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Indian soldiers, Kashmir, 2012. Image credit: flowcomm/Flickr
Karen Rodman | While on its surface, the restoration of 4G internet in Kashmir seems like positive news, it raises some questions, including: why now, and why would mainstream media pick up this story?
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Image: Used with permission of the ad hoc Montreal group organizing in solidarity with the protests in India against the NRC and CAA.
Scott Neigh | Baj Mukhopadhyay, Mehak Sawhney and Aadita Chaudhury talk about Canadian organizing in solidarity with protests in India against the National Register of Citizens and the Citizenship Amendment Act.
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Kashmir Security Patrol. Image: La Priz/Flickr
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The recent crackdown in Kashmir will have far-reaching consequences and are more related to India's internal politics than its rivalry with Pakistan.
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Reflection on Dal Lake. Image: McKay Savage/Wikimedia Commons
Shama Naqushbandi | While the move taken over the last week to forcibly impose Central Indian rule under complete blackout may seem like the beginning of an end, in truth, Kashmiris have been here many times before.
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Image: Flickr/Al Jazeera/Political Party Stoles on Display
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The far-right Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) headed by Narendra Modi won the recent general elections in India. This will have serious ramifications for workers in the coming years.
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Indian workers fighting back
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna | The upcoming general elections in India are allowing workers to put forward their own demands against the far right BJP government of President Modi.
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Protest march in 2018 against the Sterlite copper smelter
Piergiorgio Moro, Jiselle Hanna, Kieran Bennett | The copper smelter complex in the southern Tamil Nadu town of Tuticorin has been the focus of large protests. One of its main opponents, Mugilan, has now been disappeared.
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Nandita Das
Face2Face | Nandita Das and David Peck talk about the film "Manto" and themes of dignity and context, subversive push back, normalized equality, convictions, and having a social conscience.
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UCP Amigos Devin Dreeshen, Jason Kenney and Prasad Panda in their Reliance Industries coveralls and helmets (Photo: Facebook).
David J. Climenhaga | The NDP government has asked the province's Ethics Commissioner for a ruling on whether the UCP's three visitors to India broke Alberta conflict of interest rules.
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Alberta Economic Development and Trade Minister Deron Bilous (Photo: David J. Climenhaga).
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Opposition Leader Jason Kenney and two of his MLAs are running around India acting as if they are representatives of the governments of both Canada and Alberta.
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David J. Climenhaga | Regardless of what you have read and heard, Justin Trudeau’s fashion choices abroad will likely do him and his government little harm, if any.
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Piergiorgio Moro & Jiselle Hanna | The demonetization program of the Modi Government in India is emblematic of the cuts that workers under his government are been forced to make