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Ghandy ends hunger strike

Kobad Ghandy, the 68-year-old undertrial lodged in Tihar Jail here, called off his hunger strike on Friday soon after a court ordered the jail authorities to provide him easier access to The Hindu, 1 month ago
Kobad on hunger strike in Tihar Times of India, 2 months ago

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'Naxalite' Kobad Ghandy on indefinite hunger strike inside Tihar Jail

Kobad Ghandy, accused of being a Naxalite and under arrest since 2009, has gone on indefinite hunger strike at the capital's Tihar Jail to protest against alleged harassment by authorities.
 Zee News2 months ago `Naxalite` Kobad Ghandy starts indefinite hunger inside Tihar Jail  Zee News2 months ago `Naxalite` Kobad Ghandy on indefinite hunger strike inside Tihar Jail  NewsR.in2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

A war and its crimes

Kobad Ghandy being taken into police custody, New Delhi, 2009 The author is Professor Emeritus, Centre for Economic Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi I have little ideological sympathy for the Maoists. I believe that the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Ghandy on fast in Tihar against harassment

In his six years of detention, Kobad Ghandy, an undertrial prisoner in the Tihar jail, accused of being affiliated with the Communist Party of India (Maoist), wrote 12 letters to the
 The Hindu2 months ago

Letter to Friends and Relatives from Tihar Jail-3

The following letter reached us late. We are thus belatedly publishing it for the benefit of our readersin general and Kobad Ghandy's friends and relatives in particular. This is to thank you all ever so much for the support you rendered, in so (...) - 2015 ...
 Mainstream2 weeks ago

Respect Rights of Political Prisoners

COMMUNICATION Serious concern was expressed recently by the judiciary at the serious health problems faced by political prisoners like Kobad Ghandy and G.N. Saibaba. First court orders were given for ending numerous harassments caused to Kobad (...) - 2015 ...
 Mainstream1 week ago
Indian Express

The Barsi excess

. (Source: Express Archives) A little magazine from Mumbai was the only national publication in India to carry a story on the excesses of Sanjay Gandhi's pet mass sterilisation programme at the height of the Emergency, defying the government's ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

Tihar Jail's security breached: Lt Governor Najeeb Jung orders probe, Centre seeks report

Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: In a daring jailbreak, two undertrials dug a tunnel in the country's most secure prison, Tihar jail, and managed to escape. While one of the convict Faizan was caught, Javed is still at large, as per news reports. Delhi ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago Tihar Jail's 3-tier security breached; two undertrials dig tunnel to escape, 1 caught  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Two undertrials dig tunnel to escape from Tihar Jail, 1 caught, another still at large  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Tihar undertrials dig tunnel, scale walls in daring prison break  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
Millennium Post

Tihar authorities protocol defence has hollow ring

The Tihar Jail authorities on Wednesday came up with a meek defence on charges levelled by 68-year-old Naxalite ideologue Kobad Ghandy. An alumnus of Doon School and St Stephen's College, Ghandy was arrested in 2009 on charges sedition for being a ...
 Millennium Post2 months ago
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