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Communism Watch

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

All Hindus are Fundamentalists: SACW

SACW's (South Asian Citizens Watch) rhetoric based campaign against Modi:

The public events that Modi was going to address included: a speech atMadison Square Garden in New York City sponsored by the Association of Indian Americans for NorthAmerica (an NRI Hindutva-front organization), a keynote address to the AAHOA annual convention inOrlando, FL, and another speech at CaliforniaState University in Long Beach, CA.

Prosecuting criminals, hanging heads or denying them freedom to travel to the Western world has not stopped crime and the prosecution of Narendra Modi will not, by itself, bring dignity to India's minorities. The venom spread by the Sangh Parivar is deep-rooted and has created an anti-Muslim, anti-Christian culture, which has seeped into the minds of millions of Hindus. Is there any other explanation why nearly 4,000 gathered inside Madison Square Garden to listen to the satellite-transmitted speech of Narendra Modi while less than a tenth of that number protested outside?

Spineless Sri Sri's Art of Living with Modi

Commie exposed by Quami

More on Zaheera's statements and allegations:
I would like my lawyer to examine the chairman of the NHRC

Neither Teesta nor her husband is running any NGO called Communal Combat, which is a business venture of a company or firm known as Sabrang Publication

I and Best Bakery were the symbols to ensure money is collected in the name of combat communalism

My lawyers tell me that this is a device to avoid (the) foreign contribution regulation act. Had it been an NGO, every foreign contribution would have been disclosed after giving information to the Union home ministry. It is a disguise to cover up receipts of foreign contributions

Zahira Sheikh, the “face” of one of the worst Gujarat riot cases, the Best Bakery massacre, has accused the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) chairman of wrongly recording her statement and sought to cross-examine him.

Former Chief Justice Anand was instrumental in bringing the attention of the Supreme Court — and the country — on the Best Bakery case. - The Telegraph

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Probe Teesta's assets: Zaheera

Yet another twist in Best Bakery case, reports Times Of India

She has alleged that Setalvad, who had taken a lead role in bringing to the apex Court's notice various irregularities in the probe of post-Godhra riot cases, had amassed huge wealth through questionable means.

Teesta Setalvad is founding member of Sabrang Communications, based in Mumbai. She also runs a magazine (along with her Husband, Javed) - Communalism Combat. A link to "our sponsors" is present on the webpage, but has not worked since the website was built! (1998 or earlier).

Among several allegations, Zaheera also alleged

The U.S State Department has set aside several lakhs of dollars for funding litigation aimed at bringing legal redress to Muslims in Gujarat, she said and added "I am applying to this programme for aid and assistance so that I may be able to explain to the world at large the exploitation in the name of secularism and protection of Muslims by persons like Teesta".

This hints towards US State Departments role in rejecting Modi's Visa to US in March 2005. It also brings to light spread of communism in the name of secularism, especially in India.

Sunday, March 27, 2005

Indian Communists in Pakistan

The report also says that the Communists were charmed by Musharraf and appreciated his sincerity and commmitment. They also indicated that Musharraf is the right man for the peace process.


Saturday, March 26, 2005

Course in astrology opposed

KOLLAM, KERAKA, MARCH 23. The Bharathiya Rationalists Association has protested against the decision of the Sree Sankaracharya Universityof Sanskrit to start a postgraduate course in astrology. In astatement here, the general secretary of the association, SreeniPattathanam, said that such a course would only serve to lead theyounger generation into the dark ages. He even wondered whether therewas a conspiracy behind such a decision.

The Hindu

Naxals shot TDP activist to death

Meanwhile, a report from Ananthapur district said four Maoists were arrested in a combing operation while 10 naxals, including two minors, surrendered before a senior police official on Friday - Times Of India

Left badly let down the people, charges BJP

After having opposed the bill all along, the Left parties had struck a deal with the Congress to support its passage, former BJP president M. Venkaiah Naidu said. ‘‘The new patents regime is certain to frustrate our national goal of ‘health for all’, since it is going to jack up the prices of essential medicines and life-saving drugs by enormous margins.’’

