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A study in fairness 30.6.2009 Telegraph: Opinion
Only the whims of a few powerful men in Pakistan separate Sarabjit Singh from death. Even with a new lawyer to represent him in the supreme court, there is no reason for Singh's family to feel hopeful about his release from the Pakistani prison where he has been held for the last 19 years. Singh had been convicted of carrying out terrorist attacks in Pakistan in 1990, and was given the death sentence. It was stayed after his family presented evidence of his innocence, and his case has been dragging along in the highest court of Pakistan.
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Law and behold 30.6.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
Nothing better illustrates the flaws in our legal and political system than a comparison of the treatment meted out to Binayak Sen in Chhattisgarh and that enjoyed by State Reserve Police Force (SRPF) Sub-Inspector Manohar Kadam in Mumbai, writes Anand Patwardhan.
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When the state fails to act 27.6.2009 New Indian Express
When the state fails to act
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When the state fails to act 25.6.2009 New Indian Express
When the state fails to act
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Robin Hood terror? 24.6.2009 Asian Age: Others
The Age Debate Ban is first step to fight Maoist threat June.25 : The suggestion of a ban on the Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) establishes two things. First, that the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government is not shy of dealing with issues relating to national security, and second, that Left-wing extremism is a very potent threat to the security of the country. Even Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has called this "the single-most serious security threat" the country faces. Maoists clearly establish "tri-junctions" not only at the state level, but also in districts in order to make pursuit and prosecution increasingly difficult. Therefore, a blanket ban on the Maoists would make it difficult for them ...
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Poor aren’t lifeless bricks 23.6.2009 Mint: Latest
The problem with most poverty debates: they are cliché-ridden and do not take the experiences of the poor on board
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Poor aren’t lifeless bricks 23.6.2009 Mint: Latest
The problem with most poverty debates: they are cliché-ridden and do not take the experiences of the poor on board
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एक त्रासदी की पुनरावृत्ति 23.6.2009 दैनिक जागरण
एक त्रासदी की पुनरावृत्ति
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Left vs Church in Kerala 23.6.2009 New Indian Express
Left vs Church in Kerala
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The tangled battles in Lalgarh 23.6.2009 New Indian Express
The tangled battles in Lalgarh
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I don't understand why the govt is bent on using force 23.6.2009 DNA: Top News
Force, whether used by the government or Maoists, is not going to lead us to a sustainable solution.
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Potential hazard 21.6.2009 DNA: Opinion
The decision by the Centre to send back Gujarat's anti-terror bill with suggestions for amendments is bound to be seen through the prism of politics.
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Fight Mao with Mao 21.6.2009 The Pioneer
Fight Mao with Mao
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Back to the past in West Bengal 21.6.2009 The Pioneer
Back to the past in West Bengal
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Lacklustre approach to home-grown terror 17.6.2009 The Statesman
Lacklustre approach to home-grown terror
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LTTE 17.6.2009 Frontline
LTTE
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Naxals setting up arms factories, developing electronic IEDs 14.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
The Naxals have already set up about four units to manufacture weapons and ammunition, say central security agencies.
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Letters To The Editor 13.6.2009 The Statesman
Letters To The Editor
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Maoists kill 10 policemen in Jharkhand 12.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
Maoists targeted security personnel for the second time in three days killing 10 policemen.
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11 policemen killed, 6 hurt in Jharkhand landmine explosion 10.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
Eleven security personnel were killed and six others injured in a landmine blast triggered by Maoists in a Naxal-affected district in Jharkhand.
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