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Chhattisgarh police were Sunday yet to find a clue about Sukma district collector Alex Paul Menon, a day after he was abducted from a forested area at gun-point by Maoists while he was interacting with tribal farmers about their problems...A source
The government needs to get the tribals in the Maoist-dominated areas on their side, if they are going to win the battle against the Maoists. But that is easier said than done, says Bibhu Prasad Routray. W hen an area domination exercise by the
I ndia has deployed over 70 battalions of para-military forces in Operation Green Hunt, its coordinated and multi-theatre battle against the left-wing extremists (Maoists). On the face of it, the size of the forces is substantial, if not sufficient.
Operation Green Hunt's urban avatar Saturday, 12 Jun, 2010 Perhaps the Indian people should declare that this country is in a state of Emergency: Arundhati Roy. File Photo While the Indian Government considers deploying the army and air force to
Operation Green Hunt, the Indian Government's anti-Maoist offensive will never succeed while it confines itself to a quest for military victory. It should focus on giving tribals access to education and a stake in democratic governance About the
Thousands of newly-arrived federal forces have joined those already in ground in three eastern states where rebels have a formidable presence. A major security offensive -Operation Green Hunt- to flush out the rebels is already underway in several
A staunch Gandhian, Kumar spoke to rediff.com 's Prasanna D Zore about what attracted him to work with the tribals, on the atrocities committed on tribals by various paramilitary forces in Bastar and what could possibly solve the Maoist problem in