India opposition, Maoists protest land row violence

India’s parliament was adjourned on Monday and Maoist rebels enforced a two-day strike in remote rural strongholds, as protests mounted over the killing of villagers in a land row in the east this month. Opposition lawmakers from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) disrupted both houses of parliament after demanding a debate over the violence in the Nandigram area, which has been blamed on the communist government of West Bengal state. Full Story

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