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INDIAN SOCIAL MOVEMENTS

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Date Medias Comments & Feelings

August, 16th

2016

AISA A protest of BAPSA - Birsa Ambedkar Phul Students Association. This Dalit movement get stronger day by day because of the oppression of this minority. BAPSA marches from hostel to hostel in JNU, stops in front of each of these hostels. They shout slogans and they raise their voices about the problems they face and against the right wing movements which are targeting them.

August, 15th

2016

AISA

August, 15th is the Indian Independence Day, still people are protesting ! AISA, All India Students Association, want Indian citizens to remember workers' problems which don't dissolve during holidays.

They walked 3 kms under the sun, in the middle of the city, to reach the workers' neighborhood.

August, 14th

2016

Romila Thapar
Meeting with Romila Thapar, at her home in New Friends Colony in New Delhi. She is a well-known intellectual in India, a historian who is fighting against the abuse of the History. 

August, 12th

2016

Rey

Anonymous street workers. Kanyakumari, the meridional point of India. In India the garbage is a huge problem. These people, belonging the lower caste, are fighting an epical fight with few resources !

August, 11th

2016

SFI Meeting with Dr. J. Prabhash, lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Kerala, Kariavatto Campus.

August, 10th

2016

SFI

Meeting with M.Vijin, Secratary of SFI Kerala State committee.

August, 9th

2016

Kerala Travel to Kerala, South India. The ruling party is CPI(M) - Communist Party of India (Marxist). Kerala is one of the richest state of India. The government is led by the Communist party which was democratically elected in May 2016.

August, 7th

2016

Satarupa Chakraborty

Interview with Satarupa Chakraborty, a State Secretarial Member of SFI and an activist in JNU. We discussed about political issues in India.

August, 7th

2016

Khat

Interview with Om Prasad from All India Students Associations (AISA), an organization linked to Communist Party of India (Marxist-Lennist).

We discussed about political issues in India, Dalits' problems and the use of the cow by some nationalists as a symbol to oppress minorities.

August, 6th

2016

Interview

Interview with Dr. Sucheta De, the National President of AISA, telling us about general social issues in India.

August, 6th

2016

Protest

Protest against state censorship targeting a newspaper of Pondicherry.

August, 5th

2016

Departure We arrived at Pahar Ganj, New Delhi.