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On 28th January, the fast at Ferkuwa was called off and the brave, ragged army
returned to their homes shouting "Hamara Gaon Mein Hamara Raj!" (Our Rule in
Our Villages). There has been no army quite like this one, anywhere else in the ...
For twenty years now, since the Tribunal's award, the ragged army in the valley
has lived with the fear of eviction. For twenty years, in most areas there has been
no sign of 'development' - no roads, no schools, no wells, no medical help.
Maybe. Inch by inch. Bomb by bomb. Dam by dam. Maybe by fighting specific
wars in specific ways. We could begin in the Narmada valley. This July will bring
the last monsoon of the Twentieth Century. The ragged army in the Narmada
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A paradigm developmental tale, which shows that how someone has to defoliate,for others to survive.An unequivocal obstinate struggle of the poor against the primacy of hegemony. Unravels scads of ... Read full review