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Sedition Law Is Anachronistic- Ved Pratap Vaidik , Binayak Sen or Arundhati Roy

Several perfectly honourable men and women have been charged with sedition PRADYOT LAL 2014-07-26 , Issue 30 Volume 11 He may be controversial. He may also be an aide of the equally controversial yoga guru Baba Ramdev. But does that mean… Continue Reading →

#India – PUDR , Binayak Sen, condemn killing of Chhattisgarh journalist by Maoists

Express News Service : Raipur, Thu Dec 26 2013, The Peoples Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) condemned Wednesday the killing of journalist Sai Reddy by Maoists in Bijapur district of Bastar region earlier this month. In a statement, the PUDR slammed… Continue Reading →

‘Guilt by association’ to SIMI just one example, communities demonised on ascribed identity: Dr Binayak Sen

   7 November 2013 – 6:33pm   By M Reyaz, TwoCircles.net, New Delhi: The Jamia Teachers’ Solidarity Association (JTSA) today released its report on cases of ‘Guilt by Association’ on the arbitrary detentions under the draconian Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act… Continue Reading →

#India – Not only me but thousands booked under Sedition law: Binayak Sen

Zee News Last Updated: Friday, October 18, 2013, 17:53 Ahmedabad: Activist Binayak Sen, who is out on bail in a sedition case, on Friday indicated that the draconian law is being misused and thousands of people have already become victims… Continue Reading →

Irom Sharmila – The Iron Lady produced before court #AFSPA

Add Media Written by Manipur Times Assam tribune  and Manipur times IMPHAL, July 23 – Manipur’s Iron Lady Irom Chanu Sharmila who has been in prison since 2000 for being on an indefinite fast protesting the controversial anti-terror law was… Continue Reading →

Nandini Sundar on – Media’s Need for Whipping Boys

Saturday, June 1, 2013 On the Media‘s Need for Whipping Boys I am sick to death of TV panel discussions which ask whether human rights activists are soft on the Maoists, romanticise the Maoists and so on. Why doesn’t someone… Continue Reading →

Remembering Mahendra Karma- Two Roads Parted In The Woods

Two Roads Parted In The Woods Remembering Mahendra Karma, the founder of Salwa Judum, who was killed by Maoists on 25 May 2013 Himanshu Kumar in Tehelka File Photo: Mahendra Karma, center, lawmaker and founder of Salwa Judum, the government-supported… Continue Reading →

#India – Custodial Torture – Tailor, Farmer, Bootlegger, and many young men #mustread

The Hell Of Living Souls A tailor. A farmer. A bootlegger. Often just young men going about their day. brutally tortured, then acquitted. G Vishnu captures the impunity with which this happens. And why society needs to react G VISHNU , Tehelka… Continue Reading →

Asserting Freedom, Celebrating Resistance: New Year 2013 at Kudankulam #Videos

Anushka Meenakshi, a Chennai-based supporter and film-maker, has recorded 7 interviews with people who returned from Idinthakarai [youtube=http://youtu.be/BfXDOgYXsf0] [youtube=http://youtu.be/wQYpG3zn360] [youtube=http://youtu.be/GbEd1u37yzU] [youtube=http://youtu.be/FEx_z6kZG-o] [youtube=http://youtu.be/Dihjf2isE80] [youtube=http://youtu.be/SDZ6YM2cNZI] [youtube=http://youtu.be/xKWLEwcIkx8] Related articles Urgent Release – Kudankulam New Year event (kractivist.wordpress.com) Invite to Kudankulam to Celebrate the… Continue Reading →

#India-Villagers Wail Against Nuclear Power

By K. S. Harikrishnan , IPS Fishermen and their families protesting against the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant. Credit K. S. Harikrishnan/IPS KUDANKULAM, India, Jan 6 2013 (IPS) – Mahalakshmi, a housewife married to a farmer, is afraid for her family’s future…. Continue Reading →

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