Nandaram Kunjam never imagined that one day he would be forced to leave his ancestral village in the Maoist hotbed here, not because of the Naxal terror, but due to the river water turning red due to effluents discharged into it after iron ore mining. Zee News, 2 months ago
'Red water' forces people in Chhattisgarh's Naxal hotbed to migrate - Asian Age, 2 months ago
'Red water' forces people in C'garh's Naxal hotbed to migrate - Economic Times, 2 months ago
LUDHIANA: For 54-year-old Naveen Mittar and 40-year-old Vineet Monga riding motorbikes gives them ultimate pleasure and to get their regular dose, the duo travels to the mountains. Their recent trip was to Kibber in Himachal Pradesh that is known ...Times of India, 1 month ago
In a separate incident on the same day, another Maoist, identified as Rama (27), a Jan Militia member, was killed and another three were arrested after an encounter between the Sukma District Reserve Guard and Maoists near Tumma Vaagu village in ...India Blooms, 1 month ago India: Maoists In Chhattisgarh, Limited Gains, Repeated Errors Analysis Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
eputy Commander of Local Organising Squad (LOS) surrendered before the police after running away from Maoists who had known about his surrender plans and reportedly roughed him up, police said on Wednesday.Four other guerrillas have also laid down ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago 5 Naxals Surrender in Chhattisgarh New Indian Express, 1 month ago
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, The Islamic State (IS) has started making significant territorial gains within ...South Asian Terrorism Portal, 1 month ago
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