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How Corporations Won the War on Terror

BY WILLIAM HARTUNG The costs and consequences of America’s twenty-first-century wars have by now been well-documented — a staggering $8 trillion in expenditures and more than 380,000 civilian deaths, as calculated by Brown University’s Costs of War project. The question of who has… Continue Reading →

Human Rights Watch: US Ambassador’s RSS Meet “Troubling” & “Disturbing”

Ambassador Atul Keshap’s meet with RSS’s Mohan Bhagwat “sent a terrible message,” says HRW’s Asia Advocacy Director “Meeting with the head of a paramilitary, ideologically-driven organization that promotes extraordinarily racist and, some might say, even autocratic ideas, is highly troubling,”… Continue Reading →

Urgent Action Appeal – Endorse Asha Workers’ Open letter #mustshare

इस देश की आशा कार्यकर्ता अपनी मांग को लेकर एक साथ आई हैं। The ASHA Workers of India have come together to make these demands. Please read and endorse it, if you agree with us. Also, kindly forward it to… Continue Reading →

Why Alia Bhatt-Manyavar Ad Is not An Assault On Hindu Culture

‘Tradition Wahi, Soch Nayi’:  The Alia Bhatt-Manyavar ad tries to depict the feelings and thoughts a bride experiences while she’s getting married. In no way does it challenge a ritual Image: Manyavar/Screengrab As is known to happen every now and then,… Continue Reading →

Why do I lend my support to voices protesting world class renovation of Gandhi Ashram?

by- Martin Macwan, Counterview In spite of grave ideological differences, both Dr Ambedkar and Gandhi, did not lose respect for one another. It was Dr Ambedkar who set aside all the bitterness on the third day after the Poona pact… Continue Reading →

Bhima Koregaon Case : NIA Court refuses medical bail to four Bhima Koregaon accused

Shoma Sen, Vernon Gonsalves, Gautam Navlakha and Anand Teltumbde had applied for bail. BYSABAH GURMATSEPTEMBER 22, 2021 ON Tuesday, 21 September 2021, a special National Investigation Agency (NIA) court in Mumbai rejected the bail applications filed on behalf of four… Continue Reading →

NAPM mourns the passing away of Com. Laha Gopalan, leader of the Chengara Land Struggle, Kerala

22nd Sep, 2021: National Alliance of People’s Movements (NAPM) is deeply pained at the passing away of Comrade Laha Gopalan (72), one of the most fiery leaders of the Chengara Land struggle, which started in 2007. The struggle exposed the… Continue Reading →

15 years after SC’s order, police reforms languish

Not a single state, nor the Union Territories, is fully compliant with the Directives taken together September 22, 2021, marks 15 years since the Supreme Court of India laid down seven directives on police reforms in its judgment in Prakash Singh and… Continue Reading →

Over 600 citizens condemn raids by ED on the offices of Peace Activist Harsh Mander

OVER 600 ACADEMICS, ADVOCATES, ACTIVISTS, CIVIL SERVANTS, WRITERS, FILM MAKERS, JOURNALISTS, MUSICIANS, ARTISTS and OTHERS CONDEMN THE RAIDS BY THE ENFORCEMENT DIRECTORATE ON THE OFFICES AND PRIVATE HOME OF ONE OF INDIA’S LEADING HUMAN RIGHTS & PEACE ACTIVISTS, HARSH MANDER… Continue Reading →

Open letter to the Prime Minister Modi putting out demands of crores of NREGA workers

To,The Prime Minister of IndiaGovt. of India Date: 21 September 2021 Subject- Demands of crores of NREGA workers  Dear Sir,The COVID 19 pandemic continues to be a serious public health issue with devastating impact on the lives and livelihoods of… Continue Reading →

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