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Unverified intel input drove forces into Maoists’ deadly trap

Over 1,000 police personnel drawn from CRPF's elite CoBRA unit, and the state police's District Reserve Guard (DRG) and Special Task Force (STF) walked...

Strange and dubious case of Dr. Binayak Sen (Part 2)

(...continued from Part 1) Image build up by civil society groups Before his arrest in May, 2007, Binayak Sen was hardly known to anybody outside Chhattisgarh....

Strange and dubious case of Dr. Binayak Sen (Part 1)

Dr. Binayak Sen, a civil liberty and human rights activist, was arrested by the Chhattisgarh police on May 14, 2007 under the provisions of...

A Naxalite woman infiltrated Hathras victim’s family as ‘Bhabhi’ to instigate them: News 18 Hindi report

A Naxalite woman from Jabalpur, MP stayed with the Hathras victim's family for 6 days after the murderous assault on the victim in order...

The Role of ‘Our Lady of Snows Basilica’ Catholic Church in Anti-Sterlite and other Violent Protests of TN

The TN government, reacting to the shrill criticism from political parties and NGOs, has announced a compensation of Rs. ten Lakhs for those killed...

400 Cops will be Killed to Avenge Death of 40 Maoists: Journalist Writes on Facebook

A post put out by a former journalist-turned-social activist on Facebook vowing that “at least 400 policemen would be killed to avenge the murder...

Hours After Yechury’s Warning of More ‘Protests’, Maoists Butcher 9 CRPF Jawans in Sukma

Nine CRPF personnel were killed and 10 others injured yesterday in a Maoist terror attack in the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh's Bastar division. As per a report in Times of India...

The Gauri Lankesh Saga: When the Lush Green Western Ghats Turned Red

One of the phenomena that continues to puzzle me is why do even open and free societies with enduring democratic traditions allow Communist ideology on their soil? What kind of nation allows the subsidising of violent revolutions from within, using taxpayer money?

The Gauri Lankesh Saga: Erasing the Line between Kannada Literature and Politics

When we trace the roots of Gauri Lankesh’s diehard love for Naxalism and Naxals, the journey takes us back in time to the world of Kannada literature located in the mid-1960s onwards. Known widely as the Navya (New) period (sic),

So who is responsible?

barkha dutt (@BDUTT) tweeted at 0:26 PM on Fri, Sep 08, 2017: Unbearable polarization over the murder of #GauriLankesh - when argument & ideology makes Grief a...

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