The lanes of the Jantar Mantar have now fallen silent. Has the gulf between the authorities and the people widened?
Two students write about what they experienced at a protest in Delhi after the murder of journalist Gauri Lankesh.
Close proximity to Parliament and the presence of a police station nearby made it a perfect place for protests for nearly twenty five years.
Farmers’ leader P. Ayyakkannu said that Subramaniam had “attempted suicide out of frustration as there is no response from governments to their agitation.”
Tadikala Akbar Saleem was released after a magistrate in Chennai called out the absurdity of his arrest.
“The seven killed in Kashmir were only bystanders in the conflict, and we must stand up and demand an end to this politics of hatred.”
The types of reactions to any form of protest reduce a question of justice, which is objective and can potentially be settled, to one of bias and partisanship, which is always subjective and can never be settled.
Ajay Jaiman documents an evening of dissent and solidarity at Jantar Mantar where upwards of 3000 people gathered to protest against the violence against minorities across the country.
In the fifty-sixth episode of Jan Gan Man Ki Baat, Vinod Dua talks about the protest demonstration at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi in support of Bhim Army, and takes stock of the status of public healthcare in India.
As the agitation in Manipur’s hill district crosses its 600th day and eight bodies still await burial, the protesters witnessed their struggle nearly reach a resolution this month, but then suddenly head back into a deadlock.
The farmers have called off their 40-day agitation after chief minister Palaniswami promised to meet their demands but say they will resume protesting if Palaniswami doesn’t meet their demands.
Farmers from Tamil Nadu are protesting at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi against state apathy towards their concerns.
With the BJP trying to make inroads into the state, a tough balancing act lies ahead for the Centre and North East Democratic Alliance too.
Congress reiterated its demand for a Supreme Court-monitored probe into the irregularities in the AgustaWestland helicopter deal.
On a 125-day journey across India, ‘Bhim Yatra’ has been highlighting the poor implementation of the Anti-manual Scavenging Act in the country.