Indian Express

Friday, March 25, 2005

CPI-M Supports Pakistan on Baglihar Dam, Urges PM Singh to Suspend Work

NEW DELHI, March 23: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) leaders, who recently visited Pakistan and met General Pervez Musharraf, have been fully convinced that Islamabad’s stand on Baglihar Dam is correct and India should suspend further construction on the project to keep the Indo-Pak peace dialogue going. - South Asia Tribune (Washington DC)

Communist Party of India (CPI) calls for a left-democratic alternative

"He said that this is necessary to prevent Congress from going back on its promises to the people and to prevent Bhartiya Janata Party from coming back to power." - INSAAF

Naxal nexus with Maoist, Communists

A brief (416 arcticles) outline on Nexal violence spread acros India. WHERE IS HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH? - NDTV News

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 1
Mar 16, 2005: Maoist attack in AP, 3 killed Mar 15, 2005: Police stations beef up security in Andhra Mar 12, 2005: Seven killed in naxal attack in Guntur Mar 10, 2005: Maoists gun down Cong leader in AP Mar 9, 2005: AP police blamed for 'fake' encounter Mar 8, 2005: Naxal encounter: AP police under scanner Mar 8, 2005: Naxal threat: TN tightens security on borders Mar 7, 2005: Ten Naxals killed in AP encounter Mar 2, 2005: Peace process suffers setback in AP Mar 1, 2005: Naxals kill 8 villagers in AP Feb 20, 2005: Naxal menace: Karnataka steps up offensive Feb 12, 2005: PM concerned over rising Naxal activities Feb 12, 2005: Naxals blast Cong leader's house Feb 11, 2005: Naxals kill six Karnataka policemen Feb 11, 2005: Naxals say police targeting top leaders Feb 9, 2005: Naxals shift focus to Malnad region Feb 8, 2005: Naxals run parallel govt in Chhattisgarh Feb 7, 2005: Naxals increase activities in Chhattisgarh Feb 7, 2005: Four killed in Jehanabad Feb 7, 2005: Naxals blast Mandal Development Office

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 2
Feb 6, 2005: Two Naxals killed in police encounter Feb 6, 2005: Govt for Unified Command to tackle Naxals Feb 4, 2005: AP truce initiatives irk Chhattisgarh Feb 2, 2005: TDP worker shot dead by Naxals Jan 30, 2005: AP politicians worried by Naxal threat Jan 29, 2005: Naxals will have to give up arms: Reddy Jan 29, 2005: Naxalite violence 'manageable': Pranab Jan 29, 2005: Four Naxalites killed in encounter Jan 24, 2005: AP police exposes Naxal gameplan Jan 24, 2005: Naxals pose threat to polls in Jharkhand, Bihar Jan 23, 2005: TRS workers had Naxal links: AP police Jan 21, 2005: TRS protest 'fake encounters' in Andhra Jan 21, 2005: Naxals set telephone exchange on fire Jan 21, 2005: ULFA blows up OIL pipeline Jan 20, 2005: Three naxalites killed in Andhra Pradesh Jan 20, 2005: Naxal talks: Warangal cops under scanner Jan 19, 2005: Andhra hopes to revive talks with Naxals Jan 17, 2005: Naxals pull out of AP peace process Jan 15, 2005: Naxal alert: AP govt warns local leaders Jan 11, 2005: Naxals, police vie to woo Andhra's youth

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 3
Jan 8, 2005: Police foil Naxals' bid to blow up bridge Jan 8, 2005: Woman Naxalite killed in Andhra Pradesh Jan 7, 2005: Naxals unapologetic about Munger SP's killing Jan 7, 2005: Anti-Naxal drive intensified in Munger Jan 6, 2005: Bihar govt rules out talks with Naxals Jan 6, 2005: Naxals get flak for Munger SP's murder Jan 5, 2005: Munger SP killed in landmine blast Dec 30, 2004: Four killed by Naxalites in Patna Dec 26, 2004: Andhra committed to resolve naxal issue Dec 23, 2004: Andhra govt, Naxals agree to extend ceasefire Dec 20, 2004: Naxals blow up railway track in Bihar Dec 16, 2004: Andhra peace process under strain Dec 15, 2004: Naxal leader 'Napoleon' nabbed Dec 15, 2004: CPI(Maoists) holds rally in Kolkata Dec 9, 2004: AP police revive Naxal surrender policy Dec 7, 2004: Four killed in Jharkhand landmine blast Dec 5, 2004: Naxals go ahead with Patna rally Dec 2, 2004: We won't tolerate extremist violence: Andhra CM Nov 28, 2004: UPA committed to solve Naxal issue: Sasidhar Nov 27, 2004: Naxalites wanted for Chandauli blast held

