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Saranda Action Plan mockery for six villages

Jaideep Deogharia, TNN | May 18, 2012, NOAMUNDI (SARANDA): Patras Nag is probably the most educated man in Cherwalor village in Saranda. A village that is non-existent on the government revenue map along with five other has not seen any form of… Continue Reading →

Police Brutality in Latehar

By Gladson Dungdung JharkhandMirror Sylvester Minj in Hospital On 2nd May, 2012, it was 5 O’clock in the evening. We entered into the general ward of Orthopedics Department of the Rajendra Institute of Medical Sciences (RIMS), Ranchi. After a long search,… Continue Reading →

Immediate Release – Fact-finding visit to Jharkhand

COORDINATION OF DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS ORGANISATIONS (CDRO) PRESS RELEASE 30TH March 2012 JHARKHAND FACT-FINDING: 26th to 30th March 2012 A 17 member team of civil liberties and democratic rights organisations from Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, Manipur, UP, Uttarakhand, Maharashtra, Jharkhand visited 3… Continue Reading →

Future Of Naxalism: India Needs To Stay Alert – Analysis

Written by: Dr. Bibhu Prasad Routray February 12, 2012 The recent assessment by author Jan Myrdal that the Left-Wing extremist (Naxalite) movement in India is headed nowhere, is bound to come as a shot-in-the-arm for the Indian state. Coming from… Continue Reading →

Complaint on killing of innocent villager by CRPF in Latehar, Jharkhand

To, Mr. Satyabrata Pal, Honble Member, The National Human Rights Commission, Faridcourt House, Copernicus Marge, New Delhi-1 Sub: For investigation and necessary action on a case of brutal killing of an innocent villager Mr. Lucas Minj by the CRPF and… Continue Reading →

India: Authorities should investigate the custodial death of Adivasi youth in Chhattisgarh

    AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL -PUBLIC STATEMENT  AI Index: ASA 20/003/2012 18 January 2012 India: Authorities should investigate the custodial death of Adivasi youth in Chhattisgarh The Indian authorities should order a prompt, impartial and independent investigation into the custodial torture… Continue Reading →

Adivasi dies in police custody in Chhattisgarh

New Delhi,  Jan 16, 2012-Aman Sethi, The Hindu On the day that Chief Minister Raman Singh addressed a public gathering to mark the creation of a separate Sukma district distinct from southern Chhattisgarh‘s Maoist affected Dantewada, a custodial death in… Continue Reading →

Naxalite dies in police custody, 4 cops suspended in Chhattisgarh

United News of India Jagdalpur, January 14, 2012A suspected Naxalite died in Sukma district of Chhattisgarh late last night and four police officials were later suspended in connection with the incident, police said. While police claimed that the man hanged… Continue Reading →

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