Gate’s Budget Is Ready For The Next Outbreak.
The Pentagon-CIA-Hollywood nexus projects America’s soft power through popular cinema
World Council for Health (WCH) exposes the jab in its latest report
SKM sees the new military recruitment scheme as a revenge on India’s farming families
Washington used a 233-year-old law to order two major tour cos to track down a Russian national
Empire Diaries in Bangla
লকডাউন কার কী কেড়ে নিলো, কে কী হারালো হিসেব আছে ?
The disturbing disclosure comes from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI)
The secularism crisis is a convenient distraction for neocolonial corporates plotting to recapture India’s economy
Empire Diaries in Bangla
আর কত প্রাণ বলি যাবে?
Empire Diaries in Bangla
স্টাডি প্রকাশিত নেচার ম্যাগাজিনে। কী আছে ওই স্টাডিতে
News You Don’t See: যে খবর দেখানো হয় না
Why does the country with the world’s highest tax rate for individuals have a broken economy?
Disturbing highlights from what the CEOs of empires discussed at the World Economic Forum 2022
Pandemic-driven disruptions have given rise to 573 new billionaires in two years
A blood-curdling racism story from the heart of the United States
The fast-vanishing gender gap at the workplace in big cities turns out to be a myth
Barack Obama tells the world what the vaccination is all about
The former US president made the surprise disclosure during a lecture at Stanford
Your neighbourhood bank across the street is not as friendly as you think it is
The disease has now become an endemic, the medical experts say
India’s military spending of $76.6 billion is 3rd highest in the world
‘Covid-19 Pandemic: A Third Eye’
By Dr Amitav Banerjee
Geert Vanden Bossche on the truth about the jab’s antibodies that the media is hiding from you
Dr Amitav Banerjee talks about a problem scientists will face once the whole planet is vaccinated
Is there a hidden agenda in allowing banks to make money out of thin air?
Dr Vandana Shiva puts the pieces of the puzzle together as the island nation burns
Epidemiologist Dr Amitav Banerjee connects the dots between the experimental jab and rise in heart attacks
But the country is still unable to stop income inequality. What exactly is going on?
Vaccinologist Geert Vanden Bossche on problems with the vaccine that you’re not being told about
Epidemiologist Amitav Banerjee on the agenda behind twisting the pandemic’s narrative
Russia and USA are fighting a silent war of currencies. Will the dollar survive or perish?
Data from by govts in Europe and US shows an astonishing trend post vaccination
At the root of the invasion lies a tense conflict between Orthodox churches. How did it originate?
Dr Arvind Kushwaha on the rise in reports of heart attacks among children
Disturbing visuals of the state in which monuments of the Lodi Dynasty in Delhi lie today
Critical-thinking people around the world are slowly but surely emerging on top
Bhaskaran Raman brings us this exposition based on govt data
The state govt said that out of all the coronavirus deaths in Jan 2022, the jabbed-to-unjabbed ratio of deaths was 34-to-7
Jab mandates and lockdowns have exposed Canada as a fascist, authoritarian state
“Where’s the emergency to go for mass vaccination of children?” questions Dr Arvind Kushwaha
After the tennis No.1 was initially unwelcome at the Grand Slam, Paris opened the doors for him
Thousands of MNCs or corporate empires have hijacked India’s economy, making us an independent nation only in theory
The tennis icon rose above his conformist competitors by taking a stand against the new abnormal of vaccine mandates
Dr Amitav Banerjee demystifies the suspicious race to jab children against the coronavirus disease
“How can you take a chance with kids? It is not a proven vaccine” – Dr Amitav Banerjee’s take on the jab
“Our children are not guinea pigs,” says Dr Amitav Banerjee in a video taken down due to regressive YT policy
When the world of critical-thinking people literally exploded with protests against vaccine mandates
What should you fear more? The Covid vaccine mandate or the coronavirus?
This year’s Farmers’ Day is special because peasants returned home after an epic win against the state-corporate nexus
Protest leader vows to keep farmers’ movement against farm laws going
City people watched in awe from the sidelines when angry farmers took on the establishment
We’re fighting against two viruses – the pathogen itself, and the virus of ‘vaccine apartheid’
Snapshots from ground zero as farm deregulation protesters wrapped up a year-long stir at Delhi’s borders
Angry farmers end their historic stir at Delhi’s borders. What’s next?
