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The Radical Fallacy

Rahul Pandita

From the Valley to Vemula, it has been a distortion of dissent on the Left side of protest

India’s new security doctrine: Red lines redrawn

New Delhi’s muscular new security doctrine could have a far-reaching impact over the years

The Right Thing to Do

Even during Kashmir’s worst years of insurgency, says Ghulam Mohammad Malik, a retired Muslim teacher who has been protecting a temple in Srinagar for over a decade now, no one ever raised an eyebrow at his presence there

Blood Red

The country may be rife with strife, but insurgency cannot be used as an excuse for misgovernance.

India This Week

CRPF Seeks Police Protection; Left Red-Faced; There Goes the Thakur; Rogue Policemen; The State as Accomplice

Staring at Defeat

Even the security forces know that every starving Indian is a potential Maoist insurgent

Once upon a Place

The police orders are to ‘flush out’ Maoists, and since actual militiamen are hard to locate the State forces end up treating every villager as a closet Maoist. It all adds up to further alienation

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