Thousands of workers, from both organised and unorganised sectors, gathered for the All India General Strike (8-9 January) in New Delhi to protest against the reforms in labour law made by the current ruling BJP government.
Dignity March is a platform for the survivors to tell their stories in their own voice, to represent their own narratives.
Women's Wall have brought to light the vast history of Kerala's reformist movements like never before and conversations are occurring in the language of struggle for social justice and women's liberation.
The question is, is the Women's Wall just a form of tokenism then? Is it possible create a change in ideas within a single day?
On 23rd December, thousands of people participated in the Periyar rally by marching on the streets of Trichy against the growing fascism and casteism in the state.
At the end of another year, it’s time to shine the spotlight on some gutsy women journalists.
Will the system which has failed to provide employment, quality education, and has miserably failed in assuring even basic human rights, also keep stopping Muslim women to even appear in higher exams by banning hijabs?
Kamal Nath was seen directing the crowd and was spotted near the area of attacks in spite of which Nath has denied any role in the 1984 anti-Sikh riots.
The 'Kisan Mukti March', organised by All India Kisan Sabha and left political parties was a two-day gathering of thousands of farmers from all across the nation in the national capital.
The renewed race of giant statue announcements following the Statue of Unity reveals a deeply gendered politics upon which such exercises rest.