Newsclick, March 18, 2013
On the 16th of March, 2013, Newsclick team lost one of its most prominent members, Mahesh. He was 46.
Newsclick Presentation, Sept 12, 2011
Indian companies acquire land in Africa at throw away prices to ensure India's food security. Prof Jayati Ghosh analyses the issue and offers alternative solutions.
Meena Raman, Third World Network, August 13, 2011
As the United Nations climate change talks in Durban, famously called COP 17, approach, Newsclick speaks with Meena Raman, Third World Network, Malaysia, on where the world stands today and what to expect from Durban summit.
D. Raghunandan, Newsclick, August 20, 2011
Even as LARR is being publicly debated, Haryana Govt. acquires land for its NPP, in violation of many rules and principles.
Seema Mustafa, Newsclick, August 8, 2011
Newsclick Production, August 6, 2011
Parminder Jeet Singh, director at IT For Change, argues for the need for regulating and governing the Internet for public good by responsible, equitable and democratic global governance structures.
Newsclick Production, August 4, 2011
Prof. Vijay Prashad from Trinity College, CT, USA talks about the terrorist killings and bombings orchestrated by Norwegian Eurofascist Anders Breivik. He comments upon the Norwegian peoples' response to these killings and compares it with right wing and general public reaction after the 9/11 attacks in the US. He also explains the irrationale behind the Islamophobic, anti-Marxist, anti-multiculturalist mindset shared by fascists like Breivik.
Newsclick Presentation, 18-July-2011
The demolition drive followed by massive protests in Ganesh Krupa Society, Mumbai have yet again raised questions on policies for rehabilitation of the urban poor. Newsclick speaks to PK Das, Mumbai based architect-activist, on his experience and functioning of the state machinery.
Newsclick presentation, July 22, 2011
Newsclick presents a feature on the fuel price hike. Newsclick examines justifications provided by government spokespersons, details their critiques and ascertains the level of distress faced by the "aam aadmi".
Newsclick Production, 11-Jul-2011
Prominent Italian Journalist and Leftist political activist Marco Berlinguer is interviewed on Skype on the Indignats movement in Spain.