Manasa Narayanan discusses a new app which promises to help students find part time work, for a minimum of £8.92 per hour.
“The last few weeks seem like a period of reckoning of police power in the UK”. Manasa Narayanan reports on the Kill the Bill protests across the country, in response to the Police Bill.
With 232 votes in favour (including 10 Republicans voting yes), US President Donald Trump was impeached in the House of Representatives on 13th of January for having “engaged in insurrection”. The move to impeach comes […]
There is much unrest within the farming community in India. Recently, three new Agriculture Bills have come in to force, sparking widespread protest. Manasa Narayanan spoke to people involved, tracing the root source of their anger to the centralised government at the heart of India’s power structure.
Manasa Narayanan reports on the present political situation of Hong Kong, and contemplates what the court rule against the city’s government means for its pro-democracy protests.
From late September this year, until last week when Russia brokered a peace deal, Armenia and Azerbaijan have been at war. Contrary to what several headlines might claim, the victor of this conflict is not […]
One would think that China, with its one party-system, and India, with its parliamentary democracy, would deal with activism and criticism differently – yet lately, tales from both these countries point to the use of similar […]
In recent years I have been continually witnessing and reading about the intolerance and hate politics of the Modi government and its passionate supporters. Despite being aware of the government’s track record of silencing criticism, […]