The government can throw the rulebook at anyone for sharing inconvenient truths and wait as they spend weeks, months and even years to legally get out of a quagmire Nandini Sundar appears to have had a Binayak Sen pulled on her. You may recall the ... Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
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The Burning Forest: A significant work on Bastar that weighs both violence and idealism behind the rebellion
Bastar is a collective failure A major reason that the Maoists, who entered Bastar from Andhra Pradesh in 1980s, could make the forested zone their headquarters was their grasp of tribal life, particularly the class struggle among communities.Financial Express, 6 days ago
The 'Cinema of Resistance' movement began in 2006 as a protest against glitzy film festivals. The CoR festivals were planned as a set of events―without mega-sponsors and mega-stars―across the country. They have been small, funded solely by ...TheWeek, 3 weeks ago
RAIPUR: Bastar police might invoke the provisions of controversial Chhattisgarh Special Public Security Act 2005, a stringent law, and interrogate Delhi University professor and activist Nandini Sundar, JNU professor Archana Prasad, CPI (Marxist) ...Times of India, 3 weeks ago
A live, unsettling mirror of India's failings as a nation in the Chhattisgarh conflict. Illustration by Anirban Ghosh Read this: "Forty-year-old Madvi Bajare was ill so he and his wife Subbi could not run away when the forces came. Bajare's ...India Today, 1 month ago
By Vinod Kumar Menon| Posted 26 minutes ago Seized CPI-Maoist booklet says the three — who have a combined 100 years of public service in Gadchiroli — are being targeted by the security forces; they in turn deny anything is untoward Dr ...Mid Day, 1 month ago
SINGUR :Dynamites were used on the Nano land in Singur on Friday to break up the concrete foundation of the unfinished factory sheds in a bid to make the deserted industry land suitable for farming. The explosion and excessive smoke brought ...Times of India, 2 months ago
Sedition or defamation cases cannot be slapped on anyone criticising the government, the Supreme Court today said in a clear message. "Someone making a statement to criticise the government does not invoke an offence under sedition or defamation law. We have ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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