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Twenty-one civilians have died in Maoist attacks in Bihar until May 31 this year, more than double the number (10) killed over the same period in 2012, according to the Union home ministry. More security personnel have died in Naxal attacks in the
Three persons were killed (two passengers and one RPSF constable) in an ambush when Dhanbad Intercity Express Train No.13331 was stopped by a group of suspected Maoists at around 1.20 PM near Jamui Railway station in Bihar state of India today.
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Dozens of Maoists stopped and then attacked the Dhanbad-Patna intercity express train in Jamui district of Bihar on Thursday, injuring at least five people. The targets were
Two persons were reportedly killed and five others injured as Maoists attacked a train close to Jamui station in Bihar on Thursday. Reports say the Patna-Dhanbad intercity was carrying Railway Protection Force jawans. "Around 100 Naxals including
Seven Christians were accused of killing a Hindu nationalist leader, Laxmanananda Saraswati, in India's eastern state of Orissa in 2008 despite Maoists claiming responsibility. Three and a half years later, the accused men remain in jail
Several private firms have come forward to develop and run six state government-owned tourist complexes, three of them in Maoist hotbeds of Giridih and Ranchi, signalling that all is not lost in Jharkhand which has so far been unable to showcase its
The only bulletin issued by the Maoists in this regard was a month ago when they warned of taking revenge for the death of Kishenji, their military chief in the region, who they say was killed in a fake encounter. The cruel murder by the Centre in
Bhubaneswar, November 14, 2012 At least five Maoists were killed and two policemen injured in a gunfight in a forest area in Odisha's Gajapati district on Wednesday, police said...Five rebels were killed and two policemen sustained minor injuries
Four Maoists were gunned down in Chhattisgarh Monday in a joint operation by the Chhattisgarh and Andhra Pradesh Police, officials said. The security forces also recovered arms, ammunition and Maoist literature from a forested site at Bijapur.