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Sunday, October 17, 2004
War, peace and the people
That the Andhra Pradesh Government and the naxalites are talking is itself a step forward. S. Nagesh Kumar on the ongoing dialogue.
"Students have been coming to us"
AKKIRAJU HARAGOPAL, better known as Ramakrishna, is secretary of the state committee of the CPI-ML People's War and part of the team holding talks with the Andhra Pradesh Government. In an exclusive interview to K. Srinivas Reddy in Hyderabad, ...
Many of the other States are unhappy with the Andhra Pradesh Government's decision to negotiate with the naxalites.
"WE KNOW our strength as we are working with the masses" was how Varavara Rao, a long-time associate of the CPI (Maoists), reacted to the huge response to the rallies organised by the party. "The public will unfailingly turn up in large ...
"A first step"
Andhra Pradesh Home Minister Jana Reddy tells N. Rahul that the talks with the naxalites are but a first step towards understanding the problems.
The questions remain
Will the Government be able to convince the Maoists to give up armed struggle? Or is it just a charade being enacted by both the parties? K. Srinivas Reddy on motivations of the two sides.
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