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Phantom’s ‘Hafiz Saeed’ goes underground after threat

Shahnwaz Pradhan, who portrayed the apparent character of Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed in Bollywood movie Phantom, has gone “underground” following threat to his security from the “underworld”

Chhattisgarh IAS in row over rural funds

Chhattisgarh cadre IAS officer Alex Paul Menon, who had spent 13 days in Maoist custody after being abducted by ultras in his earlier stint as Sukma district collector three years ago, has been pulled

Senior STF officer killed, one injured in naxal attack

A jawan injured in the attack is hospitalised (Photo: ANI Twitter)

After the ensuing gunfight, naxals fled into the thick jungles

Naxals don’t want the Gita in schools

Naxals on Thursday opposed inclusion of Hindu scripture Bhagavat Gita in the school curriculum in Chhattisgarh, describing it an attempt by the state BJP government to “saffronise education”.

Naxals don’t want Bhagavat Gita in schools

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Naxals described it an attempt by the state BJP government to ‘saffronise education’

Chhattisgarh to probe IAS officer’s alleged dinner for Naxals

The Chhattisgarh government has decided to probe into the allegations that Balrampur district collector Alex Paul Menon, who had spent 13 days in Maoist custody, following his abduction by ultras thre

Maoists appoint students to spy on their classmates

Maoists have adopted a ‘dangerous’ strategy of pitting classmates against each other in educational institutions to foil anti-rebel campaigns

Maoists appoint students to spy on their classmates

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Maoists have adopted a ‘dangerous’ strategy of pitting classmates against each other

CRPF jawan killed in gun fight with Naxals in Chhattisgarh

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A squad of CRPF's 168th battalion was carrying out the combing operation in Basaguda

Thief without hands leaves cops stunned

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One does not need hands to do “Hath ki safai” (stealing) with perfection. An armless burglar has proved it.

A great Zen master, in charge of the monastery of Mayu Kagi, owned a cat, who was the real love of his life.

To understand the Patidar, or Patel, stir in Gujarat, let us look at the background.