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Chhattisgarh: 5 schools, hostels reopen in Maoist-affected village

Jagargunda, once one of Asia’s primary tamarind markets, has been the epicentre of violence between Maoists and the state

Maoist audio message does WhatsApp rounds in Bastar jungles

In the four-minute clip, Vikas calls on the intelligentsia and the media to demand a judicial inquiry into the encounter. “It is good for us operationally, (since) it has the potential to generate intelligence inputs,” the officer said.

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Chhattisgarh: Woman killed in ‘fake encounter’, allege villagers

Activist Soni Sori has said that if action is not taken against the “errant personnel” within eight days, she would sit on a hunger strike with family members of the deceased woman and other villagers.

To check Maoists, forces to target their local helpers

Wary of being accused of human rights violations, the security forces operating in the region had so far not targetted the “Jan Militia” who are primarily farmers or villagers who live off the forest.

Chhattisgarh: At Salwa Judum camp, families forgotten for 13 years, untouched by poll campaign

Gopal Ramteke struggles to find a word that describes who they are, then finally says it aloud. “Sharanarthi”. Refugee. He and 1,700 other families who remain at a Salwa Judum camp in Cherpal are refugees of a war between the state and Maoists.

Four Maoists killed in Chhattisgarh encounter

A press note issued by the Narayanpur police said they had information on presence of members of the Nelnar area committee, Nelnar Local Operation Squad and Jhara Local Operation Squad in the village, which comes under the Kukdajhor police station limits.

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10 Maoists, Greyhound commando killed in encounter in Chhattisgarh forest

Sources said Chhattisgarh Police had received information that a meeting of the Maoists would be held somewhere along the Chhattisgarh-Telangana border.

It Happened In Dharmapenta

What a Chhattisgarh village can teach on how to wrest ground from Maoists.

Women Maoist commanders play big role in encounters

In the past one year, there has been a significant increase in women joining the armed wing of Maoists.

Everywhere, a Maoist plot

Chhattisgarh government is unable to accept the right to protest and unwilling to hear the people’s voice.

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