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World renowned Indian Journalist Palagummi Sainath says the greatest stories of journalism are now coming from non-journalists

“You will never find a great establishment journalist. My argument to you, is that historically, journalism that has had real value, is the journalism of dissent.” -Palagummi Sainath

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Movements of farmers and farm labourers […] are headed for serious trouble if they do not factor in the problems of climate change (which have already devastated agriculture in India); if they do not locate themselves in, and link their battles to, an agroecological approach.

P. Sainath in “We Didn’t Bleed Him Enough”: When Normal is the Problem (counterpunch.org, 12 August 2020, first published in Frontline magazine)

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