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Ultra-Left activist Varavara Rao: 'What kind of democracy is India today?'
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Ultra-Left activist Varavara Rao: 'What kind of democracy is I...

All the people's movements over the last 50 years have borne the shadow of the upsurge triggered at Naxalbari village in West Bengal in 1967. Things have changed, but the soul of Naxalism lives on in different forms at different places. This was underlined by ... catchnews.com, 2 months ago

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Controversy erupts over lecture in Mumbai

Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh refuses to 'retreat in the face of threats'. Jyoti Punwani reports.   Will the 9th Anuradha Ghandy memorial lecture be held on Friday, October 13? "Of course," says Narendra Wable, president, Mumbai Marathi Patrakar Sangh, the venue of the lecture. "If we retreat in the face of threats, then who will stand up?" On the other side, Vinay Joshi, convenor of the Legal Rights Observatory, is certain the lecture won't be held. "We are sure the police will declare ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Body of man from Darjeeling found hanged near river in Raj

The body of a 23-year-old man from Darjeeling was found hanging from a tree near the Chambal river in Gulabpura area today, police said.Paasang Pamang, a resident of Bhanugram in Naxalbari, is likely to have committed suicide, Assistant Sub-Inspector Fariyad ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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The Scotsman who loves India

'You have to separate the concept of India as a nation State which is very young and the Upanishadic wisdom which is timeless.' In the second part of his conversation with Rediff.com's Archana Masih at his home in Mussoorie, Bill Aitken speaks about spending over a decade in ashrams in the Himalayas, learning Hindi, the regard for a guru and love for a maharani -- and glorious journeys that changed his life forever. Part I: The Scotsman who knows India better than many of us   ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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