India

From Supply-Chains to Radical-Chains: Reports from Automobile Workers

While workers in the global north are with their backs to the wall of crisis – see current dispute at FIAT Mirafiori – the automobile workers in the global south suffer for a pathetic ‘boom’.

Gurgaon Workers News #35 - February 2011

Gurgaon workers newsletter issue 35, with news, reports and analysis from India's special exploitation zone.

Gurgaon Workers News

Issues of the Gurgaon workers news letters with news, workers' reports and analysis from the Indian boom region.

Wildcat Strike at Honda HMSI in Gurgaon, Manesar

A report of a wildcat strike at Honda in Gurgaon, India in December 2010.

Gurgaon Workers News #34 - January 2011

English Language edition of the class struggle newspaper produced in Gurgaon, in Haryana, India. The paper contains workers' enquiry and testimonials, collective action reports, theory and analysis.

Workers' struggles in Asia (December 2010)

Casual workers at a Hyundai factory in South Korea staging a sit-in strike.

Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around Asia (focusing on East Asia) during December 2010 and related resources. The most important stories appear on my Twitter feed as soon as I find them: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews.

Nine workers arrested in beating death of manager

Nine workers arrested for beating to death the manager at Allied Nippon in the Ghaziabad district of New Delhi. It happened as 400 workers held a protest at the factory.

Commonwealth Games in Delhi: The reality of exploitation

Article by the International Communist Current looking at the reality of day-to-day exploitation on the site of the approaching Commonwealth Games in India.

The class struggles in India

Kolkata airport staff strike, 2008.

A quick round up of some of the strikes which have taken place (or are being planned) around India in the past couple of weeks.

Workers' struggles in Asia (June 2010)

Summary and links to news stories of workers' struggles around East Asia (excluding China) during June, and also some from the Indian Subcontinent that I came across whilst searching. I now have a Twitter feed where I will be posting the stories I find, so if you don't want to wait until the end of the month to read them or would like to write up some of these for libcom news when they happen rather, please follow it: http://twitter.com/spartacusnews