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 4
Nov 25, 2004: Maoists prevented from holding rally Nov 20, 2004: 18 policemen killed in Naxal ambush Nov 16, 2004: PW, MCC hold crucial meet in Hyderabad Nov 14, 2004: Naxal consolidation worries government Nov 13, 2004: Govt committed to talks with Naxals: YSR Nov 10, 2004: Naxal issue: PM rejects Advani's criticism Nov 9, 2004: BJP softens stance on talks with Naxals Nov 8, 2004: Extremist attack on police station foiled Nov 2, 2004: AP govt keen on talks with Naxals Nov 2, 2004: Naxal encounter may hamper Andhra peace talks Nov 1, 2004: AP govt to set up Human Rights panel Oct 31, 2004: Naxals abduct Chhattisgarh cops Oct 30, 2004: Naxalites must lay down arms: Reddy Oct 30, 2004: Talks only between govt and ULFA: Governor Oct 29, 2004: Naxals put up red flags on farms in AP Oct 26, 2004: Naxal peace process in danger Oct 25, 2004: Naxal villages face social boycott Oct 24, 2004: Patil underplays northeast troop movement Oct 24, 2004: Talks with Naxals 'dangerous': Advani Oct 23, 2004: Task force on naxals to meet on Nov 4

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 5
Oct 21, 2004: Cabinet to decide on Naxals' demand Oct 21, 2004: 5 Naxalites sentenced to life Oct 21, 2004: Four persons killed by NLFT Oct 21, 2004: PW men blast railway station in Jharkhand Oct 20, 2004: Naxal leaders leave for their hideouts Oct 19, 2004: Naxalites blow up new police building Oct 17, 2004: Talks with Naxals hit roadblock in AP Oct 17, 2004: Naxals present four-point charter to AP govt Oct 16, 2004: Naxalites blast range office in Palamu Oct 15, 2004: Naxals, AP govt hold talks Oct 14, 2004: Peoples War, MCC merge Oct 11, 2004: Naxal leaders emerge from hideout Oct 11, 2004: Naxal leaders to make public appearance Oct 5, 2004: Andhra officials meet PW mediators Oct 4, 2004: PW puts forward condition for talks Oct 3, 2004: AP govt to hold talks with Naxals on Oct 15 Oct 3, 2004: PWG releases abducted SHO Oct 1, 2004: Andhra Cabinet meets on law and order Sep 30, 2004: Naxals arrive for PW meet in Hyderabad Sep 29, 2004: Hyderabad honours Naxals as 'martyrs'

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 6
Sep 29, 2004: Naxal leader taken off Most Wanted list Sep 26, 2004: PW threat: Orissa govt under pressure Sep 24, 2004: Ten Peoples' War activists convicted Sep 23, 2004: AP govt invites Naxalites for talks Sep 21, 2004: Naxal issue: Patil discusses strategy with state govts Sep 19, 2004: Naxal issue: States to get free hand Sep 6, 2004: Naxals ready for talks with Orissa govt Sep 5, 2004: Orissa CM refuses preconditions for talks with PW Sep 4, 2004: Five naxalites killed in an encounter Aug 20, 2004: PWG keen to hold talks with govt Aug 17, 2004: Deadlock over talks with Naxals in AP Aug 8, 2004: Govt for talks with naxals: Patil Aug 6, 2004: Doubts over Naxal's commitment for peace Aug 5, 2004: Centre reviews situation in naxal-affected states Jul 28, 2004: Naxalite group celebrates 'Martyrs Day' Jul 22, 2004: Lifting ban on PW dangerous: Jaya Jul 21, 2004: AP govt to lift ban on PWG Jul 17, 2004: Andhra Police violating ceasefire: PW Jun 24, 2004: New surrender policy for Chhattisgarh Naxals Jun 22, 2004: Patnaik undecided on talks with Naxals

