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Twitter Gives Millions to “Welfare Wing” of India’s RSS Paramilitary

Sewa International gets $2.5 million despite ties to militant Hindu nationalist group Pieter Friedrich Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who on 10 May 2021 announced a $2.5 million donation to Sewa International, must have missed journalist Neha Dixit’s viral tweet, published a week earlier,… Continue Reading →

Horror sinking in, bodies found floating in Ganga

“There are 30-35 bodies floating in Ganga in a spread of over 2 km,” said K K Upadhyay, subdivisional officer (Sadar), who has been asked by the district administration to probe the matter. Ghazipur Covid-19 Deaths With Covid rapidly spreading… Continue Reading →

WHO Declares Covid Mutation Found in India a ‘Variant of Concern’ for Global Health

by Jake Johnson — 05/11/2021 The World Health Organization on Monday classified a coronavirus mutation first detected in India as a “variant of concern” for global health, warning that it appears to be more contagious than other strains. Experts believe the variant, formally known as… Continue Reading →

SKM to probe allegation that farmer leaders were aware of sexual assault of Bengal activist

SKM STANDS WITH THE STRUGGLE FOR JUSTICE FOR OUR MARTYRED WOMAN ACTIVIST. ZERO TOLERANCE FOR ANY HARASSMENT OR VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN. SKM to probe allegation that farmer leaders were aware of sexual assault of Bengal activist NEW DELHI: The Samyukta… Continue Reading →

Mother’s Day Has Deeply Radical Roots

BYLIZA FEATHERSTONE Yes, you should absolutely call your mom today. But you should also know that Mother’s Day isn’t just a holiday for greeting card and chocolate companies to make a buck, but of radical antiwar and feminist organizers.   Mother’s… Continue Reading →

Composer Vanraj Bhatia, who scored Tamas, Manthan, passes away

Bhatia, a leading Indian composer of western music, who also composed for Indian cinema and television, died of age-related health complications in Mumbai on Friday. He was 93. Written by Suanshu Khurana | New Delhi |Updated: May 8, 2021 10:47:03… Continue Reading →

Covid 19 – Profiteering from people’s distress

A steep price Prabhat Patnaik 07.05.21 The Narendra Modi government’s ineptitude (or call it complicity with monopolists’ extortions) knows no limits. In the midst of a terrible pandemic when there is a shortage of vaccines, there are three obvious things… Continue Reading →

Maharashtra – Hospital in Sangli invested in O2 tanks last year, now it’s helping others survive oxygen crisis

Shobita Dhar / May 6, 2021 “I am not worried about my oxygen supply.” Very few hospital managers in India can say this right now. But at Sangli’s Bharati Vidyapeeth hospital and medical college, dean Dr Shahaji Deshmukh can say this because the hospital had the foresight… Continue Reading →

Women Bring a Spring of Hope to the Farmers Movement

Navsharan Singh MAY 7, 2021 “There are more women at the borders now calmly and confidently fighting the state’s war of attrition.” | Karwan-e-Mohabbat Women have been reinforcing the farmers’ protests on Delhi’s borders, right from the beginning. Their experiences… Continue Reading →

‘How Can Modi Be Forgiven?’ India’s COVID-19 Crisis May Be Turning the Middle Class Against the Prime Minister

‘Horrible’ Weeks Forecast for India as the COVID Catastrophe Worsens BY NILANJANA BHOWMICK/NEW DELHIMAY 7, 2021 On April 24 at 3:22 a.m., a doctor in Delhi’s Guru Tegh Bahadur hospital sent an urgent plea via Whatsapp to a colleague. She had just… Continue Reading →

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