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Maruti Workers' Right to Protest

Imaan Khan, an active member of the provisional working committee, Maruti Suzuki Workers Union (MSWU), was picked up by the Haryana police on the morning of 24 January 2013, just before a press conference of the union was to begin from outside the union office of Sarva Karmachari Sangh in Civil...

War Crimes

The People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) deplores the bestial deeds of the two warring sides in Latehar district of Jharkhand during the early hours of 8 January 2013. Mutilating the body of a dead person is unacceptable under any circumstance. To do so in war on the body of a dead combatant...

Welcome Report on Kashmir

People’s Union for Democratic Rights (PUDR) welcomes the release of the study “Alleged Perpetrators” by the International People’s Tribunal on Human Rights and Justice in Indian-Administered Kashmir (IPTK) and the Association of Parents of Disappeared Persons (APDP) on the culture of impunity,...

How Many More Arrests Will Orissa See?

Much before Operation Greenhunt, people's movements have been facing repression on a sustained basis in Orissa. This state has seen struggles of different ideologies and political persuasions coming up as people's lives, livelihood and natural resources are at stake. While the question of land for the adivasis remains unaddressed by the government, protesters are often met with bullets. Against this backdrop, this article analyses how and why the popular movement in Narayanpatna, a predominantly tribal populated block in Koraput district, became so threatening to the state and local elite.

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