HOW NOT TO FIGHT EXTREMISM, Hindustan Times [Monday, May 26th, 2008]

In the spring of 1990, a great Indian patriot, the liberal jurist V. M. Tarkunde, led a team of independent citizens on a study tour of the Kashmir Valley. Many cases of police and army excesses were reported to them: beatings (sometimes of children), torture (of men innocent of any crime), extra-judicial (or ‘encounter’) killings, [...]

 
 
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  BASTAR THEN AND NOW, The Hindu [Sunday, October 29th, 2006]

At about the time of the Battle of Britain, an Englishman of combatant age made a new home with his new wife in a then very remote, and very forested, princely state named Bastar. The man was Verrier Elwin, a brilliant Oxford scholar who had joined the Church and then left it, apprenticed himself to [...]

 
 
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