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Welcome 28.5.2009 Hindu: Opinion
The Supreme Court’s order releasing Binayak Sen from prison on bail is commendable. It is a triumph for the rights activists and a vindication of Dr. Sen’s devotion to the cause of human rights. Even in the face of ...
'The state govt is vindictive' 28.5.2009 DNA: Top News
binayak sen, released after two years in a Chhattisgarh jail, speaks out.
Need spine, not muscle, to fight for human rights 27.5.2009 Asian Age: Others
Antara Dev Sen May.28 : It took two years of sustained shaming to get Dr Binayak Sen out on bail. The state had been stoutly ignoring the worldwide chorus of appeals and angry protests since the doctor and civil rights activist’s arrest on flimsy charges back in May 2007. Now the Supreme Court has finally ordered his release from custody on a personal bond, on grounds of ill health. While this is lovely news, it is not really a victory of civil rights over state repression. In fact, that the state had managed to keep Dr Sen behind bars for so long without evidence, ignoring the international outcry and unrelenting national protests for two years, shows us what our wonderful democracy has been reduced to. No, I am not being churlish at a ...
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News that does not count 27.5.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
It was disheartening that HT did not report the demise of Krishna Chattopadhyay, a singer par excellence. It was she who imparted melody to the compositions of Atulprasad, Dwijendralal and Rajanikanta.
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Clean-shaven look? Blame it on Holi 27.5.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
A day after his two-year stint in the Raipur Central Jail ended, civil rights activist Dr Binayak Sen was found busy greeting friends and supporters at his home in Raipur. A relaxed Sen shared his thoughts, sufferings and future plans with Hindustan Times Correspondent Ejaz Kaiser. Excerpts:
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Right to dissent 27.5.2009 DNA: Opinion
It cannot be against the law to hold a political viewpoint or to be a dissident in a democracy.
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Binayak Sen keen to continue fighting for peace 27.5.2009 New Kerala: India News
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Binayak Sen's battler far from over 27.5.2009 NDTV National

Binayak Sen's battler far from overFinally a free man. Human rights activist Binayak Sen out of jail after two years for his alleged links with the Naxal movement. But his troubles may not be over as he feels that there is still threat to his life. 


मानवाधिकार कार्यकर्ता बिनायक सेन रिहा 27.5.2009 दैनिक जागरण
मानवाधिकार कार्यकर्ता बिनायक सेन रिहा
Binayak Sen freed, vows to work for peace 27.5.2009 New Indian Express
Binayak Sen freed, vows to work for peace
I'm not a Naxal sympathiser, says Binayak Sen 27.5.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
FREE AT LAST: Human rights activist Binayak Sen says he is not a government sympathiser either.The human rights activist also said that he is not a government sympathiser.
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Binayak Sen wins bail battle, acquittal's a pipedream 27.5.2009 CNN-IBN: India
LONG FIGHT: Dr Binayak Sen has stood by what he believes in, even if the state disapproves of it.Exactly two years, 10 days since he was arrested on charges of sedition.
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Exclusive: I'm not a Naxal sympathiser, says Binayak Sen 27.5.2009 CNN-IBN: India
FREE AT LAST: Human rights activist Binayak Sen says he is not a government sympathiser either.The human rights activist also said that he is not a government sympathiser.
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Freedom after 2yrs 27.5.2009 Telegraph: Nation
Raipur, May 26: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen (in PTI picture) walked out of the Raipur central jail this evening, two years after he was booked under the Chhattisgarh Public Security Act for alleged links with Maoists.
Binayak Sen freed 27.5.2009 Telegraph: Nation
Raipur, May 26: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen walked out of Raipur central jail this evening, two years after he was booked under the Chhattisgarh Public Security Act for alleged links with Maoists.
Binayak fears threat to life 27.5.2009 Hindu: National
“Movement against violence will continue”
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A check on state laws? 27.5.2009 Business Standard: Opinion & Analysis
It is shameful that Binayak Sen had to be in jail for nearly two years, on charges that the state has so far failed to establish, before he could get bail. It is equally scandalous that Dr Sen should have been denied access to medical care of his choice, after it was established that he suffered from a heart condition. The Supreme Court finally stepped in on Monday to decide, in a minute, that this was a fit case for granting bail.
Binayak Sen 27.5.2009 Hindu: Opinion
The release of Binayak Sen on bail by the Supreme Court is too little, too late. His incarceration was untenable and unjustified. Hats off to his steelly resolve in revolting against the faulty policies pursued by the Chhattisgarh government. ...
EDITORIAL COMMENT | Welcome Relief 27.5.2009 TOI: Editorial
Supreme Court grants bail to Binayak Sen.
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Binayak Sen released after 2 years in jail 27.5.2009 NDTV National

Binayak Sen released after 2 years in jailIt was an emotional reunion with his family for civil rights activist Binayak Sen when he walked out of the Chhattisgarh jail after two years of incarceration. With tears in her eyes, his daughter Aparajita hugged him as he came out of the jail, where he was lodged for allegedly colluding with certain Naxalite leaders. 


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