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Gujarat Caste Violence: Dalit Man Attacked For ‘Sporting A Long Moustache’

May 25, 2021 Outlook Web Bureau

Three people have been arrested in connection with the case, police said

Time To Heal Naxal Wounds

Apr 01, 2021 Prakash Singh

There is only one way out – and it is that the government of India and the Maoists should sit across the table and sort out their differences.


Dalit Man Beaten For 'Plucking Leaves', Kills Himself; 2 Arrested

Dharampal Diwakar, 25, died by suicide in UP after being thrashed by the two accused for plucking leaves from their mango tree

Naxals Blow Up Police Vehicle In Chhatisgarh, Five Cops Killed, Two Injured

May 20, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The ultras also looted the weapons of the police personnel, he said, adding that reinforcement was rushed to the spot soon after the incident.


Chhattisgarh Police Uses Song, 'A New Morning' To Encourage Naxals To Shun Guns

The Chhattisgarh police is using an audio music album - comprising songs in regional languages - as its latest weapon to encourage Naxals in the Bastar division to shun violence.

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31 March, 2018

Gujarat: 21-Year-Old Dalit Youth Killed Allegedly For Owning, Riding Horse

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In his complaint to Umrala police, Pradip's father, Kalubhai Rathod, claimed that some upper caste Rajput men held a grudge against his son after he bought a horse recently.


24 March, 2018

Naxals Are Anti-Poor, Anti-Tribal, Anti-Development; Naxalism On Its Last Leg In India: Rajnath Singh

Outlook Web Bureau

The demoralised Naxal cadres are now not able to undertake a fight head on with security forces and hence with their limited capabilities are now resorting to coward ambushes, he said.


15 October, 2017

Tension In Uttar Pradesh Village After Dalit Girl Allegedly Thrashed By Jat Girls

Outlook Web Bureau

Agitated Dalit residents of the village staged a protest and demanded a probe into the matter.


19 August, 2017

By 2022, Will Solve Kashmir, Naxalism And Northeast Insurgency Issues, Says Rajnath Singh

Outlook Web Bureau

Singh was addressing a programme here titled 'Sankalp se Siddhi - New India Movement (2017-2022) Naye Bharat kaa nirmaan'.


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