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About 14 results for "mazdoor kisan shakti sangathan"

Rajasthan village plans a mazdoor union in unorganised sector

The organization that fought for RTI, MNREGA is poised to mobilize workers unions in the unorganized sector. (Source: Express Archive) After 25 years of sustained struggle that yielded key legislations such as the Right to Information, Mahatma ... Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

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Ani News, 3 weeks ago

10 years after RTI, transparency under cloud

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Ten years after the Right to Information Act was passed by the Rajya Sabha on May 12, 2005, its implementation remains inefficient and transparency and accountability seem to be under threat in India. ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

No Place to Live, No Place to Die

With no access to burial grounds, members of the Kalbelia community in Rajasthan are forced to bury the dead in their own courtyards Thorn-side view Women of the Kalbelia community at Nayakon ka Khera village.Photos: Swatantra ...
 Tehelka1 week ago

Miffed farmers express displeasure with delay in relief

Bhim (Rajsamand): Anger, depression, tears, disappointment were all evident on the faces of the farmers from across the state, who were upset with the Raje government for not taking any concrete step and 'timely' providing them with compensation on ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

After a Rs 25k loss, govt promises farmer relief of Rs 1k

Bhim (Rajsamand): Bhanu Singh, a small farmer aged 60 years who owns three bighas of land, suffered with hypertension and was admitted in a city hospital for four days in the second week of March after his entire crop was damaged in the erratic rain ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

'Achhe din only for corporates/politicians, not for farmers/labourers'

Bhim (Rajsamand): Social activist Aruna Roy slammed central and state government for its anti-farmer and anti-labour policies. She hits out at the slogan 'Achhe Din Aaenge' (Good days will come) by saying, "Good days are yet to come for the poor, ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Adivasis And Slum Dwellers Oppose Builder-Police Nexus To Claim Land Rights In Mumbai NAPM condemns police assault of 90 year old senior activist Bhau Bhuskute 19th April 2015, Mumbai: In yet another attempt to snatch away Adivasi and poor people's land in the name of SRA in Malad East Kokani Pada, powerful ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
Times of India

Crackdown on NGOs was long overdue, feels Home Ministry

On September 30 last year, the Union Home Ministry, in an unprecedented move, issued showcause notices to 10,331 organisations receiving foreign aid in one go, asking why they had not filed their annual returns since 2009 and warning that their ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Crackdown on NGOs was long overdue: Home ministry  Times of India1 month ago
Indian Express

New party formation a media creation: Yogendra Yadav

Yogendra Yadav said there is no attempt on his part to criticise anyone but to sit together and find a way forward and see how all can come together for achieving the goals the party had set three years ago. Dissent leader Yogendra Yadav Thursday ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Old but not gold

Independent India was born an extraordinarily young country. The median age was just a little over 21, and nearly 60 per cent of the population was under 25. With life expectancy just 36 years, the issue of managing an ageing population must have ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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