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A 45-year-old man who was an active member of the now-disbanded Salwa Judum was shot dead by suspected naxalites in Chhatt
Chhattisgarh police in collaboration with paramilitary forces are carrying out "small surgical" operations again
Naxals today killed the sarpanch of Kunded village, who was a former member of anti-Maoist vigilant group Salwa Judum. In
Maoists today put up banners in remote parts of this district justifying the attack on the convoy of Congress leaders in C
Chhattisgarh government today announced that a college in Dantewada district will be named after senior Congress leader an
Tribal Affairs Minister V Kishore Chandra Deo today dubbed anti-Maoist militia Salwa Judum as a "sinful strategy"
Mahendra Karma, former Chhattisgarh Home Minister, slain by Naxals along with 26 others, had Z-plus security with 16 armed
Strongly condemning the Maoist attack on Congress leaders in Chhattisgarh, the Communist Party of India(ML) has said that
At least 17 people, including senior Congress leader Mahendra Karma, were killed and former union minister V C Shukla and
Ram Guha in the Telegraph on the demolition of a Gandhian ashram in Chhatisgarh:
In the early hours of May 17, while the rest of India was asleep after an election conducted honestly and won fairly, a massive contingent of police and paramilitary descended on a Gandhian ashram in the interior of Chhattisgarh. They woke up the sleeping social workers, and gave them exactly one hour to pack their belongings. The Gandhians were then escorted outside the ashram that had been their home, thus making way for the bulldozers that had been sent to demolish it. The machines were supervised by some 500 men in uniform, variously owing allegiance to the Central Reserve Police Force and the Chhattisgarh state police. Over the course of that Sunday, as the rest of India was considering the consequences of the election just held, the Vanvasi Chetna Ashram in Dantewada was razed to the ground. The office, the training hall, the staff quarters, even the tubewells — nothing was spared.