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Sukma encounter: CRPF to increase officers in anti-Naxal ops

CRPF is mulling an increase in the number of officers in its strike teams conducting anti-Naxal operations as facts emerged in the recent encounter in Chhattisgarh that as soon as the two commanders were shot dead, Maoists pinned down the trapped troops and killed a dozen others.

Certain anti-Naxal ops failed due to officer`s conduct: CRPF

Leakage of operational information of CRPF by a detained officer of force to Maoists, had led to failure of certain anti-Maoist actions in Bihar, the chief of the paramilitary force said on Friday.

Three Maoist cadres apprehended in Jharkhand

Three cadres of CPI (Maoists) were apprehended with arms and explosives from naxal-affected West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand during an anti-naxal operation on Friday.

Single nomination filed for Bhamragad zilla parishad by-poll

Just a single nomination was filed for the by-election of Arewada Nelgunda Zilla Parishad constituency in Bhamragad taluka of the district till the last date of the nomination on Friday.

Police, Naxals exchange fire in Bangadikolli

A four-member suspected Naxal group and Karnataka Anti-Naxal Force (ANF)exchanged fire during a combing operation at Bangadikolli police said.

Anti-Naxal ops: CRPF gets `Shaurya Chakra` again

Anti-Maoist operations in Naxal hotbeds have emerged as the most enduring and tough assignment for the country`s largest paramilitary CRPF.

Raman Singh discusses anti-naxal strategies

A day after 26 CRPF personnel were
killed in a Naxal ambush in Chhattisgarh`s Narayanpur
district, Chief Minister Raman Singh today called an emergency
meeting to discuss anti-naxal strategies.

Anti-naxal cops have to be busy in courts than on ground

As if fighting the Maoists was not enough, the police involved in the anti-Naxal operations in Chattisgarh are stretched on another front where they have to spend a considerable time in courts.

15,000 additional securitymen for anti-Naxal operations

As Maoists continued to strike at
will, the Centre is planning to deploy around 15,000
additional paramilitary personnel by April in the
Naxal-affected states to deal with the extremists.

Centre to launch anti-Naxal Ops in trijunctions of states

As Maoists menace continued to be unabated, the government is all set to launch the much-awaited full-fledged anti-Naxal operations at
three different areas, considered trijunctions of worst Naxal-affected states.

Special CRPF director Raman to be posted at Raipur

Senior IPS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre, Vijay Raman who has been recently promoted as a Special Director of CRPF by the Centre to deal exclusively with Maoist menace in the country, will be posted at Raipur in Chhattisgarh.