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 7
Jun 21, 2004: PWG to stick to ceasefire in AP Jun 20, 2004: Jharkhand PW sets conditions for talks Jun 18, 2004: Naxals demand action against police Jun 16, 2004: AP govt declares ceasefire with People's War Jun 15, 2004: PWG sets conditions for talks Jun 15, 2004: Naxals lay condition for talks in Andhra Jun 14, 2004: Naxals 'misuse' Andhra govt's initiative Jun 8, 2004: Peace bid: Andhra govt invites Naxals for talks Jun 6, 2004: 32 Naxals surrender in Andhra Jun 2, 2004: AP govt mulls peace with People's War May 29, 2004: Pro-Naxal front demands repeal of POTA May 18, 2004: People's War seeks ceasefire before talks May 15, 2004: Andhra CM offers peace deal to PW Apr 25, 2004: Ultras kill 3 villagers in Bihar Apr 18, 2004: TDP leader gunned down in AP Apr 17, 2004: CRPF constable injured Naxal clash Apr 9, 2004: Advani condemns landmine blasts Mar 18, 2004: Naxal attack: AP minister's husband shot dead Mar 5, 2004: Naxals attack Makodi railway station Feb 27, 2004: Naxal bandh affects train services

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 8
Feb 27, 2004: Naxals on rampage, target railways Feb 27, 2004: Bandh call: Naxals on rampage, railways targeted Feb 22, 2004: TDP cadres training to 'take on' Naxals Feb 14, 2004: PWG targets Telugu Desam in Andhra Feb 12, 2004: Naidu alleges Cong to be PWG informer Feb 10, 2004: PWG Naxal killed in encounter Feb 8, 2004: Patnaik promises probe into Naxal attack Feb 4, 2004: Naxals kill TDP mandal leader Feb 3, 2004: Spurt in Naxalite violence in AP Feb 2, 2004: Massive security cover for Naidu Jan 29, 2004: Uproar over 'staged' killing of Naxalites Jan 25, 2004: Naxals linked to Naidu attack killed Jan 18, 2004: Andhra police bids to fight Naxal threat Jan 17, 2004: Naxals gun down two wine vendors Jan 14, 2004: Shanti Sena dents PWG Naxals Jan 11, 2004: MCC kidnaps BDO, 3 others in Jharkhand Jan 8, 2004: Naxals blow up bridge in Jharkhand Dec 30, 2003: AP offers rewards for Naxals' surrender Dec 26, 2003: Peoples' War behind attack on Naidu: SIT Dec 26, 2003: Opposition has links with Naxals: Naidu

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 9
Nov 28, 2003: Naxal sympathisers receive threats Nov 18, 2003: 2 Naxal women killed in police encounter Nov 17, 2003: Two Naxals shot dead in Karnataka Nov 8, 2003: Naxal violence threatens peace in AP Nov 7, 2003: Renegade Naxal shot dead in AP Nov 3, 2003: Thirty-two Naxals surrender in Andhra Oct 20, 2003: TDP meets to discuss early polls option Oct 17, 2003: Naidu offers prayers at Tirupathi Oct 9, 2003: Andhra minister to visit blast site Oct 3, 2003: AP govt suspends senior officials Oct 3, 2003: Advani calls for tough stand on Naxalism Oct 2, 2003: Security forces on alert in Bihar Oct 2, 2003: Naidu assassination bid: 8 unexploded mines recovered Oct 2, 2003: Chandrababu Naidu escapes assassination attempt Aug 16, 2003: Naxal threat looms on Jharkhand village Aug 9, 2003: Nine PWG extremists killed in Jharkhand Jul 30, 2003: 10 policemen killed in landmine blast Jul 30, 2003: Ten policemen killed in Orissa landmine blast Jul 25, 2003: Suspected Naxal killed in AP Jul 16, 2003: Two Naxalites killed; constable injured

