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Government to send 2,000 paramilitary men of Nagaland unit to fight Maoists in Bastar
Times of India

Government to send 2,000 paramilitary men of Nagaland unit to ...

NEW DELHI: The home ministry has decided to send over 2,000 paramilitary men belonging Nagaland's Indian Reserve Battalions to fight Maoists in Bastar, the worst Maoist-hit zone. A senior home ministry official said his ministry has written to the ... Times of India, 1 week ago
South Asian Terrorism Portal

South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 3

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, While the rest of the world has focused its attention towards bloodbath in the Arab ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India: Signal Success In Odisha Analysis

By SATP By Mrinal Kanta Das Providing dramatic relief to the Odisha Government and Security Forces (SFs) engaged in anti-Naxal [Left-Wing Extremist (LWE)] operations in the State, Sabyasachi Panda alias Sunil alias Sarat, the general ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago

From revolution's poster boy to old dog

Odisha's Deputy Leader of the Opposition once called him the "voice of 57 percent in Odisha, who have only Rs. 12 to spend per day." Before he fell out with the CPI (Maoist), Maoist commander Sabyasachi Panda was so popular that political parties in ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Sabyasachi: Childhood Leftist who chose to be a Maoist

Saturday, 19 July 2014 | PNS | BHUBANESWAR | in Bhubaneswar Sabyasachi Panda alias Sunil (46) was born into a political family at Mayurjhalia village in Ranpur in Nayagarh district. His grandfather Madan Sundar Panda, a freedom fighter, served ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Maoists on Strategy Mode to Regain West Odisha Hold

SAMBALPUR: Under pressure from the intense combing operations by the security forces, the Maoists are chalking out new strategies to regain their lost ground in Western Odisha. Following an exchange of fire between security forces and Maoists at ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
IndiaTV News

Maoists getting support from European orgns: MHA

In a shocking revelation, The Home Ministry on Tuesday said that the Communist Party of India (Maoist) insurgents may be getting support from some foreign organisations located in Europe. Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju today told the Lok ...
 Nagaland Post1 month ago Kiren Rijiju says some European organisations lending help to Maoists in India  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Maoism in India: Know its history and King Pin "Ganapathy"  IndiaTV News2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

Cops get Maoist couple married

West Bengal saw a happy ending to a one-of-a-kind love story on Thursday night. Two maoist cadres, who had surrendered in Purulia district and were in transit remand of the district cops, fell in love with each other six months ago. And when the ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 month ago

Revised incentive for surrendered Maoists announced

Sulagna Sengupta sulagna@thestatesman.net Kolkata 17 June From now onwards, the surrendered Maoists who have been given jobs as home guard by the state government are entitled for the revised incentive package that has been put together for ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
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