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Maoists

Between Bitterness

Rahul Pandita

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

General Election 2019: Quote Hanger

“Nowhere in history will you find Hindus involved in subversive activities. Even the Britishers never mentioned them as terrorists,” says Narendra Modi

Death in the Evening

The dreams of two young men from adjacent villages on either side of the Telangana-Chhattisgarh border ended in tragedy. Rahul Pandita reports from Bhadrachalam

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)

The Myth of Hindu Terror

What the data says: India faces bigger threats from Jihad and Maoism

Green versus Red

The future of conservation in some of India’s most resource-rich forests hinges on how battles shape up between rebels and the State

Illness: Their Achilles Heel?

Maoists sneaking into Andhra Pradesh for medical treatment are falling into a police trap

The War We Are Losing

Why Maoists carried out their deadly attack in Chhattisgarh and why such attacks will not stop

Setback in Andhra

The Maoist plan of revival in an erstwhile bastion now looks bleak

Everyman’s Tale

Taj Hassan’s largely unnoticed novel recreates the complexities of life in Maoist-strong zones

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