Nandigram Reports

Nandigram March 14 : An Interim Report on Mass Rape, Mass Toruture, and Mass Killing. From Sameekshak Samannaya

Contents: Case studies of victims, who they were, how they were abused by CPIM cadres and their policemen.

Click here to read [PDF, English, 2 MB]

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Peoples’ Tribunal Report – August 11, 2007

Contents: (i) About the Tribunal (ii) The Context (iii) The Road to March 14 (iv) What happened on March 14? (v) The Toll of Dead, Missing, and Injured (vi) The Medical Response (vii) Developments after March 14 (viii) Findings and Recommendations

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Medical Team Report, April 5, 2007

Sramajibi Swastha Udyog, Peoples’ Health and Janaswastha Swadhikar Mancha report on a number of medical camps held on 18th, 21st and 24th March, 2007 in Sonachura, Garchakraberia, Soudkhali, Kalicharanpur, Dakshin Jalpai, Bhangabera, Kalicharanpur. Data : Number of patients treated, classification into types of injuries, name, sex, location, and religion.

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Noam Chomsky, James Petras, and other intellectuals react to Nandigram

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Medha Patkar’s Report, April 10, 2007

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Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR) Report in Bengali, April 8, 2007

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Association for the Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR), MASUM, PBKMS Report in English, March 23, 2007

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Teachers and Students Against Mal-development (TASAM) Report, May 28, 2007

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Meher Engineer’s personal note on the week of March 12-17, 2007 – Singur to Nandigram, and the shiny urban resistance

“…We had marched to J L Nehru Road along two other major city streets. We started from Wellington Square, which is to the East J L Nehru Road, at 4. 30 pm. We marched down the middle of both streets. We were disrupting traffic, in a major metro and doing it during a peak traffic period. The State was silent. The people on the street watched us in silence as we marched in silence. They did not seem to mind the disruption that we caused. We carried a vivid banner showing Buddha Bhattacharya obsequiously shaking hands with a smiling Rattan Tata. Both men were on top of a mountain of human skulls. Try to imagine us doing that in Nandigram, at the same time, far away from urban India, its media and its people…”