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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 →

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 →

Red Ant Dream – #FilmReview #Sundayreading

HEAVEN ON EARTH By MOHAMAD JUNAID,   FILM REVIEW — RED ANT DREAM BY SANJAY KAK   It is war for earth, to maintain the earth as heaven, if not to create a new heaven on earth. In an age of pervasive… Continue Reading →

Protests against Afzal Guru’s hanging at Jantar Mantar, 21 detained

| GAUTAM NAVLAKHAS FACE SMEARED BLACK BY BAJRANG DAL GOONS   Muhammad Zulqarnain Zulfi : New Delhi, Sat Feb 09 2013, 1 Delhi police lathicharge protestors at Jantar Mantar, demonstrating against the hanging of Afzal Guru and detained at least… Continue Reading →

Citizens’ Statement on the arrest of Journalist Kazmi

March 10th, 2012, New Delhi The undersigned condemn the arrest of senior journalist Syed Mohammad Kazmi by the Delhi Police Special Cell in connection with the attack on Israeli diplomat last month. Mr. Kazmi’s arrest is reminiscent of the arrest… Continue Reading →

Documentary on Kashmir secretly screened at Presidency

  Ananya Dutta, 9th FEb 2012, The  Hindu In a dark anteroom of the Presidency University canteen here, a handful of students huddled around a screen on Wednesday watching Jashn-e-Azadi, Sanjay Kak‘s 2007 documentary on Kashmir that was not allowed… Continue Reading →

Censorship at Symbiosis: See no Kashmir, hear no Kashmir, speak no Kashmir

By Shivam Vij For the past four years, a handful of Kashmiri Pandits and right-wing activists have shut down numerous screenings of Sanjay Kak’s Jashn-e-Azadi: How We Celebrate Freedom (2007). The most recent cancellation by Symbiosis College of Arts and… Continue Reading →

Memorial to a Genocide (Gujarat 2002 – 2012) Feb 27

Change of Date Due to All Trade Union Bandh on February 28, 2012 Society, Ahmedabad  February 27, 2012 2 p.m. onwards How do we commemorate such a cataclysmic series of violences, lives torn asunder, narratives of depth and despair, callousness… Continue Reading →

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