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Binayak Sen, A victim of resource conflict in Chhattisgarh

A presentation was made for the Free Binayak Sen Campaign in Hyderabad (India) on 30 January 2011 by Sagar Dhara. The presentation says that Chhattisgarh is a state which has intense resource conflicts are happening with corporates wanting to get at the minerals and the tribals saying they want their homelands promised to them. In [...]

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‘Binayak Sen Verdict: Life Imprisonment for Democracy?’: report on a convention at Delhi University

Around 500 students from DU, JNU, Jamia Millia Islamia and IIMC attented a Convention on Binayak Sen and State repression organised by the All India Students’ Association (AISA) on 19th January 2011 at the Arts Faculty, Delhi University. Among those who addressed the Convention were Harbans Mukhia, Nandini Sundar, Prashant Bhushan, Jean Dreze, Achin Vanaik, [...]

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30 January 2011 National Call for protest against Binayak Sen’s incarceration and the law on sedition

NATIONAL CALL 30th January : Martyrs Day : Protest Day against Binayak Sen’s incarceration and the law on sedition Hum Sab Binayak Sen, Hum Sab Jail Jayenge, Agar Sach Bolna Rajdroh hai, toh hum Sab Rajdrohi hai” We all are Binayak Sen, We all will go to Jail IF speaking the truth is seditious then [...]

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Amnesty International will hand over thousands of signatures demanding justice for Dr Binayak Sen at the Indian Consulate in Edinburgh

Amnesty International Scots protest at ‘politically motivated’ life sentence for Indian doctor Posted: 17 January 2011 Photo opportunity: Amnesty to hand over thousands of signatures demanding justice for Dr Binayak Sen Where: Indian Consulate, 17 Rutland Square, Edinburgh EH1 2BB When: 1-1.30pm, Wednesday 19 January. Amnesty International will hand over thousands of signatures demanding justice [...]

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Dr Binayak Sen: Gandhian With A Stethoscope

Hardnewsmedia.com, 12 January, 2011 By Amit Sengupta No sophistry, no jugglery in figures can explain away the evidence that the skeletons in many villages present to the naked eye. I have no doubt whatsoever that both England and the town dwellers of India will have to answer, if there is a God above, for this [...]

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