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Terrorism, naxalism, corruption major problems for business: E...

Terrorism and maoism, besides corruption, remain a big worry for investors in India, experts said on Friday.Overall business improves and helps the country move forward fast when risks, of all types, are taken care of, they added while addressing a seminar ... Prokerala, 14 hours ago

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Maoist contacted slum activists during collectorate stir

Shahrukh Khan's house in Kasewadi slums. He was arrested for allegedly trying to extort money from a former minister. (Source: express photo by Arul Horizon) The statements of two members of Mass Movement (MM) — an organisation of youth living in ...
 Indian Express2 days ago

300 Maoists gave up violence in 5 years

Comment · print · T T T+· T- : The Odisha Government on Monday said as many as 300 left-wing extremists have returned to the mainstream in the past five years. Furnishing a written reply to a query in the State Assembly, Chief Minister ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

Maoists on the wane in stronghold Jharkhand

he Maoists, who have had a strong presence in Jharkhand for most of their existence, seem to be on the back foot lately in the state. Sources in the police department, who have been involved in operations against them, claim that a profusion of ...
 The Sunday Guardian1 week ago CRPF DG: Maoist bastion shrinking in Bihar, Jharkhand  Times of India1 month ago

Red Alert: Here Is How Maoists Are Gaining Lost Ground In Telangana

cpiml Maoists are slowly finding a fresh foothold in Telangana thanks to a botched up division of the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh state. Intelligence assessments point at CPI (Maoists) re-entering the region from where they had been painstakingly ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago Maoists exploiting faultlines in Andhra division to bounce back  Economic Times1 month ago Maoists regaining foothold in Telangana  Times of India1 month ago How Maoists are regaining foothold in Telangana  Times of India1 month ago

'If my politics is Leftist, it doesn't mean I am a Maoist'

'Is it a crime to be inspired by the Left ideology? Why can't I read a book on Marxist philosophy? Is it banned in India?' activist Jolly Chirayath asks Shobha Warrier. After living in the United Arab Emirates for over 20 years, Jolly Chirayath returned to Kerala four years ago and became a human rights activist and the convenor of Stree Koottayma, an organisation for women.From an unknown activist, she has been catapulted into a woman of prominence, thanks to the Kerala Police.She has been ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Maoist support: home and away

Iconic Naxal leader Kanu Sanyal says he went to China between 1969-72, and met Mao Zedong. Photo: HT From time to time, I receive queries from readers, and during private and public interactions, about the so-called foreign hand in India's Maoist ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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'Maoist' arrests: Families of accused allege denial of rights

KOCHI: The relatives of activists Thushar Nirmal Sarathy (36) and Jaison Cooper (37), booked under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) for Maoist links, have accused police of highhandedness. Thushar's wife Uma said she was barred from ...
 Times of India1 month ago Rights Panel Seeks Release of Activists  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Amnesty International Demands The Release Of Human Rights Defenders In Kerala  Counter Currents3 weeks ago

Raghubar Das govt looks to tackle Maoist hurdle to development

Press Trust of India Ranchi,03 February: As it comes to grips with the Maoist menace in Jharkhand,the RaghubarDasgovernment is aiming to address the lack of development in the rural parts of the state -- where years of left-wing extremism has ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

Kerala Police determined to end Maoist menace

Kerala Police determined to end Maoist menace Monday, 02 February 2015 | VR Jayaraj | Kochi Left-leaning intellectuals and rights workers may term it as repression but their protests are unlikely to deter the Kerala Police from taking ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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