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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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Chhattisgarh govt razes ashram working for tribals 10.6.2009 CNN-IBN: India
The ashram was rehabilitating villagers living in Salwa Judum camps.
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Jharkhand: 11 policemen killed, 6 hurt in 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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There is no way out but struggle: Dr Binayak Sen 9.6.2009 Rediff: News
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.
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‘Stop land allotments to SEZs’ 9.6.2009 Hindu: National
Patna: Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya on Monday said the new UPA Government was not addressing the issues of the common man and was instead encouraging the spread of corporate culture. ...
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'Adivasis want to be left alone by Naxals and security forces' 8.6.2009 TOI: Interviews
Magsaysay Award winner Sandeep Pandey, who led an all-India fact-finding team to Dantewada, tells Jyoti Punwani what his team found.
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Binayak Sen 8.6.2009 Outlook
The PUCL national vice-president on his release after two years in Raipur central jail on charges of links with the Naxalite movement
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Iron In The Soulless State 8.6.2009 Outlook
Chhattisgarh seems intent on proving we are a half democracy
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Death On The Margins 7.6.2009 Tehelka
Far from the national gaze, the establishment practises a dangerous malevolence when confronted with its anti-people policies, reports SHOMA CHAUDHURY from Raipur and Dantewada. Photographs by SHAILENDRA PANDEY
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The hero's walk 6.6.2009 Business Standard: Life & Leisure
Binayak Sen is finally home, thanks to thousands of supporters and well-wishers, and his family. He tells Neha Bhatt about his suffering while in prison and his plans for Chhattisgarh.
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“Withdraw charges against Binayak Sen” 5.6.2009 Hindu: National
Kolkata: A group of human rights organisations will launch a mass movement for the unconditional withdrawal of all charges against rights activist Binayak Sen, who was released on bail recently. Speaking at a press conference here on ...
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Withdraw charges against Binayak Sen: Rights group 4.6.2009 Express India-- Front Page
A group of human rights organisations have decided to launch a mass movement to demand withdrawal of the charges against Binayak Sen.
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Ashram demolition linked to founder’s stand: team 4.6.2009 Hindu: National
“It is another vindictive act of Chhattisgarh government”
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Social activists seek action against demolition of ashram in Bastar 4.6.2009 Indian Express: Mumbai
A group of social activists have demanded action against the demolition of the Vanavasi Chetna Ashram in Bastar, run by Gandhian social activist Himanshu Kumar.
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edits 3.6.2009 The Statesman
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Bail and justice 3.6.2009 Frontline
The Supreme Court directive to release Dr. Binayak Sen on bail raises the question of the illegality of his detention .
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Condemnable 3.6.2009 Hindu: Opinion
This refers to the photograph of burning bogies of the Rajgir-Danapur passenger train (June 2) and the report that angry villagers of Bihar torched six bogies of two trains and a railway station to protest the withdrawal of halts for the ...
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Free imprisoned Lankan doctors: Medha Patkar 2.6.2009 New Indian Express
Free imprisoned Lankan doctors: Medha Patkar
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