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About 7 results for "bhamragarh"

Gadchiroli villages live under shadow of gun

Nagpur: For over three and half decades, the people of 10-15 villages beyond Bhamragarh have been living under constant fear of gun, either of Naxalites or of police and paramilitary forces. For much of the time, these villages are directly or ... Times of India, 2 months ago

Abducted cop shot dead by Naxalites in Bhamragarh

Nagpur: Naik police constable Bandu Wachami, abducted by Naxalites on May 10, was found dead with gunshot injuries under his right ear at Arewada in Bhamragarh tehsil on Monday. Wachami, posted at Kothi armed outpost (AOP), had stepped out of the ...
 Times of India2 months ago Naxals kill abducted tribal  Times of India1 month ago
Hindustan Times

6 swept away, over 100 villages marooned in Vidarbha after heavy rains

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 Hindustan Times1 week ago

Flooding cuts off 120 villages in Gchiroli

Chandrapur: Incessant rains since the last 72 hours and overflowing rivers and nullahs in Gadchiroli have cut off more than 120 villages from the district headquarters. While Dhanora, Bhamragarh and Etapalli tehsils have been worst sufferers, the ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Amte corners cops for thrashing tribals

Nagpur: Gadchiroli police were left embarrassed after Magsaysay award and Padma Shri winner Dr Prakash Amte came down heavily on the security forces for manhandling some tribals from Poyarkoti, Kundurwahi, Arewada and adjacent villages in Bhamragarh ...
 Times of India2 months ago

Education a distant dream for Gadchiroli students

Last year, three girls from Gadchiroli fled from Lahiri Ashram School to join the Naxalites alleging harassment by teachers. In their letter, the minors had also called on others to leave school and join the 'red movement'. Though one of them later ...
 Times of India2 months ago
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