Newsclick Production 5 June 2010
Indian People's Theatre Association, IPTA is known for its rousing plays but not many of us are familiar with its strong tradition of protest through music. Sumangala Damodaran, trained in music has documented IPTA songs and reconstructed its revolutionary legacy.
Newsclick production 29 may 2010
In this feature newsclick analyzes the wisdom of the Indian Govt's response to the maoist threat.
Newsclick Production, 29 May 2010
The Indus Water Treaty was signed by India and Pakistan in 1960. Contrary to the fact that it was seen as one of the long lasting agreements, the issue of water distribution has become an unending dispute and tension between both the countries. Farooq Tariq, General Secretary of Pakistan Labour Party talks to Newsclick about India-Pakistan water dispute.
Newsclick production, 22 May 2010
Prof. Aijaz Ahmad talks about his stay in Pakistan and the Pakistani political scene beyond terrorism.
Newsclick Production 22 May 2010
On the 6th of May, Israeli authorities arrested Ameer Makhoul, a prominent arab-Israeli civil society leader for speaking out against Isarel. No official charges have been announced and Ameer has not been allowed to meet with his family. Newsclick speaks to Janan Abdu (Ameer's wife).
Senior Political Analyst, Prof. Aijaz Ahmad analyses the UK Elections and the results. He points to what he calls the "Americanisation" of British politics today, talks about the similarity in position, among all the three major parties and what effect the financial policies of the parties in power, could have on British polity and society.
"Poor Residential Consumers Subsidise the Rich and the Industry": David MacDonald on Corporatisation of the Electricity Sector
Interview with Prof. David MacDonald, Queens College, Kingston, Ontario, Canada on "Electricity Capitalism in South Africa and beyond".
Anhad Media House/ May 14 2010
This is a feature that explores the violence orchestrated by members of the dominant Jat community against dalits on April 21st in Mirchpur village near Hissar district, Haryana. Newsclick extends courtesy to Anhad Media House for producing and sharing the video for publication.
Newsclick Production/ May 7th 2010
Professor G.P.Deshpande talks about the "assertive" role of China in world affairs with D. Raghunandan, Newsclick Editor.
The Mayapuri Scrap Controversy - Part of a larger Story of Poor Regulatory and Material Handling, of Hazardous Waste. Interview with activist Gopal Krishna
Newsclick Production 5 May 2010
The Mayapuri Scrap and Radioactive Waste controversy is part of a larger story of poor waste and scrap management in India. From the screening of entry of hazardous waste into the country, to enacting poor safety and management laws on its handling, there is much to be said about them. Activist Gopal Krishna minces no words in an interview with Newsclick editor, D. Raghunandan.