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Violence declined, Naxal killing increased in 3 years: Govt

Violence declined, Naxal killing increased in 3 years: Govt

Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government took charge at the Centre in May 2014. 

Naxal violence has claimed 12,000 lives in two decades

As many as 12,000 people have lost their lives in Maoist violence over the last two decades.

CRPF recruits 743 youths from Bastar region to fight Naxals

The 'Bastariya' battalion in CRPF is a unique initiative to enhance local representation in security forces and also provide employment to youths, the official said.

BSF sets up new posts to thwart Naxal bid to disrupt road work

Raipur: The Border Security Force has set up two new posts in the Naxal affected Kanker district of Chhattisgarh to facilitate road construction projects.

150 percent jump in killing of Naxals in 2016: Govt tells Lok Sabha

A huge 150 percent jump has been witnessed in the number of Naxals killed in 2016 in comparison to the previous year, Lok Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

Red Corridor to be redrawn - Know how many districts will be taken off Naxalite–Maoist insurgency list

Red Corridor to be redrawn - Know how many districts will be taken off Naxalite–Maoist insurgency list

The 106 districts spread across 10 states are affected by Left Wing Extremism and make up the ‘Red Corridor`.

Eight CRPF personnel injured in encounter with Maoists

The Maoists triggered the blast when CRPF personnel were on patrolling duty near Dumari Nala and the CRPF opened fire in retaliation, police said.

Jharkhand wants 5 more batallions of CRPF to fight Naxals

 Jharkhand on Saturday demanded five battalions of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to combat Naxalism in the state.

Left Wing Extremism major cause of concern for Odisha: Patnaik

Terming Left Wing Extremism as a major cause of concern for Odisha, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday said recent activities of Maoists in four districts was worrisome and needed to be handled effectively.

With LWE on the wane, Odisha mullls new anti-Maoist strategy

 With Left Wing Extremism (LEW) receding considerably in Odisha barring three districts, the state government today decided to prepare a separate strategy to deal with the changed situation.