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ABVP activists ‘beat up’ students of FTII for inviting KKM artistes #WTFnews

Express news service : Pune, Thu Aug 22 2013, The police with injured FTII student Shriram Raja at Joshi Hospital The National Film Archives of India (NFIA) on Wednesday evening witnessed a ruckus as a group ABVP activists allegedly thrashed students… Continue Reading →

Resist Silent Emergency!-‘People’s Hearing on FABRICATED CASES’-Sept28-29

Dear Friends, Sub: Invitation to a ‘PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES’ Venue: Constitution Club, New Delhi Dates: September 28 – 29, 2012, Friday, Saturday. The nightmare of the infamous Emergency of Mrs. Indira Gandhi was supposed to be over in… Continue Reading →

Resist Silent Emergency!-‘People’s Hearing on FABRICATED CASES’-Sept28-29

Dear Friends, Sub: Invitation to a ‘PEOPLE’S HEARING ON FABRICATED CASES’ Venue: Constitution Club, New Delhi Dates: September 28 – 29, 2012, Friday, Saturday. The nightmare of the infamous Emergency of Mrs. Indira Gandhi was supposed to be over in… Continue Reading →

The land of Chup

In May 2011, members of Kabir Kala Manch (KKM), a group of Dalit protest singers and poets from Pune, were accused by the police of being Naxalites. Two KKM members have been in prison for more than a year, while… Continue Reading →

India’s uncomfortable truths on film

Sukhdev Sandhu guardian.co.uk, Friday 8 June 2012 A look at the career of revolutionary Indian documentary film-maker Anand Patwardhan Police at a demonstration in India (from the film Jai Bhim Comrade) Photograph: Anand Patwardhan Anand Patwardhan, whose work will be… Continue Reading →

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