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Sukma is a wake-up call - The Hindu

The Maoist attack on the 99-member Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) party in Sukma, Chhattisgarh, in which at least 25 jawans lost their lives, has once again brought the focus on not just the threat represented by left-wing extremism (LWE) but also ...and more »

Sukma ambush: Improving connectivity is the only way to reach out to naxal affected villagers - Economic Times

SUKMA: Against a backdrop of blame games after the Sukma ambush in which 25 CRPF personnel were massacred by left-wing extremists, here's a reality check. In two dozen gram panchayats (out of 146) of Sukma district, located in South Bastar of ...and more »

Romancing the Maoists - The Indian Express

In a barbaric and dastardly attack by the outlawed Maoists, India lost 25 brave CRPF personnel. They were ambushed and killed by the anarchists, who are hell-bent on stalling the development of the backward tribal areas and exploiting the situation ...and more »

CRPF jawans not just fight Naxals in Chhattisgarh but also wage daily battle for clean water - Zee News

Officials, who visited some of the interior camps of the CRPF in Bastar region, have found that the quality of water is substandard resulting in many of them falling sick. PTI| Updated: Apr 30, 2017, 21:18 PM IST. Comments |. CRPF jawans not just fight ...and more »

No, Mr Naidu, Human Rights Activists Are Not Actually Silent Over the Sukma Attack - The Wire

Human rights activists have maintained that they are against all forms of violence, yet continue to come under attack by the state. Every time there is an attack or killing by Maoists or a terror attack, a set of people otherwise contemptuous of human ...and more »

Job in Chhattisgah police force for Sukma martyr's wife - Times of India

RAIPUR: A week after the deadly Maoist attack in Sukma, Chhattisgarh chief minister Raman Singh on Monday made a surprise visit to a slain CRPF constable's house and personally handed over a letter, appointing his widow as ASI in the police department ...and more »

Encircling India: from Sukma to Jammu and Kashmir - The New Indian Express

It seems there isn't enough of a sense of urgency in the country as a whole either to the clouds gathering over our horizon or to the many signs of our being surrounded. If there were, there would have been a countrywide outrage at what happened in ...and more »

Sukma attack: Chhattisgarh government calls Unified Command meet for anti-naxal operations - Economic Times

NEW DELHI: A high-level meeting of the Unified Command will be held this week in Chhattisgarh to chalk out a comprehensive strategy to hit Maoists, in the aftermath of recent ambushes that has killed over 35 CRPF troops in the worst-hit Sukma district ...and more »

Long road to Bastar - The Indian Express

With roads, bridges and Railways, the government is betting on a Rs 3,270-crore infrastructure push to make inroads into Bastar. But as the attack on a CRPF road opening party by Naxals that killed 25 shows, it is up against violence, and more. 3.5K ...and more »

Sukma Maoist attack: Overkill is not effective deterrent and it certainly won't buy back peace - Firstpost

It's now more than a week since the attack by Maoist rebels on troopers of Central Reserve Police Force in southern Chhattisgarh. I hardly find it surprising the 24 April incident is off the front pages, the outpouring of television and digital outrage ...and more »