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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.
Granting bail to the civil rights activist, the apex court said that the trial court would impose condition of bail while ordering jail authorities to release Binayak Sen.
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Soni Sori, a tribal teacher, was tortured and stripped in Bastar in Chhattisgarh; Binayak Sen, a paediatrician and activist, was put behind bar for many months; Mohammad Akhlaq of Dadri in Uttar Pradesh was lynched by a mob; Rohith Vemula, a Dalit Ph.
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Civil rights activist Binayak Sen was hostage to the third complaint for a piece of paper that he allegedly exchanged with the Maoists.
Binayak Sen on Saturday reiterated his call for unconditional release of Chhattisgarh's abducted Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon.
New Delhi Social activist Dr Binayak Sen, serving life imprisonment in a Chhattisgarh prison on charges of sedition, was granted bail by the Supreme Court yesterday.
Sweden, April 15 -- An appeal has been sent to the heads of the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Stop TB Partnership by noted health advocates to come forward in support of Dr Binayak Sen - a medical doctor who is allegedly wrongly serving a life sentence in India.
Even in the case of surplus, Indian traders invade the market and country ends up importing food again paying a high price," said Binayak Rajabhandari, an agriculture expert.
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