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Cops rape and kill her, later label her a Naxal

A tribal girl raped and then killed, allegedly by policemen at Nawadih in north Chhattisgarh district of Balrampur in 2011, had nothing to do with Naxals, a judicial probe into the incident has found.

Poster war starts to counter Maoists

In a bid to give Maoists a taste of their own medicine, the Chhattisgarh police has launched a poster war in the state’s insurgency-wracked Bastar calling upon the local tribals to fearlessly oppose m

Two MP ‘Vyapam’ deaths linked to Chhattisgarh

A CBI team is reaching Chhattisgarh soon to probe the death of two people linked to Vyapam scam of Madhya Pradesh, sources in the premier investigating agency said on Sunday.

Congress leaders held for molestation

Five Congress leaders, including two elected representatives of rural local bodies, along with two journalists have been booked for storming a tribal girls’ hostel in Chhattisgarh’s Korba district and

Maoist leader demoted for sexual exploitation

The CPI (Maoist) leadership has demoted one of its senior military leaders on charges of sexually exploiting women cadres, rebel documents seized by the police from a Naxal camp recently have revealed

Naxals' design set alarm bells ringing for Chhattisgarh Police

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Abduction of police jawans, informers and villagers have increased in Bastar

Maoists kill 4 abducted cops in Chhattisgarh

The bodies of three of the four policemen who were abducted and killed by Maoists lie on a road in Bijapur district. — PTI

Maoists on Wednesday brutally killed four policemen they had abducted in Chhattisgarh’s south Bastar district of Bijapur a couple of days ago.

India likely to skip CWA in Islamabad

India may boycott the 61st Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, scheduled to be held in Islamabad from September 30 to October 8 this year, over the host nation’s move to deny representation to Jam

Punjab is back in the headlines with a brutality reminiscent of the violent Eighties. In the early hours of July 27, three gunmen dressed in Army uniforms struck at Gurdaspur.

Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage — playing in Mumbai and Delhi — makes us laugh at ourselves by stripping bare the self-serving hypocrisy underlying socially acceptable roles.