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The ABVP attack on FTII students has only strengthened our resolve #KrantiFest

Sahana Manjesh On August 27, 2013  I had an elaborate post as a follow-up to the previous one. But events that have unfolded in Pune in the past few days have compelled me to write this one instead. Kranti is being set up by… Continue Reading →

FTII attack – the larger student movement against right wing elements #mustshare

  Five students of the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) were attacked in the premises of the National Film Archives of India (NFAI) Pune on Wednesday, 21 August by the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP). The attack took… Continue Reading →

Striking work in Maharashtra could land you in jail , Unions on warpath, to protest strike ban

  Sanjeev Shivadekar, TNN | Aug 3, 2012, 11.59PM IST Instigating, financing or even participating in an illegal strike could land a person in jail in Maharashtra. MUMBAI: Instigating, financing or even participating in an illegal strike could land a person in… Continue Reading →

A Stick Called 124(A) The State finds a handy tool in a colonial law to quell dissent

Outlokk-National Magazine | Jul 02, 2012   Sentenced Seema and her husband Vijay being taken to jail sedition law: misuse Panini Anand, Debarshi Dasgupta Wrong Arm Of The Law Why ‘sedition’ rings hollow in India 2012 The law Section 124(A)… Continue Reading →

Leaked Document Shows NYPD Infiltrated, Spied On Leftist Groups

 By Kristen Gwynne | Sourced from AlterNet The Associated Press has obtained another document detailing the New York Police Department‘s (NYPD) spying, this time on liberal political groups. Documents and interviews obtained by the AP show that undercover NYPD officers attended meetings run by… Continue Reading →

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