Candidates with ‘Maoist links’ sweep Bastar polls.
Ilina Sen’s memoir of her days in Chhattisgarh does not quite bring to life the interesting times she has lived through.
Asia’s largest unauthorised colony has pinned hopes on Mohaniya as it voted him back by a massive margin of 43,988 votes.
Hastakshar was assigned the most significant of all the 70 constituencies —- Arvind Kejriwal’s New Delhi.
Indian Express moves into Asia’s largest unauthorised colony to live there — and track the battle for the capital.
AAP and BJP supporters sum one another up and wonder, what if?
Sangam Vihar has an estimated 10,000 small or medium garment workshops that accept orders from various firms and stitch material for export.
The Indian Express moves into Asia’s largest unauthorised colony to live there — and track the battle for the capital.
Sangam Vihar has recorded less than half a per cent of its incidents of violence against women.
The water crisis became acute from 2005 when electricity supply led to a sudden rise in population.
Sangam Vihar still doesn’t have even one government health centre with beds or inpatient facilities.
The Indian Express reporter Ashutosh Bhardwaj moves into Asia’s largest unauthorised colony to track the battle for the capital.
The family now rushes to reclaim the “son”, who lives with transgenders.
The chief minister’s personal machinery worked hard during the campaign but the BJP lost, with Congress grabbing four of the six seats.
In 2009, the BJP had won six of the nine municipal corporations, 18 of 32 municipalities and 71 of the 127 nagar panchayats.
Maoists who surrender want a family life, away from the shadow of death.
The BJP had blamed the previous UPA government of being “soft” towards the Naxals.
The Congress had earlier tried to make it a political issue and even called writers and urged them to boycott the event.
Tejaswi’s father is highest-ranked Maoist to have ever surrendered, she is perhaps the only Naxal child to study abroad.
This is the first time that a top officer of a paramilitary force in Chhattisgarh has blamed officers.
The Congress argued that the festival should be boycotted as the state “is still in mourning”.
None of the 136 Maoists to have surrendered in Chhattisgarh from January 2009 to May 2014 has received any benefits either.
The Indian Express had reported that uniforms and boots of the dead CRPF personnel were found in a garbage dump of the hospital.
Doctors said no post-mortem examination was conducted in the hospital after the autopsies of the CRPF personnel.
A few villagers also claimed that the Maoists had been tracking the forces over the last two days.
Deputy commandant, assistant commandant among those killed; Rajnath says ‘personally hurt’.
Agrawal’s family runs a flourishing business in gudakhu, a product believed to be the biggest cause of oral cancer in the state.
Villagers said the violence was allegedly initiated by VHP members armed with swords and spears.
The Catholics run 22 schools in the tribal district of Bastar, spread over an area bigger than Kerala.
Two other women, Lamiya Bai and Budhwaria Bai, could not remember when they had undergone the operation.
Almost all the women who died in Chhattisgarh’s sterilisation tragedy left behind a child less than a year old, the youngest born just a month ago.
CM Singh did not respond to requests for comment but Agarwal said that the drugs were purchased by a local official.
The police have said that the company did not manufacture the drugs here, bought from elsewhere and merely packaged it in the factory.
Under the guidelines, a doctor cannot conduct more than 10 such surgeries in a day.
Dr. S.K. Mandal says the surgeon was arrested late Wednesday after he had gone into hiding.
The laparoscopic tubectomies took place without the knowledge of the trust that ran the facility.