Naxal Violence

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May 23, Forty Years Ago: JP for Revolution

May was to be devoted to propagating the message of “total revolution”, even in the remotest corners of the state.

Bodies of seven cops killed in Naxal attack recovered

Amid heavy security, the bodies of the Special Task Force personnel were taken to Kankerlanka camp.

Secret fund’s misuse by Jharkhand cops; Supreme Court refuses to hear PIL

However, SC said that instead of a PIL, an appeal against the Jharkhand HC order could be filed.

State asked to release aid to kin of blast victims in 4 weeks

The Bombay High Court on Tuesday ordered the state government to disburse, within four weeks, compensation to the next of kin of four persons, who lost their lives during the July 13, 2011 Mumbai triple bomb blasts. The court observed that the delay in disbursement was caused as the government had not authorised the Thane […]

Long, bumpy road between development and votes

A visit to West Champaran to find out why a rural roads revolution does not seem to be working for the Nitish Kumar government this election.

Over 12,000 killed in Naxal violence in past 20 years

As many as 75 CRPF personnel and a Chhattisgarh Police official were killed in a Naxal attack in Dantewada district on April 6, 2010.

Gadchiroli: Naxals gun down 2 villagers

Raju Ajmera and Laxman Sidam, both were called out by Naxals and questioned over their alleged role as police informers.

Naxal ideologues ‘more dangerous’ than armed cadres: Govt

government has told the Supreme Court that the rebels have destroyed thousands of development and infrastructure facilities and kidnapped proactive,sincere district collectors to prevent development from reaching the poor.

Raman Singh govt failed to check Naxal violence: Sonia Gandhi

Sonia Gandhi said the BJP rule has brought poverty and backwardness in the state.

Raman Singh govt failed to check Naxal violence: Sonia Gandhi

Charging the state government with bad governance,Sonia said that BJP rule has brought poverty and backwardness in Chhattisgarh.

Orissa Police makes strides in anti-Maoist ops

What has changed in Orissa’s anti-Maoist operations is the full backing given to SPs,making them the fulcrum of anti-Naxal operations

Impose curfew,fine on villagers for helping Naxals: Mumbai CP

Maoist movement needs to be restricted both physically and psychologically from the general population”.

Digvijay Singh accuses Chhattisgarh govt of ‘sheltering’ Naxals

Coordination between the security forces and state police was leading to rise in Naxal violence.

NCTC meet: Naxal violence has no place in democracy,says PM Manmohan Singh

Centre and states must join hands to curb violence by Maoists: Manmohan Singh

Naxal violence still too high for govt comfort

Most of these strikes have taken place in Chhattisgarh,Jharkhand and Bihar