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    Anonymous

    Whats a defence journalist doing covering a political issue?

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  2. 2

    InValid

    Hi Shiv, I too have the same question in my mind.

    Then, I thought that Shiv would have gone there to learn about the tactics deployed by the people over there.

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    sniperz11

    Nandigram ceased to be a political issue the moment the CPI(M) fellows got out their automatic rifles and pistols.

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    Murmur

    I agree with sniperz11, but only initially. Even though the automatic rifles and pistols do prevent it from being read merely as a political issue, the relationship between just a bunch of people existing without organization and the subsequent constitution of what can be called the ‘political arena’ lie a lot of weapons. The Nandigram event just removed the barriers between the political space and the space of violence, a barrier that both the politicians and the defence people love to say exists.

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    Sujan Dutta

    Hey Shiv,

    Am very very interested.

    Sujan

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