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#Sundayreading – From the Pen of the Resistance : The Lalgarh Uprising

[This is a book review, written by Bernard D’Mello, that was published in EPW. For obtaining a copy of the book, please contact us : communications [at] sanhati [dot] com -Ed] Letters from Lalgarh by the People’s Committee Against Police Atrocities, edited and translated by… Continue Reading →

#India – Living n the shadow of Police State #Torture

HARISH NAMBIAR Returned to life But who will compensate the time and honour lost for Nambi Narayanan, Mathew Samuel and Arun Ferreira? Indian criminal law is a colonial relic, with little sympathy for the citizen. We need our own version… Continue Reading →

Arun Ferreira – Torture and Human Rights Violations of Political Prisoners

  Vivek BendreArun Ferreira after his release from Nagpur Central Jail on February 4. ARUN FERREIRA was neither a firebrand activist nor a rabble-rouser. Rather, he was known for his work among the poor and the marginalised. So his arrest in 2007… Continue Reading →

Tribal Activist – Soni Sori’s Torture By The Chhattisgarh Police #Justice4sonisori #Vaw

This Video Testimony Of  Will Send Shivers Down Your Spine!    February 19, 2014 By Sanika Prabhu: On February 7th 2014, the Supreme Court of India, after keeping Soni Sori on interim bail for over two months on charges of being an alleged… Continue Reading →

Tribal Teacher Soni Sori speaks on #Chhattisgarh #Vaw after her Bail

Want to work for women who have faced police atrocities: tribal activist Soni Sori All India | Written by Ketki Angre | Updated: February 08, 2014 Soni Sori, a tribal teacher from Dantewada in Chhattisgarh, wants to return to her hometown. New Delhi:  Soni… Continue Reading →

#India- Custodial Death of a Bangladeshi youth in illegal detention

  6th February 2014   To The Chairman National Human Rights Commission Faridkot House Copernicus Marg New Delhi– 110001   Respected Sir,   We hereby lodge this complaint in the matter of the victim Mr. Prabal Chandra Roy (deceased), aged about-26… Continue Reading →

“We called for help and they killed our son”: Out-of-control police overreach meets extreme secrecy

  “We called for help and they killed our son”: Out-of-control police overreach meets extreme secrecy Many watchdogs believe the police are killing more innocent Americans than ever. But here’s why they can’t be sure David Mizner  (Credit: Reuters/Philip Andrews)… Continue Reading →

Letter from Prashant Rahi from Nagpur prison on Torture, and Appeal for Campaign Against UAPA

By Prashant Rahi Authors note: ALL QUERIES ABOUT MY LEGAL ISSUES AND NEEDS BE DIRECTED TO MY ADVOCATE SHIV PRASAD SINGH, WHO IS AVAILABLE AT : Tel. +918303481839; Email : shivpsingh@gmail.com – PRASHANT RAHI Dated : January 07, 2014 Dear friends,… Continue Reading →

Irom Sharmila: 10 reasons why we should support her #AFSPA

by Sonam Mittal “If you stand for nothing, you’ll fall for anything”- Alexander Hamilton Irom Shormila 1. Irom Sharmila has been on hunger strike since November 2000, surpassing other fasts undertaken by Mahatma Gandhi or Anna Hazare. M. K. Gandhi undertook 17 fasts… Continue Reading →

Scars of Sri Lanka

Scars of Sri Lanka Despite government claims of peace, torture and abductions continue to be used to stifle ethnic and political dissent. The civil war in Sri Lanka ended in 2009 with the victory of President Rajapaksa‘s forces over the… Continue Reading →

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