Naxalites

India Hidden War / The Rise of the Red Sun

  0 comments   |     by Video on 02, December 2013

The Maoist insurgency is spreading and intensifying in new areas. The Voltaires of India are quiet, too scared to question the carnage. The mighty Indian media controlled by corporatism has become more obsequious than Pravda or Izvestia. Icons of the press freedom like Tehilka cannot survive amid the tough commercial environment. Bigotry sells. An Indian government assessment state

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NAXALITE INSURGENCY IN INDIA

  0 comments   |     by Research by Mark Harper on 29, September 2013

Today, they remain one of the last formidable Maoist movements, having a formidable presence in 20 of India’s 28 states They have been considered one of India’s most pressing threats, and the recent attack by the Naxalite that ambushed a convoy of the Congress Party went that much further.  The ambush took place over the weekend in S

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Killing, Denial And Manipulation

  0 comments   |     by Gladson Dungdung on 31, January 2012

30 year-old Mangri Honhanga along with her 4 month-old son Dula Honhanga and other family-members had desperately come to Ranchi the capital city of Jharkhand after travelling for more than 6 hours right from Saranda forest in West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand last week with the hope of getting justice. Both the mother and child have been suffering from illness – Dula is grade-3 malnou

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India at war with itself

  0 comments   |     by Alan Hart on 22, January 2011

Paper read by Alan Hart at LISA Seminar on 14 July 2010   The starter question I asked myself when I was thinking about what I might usefully say here today was this: How serious a threat to stability, and perhaps even democracy, are India’s insurgency movements? From afar the insurgency situa

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India police say 12 Maoist rebels killed in shoot-out

  0 comments   |     by News on 01, January 1970

NEW DELHI: Twelve Maoist rebels died in a gun battle with security forces in a remote forest in eastern India, police said Tuesday. Police said the fighting broke out when they tried to intercept a group of suspected guerrillas late Monday in eastern Jharkand state, a rebel stronghold. “They started firing when we tried to stop them,” said Hemant Toppo, deputy inspecto

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