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Archive of entries posted on May 2009

Bail for Binayak – Law must be used with care

The Tribune, May 27, 2009 Editorial THE Supreme Court, which had earlier refused to give him any relief, has allowed Dr Binayak Sen to be released on bail on a personal bond which in a way amounts to an acknowledgment of the accused’s public standing as well as a rejection of the prosecution’s stand. The [...]

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Freed Binayak fears threat to life

From: The Hindu, May 27, 2009 “Movement against violence will continue” Salwa Judum remains a major threat to peace I’ve to pay some attention to health Raipur: Rights activist Binayak Sen, who was granted bail by the Supreme Court, walked free from the jail here on Tuesday after two years of incarceration. Coming out of [...]

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Civil rights activist Binayak Sen gets bail

From The Times of India 25 May 2009, 1156 hrs IST, Times News Network & Agencies NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday granted bail to civil rights activist Binayak Sen, who has been lodged in a Raipur jail for over two years under unproven charges of links with Maoists in Chhattisgarh. He has been [...]

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Breaking News: Binayak Sen Granted Bail – should be released by the evening – 25 May 2009

news received from binayaksen.net

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Ilina Sen’s letter to India’s Prime Minister on 19 May 2009

Source: Rediff.com

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