The new Industrial Relations Code changes forever the security of having a job. Now employees will be at the mercy of employers
The remarks by the consul general of India in New York, Sandeep Chakravorty, come at a time when there is growing ideological and political convergence between the Hindutva regime in India and the Zionist regime in Israel
At the heart of the #FeesMustFall protests is one global problem: the cost of higher education. These protests highlight the debate as to whether education is a right or a privilege.
The critics of this system point out that it legitimises the role of big money in elections and destroys any possibility of transparency in political funding.
Professor Satyajit Rath talks about how under right-wing governments, the focus has shifted from science that empowers people to marketable science.
The 283-km long march has been called by the Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) with the slogan “Save Public Sector”, against the government’s ongoing spree of selling and privatizing public sector undertakings
In a rare example of unity, the support for JNU students also came from the students of private institutions like Ashoka University and O P Jindal University who marched with their counterparts
In order to make all public institutions of higher learning and research absolutely free, the government has to pay hardly 1% of GDP (i.e. less than Rs 2 lakh crore or USD 30.76 billion)
Peoples Dispatch talk to president of New Delhi based Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) students’ union, Aishe Ghosh about the struggle against fees hike.
Replies in India’s parliament by two ministers ducked the question whether a government agency used the spyware Pegasus to hack citizens phones
Despite massive police violence on Monday, more than 3,000 students and teachers of the New Delhi-based Jawaharlal Nehru University marched to the Indian parliament against the hostel fee hike and demanded free education for all.
Students of Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi were baton charged and detained as they marched to parliament demanding the complete roll back of a massive fee hike