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#Healthforall campaign for Healthcare as a fundamental right

A week after returning from jail, on 8th October 2020, Dr Kafeel Khan relaunched his campaign demanding free, accessible and good healthcare for all...

Factory blast in Gujarat exposes Govt cruelty towards workers

In Ahmedabad, a major blast in a chemical boiler factory killed 12 people, including five women, and injured nine others. Such incidents have become...

Health, Education and jobs are Election issues, not Caste. Could this...

Bihar elections have become interesting. This is not because Tejasvi´s mahagathbandhan is in a strong position to defeat Nitish Kumar led NDA. This is...

After Railway Employees put strike notice, Govt finally announces bonus

Since 2018, the Modi Government has been slowly privatising the Indian railways and in July began inviting Request for Qualifications (RFQ) to private players...

Chileans urge citizens to reject dictatorial constitution

A week before Chileans vote in a referendum to replace their constitution, and on the anniversary of the 2019 protests which led...

Ordnance Workers Fight Back Against Corporatization!

All the unions and federations of the 41 ordnance factories of India have given notice for indefinite strike against corporatization from 12th October. Earlier...

After a day of darkness, UP finally postpones discom privatisation plan

After 15 Lakh power employees boycotted work for a full day on October 5th, the Yogi Adityanath Government in Uttar Pradesh decided...

After Railways, Privatisation of Power Companies; Many to Lose Jobs

“The SBDs literally sound the death knell for State discoms since private players will take over all the assets without liabilities,” TEEA...

The Social Dilemma: Corporate Interests in a Radical’s Clothing

Recently, the Netflix film The Social Dilemma received great attention and positive reviews because of its critique of mechanisms developed to monopolise user attention...

Private Companies Can Set Their Own Train Fares With No Limits

Private companies who start operating train services will be allowed to set their own passenger fares by the Indian Government. There will be no...

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