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#India – The Brechtian choice in the Red Corridor

  Photo: Shailendra Pandey It was a Sunday morning and Om Shanti Om was playing on television. For a tiny shack, the TV was too big – a hideously odd addition. Apart from an old man and two kids sleeping on the… Continue Reading →

Karnataka: 63 percent prisoners in state are under-trials

By Newzfirst Bureau 6/5/13  Delhi/Bangalore – More than 60 percent of the prisoners in various jails across Karnataka state are under-trials. This information was Wednesday given by the State’s chief minister Siddaramaiah in the Chief Ministers’ Conference regarding Internal Security… Continue Reading →

#India – Gandhian activist denied permission to fast over tribal issues

By Newzfirst Correspondent 6/3/13   l New Delhi – In a startling development, the Delhi Police on Monday refused permission to Gandhian activist Himanshu Kumar to hold indefinite fast over tribal issues. In a letter sent by the office of… Continue Reading →

#India -an Appeal From Tribal Activist Himanshu Kumar: On Atrocities, Self Reflection

Posted on: June 2, 2013 -Youth ki Awaaz Translated from Hindi by Akhil Kumar Self-Reflection Fast: How should India Behave With Its Tribal Population Dear friends, A large number of army troops are being sent to the tribal areas to… Continue Reading →

The convenience of labels: Who are the Maoists really?

 Sunday Guardian Tanushree Bhasin  1st Jun 2013 Stills from the film At the Crossroads he real terrorist in our country is the state. The Indian state needs to be put behind bars, not ordinary people,” said a visibly moved audience member… Continue Reading →

#India – The Bloodstained Karmic Cycle #Peru #Guatemala

PTI Target of reprisal The late Mahendra Karma, with guards OPINION The Bloodstained Karmic Cycle To end the Maoist conflict, look to Peru and Guatemala NANDINI SUNDAR in Outlook Any keen observer of Chhattisgarh could have foreseen Saturday’s deadly Maoist attack at… Continue Reading →

Maoists in the jungle, Bhagat Singh in the fields—welcome to India Burning

Spotlight | Sting operation  via ‘Red Ant Dream’ Nandini Ramnath, Live mint  A still from ‘Red Ant Dream’ A few days after a Maoist attack on a Congress party convoy killed at least 27 people, including the founder of the… Continue Reading →

#India- Tribal Affairs Minister cautions against deploying Army to tackle Maoist problem

New Delhi, May 31, 2013 PTI  Tribal Affairs Minister V. Kishore Chandra Deo on Thursday dubbed anti-Maoist militia Salwa Judum as a “sinful strategy,” bringing to the fore apparent differences in the Congress over the approach to Maoists who last week… 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 – “Tribal autonomy answer to Naxalism’’ #Maoists

May 29, 2013 12:30:50 AM | By Pramod Chunchuwar Mumbai : Killing Naxals is not the solution, says the Congress MLA from Gadchiroli, Dr Namdev Usendi, a medical practitioner. On Monday, home minister R R Patil and Shiv Sena leader Uddhav Thackeray had… Continue Reading →

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