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The Hindu: WB, Orissa, Jharkand, Bihar Governments to Collaborate on Anti-Maoist Drive

The blueprint for the joint security operations in the naxal-affected States will be chalked out soon by senior officials of the West Bengal government in consultation with officials of Bihar, Jharkhand and Orissa.

 

I see a lot of headlines about this.  Where are the headlines about joint collaboration on economic regional planning or social regional planning?  Is it the media not writing about it or is it simply not happening to the extent that it should?

Sanhati.com: Stop India's Civil War Against Poor People

By: on 8 Nov 2009

This is a guestpost from Sanhati (www.sanhati.com), a collective of activists/academics who have been working in solidarity with peoples’ movements in India by providing information and analysis, took the initiative to bring together voices from around the world against the Government of India’s planned military offensive in Central India.

Tehelka Chronicles Lalgarh Violence, Offering Preview of What's To Come

Tehelka offers an in depth look with multiple perspectives on the state violence in Lalgarh, West Bengal, and its implications.  Among the most disturbing aspects of what they write about is how the release of anyone remotely accused of Maoism, whether or not there is any truth to the notion, is increasingly politically verboten.  Coming on the heels of the much belated release of Binayak Sen and the announcement of a very large escalation of the Indian government's attempts to eliminate 'Maoism', it seems to me that the silent war on the poor and disempowered has shifte

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