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CRPF

Kashmir’s New Insurgency

Rahul Pandita

Why security forces may find it hard to stop minority killings

The Endgame in Bastar

Maoists are running out of places to hide

Back to Kashmir

The post-Balakot story has many variations

The Last and Lost War of Pakistan

Pulwama borrows from a history of deception and subversion

Kashmir: Josh Gone Awry

Brashness inspired by a Hindi film cannot help in Kashmir

The Blind Men of the Home Ministry

CRPF soldiers fighting insurgents on the ground reveal a horror story of official ignorance and apathy

Is It the End of the Road for Maoists?

The Road to Jagargunda: The Indian state’s final push in the Maoist heartland. A special report from Dantewada (Photos: Raul Irani)

Radicalisation of the Kashmiri Mind

India is the enemy a generation is raging against in the Valley

Citizens and Soldiers

The CRPF’s missteps threaten its efforts to woo tribal youth in Chhattisgarh

Alleged Facts

The Sarkaiguda encounter has set off a familiar drama. Activists say the people killed were innocent. The police say they were dangerous. Neither have much regard for facts

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