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24 April 2013
Hundreds protested outside parliament on 14 April to demand the outlawing of caste oppression in Britain, writes Senan, Tamil Solidarity international coordinator.
17 April 2013
STOP PRESS: widespread caste discrimination is ignored in the UK. Thousands of protesters from south Asian backgrounds raised their anger over this issue outside parliament on 16 April. Anger was directed...
20 February 2013
The first employment tribunal to deal with caste discrimination was dismissed recently after the judge 'recused' herself from the case, writes Senan, Tamil Solidarity.
16 January 2013
Rage, disbelief and above all a deep sense of solidarity were on display at a protest outside the Indian embassy on 7 January, writes Claire Laker-Mansfield.
9 January 2013
The unprecedented anger in Delhi and across India against the gang rape of the medical student is an expression of the seething discontent that has been building against the system for a long time
4 April 2012
Who decides?: The High Pay Centre has answered a question we've been wondering about for a while - who decides to pay chief executives the outrageous amounts they get...
7 December 2011
Tamil Solidarity in Britain took the opportunity on Sunday to take stock of the campaign's progress and outline a plan for the year ahead, writes Manny Thain, Tamil Solidarity national secretary.
16 November 2011
Pollution ignored: According to the parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee inquiry report published last week, the government has "failed to get to grips" with the human cost of air pollution...
7 September 2011
'End the death penalty in India', was the slogan chanted by over 700 people outside the Indian high commission on 30 August, writes Manny Thain, Tamil Solidarity national secretary.
11 May 2011
How can justice and democratic rights be secured?: A United Nations (UN) report published on 29 April on the final phase of Sri Lanka's civil war in 2009 reveals "credible allegations" of war crimes perpetrated by the ruling regime of president Mahinda Rajapaksa...
3 November 2010
BOOKER PRIZE winner and campaigner Arundhati Roy has been threatened with a charge of sedition by the Indian government and with physical threats by Indian nationalist groups, writes Emma Smith.
22 September 2010
"A PARADISE turned into hell". That's how the people who live there describe Indian occupied Kashmir. Monday 13 September saw 18 people, mainly young men, mown down by some of the 700,000 soldiers in...
15 September 2010
THE ALL-India general strike on 7 September showed the enormous potential for workers' struggle in India, but also exposed a number of complicating factors, CWI reporters in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, write.
15 December 2009
London Socialist Party held an international meeting of socialists from around the world. Here are Video and audio files of their speeches...
23 September 2009
Review: Reading Arundhati Roy's collection of lectures and articles about India could make you want to weep, or to emit the 'feral howl' she herself is tempted to resort to...
8 July 2009
London Literature Festival review: The London Literature Festival 2009 opened on 2 July at the Southbank Centre, with Arundhati Roy, introducing her new book Listening to grasshoppers: field notes on democracy...
15 April 2009
SHOUTING "NOT a rupee, not a bullet for the Rajapakse government", 100 protesters marched around India House on the Aldwych in London...
8 April 2009
ON 30 March, it felt as if the city of Chennai waited with intense expectation as the famous writer, Arundhati Roy, was due to deliver a speech in a public meeting condemning the war in Sri Lanka, writes Venkat Narasimham, New Socialist Alternative (CWI, India).
1 April 2009
A JOURNALIST friend recently asked me how recession is affecting India's software professionals. He wanted to write a story on how recession has adversely affected the lifestyle of software professionals,...
25 March 2009
THE CAMPAIGN to stop the slaughter of Tamils and for democratic and trade union rights in Sri Lanka initiated in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, came to London on Saturday 21 March, writes Manny Thain.
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