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Chhattisgarh to grant habitat rights under FRA to tribals in 'Maoist stronghold' Abhujmad forest; Bhupesh Baghel's soft approach may score a win
India

Chhattisgarh to grant habitat rights under FRA to tribals in 'Maoist stronghold' Abhujmad forest; Bhupesh Baghel's soft approach may score a win

The eight-month-old Congress government in Chhattisgarh is making a case for a 'soft' approach to tackle the Left-wing extremism (LWE), or Maoist insurgency in the state by reaching out to tribals living in Abhujmad by accelerating the process of granting habitat rights to them.

Two years after demonetisation, there are signs of a cleaner economy but where is the black money?
Business

Two years after demonetisation, there are signs of a cleaner economy but where is the black money?

if data is provided on how many people have actually been caught with unaccounted money, it would be able to measure the success of the demonetisation part of the story.

Nepal border sealed as country holds final phase of crucial local election in two decades
World

Nepal border sealed as country holds final phase of crucial local election in two decades

Polls opened on Monday in a Madhesi-dominated province of Nepal, close to the border with India, for the final phase of the first local-level election in two decades

Sukma attack: Naxals involved in killing 25 CRPF personnel arrested in Chhattisgarh
India

Sukma attack: Naxals involved in killing 25 CRPF personnel arrested in Chhattisgarh

13 Maoists, including some involved in the 24 April massacre of CRPF troopers, were arrested on Thursday from two different locations in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district,

Naxals attacks CRPF battalion in Sukma; 2 jawans injured
India

Naxals attacks CRPF battalion in Sukma; 2 jawans injured

Two Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were today injured in an IED blast triggered by Naxals at a forest in Chhattisgarh's insurgency—hit Sukma district, police said.

Red Corridor operations: CISF to get additional manpower for countering Maoist threat
India

Red Corridor operations: CISF to get additional manpower for countering Maoist threat

A recent order of the Ministry of Home Affairs that has increased the ceiling of CISF manpower to 1.8 lakh from the current 1.45 lakh is a shot in the arm for this industrial security force in their war against red terror.

Denial of demonetisation crippling FICN and terror networks is dangerous, self-defeating
India

Denial of demonetisation crippling FICN and terror networks is dangerous, self-defeating

A narrative has gained currency of late that the demonetisation drive is akin to using a Bofors gun to kill a mosquito.

Chhattisgarh: Two policemen injured in bomb blast by Naxals
India

Chhattisgarh: Two policemen injured in bomb blast by Naxals

Two police jawans were injured in a bomb blast triggered by Naxals in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bijapur district today, police said.

Chhattisgarh: Maoists publicly kill 2 men branding them as 'informers'
India

Chhattisgarh: Maoists publicly kill 2 men branding them as 'informers'

Maoists kidnapped two villagers and killed them at a 'jan adalat' (people's court) in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Narayanpur district, police said today.

CRPF officer accused of aiding Bihar Maoists sent to jail
India

CRPF officer accused of aiding Bihar Maoists sent to jail

A CRPF officer arrested on charges of leaking sensitive information to Maoist guerrillas in Bihar was sent to jail on Wednesday, police said.