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Indian Maoism

Bidyut Chakrabarty, University of Delhi | Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus

10-Aug-17 20:00

Indian Maoism

Maoists remain a formidable threat to the Indian state. Why? How did they become appealing to the indigenous and the rural poor? In this episode, we talk once again to historian and political scientist Bidyut Chakrabarty to get a fuller, more objective account of this enigmatic and violent political movement.



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Tags:  MaoismCommunismMarxismNaxaliteCommunist Party of India (Maoist)left-wingIndian politicsNight SchoolPolitics, News, Current AffairsCulture, History, Heritage

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