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30 Minutes: Binayak Sen, the dissenting doctor 31.5.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Meet the civil rights activist who was jailed for being a Naxal sympathiser.
Binayak Sen’s life ‘under threat’ 31.5.2009 Hindu: Front Page
KOLKATA: “There is a specific threat to my life from the Chhattisgarh government” – human rights activist and eminent doctor Binayak Sen said here on Saturday. Dr. Sen was imprisoned at the Raipur Central Jail for two ...
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When dad is labeled a Naxal 31.5.2009 DNA: Top News
The children suddenly find themselves confronting a new world of cops, courts and the media.
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'There is no way out but struggle' 31.5.2009 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
A military solution to Naxalism is neither possible nor desirable, Dr Binayak Sen, a doctor and an activist, tells SREELATHA MENON, after his release from two years of detention.
Sen tells prison tales 30.5.2009 The Statesman
Sen tells prison tales
Jail inmates have no human dignity: Binayak 30.5.2009 TOI: Calcutta Times
The dictum of Mahatma Gandhi is displayed prominently at the entrance of Raipur Central Jail, along with a portrait of the Father of the Nation.
Binayak speaks out on his prison life 30.5.2009 Hindu: National
KOLKATA: “My life in prison was an absolute revelation,” said doctor and human rights activist Binayak Sen, who was in the Raipur Central Jail for two years for alleged Maoist links before he was granted bail on Wednesday by the ...
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‘We will continue to oppose Salwa Judum’ 30.5.2009 Hindustan Times: India
Human Rights activist Binayak Sen said in Kolkata on Friday that he and his association would continue to oppose the Salwa Judum in Chhattisgarh. “There is no question of stopping opposition of Salwa Judum in Chhattisgarh,” Sen told mediapersons while on a visit to the city to see his mother.
I face threat from Chhattisgarh govt: Binayak Sen 30.5.2009 NDTV National

I face threat from Chhattisgarh govt: Binayak SenProminent rights activist Binayak Sen, who was in jail for two years for alleged links with Maoists, on Friday said some senior police officers have told him that there was a ''specific'' threat to him from within the Chhattisgarh government. 


Binayak Sen speaks out on his prison experience 30.5.2009 Hindu: National
“Whether a person is a convict or an undertrial, he has no human dignity…”
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Sen bearded or Sen barbered? 29.5.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
In a free country, is there a law under which a citizen can be jailed on no substantial charge? The TV debates on Binayak Sen’s arrest, and release on bail, seem to have missed the point, writes Pratik Kanjilal.
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Pamphlets asking people to rejoice Sen's release seized 29.5.2009 PTI: Top News

Raipur, May 28 (PTI) Police today seized pamphlets that asked people to celebrate the release of Civil Rights activist and People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) vice- president Binayak Sen in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district. ...

Freed activist in Kolkata today 29.5.2009 TOI: Calcutta Times
Civil rights activist Binayak Sen, who was released on bail this week after being detained in Raipur jail for 2 years, is reaching Kolkata to meet his mother.
This assistant director can take heart from Binayak Sen’s bail 29.5.2009 Indian Express: Mumbai
Even as the family members of rights activist Binayak Sen rejoice over the Supreme Court order granting him bail after two years in jail...
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Another activist's daughter awaits his release from Doon jail 29.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Another activist's daughter awaits his release from Doon jail
Binayak Sen’s release welcomed 29.5.2009 Hindu: Karnataka
Bangalore: Members of the Campaign for the Release of Binayak Sen, Bangalore, have welcomed the recent decision of the Supreme Court to grant bail to the human rights activist who had been arrested and detained for over two years by the ...
Sadanand Menon: What 'reality' did the Left lose touch with? 29.5.2009 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
The Left might have become the laughing stock of the nation post elections, but laugh is the last thing we should be doing. It is a matter of tremendous concern that a country with such a vast pool of industrial and agricultural proletariat has just 24 Members in Parliament to speak on their behalf.
State-sponsored vigilantism 29.5.2009 Hindu: Opinion
It is a symptom of the troubled times Indian democracy is passing through that the release on bail of an eminent human rights activist and medical practitioner, Dr. Binayak Sen — something that is routine for even individuals of ...
Anti-Maoists of India, unite! 28.5.2009 Mint: Our View
When Maoists are uniting other groups under an anti-India banner, India is still grasping to find a national strategy against the insurgency
Another activist's daughter awaits his release from Doon jail 28.5.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Another activist's daughter awaits his release from Doon jail
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