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More than 500 Film Makers, Writers, Artists and Activists Demand Release of Deba Ranjan Sarangi

  More than 500 Renowned film makers, writers ,artistes  and activists have demanded the immediate release of Deba Ranjan Sarangi who was suddenly picked up on the morning of March 18 in Odisha . Some of them are  Nayantara Sehgal… Continue Reading →

WSS Statement in support of student protests at the University of Hyderabad

Women Against Sexual Violence And State Repression (WSS) WSS strongly condemns the brutal police action against the students of the University of Hyderabad. The students, who were exercising their democratic right to protest, were lathi-charged, beaten and manhandled and women… Continue Reading →

#UoH student arrests – First hand account from Cherlapally central jail

    Vaikhari Aryat Just got back from Cherlappally central jail with Vyjayanti Vasanta Mogli, Prameela Kp Salman and Pramod, with an aching and exhausted body from all the non stop running around, panic, distress, sleeplessness and endless discussions and… Continue Reading →

The Black Bharat Mata and the Nationalism of Sedition

BY KAREN GABRIEL AND P K VIJAYAN What we need is a full national symbol ­­– a slant-eyed, black Bharat Mata, crippled by hunger and deprivation, pain and disease, dressed in rags and chains, howling in rage while being eaten by a… Continue Reading →

Periyar on Bhagat Singh #mustread

Bhagat Singh By Periyar E.V.Ramasami 29 March, 1931 Kudi Arasu (The 1930s, especially the firt half of the decade, proved to be one of radical discontent in India. In the Tamil context, the Self-respect movement of E V Ramasamy Periyar… Continue Reading →

Why Kanhaiya’s JNU Speech After Release is Problematic

  Prerna Bakshi      I have been in solidarity with the #StandWithJNU movement from the start and as happy as I am about comrade Kanhaiya getting bail, his whole “complete faith in the judiciary” statement (along with several other… Continue Reading →

Sedition case: Of 17 eyewitness, 4 who said Kanhaiya raised anti-India slogans are from ABVP 

Of the 17 eyewitnesses named by the Delhi Police to corroborate the case against JNUSU president Kanhaiya Kumar, the four who said Kumar raised “anti-national” slogans are all members of the ABVP. Among the other eyewitnesses, a senior JNU security… Continue Reading →

I Will Now Write My Own Story – JNU’s Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya Kumar who returned to the JNU campus after 21 days in custody said that he was ‘prepared for a long fight’. NEW DELHI:  JNU Students’ Union President Kanhaiya Kumar said soon after his release this evening that he was made… Continue Reading →

Feeling Seditious’: March on Parliament to #StandwithJNU

by Shuddhabrata Sengupta For the third time within a span of two weeks since the middle of February, thousands of people came out on the streets of Delhi to express their solidarity with the detained students of JNU (Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar… Continue Reading →

No ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans at JNU, videos doctored, says Magistrate report

Nitisha Kashyap  Arunima CNN-IBN New Delhi: The Magistrate report on the controversial Jawaharlal Nehru University event said that no ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ slogans were raised and words inciting violence were doctored, said sources on Wednesday. The report is likely to be submitted to the… Continue Reading →

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