Before the note ban, Google and BCG in a report described India as a “500 billion dollar pot of gold”
The world is heading towards climate change tax. Who will end up paying it, you and me?
The David-and-Goliath story becomes a reality on the tense borders of Delhi
A look at suspicious events in the build-up to the note ban on Nov 8, 2016
‘The damage done to him is beyond doubt. But so, too, is his courage’
Women jailers posted at Byculla prison are testing positive for Covid-19
Can the United Nations Food Summit really end the hunger pandemic?
While farmers are protesting in India, the United Nations is holding a major event in New York
A year ago, the Indian govt passed three farm laws to deregulate farming
America gives up its prized possession to a regime admittedly backed by Beijing
A report from the Action Centre on Race and the Economy exposes the big loot by Big Tech
The chaos in Kabul is part of a perpetual conflict between the two giants from east and west
Scenes of US-Afghan bonhomie during the evacuation were surely engineered by the US defence dept
After 20 years of occupation, the US is rolling out cinematic visuals of American-Afghan bonding
The US, China and Russia are ganging up to justify the Taliban’s return to power. Why?
Why has India’s trade with China gone up despite the bitter rivalry?
There’s a dark network of modern-day slavery operating in West Asia. Here’s how it works
After the Galwan Valley massacre, India ramped up its imports from China. Why?
Excerpts from our reports after we visited ground zero right after August 5 2019
Bastar-based tribal rights activist, lawyer and scholar opens up on Pegasus spying crisis
There’s an outcry over Pegasus spyware. But other evils such as Toka are not drawing attention and alarm
Euro 2020 football final was yet another pointer to England’s cultural bankruptcy
Police arrest the rights activist with 40 other peaceful protesters in Mumbai
What is the protest all about? Here’s the story of a factory and a thousand tears
STAN SWAMY (1937-2021)
‘This is not a natural death, but the institutional murder of a gentle soul’
Last year, Afghan poppy cultivation grew by over a third and counter-narcotics ops slowed
91 organisations working on digital rights of farmers present a detailed consultation paper
Tens of millions of Americans are at the mercy of predatory pay-lending services
Police are picking up those raising their voice, say Khori Gaon residents. Their houses are set to be demolished
10,000 houses will be demolished. Over 1 lakh migrants will be displaced
Microsoft is collecting mass data about Indian farmers. Here’s what is silently going on
दिल्ली की सीमाओं पर चल रहा किसानों का आंदोलन, 1970 के दशक में जयप्रकाश नारायण द्वारा इंदिरा गांधी को सत्ता से बेदखल करने वाले आंदोलन की तरह ही तेजी से फैलता जा रहा है
To combat climate change, he funded a project to dim the Sun. How will it impact us?
Going digital will improve farming or will it help corporates grab farmland?
The farmers’ protest increasingly resembles the agitation famously launched by Jayaprakash Narayan
An experiment aims to slow global warming by partially stopping sunrays from reaching Earth
As London shrugs off a lengthy Covid lockdown, here are some snapshots
For six decades, he targeted imperialism with his distinct brand of protest songs
Firsthand account from an Indian present at the centre of the Hamas-Israel conflict
He spent his entire life protecting the Himalayas from so-called development
The fight to save Manali’s forests from a resort project funded by Alfred Brush Ford
Protesters at Delhi’s borders say stir will intensify if govt fails to respond
‘He leaves behind a legacy of truth-telling to the very faces of powers-that-be,’ writes Vidyarthy Chatterjee
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, UAE care about rich Muslim societies, not poor ones such as Palestine, Yemen
Chilling images of the raging Israel-Palestine war taken from a satellite
Even before Covid, India was experiencing its longest economic slowdown since 1991, writes Colin Todhunter
Indians should think twice before trusting vaccine angels vowing to ‘help’ them
India’s farmers thank people for the assembly poll outcome
Why are only two companies making all of India’s vaccines? Is democracy over? Are more lockdowns likely?
What if products stop crisscrossing countries? How will it impact the virus?
