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Battlefield hospital for security personnel

The hospital will be housed inside the fortified Central Reserve Police Force camp in Chintalnar area of the district, which has witnessed Naxal attacks on security forces in 2010 where 76 men Asian Age, 3 weeks ago

CRPF opens combat-support hospitals in Naxal hotbed of Bastar

Press Trust of India | Raipur January 26, 2015 Last Updated at 19:10 IST Marking the Republic day, the CRPF today inaugurated two first-of-their kind 'battlefield' hospitals in the Naxal hotbeds of Bastar in Chhattisgarh which will provide immediate ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago

India: Maoist: Chhattisgarh Timeline 2015

January 1 A heavily armed group of CPI-Maoist cadres killed a former intelligence unit 'chief' of the Maoists, identified as Shivaji Korsa at Kottapal village in Bijapur District, who had surrendered before Police in 2012. Maoists torched a road ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal2 weeks ago Sukma Maoist attack: How paramilitary forces botched up on basics  Firstpost.com1 month ago Chhattisgarh Maoist attack: 14 CRPF personnel, ...  Firstpost.com2 months ago Maoists kill 14 CRPF jawans, Rajnath to visit Chhattisgarh today  India Today2 months ago

Anti-Naxal ops: First 'field hospital' for injured troops in Chattisgarh

A first-of-its kind 'battle field hospital' is being set up deep inside the Naxal hotbed of Dantewada in Chhattisgarh which will provide immediate first aid to injured Central Reserve Police Force and other security forces officials undertaking anti-Maoist operations. The mini combat-support hospital, aided with life sustaining and resuscitation gadgets, will be the first operational medical facility for security troops operating in various Maoist affected states. The hospital will be housed ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Anti-Naxal ops: 1st 'field hospital' for injured troops in CG  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Anti-Maoist ops: 1st ''field hospital'' for injured troops in Chhattisgarh  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago

New CRPF chief undertakes special tour of Bastar in CG

Newly-appointed CRPF chief Prakash Mishra undertook a whirlwind tour of the worst Naxal violence- affected areas of Bastar in Chhattisgarh in order to firm up operations agaist the ultras in the state. The CRPF Director General, during his ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India: The Same Trap, Again In Chhattisgarh Analysis

By SATP By Fakir Mohan Pradhan In a guerrilla ambush, showing sufficient elements of mobile warfare, the Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres killed 14 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel including two officers, ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 23

Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the Print Ajit Kumar Singh Research Fellow, With major terrorist attacks intended to disrupt the electoral process in Jammu & ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal1 month ago

An intel black hole in the red zone?

The recent killing of 14 CRPF men in a Maoist ambush highlights the need to beef up the intelligence-gathering system in Chhattisgarh's interiors. Priyanka Kaushal reports Bloodied bravehearts Security personnel injured in the Sukma attack are ...
 Tehelka1 month ago
Indian Express

Rajnath, CM pay tribute to slain CRPF personnel

RAIPUR: Union home minister Rajnath Singh, governor, chief minister Raman Singh, and other senior leaders paid tribute to slain CRPF jawans of 4th Battalion in Mana on Tuesday. Rajnath said that Maoist problem was a challenge before the nation.
 Times of India1 month ago CRPF men got separated from team, became easy targets  Indian Express1 month ago Home Minister Rajnath in Sukma to pay tribute to Martyrs  Samaylive2 months ago
Central Chronicle

Raman Singh's ouster call grows louder | Siddaramaiah no longer chief among ministers

NEW DELHI: Chhattisgarh CM Raman Singh is under fire for repeated Maoist attacks in his state, with a growing demand for his ouster from even within BJP. BJP president Amit Shah is scheduled to visit Raipur on December 10 to meet party MLAs and seek ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Naxals may attack again: CRPF  Nagaland Post2 months ago Thirteen CRPF personnel martyred in Chhattisgarh Naxal ambush  Central Chronicle2 months ago Chhattisgarh Naxal attack: Maoists took away weapons; Rajnath to assess situation  ZeeNews.com2 months ago
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