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  • Dallas Darling , Axis of Logic

    Rejecting the horrific specter of stunned, terrified, blackened and bleeding and suffering survivors, hands and arms aloft with patches of roasted skin flapping in the wind, and that swarmed towards the estuaries of the Ota River which had already filled with bloated corpses,1 this week in 1974 India “successfully” detonated... » read this article
  • Vandana Shiva , ZNet

    In an interview to the journal Science, the Indian Prime Minister Dr. Man Mohan Singh, chose to focus on two hazardous technologies – genetically engineered seeds and crops in agriculture and nuclear power – as vital to the progress of science in India, and the “salvation for finding new development... » read this article
  • Siv O'Neall, Axis of Logic , Axis of Logic

    The trip to Dharamsala to see the Dalai Lama’s own town McLeod Ganj, which became the seat of the Tibetan government in exile in the fifties, had been planned for many months. My husband John and I, had visited several Buddhist monasteries in other parts of India, such as Sarnath,... » read this article
  • John Pilger , New Statesman

    From Jammu Kashmir to Maharashtra, in a land of empty advertising slogans and fantastic wealth that barely conceals vast poverty, you can see the first signs of a popular new uprising. When the early morning fog rises and drifting skeins from wood fires carry the sweet smell of India, the... » read this article
  • Arundhati Roy , The Guardian

    Arundhati Roy speaking at the People's University in Washington Square Park, New York, held at Judson Memorial Church, 16 November 2011 Tuesday morning, the police cleared Zuccotti Park, but today the people are back. The police should know that this protest is not a battle for territory. We're not fighting... » read this article
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