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 10
Jul 15, 2003: Violent move: MCC targets trains in Bihar Jun 30, 2003: MCC threatens Jharkhand judge Jun 28, 2003: TDP leader booked under POTA Jun 28, 2003: AP approves hi-tech weapons to fight naxals Jun 27, 2003: Naxal hunt: Locals aid police drive Jun 26, 2003: Four PWG activists sentenced to death Jun 26, 2003: Rewards land Naxals in Bihar police net Jun 23, 2003: Top Naxal leaders on AP police hit list Jun 16, 2003: Three cops killed in AP landmine blast Jun 12, 2003: PWG chief sent to jail in Bihar Jun 11, 2003: PWG Naxals blast police station in AP May 14, 2003: Three Naxals killed in encounter May 12, 2003: TDP leader shot dead by naxals May 6, 2003: AP activists allege threats from police May 5, 2003: Naxalites call statewide bandh in AP May 1, 2003: Four Naxals killed in encounter in AP Apr 26, 2003: Top Naxal leader killed in encounter Apr 20, 2003: Pitch for land in AP's battle with Naxals Apr 19, 2003: PWG giving away government land Apr 14, 2003: Bus passengers kill Naxal in Guntur

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 11
Apr 11, 2003: PWG releases kidnapped policemen in AP Apr 11, 2003: PWG releases kidnapped policemen in AP Apr 10, 2003: AP police seek release of kidnapped colleagues Apr 9, 2003: No let up to AP govt-PWG stand off Apr 8, 2003: People's War Group calls Andhra bandh Apr 3, 2003: TDP activist shot dead by Naxals Apr 2, 2003: Four policemen kidnapped by PWG Naxals Mar 31, 2003: PWG shifts focus, adopts anti-war stand Mar 30, 2003: PWG blow up Gumuda railway station Mar 24, 2003: Naxals attack Coca Cola, Pepsi godowns Mar 20, 2003: Former Naxal shot dead by PWG Mar 11, 2003: Naxalite camp busted in Rayagada district Mar 9, 2003: Bid to revive talks with People's War Mar 8, 2003: Eighteen Naxalites surrender in AP Feb 16, 2003: Four Naxals killed in encounter in AP Feb 14, 2003: Surrendered militants return to Naxal fold Feb 14, 2003: Naxalite killed in police firing in AP Feb 2, 2003: Terrorised MNC threatens to abandon road project in Bihar Feb 1, 2003: Forty Naxals surrender in Guntur Jan 31, 2003: Allegations of fake Naxal encounters in AP

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 12
Jan 31, 2003: Police kill Naxal leader in AP Jan 26, 2003: Naxals kill Congress activist, blast cinema theatre Jan 24, 2003: Naxals blast police picket, one killed Jan 20, 2003: Three Naxals killed in police encounter Jan 17, 2003: People's War blasts police outpost in Orissa Jan 6, 2003: AP police lack training to tackle Naxals Jan 6, 2003: Police lack "training" to tackle Naxals in AP Jan 5, 2003: PWG target AP police, 3 naxals killed Jan 5, 2003: PWG target AP police, 3 naxals killed in encounter Jan 3, 2003: Naxals blast gram panchayat office in AP Dec 26, 2002: Maoist splinter group kills seven near Patna Dec 26, 2002: Maoist splinter group kills seven near Patna Dec 26, 2002: Naxals blast TDP leader's house Dec 26, 2002: Maoist splinter group kills 7 near Patna Dec 21, 2002: Jharkhand cops demand meeting with Marandi Dec 21, 2002: 17 cops killed in MCC ambush, post mortem today Dec 20, 2002: MCC Naxals kill 17 policemen Dec 20, 2002: Eight policemen killed in encounter with MCC Dec 14, 2002: Naveen Patnaik ready for talks with Naxals Dec 7, 2002: Naxals rain terror in Orissa, rich and police targeted

