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How green is my land - Maoists make us believe

KOLKATA/LALGARG: If you walk through the villages of Kankradhara, Dhansola, Bulagora or Banisole - all under Lalgarh police station area - you will find acres of greenery. Even five years earlier, these areas were considered to be the breeding ... Times of India, 3 days ago

Third Death During Army War Games

NEW DELHI: In a tragic incident, a Lieutenant Colonel of the Indian Army, an expert in handling ammunition, died due of a cardiac arrest while participating in a military training exercise in the desert of Pokhran in Rajasthan. Incidentally, this is ...
 New Indian Express1 day ago Third Death During Army War Games: Lt Colonel Dies of Cardiac Arrest  New Indian Express1 day ago

Army officer succumbs to cardiac arrest during training

Jaipur, Nov 24 (PTI) A 39-year-old Army officer hailing from Dehradun died due to cardiac arrest while participating in a training exercise in Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan. Ordinance Corps officer, Lt Col Pankaj Sharma was near Pokhran to take ...
 Press Trust of India2 days ago

CM headed for ex-rebel hotbed

PURULIA/KOLKATA: Barely a month after intelligence agencies indicated a spurt in Maoist activities in Jangalmahal, chief minister Mamata Banerjee is reaching out to Bandwan, where police officer Neelmadhab Das was the first victim of the Lalgarh ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Breeding season tussle behind jumbo rage

Elephants have been causing extensive damage to life and food grains ahead of harvest season in parts of Bankura and Burdwan these days. An eight-member elephant herd comprising four calves, three adult female and a full-grown tusker has been ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago

Denied Odisha entry, jumbos damage crops

MIDNAPORE: After facing strong resistance while trying to cross over into Odisha, a herd of about 100 Dalma elephants has split into several groups, with one herd of about 50 members moving as far as the Chandra range near Midnapore town where it ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

The shrinking maoist space

an anniversary went unnoticed in the crush of several events. There is the build-up to the assembly election in Bihar. The fracas over Nepal's new constitution and disappointment of that country's Indian-origin citizens that is now inextricably tied ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago

Maoist hideout busted after fierce encounter

Security forces on Thursday busted a Maoist hideout at Tekri hillock, bordering West Bengal, following a fierce encounter under Ghatsila area of East Singhbhum district, a senior police officer said. The security personnel have recovered a ...
 The Statesman2 months ago
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