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The Killing Fields: Communalism in Karnataka

07.09.1993 · Posted in Communal Violence, Human Rights, Minorities

THE KILLING FIELDS: Communalism in Karnataka The Constitution of India (1950) guarantees both the freedom of speech and expression (Article 19 (1) (a) and the right to freedom of religion and religious worship (Article 25). Each of these fundamental rights are expressly made subject to public order; Article 19 (2) and Article 25 (1) i.e. ...

|REPORT| Events of December 1992

05.08.1993 · Posted in Communal Violence, Minorities, Report

From the Archives [Read the full Report] A Report by: Citizens for Democracy- Karnataka, People’s Union for Civil Liberties- Karnataka, Karnataka Civil Liberties Committee and Karnataka Ekta Karnataka has the dubious distinction of being ranked third in India and the first state in the South in the riots that broke out all over the country ...

“Dargah versus Peeta”

01.01.1993 · Posted in Communal Violence, Minorities, Report

[From the Archives] [Full Paper] “Dargah versus Peeta”: Hindutva’s Politics of Appropriating Syncretic Culture in Karnataka A paper by : Dr.Muzaffar Assadi Dept of Studies in Political Science University of Mysore Manasagangotri Mysore 570 0006, Karnataka For the past couple of years, Karnataka is witnessing the growth of communal politics, manifested in the form of ...