India's secret war
In this week's show we promoted an interview we'll hear on next week's show, about a little-known armed uprising in India's mining states of Charisgarth and Jharkland.
Sushil Handa, of Saint Lambert, Quebec offers a perspective, and some background.
It is interesting that you mentioned the comment by PM of India about the threat of violence in India and yet it is the actions of govt.and thru its agents (police) which is triggering the violence. I recently saw a You Tube video entitled 'Peace Talks Sep 10' which may be of interest to you It is in 6 parts (12 minutes each) but you may want to see this for a perspective on the issue. The link to first part of video
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