This news article describes the impact of corrupt legislation on ordinary working people. The organised protests and solidarity of the public with farmers is an excellent example of how coordinated resistance can enable change.
Editor’s note: DGR strongly opposes the three new farm laws that have inspired the farmer’s protests in India. However, we do not necessarily agree with all of the demands of the protestors. Continue reading Suspension Of Farm Laws In India
On 14th Sepetember 2020, an adolescent woman was brutally gang raped in India. This article examines the gender- and caste-based hiearchies, and how it has affected the case.
Continue reading Victim of Gang Rape Succumbs to Injury
In this piece, Suresh discusses the impact of civilization on endemic communities and their right to live in isolation. Suresh tells us how these indigenous people have had their land, rights and identities stripped by encroaching industrial civilization. Continue reading The Impact of ‘Civilization’ on Endemic Communities.
This culture prioritizes economic gains over human and natural welfare. The series of toxic accidents in India (of which the Vishakhapatnam gas leak is only a near example) lay testimony to this fact. In such a culture, is it possible to hold the responsible actors accountable for their actions? Continue reading Vishakhapatnam Gas Leak: Who do We Hold Accountable?
What is electric power worth? The coal power industry is responsible for an incredible amount of suffering and death via air, soil, water pollution and land destruction. This is not to mention the gathering climate crisis apocalypse. This piece discusses the cost of coal.
Continue reading Coal Plant Accident Kills Six in India