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'What was govt doing for the last 60 years?' 1.11.2009 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
I am totally against it. I feel extremism is a result of failure of development. If the government does not address the issue in terms of development, it wont be able to solve it. I have a suspicion that the government wants to clear the place for mining.
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The heart of India is under attack 31.10.2009 The Guardian -- Front Page
To justify enforcing a corporate land grab, the state needs an enemy – and it has chosen the Maoists The low, flat-topped hills of south Orissa have been home to the Dongria Kondh long before there was a country called India or a state called Orissa. The hills watched over the Kondh. The Kondh watched over the hills and worshipped them as living deities. Now these hills have been sold for the bauxite they contain . For the Kondh it's as though god had been sold. They ask how much god would go for if the god were Ram or Allah or Jesus Christ. Perhaps the Kondh are supposed to be grateful that their Niyamgiri hill, home to their Niyam Raja, God of Universal Law, has been sold to a company with a name like Vedanta (the branch of Hindu ...
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Imaginary conversation, crocodile tears 29.10.2009 New Indian Express
Imaginary conversation, crocodile tears
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Favourite radicals 29.10.2009 New Indian Express
Favourite radicals
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Special Article 28.10.2009 The Statesman
Special Article
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Favourite radicals 28.10.2009 The Statesman
Favourite radicals
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Plight of detenus highlighted 24.10.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: Former president of the Rashtra Seva Dal, Pannalal Surana, has urged the authorities to discourage the system of keeping under-trial prisoners. He sought the help of advocates to expedite the trial of such prisoners. He was ...
Drop plans to emasculate the RTI Act: Intellectuals to PM 23.10.2009 Business Standard: News Now
More than 100 eminent persons and activists, including Aruna Roy, Medha Patkar and Prashant Bhushan, have written to the Prime Minister to drop plans of making amendments in the RTI Act which will "emasculate" it.
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Drop plans to emasculate the RTI Act: Intellectuals to PM 23.10.2009 DNA: India
In a letter to prime minister Manmohan Singh, these citizens have expressed their anguish over the proposals of rejecting 'so called vexatious and frivolous applications'.
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Government asked to initiate dialogue with leftist rebels 20.10.2009 New Kerala: India News
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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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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.
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