In the nineteenth episode of Jan Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the rumours in mainstream media regarding a fatwa on Nahid Afreen and the law ministry’s own TV channel.
The noted economist says the government notification making Aadhaar mandatory for mid-day meals is illegal and will cause disruption.
More than a thousand students marched in north campus to protest against the recent violence by members and supporters of ABVP, the student wing of the BJP.
As Punjab goes to polls in a few days, we travel to the Malwa region of the state to speak to small and marginal farmers and families of those who have committed suicide
The Wire spoke to one of the leading arthiyas in the Sangrur grain market about their role in the farmers’ debt crisis, institutional alternatives and the election promises being bandied about.
Jagdalpur Legal Aid Group member, Shalini Gera, speaks to The Wire about the human rights situation in Bastar and how activists are being targeted.
The national president of Swaraj India discusses the Sahara-Birla diaries, funding of political parties and how demonetisation has wrecked the rural economy in the last 50 days.
Contrary to global trends, economic growth in India has not led to more women joining the labour market. The International Labour Organization’s Sher Singh Verick attempts to examine the reasons behind it.
Immanuel Ness discusses trade unions and labour laws in India, social relations between labour and capital in the global south, merits of spontaneity in workers’ agitations, and much more.
A group of journalists in Delhi condemned the “press gag” in Kashmir, and warned against the fallouts of censoring credible news sources.
Employees cry foul as management fails to clear three months’ salaries despite repeated assurances. More than 20 staff members were not allowed to enter the office. Senior editorial staff also allege they were asked to go soft on BJP and right wing fringe elements.