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Azaadi Ki Justajoo: Natasha & Devangana’s Family & Friends Come Together In Grief & Dissent

by : Isheeta Sharma & Vaidehi Gautam* “Once a people arise, they never go away.” -James Baldwin To mark over a year of the unlawful incarceration of Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal under the draconian UAPA, Kalita and Narwal’s friends,… Continue Reading →

Aruna Roy to Modi: When governments don’t listen, unrest follows

by Pallavi Polanki  Jun 16, 2014 The Intelligence Bureau’s controversial report on the “negative impact” of foreign-funded NGOs on India’s economy has drawn the ire of activists and civil society groups who have called it an attempt to thwart dissent and crush… Continue Reading →

Polinomics: Dissent is now a crime in India #WTFnews

 17 Jun 2014 – 00:00 Paranjoy Guha Thakurta [1] The IB report appears to have been deliberately leaked with a specific purpose — to create an atmosphere that would encourage some in the government to come down hard on dissenters and… Continue Reading →

Is Intelligence Bureau targetting NGOs that could oppose Narendra Modi?

Saturday, 14 June 2014 – 2:35pm IST | Agency: DNA Parth MN    Image for representational purposes only. RNA Research & Archives India’s Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi seem to have one thing in common: both have high regard for Modi. Modi,… Continue Reading →

#India – Hindu nationalists are gaining powerand silencing enemies along the way

Should the West be worried, asks Sunny Hundal SUNNY HUNDAL Wednesday 26 February 2014 When Penguin abruptly accepted defeat in an Indian court and withdrew a controversial book a fortnight ago, the backlash was so ferocious it took almost everyone… Continue Reading →

FBI Manipulates Grand Juries to Intimidate Political Dissidents and Radicals #Wtfnews

Grand juries have seen a resurgence as the FBI cracks down on radical communities. October 9, 2013  | From the narrow windows of New York’s Metropolitan Correctional Center, 24-year-old anarchist Jerry Koch can see the last place he stood as a… Continue Reading →

#India – Can you join Kranti (Revolution) – to reclaim the Culture of Dissent #mustshare

Kranti is a loosely co-ordinated student platform that was originally started by a few students from NLSIU Bangalore. As of now, we have students from Cuttack, Mysore, Bombay, Pune and Kolkata who are pitching in to organize film screenings and… Continue Reading →

#India – Youth grasp reigns of revolution

 Place: Bangalore | Agency: DNA Malavika Velayanikal Urban youngsters are getting acquainted with people’s mutinies across India. Youngsters in rap attention at one of the earlier interactive sessions organised in the city. Here is news for all those who thought… Continue Reading →

#India- Expanding space for dissent #FOE

Anil Gupta | Agency: DNA | Sunday, December 16, 2012 Paradoxically, many of the social forces which derive strength from the grassroots are becoming intolerant of dissent and diversity of opinion at grassroots in different parts of the country. On… Continue Reading →

Stand up for the Tibet Pledge #mustread #mustshare

  15 August 2012 Dear Friends, This is a crucial moment. Please help us to double support for Stand Up for Tibet. One year ago 29-year old monk Tsewang Norbu set light to himself and died in Tawu, eastern Tibet…. Continue Reading →

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