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Gujarat Police’s atrocities against farmers, Modi Govt shows how to evict farmers

Pratik Sinha March 31, 2014 |  Kanubhai Kalsaria, AAP Candidate from Bhavnagar and 3 time BJP MLA, protesting against land acquisition While farmers were protesting peacefully against land acquisition by Gujarat Government, Gujarat’s Police resorted to unprovoked lathi-charge against protesting men and… Continue Reading →

Modi Lies in Punjab – after throwing the Sikh farmers out of Gujarat #Feku

  Mukul Sinha February 24, 2014 |  Sikh farmers from Gujarat meeting Punjab Chief Minister seeking support for the agitation for land Sikhs from Punjab and Haryana went to Gujarat in 1965-66 when Lal Bahadur Shastri, the then Prime Minister, had given… Continue Reading →

#India – Women demand A land of their own #womenrights

Author(s): Sabita Parida  Feb 15, 2014 | Society thinks women do not want to own land. That’s where it is wrong Sabita Parida In popular iconography, a farmer is a man with a moustache, wearing a turban and holding a plough… Continue Reading →

Narendra Modi’s Flagship – Farmers losing fertile land

DARSHAN DESAI We are not acquiring a single inch of land of farmers, says official The Gujarat government is acquiring 920 square km of land, most of it agricultural, of 15,000 farmer families spread across 22 villages for Chief Minister… Continue Reading →

Press Release -MoEF Expert Committee visits ISP and OSP canal area: Listens to farmers

Visit to continue tomorrow as well: Serious issues and impacts exposed. 4th January, 2014: The Expert Committee appointed by MoEF to appraise and approve the environmental works related to the Omkareshwar and Indira Sagar Canals visited the villages in the Khargene and… Continue Reading →

Press Release -Chief Justice – M.P. High Court resolves to address concerns of canal affected farmers

 18th December, 2013   CJ of M.P. High Court resolves to address concerns of canal affected farmers   Principal Secretary, NVDD summoned to Court today and tomorrow   The new Chief Justice of Madhya Pradesh High Court, Hon’ble Justice A.N. Khanvilkar,… Continue Reading →

Agrarian Crisis as the Crisis of Small Property Ownership in Globalizing Capitalism

by Raju J Das The topic of agrarian crisis is everywhere.  What does it mean, though? We know what ‘agrarian’ means.  It refers to agriculture and its social relations. What does ‘crisis’ mean?  It means a problem (or a set of problems)…. Continue Reading →

#India – Tribals lose land, forced to become farm workers

    Subodh Varma, TNN Nov 10, 2013 In seven central Indian states, the increase in the number of tribals who have moved from cultivation to agri labour is 52%. Over 70% of India’s tribal population lives in a 2,000-km long… Continue Reading →

Brazilian judge rules in favour of farmers against Monsanto #GOODNEWS

A judge in Brazil has blocked Monsanto‘s attempt to make farmers sign restrictive agreements before they can gain access to the company’s new GM seed, RR2 Intacta soybeans. The legal case was brought against Monsanto by the farmers’ union Sinop… Continue Reading →

Press Release- Thousands of Mahrashtra farmers, workers ‘Cry Halt!’ for sale of sugar co-operatives

NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF PEOPLE’S MOVEMENTS National Office : 6/6 Jangpura B, New Delhi – 110 014 . Phone : 011 2437 4535 E-mail: napmindia@gmail.com | Web : www.napm-india.org Ø Anna Hazare, MedhaPatkar and others pledge to save         co-operatives Ø After 9th October Mass Rally, ‘Jail Bharo’ if no… Continue Reading →

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