Updating sino indian principles of cooperative engagement by sanjaya baru
Just loading the stage in the builder caused our computers to chug, so this must have taken some massive amount of patience! It showcased a funky physics exploit that slipped under the QA radar (but honestly aren’t all bugs just features?
The stage layout really threw us for a loop at first, but we are Yeah Jam Fury masters!
A member of the organisation, Govind Patki, helped Pansare get admission to a high school in Rahuri. Pansare then moved to Kolhapur district for further education.
On 20 February 2015, Pansare was airlifted to the Breach Candy Hospital after he reported a swelling in his lungs, on the same day, Pansare succumbed to his injuries at the Breach Candy Hospital.
The modus operandi of the attackers was similar to that used by the criminals who killed activist Narendra Dabholkar in a separate morning attack in August 2013, Sharad Pawar, leader of Nationalist Congress Party, said this was an attempt to silence the people who speak against extremists. On 18 February 2015, an activist, Ketan Tirodkar, filed a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court claiming that police had known about threats to his life and had failed to act, he also pointed out the similarities to Narendra Dabholkar's murder.
Pansare was introduced to Communism in his school days, he helped the election campaign of communist candidate P. There he was joined by Patki who was a native of that district; in 1952, he joined the Communist Party of India (CPI).
While studying in the Rajaram College, Kolhapur, he used to visit a book shop called The Republic Bookstall, which was run by left-wing activists.
There he read various books on the left ideologies, he participated in Samyukta Maharashtra Movement and the Goa liberation movement.