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Breaking the Collective – Notes from Jantar Mantar & Koodankulam #womenrights #Vaw

JANUARY 11, 2013 tags: Anti-Nuclear Protests, Delhi Gang Rape, Delhi protests, Jantar Mantar, koodankulam, public space, state repression by Shuddhabrata Sengupta Guest Post by Vivek Vellanki, kafila.org The death of the young girl brought incommensurable grief for the ‘Indian’ people. A national angst ensued with divergent voices seeking… Continue Reading →

In India, Solar Ambitions Are Suddenly Outsize

  By DAVID FERRIS After years of lagging behind China and the West in the adoption of solar power, some states in India are proposing to build solar farms at a galloping pace that leaves them at risk of falling short… Continue Reading →

Healthcare Models in the Era of Medical Neo-liberalism #mustread

A Study of Aarogyasri in Andhra Pradesh, EPW By-N Purendra Prasad ([email protected]) teaches at the department of sociology, University of Hyderabad and P Raghavendra ([email protected]) is a research scholar in the department of sociology, University of Hyderabad. The experiment in restructuring the healthcare… Continue Reading →

Resizing the State- What if the Indian state is actually not big enough?

By MILAN VAISHNAV | October 1, 2012 MAHESH KUMAR A / AP PHOTO Although India can conduct elections for more than 750 million people, the state’s ability to deliver services remains lacking. IT IS SOMETHING OF AN UNDERSTATEMENT to say that the state of… Continue Reading →

Condemn Strongly the Brutal Assault of Masarat Alam and Mushtaq ul Islam in the Jail in Udhampur!

COMMITTEE FOR THE RELEASE OF POLITICAL PRISONERS 185/3, FOURTH FLOOR, ZAKIR NAGAR, NEW DELHI-110025      Contact: [email protected] Date: 01/10/2012 The Conditions of Prisons in the region of Jammu are Abysmal and Inhuman especially for Kashmiri Muslim Prisoners!   The CRPP strongly… Continue Reading →

Tribal weapons ban in Indian state of #Chhattisgarh

  By Salman RaviBBC News, Raipur Chhattisgarh is a hotbed of India’s Maoist insurrection Tribal or indigenous people in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh are to be banned from carrying traditional weapons such as sickles, axes and bows and… Continue Reading →

India woman leaves home for lack of toilet

  BBC 14th Feb,2012 A newlywed woman in a village in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has won her struggle to have a toilet at her husband’s home. Anita Narre left husband Shivram’s home two days after her marriage… Continue Reading →

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