Day: February 22, 2021

Protests At India’s Historic Red Fort Prompts Response From Modi

A tractor parade that went awry on 26 January – India’s Republic Day, marking the 72nd-anniversary of the country adopting its constitution – has prompted Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first public comments on the long-standing protests led by farmers. Over 100,000 farmers across 20 states and 10,000 tractors had reportedly

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Google Workers Unionize And Protest Work Conditions Across The Globe

On Monday, January 25th, it was announced that Google employees would be unionizing across the globe. This news came a few weeks after workers at other units of Google’s parent company, Alphabet Inc. formed a labor union, effectively joining offices across the U.S. and Canada. The new union is called

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Mounting Fear In Taiwan

Following reports of a large incursion by Chinese warplanes and fighter jets, Taiwan believes China to be embarking on a show of force and intimidation. Taiwan’s defence ministry claims that eight Chinese bomber planes, capable of nuclear activity, four fighter jets, and one anti-submarine aircraft entered Taiwan’s self-declared air defence

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