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 13
Dec 6, 2002: AP Police adopt parents of Naxalites Dec 2, 2002: Naxals blast 4 buildings in AP Dec 2, 2002: Orissa villagers helpless as Naxals intensify attacks Nov 27, 2002: BJD leader gunned down by Naxals Nov 22, 2002: PWG apologises for Warangal bus blast Nov 21, 2002: 8 killed in Jharkhand landmine blast Nov 20, 2002: Terror network: PWG spreads tentacles across nation Nov 20, 2002: Naxals target railway station in Guntur Nov 20, 2002: Eight killed in Jharkhand naxal blast Nov 19, 2002: PWG Naxals blow up bus in Andhra, 14 killed Nov 17, 2002: Police kill five Naxals in Andhra Pradesh Oct 23, 2002: PWG bars politicians' entry into Bastar Oct 19, 2002: Bastar reels under Naxal fear Sep 27, 2002: Thirteen Naxals surrender in Hyderabad Sep 23, 2002: UCM to intensify agitation in Manipur Sep 19, 2002: Naxals trigger landmine blast, 3 killed Sep 6, 2002: People's War Group spreads their presence in Andhra Sep 3, 2002: Naidu rules out ceasefire with People's War Sep 3, 2002: Naidu rules out ceasefire with People's War Sep 2, 2002: Elite force deployed in Orissa to counter Naxals

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 14
Aug 30, 2002: PWG Naxals kill kidnapped Andhra policeman Aug 29, 2002: Naxals continue to hold policeman hostage in AP Aug 27, 2002: PWG still to release one abducted constable Aug 26, 2002: Naxals release abducted police constables Aug 25, 2002: Search on for kidnapped policemen in AP Aug 24, 2002: Naxals blast two police stations in AP Aug 18, 2002: Govt apathy demoralises Rayagada's armed police Aug 13, 2002: Six jawans killed in Orissa landmine blast Jul 26, 2002: Five naxals killed in encounter Jul 24, 2002: AP police fear more landmine attacks from PWG Jul 23, 2002: Four policemen killed by PWG Naxals in Andhra Jul 21, 2002: Talks between PWG-Andhra govt fail Jul 20, 2002: PWG naxals attack TDP leader's house Jul 20, 2002: PWG calls off truce talks with Andhra govt Jul 17, 2002: Extension of ban on PWG to hamper peace talks Jul 17, 2002: Extension of ban on PWG to hamper peace talks Jul 16, 2002: AP extends ban on PWG by another year Jul 12, 2002: Large number of PWG recruits are minors: Police Jul 12, 2002: Large number of PWG recruits are minors: Police Jul 12, 2002: Depleting cadre forces PWG to recruit minors
Jul 12, 2002: Depleting cadre forces PWG to recruit minors Jul 11, 2002: Red alert in Andhra, Naxals blast govt office Jul 11, 2002: Red alert in Andhra, Naxals blast govt office Jul 11, 2002: Red alert in AP for the two-day Naxal bandh Jul 11, 2002: Andhra villages caught in Naxal-police strife Jul 11, 2002: PWG preparing for a massive offensive: Andhra police Jul 6, 2002: PWG emissaries withdraw from peace talks Jul 4, 2002: AP police accuses PWG of plotting against govt Jul 4, 2002: PWG Naxal killed in encounter Jul 3, 2002: Naidu rejects PWG demand for ceasefire Jul 3, 2002: Post Karimnagar clash Naidu rejects demand for ceasefire Jul 2, 2002: Four Naxals killed in an encounter in AP Jun 20, 2002: PWG leadership favours direct talks with AP govt Jun 20, 2002: PWG and Andhra Pradesh govt resume talks Jun 9, 2002: Second round of talks between PWG and AP fail Jun 9, 2002: Second round of talks between PWG and AP Jun 9, 2002: Second round of talks between PWG and AP today Jun 8, 2002: Two Naxals killed in encounter Jun 7, 2002: Bandh called by PWG peaceful Jun 5, 2002: Andhra govt begins talks with PWG

