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#India -Talk of rights and become the enemy of the State

Fault lines: Monday, 16 June 2014 – 9:49am IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA RNA Research & Archives In a milieu where bedlam and mutual suspicion hold discourse to ransom, it is difficult not only to find voices of… Continue Reading →

Corporate-State Corruption in India

  Friday, 02 May 2014 12:15 By Graham Peebles LIE, CHEAT AND STEAL Since Independence (1947) endemic corruption has been part and parcel of daily life in India. The scale of corruption is immense, the cost to the country staggering; according to Global… Continue Reading →

#India – The State Manufactures Terrorism says K P Sasi #Sundayreading

by Aditya Nigam An Interview with activist-film-maker, K.P. SASI KP Sasi K.P. Sasi is a well-known social activist and filmmaker.  In his several decades of activism, he has been associated with a number of social movements ranging from anti-globalisation and anti-nuclear movement… Continue Reading →

#India – The Communal Violence Bill must become a Law

Priyanka Chaturvedi Tuesday, 22 October 2013 18:49 In 1989, Rajiv Gandhi government brought the Scheduled Castes and Schedules Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act to prevent atrocities against scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.  The Act was passed because the normal provisions… Continue Reading →

#India – New state of poverty #Telengana

Author: Richard Mahapatra , down to earth Posted on: 14 Aug, 2013 It’s time we acknowledged ecological impoverishment as one of the poverty indicators Source: Prashant Ravi On the face of it, the release of India’s latest poverty estimate and the decision to… Continue Reading →

Flames fan out in Karbi Anglong – after Telengana, Exclusive Pics

The photos have been shot by Milton Terang- ,you can contact him at [email protected], if you want to use the pcitures Milton says- The sad story is that the provision for creation of a state for Karbi Anglong had already been… Continue Reading →

Autonomy for tribal communities in central India #indigenousrights

The Hindu : June 18, 2013 Right place, wrong arrangement Sonum Gayatri Malhotra,  Moving governance of tribal areas in central India from the Fifth to the Sixth Schedule will help address the demand for autonomy (Sonum Gayatri Malhotra is with… Continue Reading →

#India – Tribal land is Eklavya’s thumb, Dronacharya, the State is demanding as the price for ‘development’

There can also be an alternative universe PK Vijayan and Karen Gabriel June 12, 2013, Hindustan Times Mahendra Karma engineered Salwa Judum (SJ), a vigilante tribal group hired and armed by the State-corporate land and mining nexus to exterminate tribals… Continue Reading →

#India – Why Salwa Judum was held Unconstitutional by Supreme Court

  Excerpts from NANDINI SUNDAR & ORS. VERSUS STATE OF CHATTISGARH   What is ominous, and forebodes grave danger to the security and unity of this nation, the welfare of all of our people, and the sanctity of our constitutional… Continue Reading →

Download Report- Critical Observations on the Implementation FRA #Mustshare

The very enactment of the historic Forest Rights Act, 2006 by the Indian Parliament in the country after the 60 years of India’s independence is a landmark constitutional reform. Campaign for Survival and Dignity (CSD) played a vital role in… Continue Reading →

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