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Free barefoot doctor, say Nobel winners 13.5.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Twenty two laureates urge Indian PM to quash terror charges of human rights activist who gave medicine to rebels in jail
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Salwa judum to stay: Police 13.5.2008 Asian Age: India
By SUDHIR K. SINGH Bhopal, May 12: Chhattisgarh DGP Vishwa Ranjan has made it quite clear that the spontaneous people-led anti-Maoist drive, salwa judum, was there to stay regardless of the shrill campaign launched by its detractors. Human rights bodies were making a concerted effort to discredit the popular movement with the help of their worldwide network without caring a fig for the country’s national interest. A Nobel Peace Prize winner had written to the Prime Minister seeking the release of a naxalite sympathiser Binayak Sen, who is currently being tried in court under various provisions of the Indian Penal Code, Unlawful Activities Act and the Chhattisgarh People’s Security Act. Both the Supreme Court and the high court had summarily ...
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Nobel laureates seek release of Binayak Sen 13.5.2008 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Nobel Prize winners from across the world have appealed to India to free human rights activist Binayak Sen on humanitarian grounds to enable him to receive the Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights in Washington on ...
Health, development and human rights 13.5.2008 Hindu: Opinion
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Chhattisgarh has lost the plot 13.5.2008 Hindu: Opinion
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बिनायक सेन की रिहाई की अपील 12.5.2008 BBC-Hindi: India
दुनिया भर से नोबल पुरस्कार विजेताओं ने भारत के प्रधानमंत्री और राष्ट्रपति को पत्र लिख कर मानवाधिकार कार्यकर्ता बिनायक सेन की रिहाई की अपील की है.
Call to set free rights activist 12.5.2008 BBC South Asia
A group of Nobel laureates appeal to India to release jailed human rights activist Binayak Sen.
Nobel appeal to free jailed doctor 12.5.2008 ndtv.national
There has been a massive show of international support for Dr Binayak Sen who is currently in a jail in Raipur in Chhattisgarh.
Nobel laureates want activist freed 12.5.2008 TOI: India
Twenty-two Nobel laureates have called for the release of health activist Binayak Sen from prison so that he could receive in person an "international honour that will be bestowed for the first time on a citizen of India".
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A social problem 4.5.2008 Hindustan Times: Views
Apropos of Dilip Simeon’s article No quick fixes, please (April 29), Salwa Judum was started to support the police and the CRPF in combating internal insurgency.
Rights group seeks fair trial for doctor in Chhattisgarh 3.5.2008 DNA: India
Human Rights Watch, the well-known New York-based rights group, has pitched in for fair trial for Chhattisgarh's social activist Binayak Sen
Trial begins against rights activist Binayak Sen 1.5.2008 New Kerala: India News
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Trial begins against activist Binayak Sen 1.5.2008 DNA: India
A court here has begun a four-day trial of physician and rights activist Binayak Sen, who has been charged by police on several counts, including conspiracy and treason.
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No quick fixes, please 28.4.2008 Hindustan Times: Views
If our leaders believe vigilante groups like the Salwa Judum will curb insurgency, they are mistaken. Dilip Simeon examines...
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Doctor in jail honoured with Jonathan Mann Award 27.4.2008 CNN-IBN: India
PROUD MOMENT: Dr Binayak Sen has been given the 2008 Jonathan Mann award The 2008 Jonathan Mann is an award for global health and human rights.
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Panel demands fair trial for Binayak Sen 25.4.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: With human rights activist and public health specialist Binayak Sen winning the Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights, members of the National Committee for the Release of Binayak Sen demanded a fair trial and his ...
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A lesson in statecraft, from Nepal to India 25.4.2008 Hindu: Opinion
While Nepal’s erstwhile ruling parties are building peace with their Maoists, India is stuck with the disastrous Salwa Judum. If the Indian Maoists have something to learn from their Nepali comrades, the same is true of the Indian establishment as well.
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A lesson in statecraft, from Nepal to India 25.4.2008 Hindu: Opinion
While Nepal’s erstwhile ruling parties are building peace with their Maoists, India is stuck with the disastrous Salwa Judum. If the Indian Maoists have something to learn from their Nepali comrades, the same is true of the Indian establishment as well.
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Jailed rights activist gets global award 24.4.2008 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen, who is in jail for the past one year for his alleged links with naxalites, has become the first south Asian to win the prestigious Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights. The Global ...
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Jailed rights activist gets global award 24.4.2008 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Civil rights activist Binayak Sen, who is in jail for the past one year for his alleged links with naxalites, has become the first south Asian to win the prestigious Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights. The ...
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