, exactly 25 years ago, it became a big news when a former Indian major, Avtar Singh, was found dead after he… Continue Reading →

Varanasi court verdict on physical survey of Gyanvapi mosque ‘violates’ Ayodhya verdict

The Popular Front of India, a civil rights network, has said that the Varanasi district court order directing the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) to carry out a “physical survey” of the Gyanvapi mosque is a “clear case of abetting the Sangh… Continue Reading →

Over 300 writers, intellectuals in Pakistan condemn hate speech against humanist writer, partition critic Amar Jaleel

by Sankar Ray, April 9, 2021 In response to an outpouring of threats of violence by reactionary elements in Pakistan against writer Amar Jaleel after an old video of him reciting one of his short stories went viral for being… Continue Reading →

Government of India botches up COVID-19 response again

byPrakash KaratApril 9, 2021 As India grapples with a second nation-wide COVID-19 infection wave, PRAKASH KARAT writes about how the Union Government has failed to devise a diligent response even after one full year of dealing with the pandemic and provides recommendations… Continue Reading →

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