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Central schemes: No major change for states hit by Left wing extremism

“It means the schemes will not only be funded by the Centre but also monitored by it,” said a senior state government official.

Centre rejects Bengal government's request for central forces

The Centre told the state government that it was unable to provide necessary force as they have been deployed at other sensitive areas.

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Centre to tackle Naxal menace with ‘localised approach’

After Sukma incident, govt decides to put special attention on South Bastar.

Centre keen to project Chhattisgarh as tourist hotspot

A tourist security plan has was launched on Friday that includes setting up of a 24x7 tourist helpline and deployment of tourist police.

Roads, buildings, bridges replace fear of Naxals

Bridges and roads pending for many years have been completed.

No plans for aerial attacks on Maoists: Raman Singh

ADG (Naxal Ops) RK Vij said that 'more choppers were asked for improving mobility of forces and response time in crisis situations, not for aerial attacks'

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Centre plans special benefits for armed forces in Naxal areas

The government has decided that any infrastructure activities in LWE affected areas would be taken up only after the area has been cleared of rebels.

Chhattisgarh polls: Congress releases manifesto; focuses on farmers,poor

The party has also stressed on formulation of a policy based on winning confidence of the tribals.

Cops puncture Reddy’s theory of Naxal revival with Telangana

Reddy has sought to create a fear of the Maoist problem being revived if Telangana is created.

Chhattisgarh: Amid high turnout,20 booths saw zero polling

A Ministry of Home Affairs internal note said “security forces frustrated Maoist plan to disrupt polls.”

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Tracking the damage done by IEDs: News in Numbers

With Maoists increasingly using Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in their operations, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) has turned to the Army for lessons from its experience in J&K.

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