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#India -‘Tribals turn extremists because states are too busy making money from land’

 Down to Earth Author(s): Sonum Gayatri M… Date:Jun 13, 2013 The world’s largest democracy is facing a surge in tribal uprisings. The recent killings of Mahendra Karma and other Congress leaders in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh  has prompted the government to address… Continue Reading →

Maoist violence is not a mere law and order problem: Tribal Affairs minister

Deo said the government needs to be sensible about development in tribal areas, rather than allowing industries to exploit the rich natural resources of these areas Nupur Sonar June 10, 2013 More by the author > The mangled remains of… Continue Reading →

#India – Face to Face: Kishore Chandra Deo, Union Mininster for Tribal Affairs and Panchayati Raj

  Akash Bisht Delhi A five-time MP from Araku (ST) constituency of Andhra Pradesh, Kishore Chand Deowas first elected to the Lok Sabha way back in 1977. He also served one term in the Rajya Sabha and was a member of… Continue Reading →

#India- Dealing with Maoists

The Maoists want a military conflict as it brings more adivasis into their fold. The Indian state‘s best bet is in ensuring that it wins over the aam adivasis to its side. CHITRANGADA CHOUDHURY, AJAY DANDEKAR, Outlook May 25th’s condemnable attack… Continue Reading →

Press Release – Unending Spiral of Violence: Darbha

PEOPLE’S UNION FOR DEMOCRATIC RIGHTS PRESS RELEASE 31st May 2013 Unending Spiral of Violence: Darbha The People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) notes with concern the sad loss of 30 lives in the Maoist attack on the “Parivartan Rally” of Congress… Continue Reading →

Naxalism in Chhattisgarh is a fallout of Salwa Judum: Tribal Affairs Minister

By ET Bureau | 30 May, 2013,   READ MORE ON » tribal affairs minister | Shivraj Patil | Salwa Judum | Naxalism | massacre | Kishore Chandra Deo |Jairam Ramesh   What you have seen in Bastar over the last two weeks – starting with Sarkeguda and then this massacre –… Continue Reading →

#India – Salwa Judum’s record: 99 allegations of rape, not a single FIR

by Pallavi Polanki , First Post When the Supreme Court in 2011 banned the Salwa Judum, a state-sponsored tribal militia propped up to counter Maoists in Chhattisgarh, it ordered the state government to investigate and register FIRs against all alleged criminal activities… Continue Reading →

Villagers’ bid to decide Vedanta project fate puts Niyamgiri hills on radar

By Nitin Sethi, TNN | 10 May, 2013   NEW DELHI: The villages of DongriyaKondhtribals around Odisha‘sNiyamgiri hills are set to become a flash point again, with the Centre and the state government along with civil society groups planning to converge on the site of… Continue Reading →

#India- Shut all mines in tribal areas

DNA Special Tuesday, Apr 9, 2013, 3:00 IST | Place: New Delhi | Agency: DNA Iftikhar Gilani Tribal minister shoots letter to 9 guvs seeking cancellation of leases. Union tribal affairs minister V Kishore Chandra Deo has asked governors of… Continue Reading →

#India- National Commission for Scheduled Tribes puts Governors in the docks

Governors in the dock   Author(s): Jitendra, downtoearth Issue Date: Apr 15, 2013 Tribals in Jharkhand protest for land rights. Conflicts are growing in tribal areas ( photo credit: ARVIND YADAV / CSE) They turn a blind eye to laws overriding… Continue Reading →

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