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, Western term for the religious beliefs and practices of the vast majority of the people of India. One of the oldest living religions in the world, Hinduism is unique among the world religions in that it had no single founder but grew over a period of 4,000 years in
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Ganesha

wisdom god having a human body and an elephant head. [Hindu Myth.: Leach, 440]
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Binayak Sen's release was a small victory for democracy in India.
Binayak was arrested in 2007 in Bilaspur town of Chhattisgarh under the Chhattisgarh Special Public Security Act and Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act 1967 for being a courier between Sanyal, who was then in jail.
Srivastava has been an active crusader in anti-government agitations demanding the release of noted civil rights activist Binayak Sen.
At a press conference, where he was flanked by activist Dr Binayak Sen, who was also charged with sedition, Trivedi said, " I respect the law but I don't respect that law that makes us feel even today that we don't live in a free country.
New Delhi, May 7 (ANI): Nearly a month after the Supreme Court granted him bail, Maoist sympathiser and medical practitioner Binayak Sen on Saturday criticised the country's lower judiciary for allegedly twisting the legal framework to convict him on sedition charges.
Sen, Binayak (1996) Rural Non-farm Sector in Bangladesh: Stagnating and Residual, or Dynamic and Potential.
In recent years, it was used against activist- doctor Binayak Sen ( in pic above) by the Chhattisgarh government.
Binayak Sen, who has been sentenced to life imprisonment on charges of sedition and for having links with the Naxalites.
Jayarajah, Carl, William Branson, and Binayak Sen (1996) Social Dimensions of Adjustment.
Union minister for law Salman Khurshid found himself painted in a corner by a bunch of feisty agitators -- Binayak Sen to Brinda Karat of the CPM and Pakistan's articulate former envoy to the US Maleeha Lodhi.
They make money with the data you post online for free," says Anivar Aravind, an IT consultant and commentator who started the online campaign for justice for Binayak Sen.