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Chhattisgarh

The Quivering Voice of Anil Kumar Dubey

Rahul Pandita

What happened in Bijapur and why it can happen again

Breaching the Terror Corridor

The ambush on April 3rd apart, Maoists seem to be on the run as India intensifies its counter-insurgency operations

Between the Hammer and the Anvil

The right lesson from Chhattisgarh is that Maoists have run out of places to hide

Maoists or Sub-Rural Thugs?

Getting out of the fallacy of ‘compassion vs combat’

Into the Wild

A world between man and beast

The Endgame in Bastar

Maoists are running out of places to hide

Kerala: Maoists Warn Locals of Dire Consequences

Their posters threaten people over reportedly harassing tribal women

Between Bitterness

Resentment is growing against Maoists in their strongholds. But it is on the risk of getting eclipsed by grudges against the state

Straining At the Fringes

Away from the humdrum of noisy electioneering, on three edges of the country—Kashmir, the Assam border and the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh—democracy faces different varieties of disenchantment that are hard to undo

Bastar: Guns and Roads

After nearly two decades of violence, Bastar now has a semblance of normalcy but this has more to do with individual choices than ideological leanings

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