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Chemkuri Azad Rajkumar

Talking To Maoists

Aug 04, 2011 Nirmalangshu Mukherji

After the brutal murder of Azad, is there any hope for well-meaning routine calls for “dialogue” and “peace talks”? What can the "civil society" do as a serious, real intervention?

'It Is A Cold Blooded Murder By AP Police'

Jul 04, 2010 CPI (Maoist)

The Maoists issue a press-statement vowing to "take vengeance" for the killings of "Azad (Cherukuri Rajkumar) and com. Hem Pandey".


Arms Over People

Why should the most deprived sections have to lose their lives -- or live miserably -- because of the evil designs of a handful of top Maoist leaders? Examining the myth of Maoists concern for tribal welfare.

Heading For A Bloodbath

Apr 22, 2010 Rohini Hensman

Both sides -- the Maoists and the State -- are waging a dirty war. Between 'the violence of the oppressed' and an often brutal state, a powerful intervention spelling out a practical basis for a durable ceasefire remains elusive.


'Living In A Fool's Paradise'

'Will all those, who write 33-page articles, be allowed to write 33-page articles? Will there be a magazine to publish a 33-page article?' asks the home minister as he reveals that the government is examining whether "special forces" and "aircraft c

22 March, 2010

Blind Destinies

Ajai Sahni

The decisions of outside forces will overwhelmingly determine, as they have for centuries now, the trajectory of violence and the receding possibilities of peace in South Asia


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BJP members pay tribute to 63 feet tall statue of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay on his 105th birth anniversary in Varanasi.

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In this file image, Kamla Bhasin (R), feminist and a social activist launching a book Legal Empowerment of Tibetan Women in Exile during a workshop in Dharamsala, India. Bhasin passed away at the age of 75 after being...

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In this file image, Author Kamla Bhasin, Former Ambassador Ashok Sajjanhar and Amodkanth with Vinita Bakshi during seminar on 'Sex Trafficking of Girls and Women in the Subcontinent' in New Delhi. Bhasin passed away at...

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In this file image, MP Shashi Tharoor felicitated womens rights activist Kamla Bhasin during the Laadli awards in Mumbai. Bhasin passed away at the age of 75 after being diagnosed with cancer.

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In this file image, Kamla Bhasin (R), feminist and a social activist launching a book Legal Empowerment of Tibetan Women in Exile during a workshop in Dharamsala. Bhasin passed away at the age of 75 after being...

Photo by Shyam Sharma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images
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