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Archive for August, 2010

The Indian government’s insidious war, named “Operation Green Hunt,”

Sanhati, and other organizations and individuals, are organizing a protest against the Indian government’s insidious war, named “Operation Green Hunt,” which has been unleashed on the inhabitants of the forested regions of East-Central India. We urge you all to join us in this protest at the Consulate in New York City (3 East 64th Street) on August 13 at 11 a.m.

Contact: communications@sanhati.com inform others about this protest by circulating this email.


The protest will approximately coincide with Indian Independence Day (August 15) to emphasize that the promises of independence have remained largely unfulfilled for a large section of the population, including the tribal peoples.

In its current phase, this war is concentrated primarily in the forested regions of East-Central India, stretching from the states of Chhattisgarh to Jharkhand and West Bengal. This region is home to significant amounts of natural resources.

Big corporations, both Indian and foreign, are plundering these natural resources for quick profits and plan to continue doing so while paying almost no attention to the enormous environmental and human costs inherent in their ventures. The state and central governments continue to welcome these big corporations with open arms by signing an unknown number of memoranda of understanding with them

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Peace Rally in front of the Indian Mission, New York

The real face of India is evident truly in Kashmir where the Indian Army during the past 20 years has:

Killed over 100,000 men, women and children.

Tortured and maimed tens of thousands;

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Kingdom of Fear

Even death has not helped diminished the impact of Rehman Dakait

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Did Asif Zardari suffer from prostate cancer?

The other day, I was watching a well known TV talk-show whose guests were; the ex Director General IB, Col Iqbal Niazi along with a well-known columnist and an anchor person of another talk show. They were discussing Mr Zardari

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Why Cameron should count his fingers after shaking hands with Pakistan’s Mr Ten Per Cent

Fairly or not, Pakistan is synonymous with angry men who bomb people or take to the streets in protest.
An effigy labelled

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