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Commando dog squads to join anti-Naxal operations

Commando dog squads are set to join the security forces in anti-Naxal operations in the conflict zone of Bastar in Chhattisgarh very soon, police sources said on Monday.

Viscera reports indecisive

Analysis of viscera of victims of botched sterilisation in government-organised health camps in Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur district were silent on cause of deaths, sources in state-owned forensic science

7 jawans injured in Naxal ambush

Seven jawans, including six commandos of Cobra, an elite anti-Naxal wing of the CRPF, were on Friday wounded when a joint search party of Cobra commandos and District Force (DF) personnel was ambushed

‘Drug given to victims had poison’

The drugs reportedly distributed to the victims of botched surgeries in state government-organised family planning camps in Chhattisgarh’s Bilaspur district, which led to the deaths of 14 women, were

Chhattisgarh used poor quality drugs

The state-owned Chhattisgarh Medical Services Corporation (CGMSC) is in the eye of a storm over alleged procurement of drugs that failed quality tests in different laboratories in India.

Chhattisgarh Leopard menace: Forest guards escort kids

Forest guards escorting schoolchildren has become a common sight in half-a-dozen villages in east Chhattisgarh district of Gariaband following recent attack on a kid in the area by leopards leading to

Raman Singh may drop health minister

Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh on Wednesday dropped enough hints on divesting health minister Amar Agrawal of his portfolio in the wake of death of 14 poor young women following botched surge

Sterilisation tragedy key accused linked to BJP

The Chhattisgarh government has found itself in a tight spot after it was revealed that the promoter of the controversial drug firm — Mahawar Pharmaceuticals Private Limited — products of which were s

Chhattisgarh government U-turn on key post

The Chhattisgarh government’s decision to appoint the head of drug purchase committee, that is in the eye of storm in the wake of death of 14 poor women following botched sterilisations in free health

Chhattisgarh’s sterilisation deaths reveal heart-rending stories

The tubectomy tragedy in Chhattisgarh that left 14 women dead and 39 children, including a dozen infants, motherless, has witnessed some heart-rending sights which would remain etched in memories of t

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