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 (gə-nāsh′) also Ga·ne·sha (-nā′shə)
n. Hinduism
The god of wisdom and the remover of obstacles, son of Shiva and Parvati, depicted as a short fat man with an elephant's head.

[Hindi Gaṇeś, from Sanskrit Gaṇeśaḥ, from gaṇeśaḥ, master of throngs : gaṇaḥ, throng, group of followers + īśaḥ, master (from īṣṭe, īś-, he rules over; see aik- in Indo-European roots).]
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Noun1.Ganesha - Hindu god of wisdom or prophecyGanesha - Hindu god of wisdom or prophecy; the god who removes obstacles
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His other high profile cases include representing the government, opposing Dr Binayak Sen's bail plea when he was held on sedition charges.
Binayak Sen for his purported links with Naxalites; one can list several other cases of misuse of 'sedition law' in the recent past.
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Binayak Sen joined the fiery political philosopher and trade union leader Shankar Guha Niyogi in coal mining district Dalli- Rajhara, Madhya Pradesh, as political activists.
The book, written by Binayak Dutta and Bhupen Sharma, has been published by the All Assam Lawyers' Association.
In the most famous recent sedition case, Indian doctor and human rights activist Binayak Sen was jailed for life in 2010 for allegedly helping Maoist rebels.
Uncharacteristically, passive Sen gets involved in advocacy of human rights protesting against a judicial judgment in the case of "state versus Binayak Sen" in Bihar state, a case generating wide attention of human rights activists in India and abroad.
JAILED for life and freed on bail, Indian human rights campaigner Dr Binayak Sen made a special journey to Northumberland to see his own portrait.
Binayak Sen, a pediatrician and civil liberties activist who has dedicated his life to providing medical service to the poor people of the state.