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Archive of entries posted on April 2009

“Unwell Indian doctor remains in jail” – Amnesty International

[Source URL] 28 April 2009 The year-long trial of Indian human rights activist Dr Binayak Sen suffered another delay on Monday, further prolonging the doctor’s unjust stay in jail. Dr Sen’s trial has been adjourned for a month. Also, he continues to be deprived of specialist medical care at a place of his choice, despite [...]

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Pune Citizens Write to Advani

Express News Service Posted: Apr 28, 2009 at 0235 hrs Pune ‘The doctor appointed by the court has recommended that Sen should be sent to CMC Vellore for heart treatment’ People from various walks of life in Pune on Monday issued an open letter to L K Advani, Prime Ministerial candidate of the Bharatiya Janata [...]

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NDTV on the Bail Petition of Binayak Sen

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The chargesheet against Dr. Sen bears resemblance to a page torn from Kafka

Countercurrents.org, 27 April, 2009 Dr. Binayak Sen’s Unjust Imprisonment by Aseem Shrivastava “How many does it take to metamorphose wickedness into righteousness? “One man must not kill. If he does it is murder. Two, ten, one hundred men, acting on their own responsibility, must not kill. If they do, it is still murder. But a [...]

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An outstanding son of India has languished in jail for two years

Hindustan Times, April 27, 2009 A fatal cure by Dilip D’Souza Been thinking of doctors of late. First, some budding doctors at a medical college in Tanda, Himachal Pradesh. In the middle of learning about anatomy and disease and healing and whatever else prospective doctors study, these young men took a break. I mean, sure, [...]

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