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Centre urged to hold talks with Maoists 19.10.2009 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Citizens’ Initiative for Peace has urged the Centre to begin a dialogue with the outlawed CPI (Maoist). In the wake of the reports that the government has launched a major offensive against naxalites in some States, it felt ...
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Intellectuals undermine battle against Maoists 17.10.2009 New Indian Express
Intellectuals undermine battle against Maoists
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State Pulse: Maharashtra: Problem lies within, solution far ahead 14.10.2009 Central Chronicle
State Pulse: Maharashtra: Problem lies within, solution far ahead
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State, Maoist violence must end: Binayak Sen 9.10.2009 CNN-IBN Top Stories
THE DOCTOR DISSENTS: Human rights activist Dr Sen is charged with having links with Naxals.Human rights activist appalled by murder of Jharkhand police officer.
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Worshipping a false god 9.10.2009 The Pioneer
Worshipping a false god
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‘I condemn the beheading... but we have to see it in the background of state violence’ 9.10.2009 Indian Express: Op-Ed
Chhattisgarh-based doctor BINAYAK SEN was arrested in May 2007 for his alleged links with Naxalites. Following a public campaign for his release, he was granted bail by the Supreme Court in May 2009.
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Govt slams activists for supporting Naxal cause 8.10.2009 CNN-IBN: India
MAKING A POINT: Human rights activists such as Gautam Navlakha are unhappy with the government's actions against Naxals. Activists feel operation 'green hunt' could destroy democratic rights.
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Fresh arrests in Lalgarh case 7.10.2009 TOI: Calcutta Times
Two members of rights organization Bandi Mukti Committee Ramesh Das and Bhanu Sarkar were also picked up from College Square late on Tuesday and detained at the Amherst Street PS.
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The modern day Mahatma 3.10.2009 Business Standard: Life & Leisure
They say there are more photographs than there are bricks in the world. Such vast exposure to images seems to have trained us to read images in formulaic ways. Thus, in a single glance, we crown what we see into types. Debanjan Roy plays on this shortcut to seeing, creating work that we are able to effortlessly classify as working in the space of binaries.
Innocent people victimised during terror probes: Activists 2.10.2009 TOI: India
Observing that innocent people are "victimised in terror probes", Justice Rajinder Sachar on Thursday called for the need to abolish tough laws that facilitate detention of a person without any charges against them.
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खतरों से भरी सहानुभूति 28.9.2009 दैनिक जागरण
खतरों से भरी सहानुभूति
Absolving Maoists of their crimes 27.9.2009 The Pioneer
Absolving Maoists of their crimes
Weapons Of Mass Desperation 25.9.2009 Tehelka
Operation Green Hunt, the offensive against Naxals, might blow up in our faces. SHOMA CHAUDHURY examines the tricky and dangerous terrain
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The great Indian leveller 27.8.2009 Mint: Latest
While SEZs are scrapped, memorials to founders of the party in power are built on scarce public land
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The great Indian leveller 27.8.2009 Mint: Latest
While SEZs are scrapped, memorials to founders of the party in power are built on scarce public land
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Theatre of absurd 20.8.2009 Asian Age: Others
Antara Dev Sen Augest.20: Earlier this year, when Shah Rukh Khan (currently offended by paranoid Americans) renamed his film Billu Barber as Billu (so as not to offend protesting barbers), I had, as a concerned citizen plotting protective measures, suggested that Habib Tanvir change the name of his classic play Charandas Chor to simply Charandas. When perfectly respectable professionals like barbers can be offended by their job description informing their identity, imagine what a stigmatised, lowly profession like chori would do to dear old thieves. We shouldn’t be mean to them just because they can’t form an association and protest. Well, it would not have helped. Two months after Habib Tanvir’s death, Charandas Chor has been banned. Not ...
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Campaign for Binayak Sen at Edinburgh festival 15.8.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Campaign for Binayak Sen at Edinburgh festival
Crumbling fortune cookie 14.8.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
Instead of plotting India’s break-up, Beijing should first try to keep its flock together, writes Pratik Kanjilal.
Crumbling fortune cookie 14.8.2009 Hindustan Times: Views
Instead of plotting India’s break-up, Beijing should first try to keep its flock together, writes Pratik Kanjilal.
Campaign for Binayak Sen at Edinburgh festival 14.8.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Campaign for Binayak Sen at Edinburgh festival
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