Yoga events at these designated places, for 37 minutes from 7 am, will include prayer and meditation but not surya namaskar.
Self-Help Groups linked to government schemes see Oraon women running farms, working as contractors, driving autorickshaws in impoverished Surguja
The institute was set up in 2000 by A Nagraj, who was born in Karnataka. Today it has branches in Kanpur, Indore, Bijnor and Amarkantak, where 95-year-old Nagraj lives with some of his disciples.
While former Judum leader Sukhdev Tati admits some vested interests entered the Judum campaign, he denies an “industry hand”.
A decade after Mahendra Karma launched Salwa Judum, the slain Congress leader’s son Chhavindra is trying to start another movement against Maoists in Chhattisgarh.
The government calls it the dream project of CM Raman Singh, though the need for a new capital was first underlined by first chief minister Ajit Jogi.
Man Booker International Prize winner László Krasznahorkai’s work is driven by a relentless intensity that captures the terrifying beauty of the here and now.
According to Home Ministry figures, from 2008-14, 992 LWE cadres were killed, 13,657 were arrested, 2,608 surrendered.
The deceased are STF constable Sitaram Kunjam and assistant constable of the district force Moti Ram (28).
The District Education Officer of Mahasamund issued a circular on May 11 to all the 14 missionary schools in his district in this regard.
PM Narendra Modi advised the Maoists to, ‘Put down' their guns; said violence had no future.
Maoists were opposing the construction of a bridge on a local river near Marenga village.
It is likely to submerge many villages of Konta block of Sukma district in south Bastar.
Given rare access, Indian Express reporter Ashutosh Bhardwaj spent 23 days with the Maoists in Chhattisgharh, living in their camps, sharing their food, watching films on a laptop and debating Mao.
Chandra had earlier asked Singh to furnish by April 20 the “names and addresses of passengers who were given Sleeper berths.
Officials asked to provide names of all passengers whose tickets on Bilaspur-Patna Express were confirmed through VIP quota on April 11.
The camp doesn’t have a bathroom. Kumar and others bathe at a handpump and go inside the jungle, despite the risk, to relieve themselves.
Four policemen were killed in the Maoist attack so far and several other are in critical condition.
Amid heavy security, the bodies of the Special Task Force personnel were taken to Kankerlanka camp.
While some of the injured have reached the nearest police camp, the bodies of the dead are yet to be evacuated.
The CRPF has nearly 30,000 personnel posted in Chhattisgarh and provide crucial support to the state police.
Sects of Congress have publicly sparred over the party’s strategy for the PDS scam and blamed each other for taking the battle decisively to the BJP government.
Adverse orders, indictments, probe, House ridicule... nothing seems to stop Raman Singh kin Sanjay Singh.
Seek release of guard held in police informer’s murder case, say rebels forced him.
The ACB recently took 186 samples of Amrit Namak across the state from places like Bastar, Dhamtari and Mahasamund.
Memo found in search mentions ‘CM Madam,’ police say that refers to wife of Food Dept staff.
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.
With the end of the Mughal Empire and the rise of British power, the 19th century Muslim intellectual had to reimagine his politics.