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India: 8 Journalists Covering Farmer Protests Charged; Drop Cases, Protect Media Freedom: Human Rights Watch

Eight journalists who covered the farmer protests in India and violence in Delhi on January 26, 2021 are facing baseless criminal charges, Human Rights Watch said in a statement on February 2. The Indian authorities should drop the charges, which include sedition, promoting communal disharmony, and making statements prejudicial to national integration.

The Question of Fundamental Justice: Farmer’s Collective Unconscious and International Charters

Farmer’s struggle has completed few phases of endurance. It has churned out a lot. This whole struggle has been colored differently by different sections. But wisdom on both sides know that it started with an ancestral impulse of resilience against injustice. It started with a micro cosmic demonstration in Punjab,

War Time Propaganda against the Farmer Protest in India

Nowadays, India is protesting against new farm laws, lawsmade by Indian government during pandemic period of Covid-19, a pandemic which has paused body and mind ...

India’s New Farm Laws And Contractual, Legal & Enviornmental Concerns Related to GM Seeds

India is going through a major shift in its agriculture economy as 3 new Farm laws being rolled out during Covid 19 period. These laws have been rushed through the parliament with a voice vote (Mainly used under Emergency powers) in senate (Rajya Sabha), Shows the absolute desperation of the Modi Government. Modi Government is claiming and propagating these laws as the farmers life changing in terms of there Income and its been claimed widely by PM Modi himself that these laws will double the income of every farmer of the country.

21 Sikh Youth Orgs Write Open Letter to Sikh Sangat on Farmers’ Struggle

Twenty-one different naujawan jathebandies (youth led Sikh organisations), from Australia to Kashmir and beyond, have signed an open letter addressing Sikh sangat.

Winds From Punjab: Existential States for Farmers & Government Are High

The central government may, by hook or crook, ride out the current Punjab-based farmers’ agitation. But the underlying logic of the situation can sow the seeds of a long-term crisis. The existential stakes in this agitation for both the farmers and the government are high; but the possibility of a good faith material resolution of the problem is low. This has the makings of a perfect storm.

How Green Revolution’s Long Term Effects Gave Birth to Present Complexities of Farming in Punjab?

Addressing a gathering of farmers at Chabbewal Toll Plaza in Hoshiarpur on 6 November 2020 Bhai Mandhir Singh analysed that how changes brought

Delhi Pushing Punjab to the Wall: Dal Khalsa

Participating in the farmers’ stir against contentious farm laws on November 5, the Dal Khalsa warned the Narendra Modi Government for pushing Punjab to the wall.

How Denial of Punjab’s Right Over River Water and Hydro-Power Affects People of Punjab

Punjab’s farmers have been protesting against new agricultural laws enacted by the Government of India (GoI). Other sections of the Punjabi society, especially the youths, ...

Autonomy, Not Concessions Can Bring Punjab Out of Agrarian Crisis

Speech of Sikh youth leader Pardeep Singh at Baraudi Toll Barrier on 20 October 2020.

Know the Changes in Crop Cycle That Affected Punjab – Explained by Jujhar Singh

Punjab’s farmers have been protesting against new agricultural laws enacted by the Government of India (GoI). Other sections of the Punjabi society, especially the youths, have also come forward in support of farmers.

Solution of Agrarian Crisis in Punjab Lies in Autonomy – Pardeep Singh at Shambhu Morcha

This is video recording of speech of youth leader Pardeep Singh at #ShambhuMorcha on 13 October 2020.

Farmers’ Unions Decide to Talk to GoI But Protests to Continue for Now

Thirty farmers' unions, active in Punjab, have decided to hold talks with the Government of India over new controversial agriculture laws enacted by the BJP government.

Punjab Ground Water Crisis – Past, Present and Future

  Punjab’s farmers have been protesting against new agricultural laws enacted by the Government of India (GoI). Other sections of the Punjabi society, especially the ...

Indian Government Extends Fresh Invite for Talks to Farmers’ Unions Protesting in Punjab

The Government of India (GoI) on Sunday extended a fresh invitation to Punjab’s farmers’ unions, who have been protesting against the new farm laws, for holding talks on issue on October 14. The invite is extended in second time with in a week.

Webinar To Explore Various Aspects of Agrarian Crisis in Punjab

Punjab’s farmers have been protesting against new agricultural laws enacted by the Government of India (GoI). Other sections of the Punjabi society, especially the youths, have also come forward in support of farmers.

Farmers, Experts Rue That India Blocks Punjab’s Potential of International Trade of Agricultural Products

As farmers’ dharna on the Amritsar-Delhi railway tacks completed 14 days on Wednesday, many protesters recalled how they had sat at the same track for seven weeks in 2016 to push state government to pursue better marketing of Punjab Basmati in Iran and other middle eastern countries. They also rued that due to diplomatic reasons, Punjab was not able to fully realise the potential of trading its agri-products through the Wagah border.

Punjab Demands: Right to Price Determination, Freedom of International Trade & Right to River Water

    This is video recording of views shared former Sikh Students Federation President Parmjeet Singh Gazi at Shambhu Morcha on October 4, 2020.

Sanu Beejan Te Majboor Karin Na | Punjabi Song 2020 | Shambhu Morcha | Bir Singh | Punjab Kisan

Bir Singh is a Punjabi lyricist. Joining the Shambhu Morcha on October 4, 2020 as a part of ongoing peaceful farmers struggle Bir Singh shared his poem/song with the audience in his own voice.

Past, Present & Future of Farmers Struggle in Punjab: Speech of Bhai Mandhir Singh at Shambu Morcha

New Agriculture Laws have trigger uprising in #FarmersProtest in #Punjab. #Farmers #Youth and other sections of society are out on streets. On 4 October 2020 #Shambhu #Morcha was announced as part of struggle against centralisation

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