Labour

How can India create Employment in the digital age?

The global window for export- and manufacturing- led development is closing
Marc Saxer Delhi

Why are the Ola and Uber drivers on a strike?

Abeer Kapoor

The confrontation between the striking drivers and the tech-based startups - Ola and Uber - is not as straightforward as it seems. Propelled forward as it is by demonetisation and a demand for rights
Shalini Sharma and Abeer Kapoor Delhi

How Bawana is becoming an industrial wasteland

Shibu Kumar Tripathi

Once looked upon as the next big MSME hub, Bawana has become an area where few businessmen want to set up shop
Shibu Kumar Tripathi Delhi 

Unemployment Crisis: Staring at jobs loss and driverless cars

Hardnews Bureau

Every month, a million young Indians become ready to join the industrial workforce. Who can generate jobs for them?
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

Honda Workers Strike: Ease of Maltreating Labour

Abeer Kapoor

Big companies break unions apart because they fight for dignity, rights and safety for the mazdoor. They use draconian policies and enlist the help of the State apparatus to quell protest; yet the protesting workers soldier on braving all sorts of adversities
Abeer Kapoor Delhi

Cogs in the Wheel

All production is exploitative,says Rahul Roy
Abeer Kapoor Delhi 

Modern day Slaves

The plight of domestic workers goes unnoticed even today
Jayashri Ramesh Sundaram Delhi

Magic of millets

The marginalised women of Medak district have shown the way to other farmers, scientists and policy makers to regenerate sustainable and citizen controlled food systems Akash Bisht Medak (Andhra Pradesh)

DOMESTIC bliss?

The humble domestic worker in India is often treated like a modern-day slave

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