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Baroda dynamite conspiracy

C. G. K. Reddy

Baroda dynamite conspiracy

the right to rebel

by C. G. K. Reddy

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Published by Vision Books in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Reddy, C. G. K.,
    • Conspiracies -- India.,
    • Revolutionaries -- India -- Biography.,
    • India -- Politics and government -- 1975-1977.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes index.

      StatementC.G.K. Reddy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS481.R39 A33
      The Physical Object
      Pagination176 p., [4] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages176
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4383523M
      LC Control Number78900942

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      Baroda dynamite case is the term used for the criminal case launched by the Indira Gandhi government in India during the Indian Emergency ( - 77) against the opposition leader George Fernandes and 24 others.. The Central Bureau of Investigation charged George and others of smuggling dynamite to blow up government establishments and railway tracks in protest against state of emergency. - Those were one of the worst times for India. The war with Pakistan had just concluded. Oil crisis seemed to be never ending. Drought was expected in most parts of the country anytime soon. In , the mess prices were increased in Gujarat government hostels by 30%. The students found it too exorbitant and protested ag.

      Kristin Plys. (). “Violence as a Tactic of Social Protest in Postcolonial India: From the Railway Workers’ Strike to the Baroda Dynamite Conspiracy, ” European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie 60(2): Kristin Plys. (). Baroda Dynamite Case, An Important Chapter In George Fernandes’s Life. Janu


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The over year-old Baroda Dynamite Case was one of the important chapters in the life of former Union minister George Fernandes, who was jailed during his fight against the imposition of Emergency by the then Indira Gandhi-led government.

Fernandes, 88, who served as the defence Minister in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government, died in Delhi Tuesday following a prolonged illness. Baroda Dynamite Case Was a Key Chapter in George Fernandes’ Life. He was arrested in June for conspiracy to procure dynamite sticks to blow up vital rail & road infrastructure.

Baroda Dynamite Conspiracy: The Right to Rebel (New Delhi, Vision Books). Ritchie, Donald A., Doing Oral History (Oxford, Oxford University Press). George Fernandes and the Baroda Dynamite Conspiracy Those were one of the worst times for India.

C G K Reddy in his book, The Baroda Dynamite Conspiracy quotes Fernandes as saying, “The chains that we bear are symbols of the entire nation which.

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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reddy, C.G.K. Baroda dynamite conspiracy. New Delhi: Vision Books, The Dynamite Conspiracy is a narrative-driven retelling of the bombing of the anti-Union Los Angeles Times by Union Terrorists in The attack killed 20 people.

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In the prologue to the book (), when he was selected to join the Dufferin, he wanted to get into the Navy, but was rejected as he was marked as a Gandhian! While he was in Calcutta prior to joining Dufferin he was drawn to Subash Chandra.C.G.K. Reddy in his book Baroda Dynamite Conspiracy points out that the socialist underground movement was not only about dynamite as is often made out.

The aim was to .