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Bijapur encounter: Six women among 8 Maoists killed

While no police casualties were reported, the operation comes just days after 39 Maoists were killed in Gadchiroli in Maharashtra, which borders Bijapur.

Six women among eight Maoists killed in Bijapur encounter

While no police casualties were reported, the operation comes just days after 39 Maoists were killed in Gadchiroli in Maharashtra, which borders Bijapur.

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Eight maoists gunned down in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district

In another joint operation in early March, a team of Greyhounds personnel and Chhattisgarh police had swooped on a Naxal camp in Bijapur. Ten maoists, including seven women, were gunned down in the operation.

Two CRPF men injured in Naxal blast in Chhattisgarh

The blast comes a day before Lok Sabha polls in the area.

10 Naxals surrender in Chhattisgarh

They were given Rs. 10,000 cash as encouragement money.

4 CRPF men killed in C’garh Naxal ambush

CRPF often conducts civic programmes in villages and distributes blankets,medical kits and other goods.

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Ballotin: Snubbed Cong leaders quit party

Mankuram Sodhi,among the seniormost Congress leaders in Bastar also resigned.

Sarkeguda encounter: Year later,three probes but still no report

A year later,none of the three commissions set up to probe the killings has submitted its report

Abducted SPO killed,5 Maoists arrested in Chhattisgarh

An abducted Special Police Officer was killed by Maoists while five ultras arrested in two incidents in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district,police said.

Free,cops don’t want to go to Bastar

Sukruram Bhagat and his three colleagues,who were released by Maoists.

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30 Maoists surrender before police, four killed in encounter in Chattisgarh

Bastar, Jan 16 (ANI): Around 30 Maoists surrendered before police in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh. Surrendered Maoists were residents of Mundagarh, Kaknar, Burgum, Chandela, Mardum and Lohandiguda villages. The Maoists were booked for various cases including murder, shooting at police officials, bomb blasts and vandalizing government buildings. They decided to give up arms after getting affected by the ongoing encounters and the government’s rehabilitation policy. Meanwhile, in Bijapur district of the state, four bodies of Maoists - including a woman - were recovered after a successful operation against the rebels. The Maoists were killed in an encounter with personnel of District Reserve Guard (DRG). The police also recovered country made grenades and other equipments used by the Maoists.

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