Apparently putting the blame on the Congress for last year’s Maoist ambush on the party’s convoy at Jiram Ghati in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar district in which 27 Congressmen were killed, the state police
Rural Chhattisgarh has been witnessing a disturbing trend in which elderly women, particularly helpless widows, have been brutally killed by their own family members after branding them as “witch”.
In a significant discovery, archaeologists have found a huge flake tool dating back to the Stone Age period (around two lakh years old) on the bank of river Jonk in east Chhattisgarh.
The death of a Bengaluru-based scientist following a reported fatal fall in a remote village in north Chhattisgarh district of Balrampur three days ago has triggered a controversy here with the Opposi
The latest move by ruling BJP in Chhattisgarh to woo surrendered Naxals to join the party has baffled not only the Opposition Congress but also a section of saffron leaders.
An alleged bid by 37 undertrials, including suspected Maoist central committee leader Gopanna, to escape from a court lock-up in Jagdalpur in Chhattisg- arh’s Bastar district, nearly 300 km from here,
Chhattisgarh home minister Ramsevak Paikre on Thursday stirred a row by saying, “There is no bar for surrendered Naxals to join BJP.”
In the first of its kind development, a large group of tribals in a remote area in Chhattisarh’s south Bastar district of Sukma, considered a Naxal-stronghold, dared to confront the local Maoists over
Thirty five-year-old Ayub Shah’s transition from a poor street vendor to promoter of half-a-dozen companies with accumulated assets worth over `500 crore in a span of barely one-and-half-decade would
Veteran Congress leader Ajit Jogi has nipped in the bud the attempt by some Congress leaders to rename a stretch of a busy thoroughfare in Raipur after the chief minister of the former undivided Madhy