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No stopping Mahishasur in India as researchers abroad take note

The discourse centred on Mahishasur has led to hundreds of arrests in different parts of the country. All those arrested have been accused of violating Article 295A of the Indian Penal Code. Nawal Kishore Kumar explains how attempts to push this cultural protest into a legal tangle are failing

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For more information on Mahishasur, see Mahishasur: A People’s Hero. The book is available both in English and Hindi. Contact The Marginalised, Delhi (Phone: 9968527911).

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Nawal Kishore Kumar

Nawal Kishore Kumar is Editor (Hindi), Forward Press

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