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#India – Bastar’s ugly secret: 9,000 girls have been trafficked in the past decade #Vaw

Last November, 60 tribal girls from Chhattisgarh were rescued from a factory in Tamil Nadu. The episode put the spotlight on Bastar’s ugly secret: 9,000 girls have been trafficked in the past decade PRIYANKA KAUSHAL 2014-02-08 , Issue 6 Volume… Continue Reading →

#India – The Brechtian choice in the Red Corridor

  Photo: Shailendra Pandey It was a Sunday morning and Om Shanti Om was playing on television. For a tiny shack, the TV was too big – a hideously odd addition. Apart from an old man and two kids sleeping on the… Continue Reading →

#India – Violence of the Oppressed

Vol – XLVIII No. 23, June 08, 2013 Editorials, EPW The chorus of righteous indignation against Maoist violence has made a comeback. The commercial media has returned to baying for the blood of the “left-wing extremists”. “Why are human rights… Continue Reading →

Chhattisgarh- What will Bastar’s children reap from this bloody war of binaries?

SANJAY RAWAT No kind conflict Tribal kids have no escape from the red war GROUND ZERO An Ill Sowing Festival What will Bastar’s children reap from this bloody war of binaries? SUPRIYA SHARMA, in Outlook A few hundred metres short of… Continue Reading →

Empower tribals or it will get worse: Ex-DG, BSF

Commissioned in the Indian Police Service in 1965, EN Rammohan holds wide-ranging experience of fighting insurgency in Assam as well as Nagaland as the head of the Border Security Force (BSF) in a long career. In an interview with Tehelka Editor-at-Large Ajit Sahi,… Continue Reading →

Chhattisgarh home minister blames ‘stars’ for crime against women #WTFnews #Vaw

PTI | Jan 8, 2013, 01.38 PM IST RAIPUR: Facing flak for the Kanker rape case, Chhattisgarh home minister Nanki Ram Kanwar has landed himself in a spot by saying that crimes against women were happening as their stars were in adverse positions, a… Continue Reading →

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