Protesters warn govt, ‘If you carry out ‘Operation Clean’, we will reply with ‘Operation Shakti’
We’re seeing an acceleration of corporate consolidation of agrifood chain, writes Colin Todhunter
Ambedkar’s 130th birth anniversary was today celebrated at the borders surrounding Delhi
Corporations are jumping onto the ‘sustainability’ bandwagon by undermining traditional farming, writes Colin Todhunter
Samyukta Kisan Morcha, an umbrella body of protesting farmers, is observing ‘FCI Bachao Divas’
Incident happened in the midst of a Mahapanchayat trail in Alwar
The hospital staff are treating ailing protesters without any charge
The grim story of transfer of wealth from the Global South to the West
A deal could let Walmart, Amazon dominate India’s e-retail sector, writes Colin Todhunter
Delhi can be ruthless when it comes to being out in the open during summer
The story of Sarabjeet Kaur who dashed off to Delhi all the way from Mumbai
Elderly farmers talk about the funding mantra behind the protest site they’re camped in
People’s search habits, social media post history are among the data up for sale, writes Raul Diego
I was devastated, but wasn’t surprised by Raini village disaster, writes Vimal Bhai
‘What will the government and Dilliwalas eat if we stop producing food?’ asks a protester from Meerut
Afghanistan? Syria? Iraq? No, this is right at home. A look at barbed wire at the farmers’ protest site in Ghazipur
In Mexico, food retail MNCs have taken over food distribution channels, writes Colin Todhunter
A satirical look at how CEOs of modern empires will behave if they are put in a hypothetical chat group
Sagar Sufi sings for the farmers at the protest site on Delhi-Ghazipur border
Two tense nights after R-Day drama, farmers are rushing back to Ghazipur protest site
Agri empire’s hidden agenda is to roll out farmerless farms, writes Colin Todhunter
Tense events from the farmers’ protest have brought this old question back
হিংসা কি কেবল যা চোখের সামনে দেখা যায় সেটাই? বছরের পর বছর কৃষক আত্মহত্যা আসলে সংগঠিত এবং পরিকল্পনামাফিক হিংসারই ফল।
Thousands of profit-hungry MNCs or ’empires’ have hijacked India’s economy
A giant water tank and bunkers above it to sleep in! – An incredible piece of innovation on wheels
Elderly peasant recites impromptu poetry to express his anger at the farm laws
The new laws would make India rely on outside forces to feed its population
Activists from Narmada Bachao Andolan, led by Medha Patkar, at the farmer protest sites
A foreign plan involves shifting 400mn people from the countryside into cities, writes Colin Todhunter
The story of a flutist whose music lifted the spirit of the protesting peasants in Delhi
This story brings out the anger of a protesting farmer as he fumes, ‘We know how to bring down a government’
An increasing number of countries want to become food self-sufficient, writes Colin Todhunter
The January 6 hooligans should have learnt from India’s farmers how to protest with decency
On Sept 3, a San Francisco court ruled Edward Snowden was right, US acted unlawfully against its own people
Alphabet ran regulatory threats as the pandemic diminished, and then boosted profits, writes Adrianne Jeffries
On the occasion of Farmers’ Day, here’s the story of how farming was born
Today, neoliberal dogma masquerades as economic theory, writes Colin Todhunter
When the dust settles, these faces will remain as the farmer protest’s lasting legacy
For a group of villagers from Rajatal near Wagah, life oscillates between one border and another
The world is losing farms through concentration of land into the hands of agribusinesses, writes Colin Todhunter
He slammed the country for letting its education system to drift away from science
Protesters in Europe and Latin America turned the table on their oppressors
DEC 8TH BHARAT BANDH
Facing the spectacle of reforms, the country’s farmers and workers make their pain and presence felt in the country’s power corridors
China’s ally Nepal declares Mount Everest’s official height as 8848.86 metres. EmpireDiaries.com had reported in September that the peak’s new height would be announced this year
There was a tense standoff at the Delhi-Haryana western border as police tried to stop the rights activist from reaching the protesters – but she dodged them and made it
A precious compilation of his thought-provoking remarks on subjects ranging from US terrorism to whether he’s an atheist to where the Covid-19 pandemic will take us