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Facing repeated inundation, Bhamragad awaits solution to floods

The bridge over Parlkota that connects Bhamragad to the district headquarters, about 180 km away, also gets submerged in just a few heavy showers. It is proposed to be replaced with a raised structure but the proposal is yet to make any headway.

Chhattisgarh: One CRPF jawan killed, five injured in Naxal attack

Chhattisgarh naxal attack: Two jawans are said to be critical and are being evacuated through helicopters.

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Vadodara: MS University holds lecture on ‘Urban Naxalism’

The lecture was organised by city-based think tank Centre for Indian Progress.

Chhattisgarh elections: In Kharsia, BJP bets on former IAS officer, Congress on Patel legacy

The odds are steep, for Kharsia is the bastion of Umesh Patel, son of Congress stalwart Nand Kumar Patel and brother of Deepak Patel, both killed in the Darbha attack by Maoists in 2013.

Naxalism will be eliminated from India in 3 years: Rajnath Singh

"The day is not far, maybe in a time period of 1-2 or 3 years, that the LWE will be wiped out from the country and this would happen due to your (CRPF) determination, courage, and hard work and that of the state police forces," said Singh.

Left bodies promoting urban naxalism, says NSUI ‘diary’

All India Students’ Association (AISA) DU President Kawalpreet Kaur said the NSUI was branding all dissenters as ‘Urban Naxals’.

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Development is the only answer to all sort of violence: PM Modi in Chhattisgarh

Talking about ending the gap between the rich and the poor, Modi said, "It's my dream to see that one who wears 'hawai chappal', travels in aeroplane."

Arrests in Bhima-Koregaon case show RSS and far-right now enjoy impunity

The current scenario shows the impunity the far-right presently enjoys in India, something that the far-left never will.

51 years of Naxalbari: How a peasant uprising triggered a pan-India political movement

In the late sixties and early seventies, the Naxalbari uprising ignited a fire in the hearts of both the urban youth and the rural masses. Eventually, it would go on to determine the very nature of armed revolution in India.

Gadchiroli encounter: Six more Maoists confirmed dead, toll rises to 22

The encounter on Monday comes a day after what Maharashtra Police said was the biggest-ever success in its anti-Maoist operations. Earlier on Monday, Director General of Maharashtra Police, Satish Mathur appealed to the Maoists to surrender.

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