Monthly Archives: June 2012

Helping Afghans find their feet

Marc Grossman, the US special envoy to Pakistan and Afghanistan, believes that an upcoming investors’ meet in India will be an important step in rebuilding Afghanistan by facilitating private investment into the war-torn country. Read more »

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Tamasha of his death

One after another they all came down like vultures. They cared least about the boy All they wanted was their share of his flesh They spoke about their acquaintances yet had none They praised his work yet mocked his youth They cursed his Man and taunted his love They came for his funeral and scorned Read more »

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Who will answer for Lucas’ death?

The CRPF’s high-handedness has brutalised a tribal family in Jharkhand, where the force wants AFSPA cover to fight the Maoists. Kunal Majumder reports from Palamau EVERY MORNING, as the villagers of Nawarnagu in Palamau jungle, Jharkhand, travel to work — farming or picking tendu leaves — jawans of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and Read more »

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