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 16
Jun 5, 2002: AP government to hold peace talks with PWG Jun 5, 2002: AP Government to hold peace talks with PWG today Jun 5, 2002: AP Govt to hold peace talks with PWG Jun 4, 2002: AP appoints ministers to hold talks with PWG Jun 3, 2002: Andhra govt to announce mediators for PWG talks Jun 3, 2002: Naidu holds meet to discuss PWG talks Jun 2, 2002: PWG activists blow up dumpers in Bihar Jun 1, 2002: PWG names representatives for negotiations May 11, 2002: AP police bid to integrate former Naxals into mainstream May 11, 2002: AP police bid to integrate former Naxals into mainstream Apr 28, 2002: Forty-six Naxals lay down arms in Hyderabad Apr 3, 2002: People's War Group lays condition for talks Apr 3, 2002: PWG calls for an end to police firing Apr 3, 2002: PWG calls for an end to police firing Mar 28, 2002: Naxal crackdown in AP may affect talks Mar 22, 2002: AP govt to hold talks with PWG Mar 12, 2002: Three Naxals killed in encounter in AP Feb 22, 2002: PWG denies hand in DFO's killing Feb 20, 2002: Bihar-Jharkhand bandh takes violent turn Feb 20, 2002: Railway staff abducted by MCC, later released

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 17
Feb 16, 2002: DFO killing comes as a shock Feb 16, 2002: Senior forest officer killed in Bihar Feb 15, 2002: Naxalites kill DFO in Bihar Feb 12, 2002: AP govt to hold talks with PWG Feb 11, 2002: Agenda for talks with Naxals to be finalized Feb 6, 2002: Naxals set two telephone exchanges afire Feb 5, 2002: Hunt for MCC attackers in Jharkhand Feb 4, 2002: Eight policemen killed in Jharkhand Feb 4, 2002: Eight killed in Naxal violence in Jharkhand Feb 2, 2002: Centre may intervene during Orissa polls Jan 29, 2002: AP agrees to talk peace with banned PWG Jan 29, 2002: Ultras attack police station in Jharkhand Jan 2, 2002: Naxalites blast telephone exchange Jan 1, 2002: Huge cache of arms recovered in Bihar Jan 1, 2002: PWG attacks instill fear among AP MLAs Dec 30, 2001: Uncertainty over talks with PWG Dec 29, 2001: AP govt-PWG agree to hold talks Dec 27, 2001: Naxals blast railway station Dec 26, 2001: Human rights groups in AP cry foul Dec 26, 2001: 29 Naxals surrender in Andhra

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 18
Dec 25, 2001: Police kill four naxalites in Andhra Dec 12, 2001: MCC shoots 3 in their "Jan Adalat" Dec 9, 2001: Banned MCC strikes in Bihar Dec 6, 2001: PWG triggers blasts in Chhattisgarh Dec 6, 2001: Blasts announce Naxal response to ban Dec 5, 2001: Night vigil to thwart Naxal threat Dec 1, 2001: Security tightened for Vajpayee's visit Dec 1, 2001: PWG blow up court building in AP Nov 30, 2001: PWG blows up 3 factories in AP Nov 20, 2001: Possession of lethal explosives punishable Nov 3, 2001: Demand for action against Naxalites Nov 3, 2001: Marthanda Rao set free by Naxalites Nov 2, 2001: Jharkhand police face Naxal threats Oct 30, 2001: Additional demands set to free Rao Oct 29, 2001: Abductors release minister's kin Oct 29, 2001: PWG bombs Kuneru railway station Oct 28, 2001: Marthanda Rao still in captivity Oct 27, 2001: Negotiations on to release minister's kin Oct 26, 2001: Naxals kidnap Union Minister's relatives Oct 24, 2001: PWG Naxalites set vehicles ablaze

