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Farmers’ demonstration on the borders of Delhi on June 13

12-06-2021 The Indian Kisan Union will hold a rally on June 13 demanding the immediate release of intellectuals and democratic rights activists who have been mopped up by the Center for illegal cases. The rally will be organized by the Indian… Continue Reading →

Prison Baby Revisits Jails to Support Incarcerated

By Deborah Jiang Stein WeNews guest author Sunday, March 16, 2014 Deborah Jiang Stein was born in prison and now she’s back in a new role. “The women feel safe telling their stories in this circle. A corner of their… Continue Reading →

The Science of Solitary Confinement

    By Joseph Stromberg Source: smithsonianmag.com  February 25, 2014   Picture MetLife Stadium, the New Jersey venue that hosted the Super Bowl earlier this month. It seats 82,556 people in total, making it the largest stadium in the NFL. Imagine… Continue Reading →

Tarun Tejpal using Mobile in Jail ?

Mobile Phone Seized From Tarun Tejpal in Jail By IndiaTimes | February 24, 2014, 11:22 am IST   PANAJI: Jail authorities seized nine mobile phones, including one from the cell of Tehelka founder editor Tarun Tejpal, during an inspection at the Sada sub-jail… Continue Reading →

#India – 40 Narmada Adivasi Oustees in Jail since 4 days #WTFnews

Demand Unconditional Release : Announce intense struggle   Hundreds storm offices of Collector and SP, Alirajpur   Condemn Illegal Eviction from 2.5 year old Jobat Zameen Hak Satyagraha   8th January: Hundreds of adivasis and farmers, representing a large number of oustees… Continue Reading →

#India – This isn’t bail, we are still living in jail, ‘exiled’ in Delhi- says Soni Sori

Ashutosh Bhardwaj : Newdelhi | Thu Dec 26 2013 Soni Sori with nephew Lingaram Kodapi in Delhi. IE Away from their forested home in Dantewada, two alleged Maoists are living in exile in a crowded lane in Delhi. Barred from entering… Continue Reading →

Pakistani fishermen in Indian jails to be free soon #goodnews

Mahesh Trivedi / 22 December 2013 Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh has said that efforts would be made to release the 200-odd Pakistani fishermen lodged in jails in India, mostly in Gujarat, at the earliest.  Dr Manmohan Singh, however,… Continue Reading →

PRESS RELEASE – 1 of 148 Maruti Suzuki workers arrested gets bail after 11months

Imaan Khan, Provisional Working Committee member, Maruti Suzuki Workers Union, got bail in a ruling by the Punjab&Haryana High Court  yesterday. He is the only one among 149 arrested workers who has received bail since 18 July 2012, given the… Continue Reading →

#India – Anti-Posco leader Abhaya Sahoo released from jail in Odisha #goodnews

  Anti-Posco leader released from jail TNN | Dec 1, 2013, 01 KENDRAPADA: Anti-land acquisition leader and president of Posco Pratirodh Sangram Samiti(PPSS) Abhay Sahoo was released on Saturday, after six months of imprisonment. On Friday, the Orissa high court granted him bail…. Continue Reading →

A short publication history of Bhagat Singh’s Jail Diary

Vol – XLVIII No. 42, October 19, 2013 | Chaman Lal, EPW A biographer of Bhagat Singh and a chronicler of his works, writes about the publication history of Bhagat Singh’s “Jail Notebook”. This article is being published, when reports have talked… Continue Reading →

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