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Villagers trapped between rebels and police 17.2.2010 Financial Times India: Politics
Rurual communities are caught between the Naxal guerrilla movement and government forces intent on quashing a rebellion is one of India's main security concerns
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India Condemns Attack by Maoists That Killed 24 Police Officers 16.2.2010 NYT > World
Maoist rebels on motorcycles and trucks on Monday killed 24 police officers during a daylight ambush against a paramilitary camp.

14 feared killed in Naxalite ambush on paramilitary camp 16.2.2010 Business Standard: Economy & Policy
Fourteen jawans were feared killed when armed Naxalites attacked a paramilitary force camp at Sildha in West Midnapore district this evening. Top police sources said at least 14 Eastern Frontier Rifles (EFR) jawans were feared killed in the attack which took place around 5.30 pm. "According to information available here, nine jawans were burnt to death and five others were shot dead. We are yet to get the detailed figure of the casualty," a source said.
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Fact-finding team visits Chhattisgarh 15.2.2010 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
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Government fails the Adivasis, again 14.2.2010 New Indian Express
Government fails the Adivasis, again
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Maoist groups close ranks against Green Hunt 14.2.2010 New Indian Express
Maoist groups close ranks against Green Hunt
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Guns, gags and lies in a war that no one sees 14.2.2010 New Indian Express
Guns, gags and lies in a war that no one sees
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Empty hearths, burning hearts 14.2.2010 New Indian Express
Empty hearths, burning hearts
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Common people should not fall victim to Operation Green Hunt: JMM 14.2.2010 DNA: India
'Before any such operation, there should be efforts to talk to village heads to distinguish between villagers and Naxalites,' JMM spokesman Simon Marandi said.
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Bengal to seal borders before Naxal operation 12.2.2010 Mumbai Mirror: Nation
Stepping up its efforts to sanitise Naxal-affected regions in the state, the West Bengal government is chalking out strategies to seal borders at East Singhbhum in Jharkhand and Mayurbhanj in Orrisa. This is the first step towards the March launch of what is unofficially being called...
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India fine-tunes fight against Maoists 10.2.2010 Financial Times India: Politics
In a campaign estimated to take three years, the immediate goal of the government is to capture, or at least talk to, the Maoist leadership
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Shun violence, we’ll talk: PC tells Maoists 10.2.2010 Hindustan Times: India
Union Home Minister P. Chidambaram’s meeting in Kolkata to roll out operation Green Hunt in eastern India ended with little promise as the chief ministers of Jharkhand and Bihar opted out, citing ill health and prior appointments.
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PC admits to inadequacies in anti-Maoist offensive 10.2.2010 Deccan Herald: News
PC admits to inadequacies in anti-Maoist offensive
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Maoists damage rail track; high alert sounded 8.2.2010 Hindu: National
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Naxals blow up railway tracks in Bihar 8.2.2010 Deccan Herald: News
Naxals blow up railway tracks in Bihar
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JDP assesses impact of anti-Maoist operation 7.2.2010 DNA: Top News
Party president Salkhan Murmu said they fear Adivasi community would be sandwiched between Maoists and the security forces during operations.
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Green Hunt: the anatomy of an operation 6.2.2010 Hindu: Opinion
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HPSF's appeal to Soren 4.2.2010 Hindustan Times: News
A social organisation working for welfare of the poor and backward class today asked Jharkhand Chief Minister Shibu Soren to take all necessary steps to ensure food and safety of the tribals before launching anti-naxal operation in the state.
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Naxals set conditions for talk with Jharkhand Govt 31.1.2010 Hindustan Times: News
The CPI (M) central committee, which met in Sherghati forests in Bihar, has reportedly put forth four conditions, including lifting the ban on the outfit and punishment for the police and intelligence officers responsible for fake encounters, to hold peace talks.
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No difference with Centre on fighting Naxals: Jharkhand CM 28.1.2010 DNA: Top News
Jharkhand CM Shibu Soren ruled out any difference with the Centre on the issue of controlling Maoist violence and expressed his resolve in checking the menace.
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