by Soumya Tejas
Is convenience becoming our enemy? We have recently heard a lot about how corporations and governments have been abusing our lack of alertness and desire for convenience to store and mine user data. We have also seen cases of the government using corporates,
by Sristy Agrawal, Rajashik Tarafder and Bedabrata Pain
This piece was published in The Wire to argue the case for a Ghadar Meet with some member organizations. It has been reproduced here with Wire’s permission.
Prashant Bhushan’s conviction by the Supreme Court of India for contempt of
by Jaspal Singh
The following is a foreword for this edition of Ghadar by the author to his piece on the History of the Ghadar Movement published twenty years ago, and why it remains relevant today.
We live in a period of transition. Like all periods of
In this episode, we talk about political prisoners in India. Dissent in India is seen as an "act of treason" by both the government and the propaganda fed public. This has created a crisis in the form of indiscriminate arrest of dissenters all over the
Congratulations on our collective victory for #PeoplesVaccine . The US stand on IP Waiver comes on the back of a big collective movement led by many people of conscience and from marginalized communities all over the world. Here is our very own Hasan Bhai (Khan
WASHINGTON – United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai today released a statement announcing the Biden-Harris Administration’s support for waiving intellectual property protections for COVID-19 vaccines.
“This is a global health crisis, and the extraordinary circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic call for extraordinary measures. The Administration believes
From the https://theworldiswatchingindia.com/
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In this teaser for the upcoming podcast Hindu Muslim High High, Meraj and Prerna talk (and banter) about (pop) culture and politics of and about the Indian diaspora.
Over the last several years, there has been a tectonic shift as India moves from a more "progressive"