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 19
Oct 23, 2001: Two killed in firing in Bihar Oct 22, 2001: Guntur tense after PWG attack Oct 22, 2001: Factory blast to protest US strikes: PWG Oct 21, 2001: PWG attacks Coca Cola plant in AP Oct 21, 2001: Probe demanded into landmine blast Oct 20, 2001: Seven killed in landmine blast in Bihar Oct 4, 2001: 21 Naxals surrender in Andhra Pradesh Sep 25, 2001: Manhunt on for killers of CRPF personnel Sep 16, 2001: PWG ultras arrested in landmine blast case Sep 15, 2001: 66 Naxalites arrested in North Bengal Sep 9, 2001: Five CRPF men killed in IED blast in AP Sep 1, 2001: Central team to assess Naxalite situation Aug 28, 2001: Policeman killed in Jharkhand Aug 27, 2001: Controversy over decision to arm Dalits Aug 25, 2001: Dalit killings deepens caste divide in Bihar Aug 23, 2001: Six Dalits killed in Datmai village in Bihar Aug 23, 2001: Six killed in Datmail village in Bihar Aug 21, 2001: Additional forces deployed in Orissa Aug 10, 2001: Thirteen persons dead in Naxal violence Jul 22, 2001: Contractor shot dead, one Naxal arrested

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 20
Jul 7, 2001: Police search for SJMM activists in Jharkhand Jul 7, 2001: Caste clash fuels Jharkhand massacre Jun 29, 2001: PWG offers support to parties favouring Telangana statehood Jun 27, 2001: People’s War Group in Andhra declares hit list, villagers scared Jun 25, 2001: People's War Group targets surrendered Naxals in AP Jun 25, 2001: MCC supporters attack police station in Bihar Jun 24, 2001: Naxalites gun down Samata Party worker Jun 23, 2001: Special operation groups to combat Naxals in Bihar Jun 10, 2001: Ten Naxalites, two cops killed in separate incidents in AP Jun 8, 2001: Naxals leave trail of terror for TDP in Warangal Apr 30, 2001: Eight killed in last phase of Bihar Panchayat polls Apr 18, 2001: Former Naxal's death spurs charges of police collusion Apr 15, 2001: Hazaribagh massacre highlights Jharkhand's legacy of violence Apr 15, 2001: MCC members kill 14 people in Hazaribagh Apr 14, 2001: Red alert in Hazaribagh following massacre by MCC Apr 8, 2001: Former Naxalites to contest Bihar Panchayat elections Jan 18, 2001: Law to check Naxalite activity stirs controversy Jan 18, 2001: Controversy over new law in MP to check Naxalism Jan 12, 2001: AP police uses solar fencing to ward off Naxalites Nov 30, 2000: Six Naxalites surrender in Hyderabad

Total Records : 416 Showing Page 21
Nov 20, 2000: Eight top Naxals surrender in Andhra Pradesh Oct 4, 2000: SSP killed by Naxalites in south Bihar Oct 4, 2000: Senior Superintendent of Police shot dead by Naxalites in South Bihar Sep 16, 2000: AP Police extends financial help to surrendered Naxals Jul 28, 2000: Madhya Pradesh govt sets up special task force to fight Naxalites May 20, 2000: PWG spreads tentacles into Madhya Pradesh Apr 24, 2000: DGPs of five Naxalite-infested states meet in Bhopal Apr 4, 2000: Chief ministers of Naxal-affected states meet Home Minister Apr 4, 2000: Chandrababu Naidu to take steps to curb naxal violence Mar 30, 2000: Four killed in Naxal violence in Hazaribagh Feb 22, 2000: Naxalites burn three houses in Bastar Feb 21, 2000: Khojvai tense after Naxal violence Feb 21, 2000: Search for PWG activists on Feb 21, 2000: Naxal violence in Bastar Feb 20, 2000: Police personel killed in naxalite attack Feb 19, 2000: Top naxalite leader killed in encounter with police

Thursday, March 24, 2005

The Media and Hinduism

The freedom dawned on August 15, 1947. Since then we have been witnessing that though the English are gone, English prevails and English traditions still rule. It got a strange fellow, the Marxists, as the aim of both was the same, to keep the country off its ancient values. We had even before seen on record such a friendship in the form of a pact between the opposing sides of a German Max Mueller and The English Maculae for the agreed cause of uprooting ancient Vedic values.

Today we have an English media impressed and influenced by the west. Then there is the Marxist media of foreign origin totally cut off from Indian values and roots.