Left Wing Extremism

All That is Not a Crime – September 2018
There is no law against sympathising with an ideology, even Maoist
By Dilip D’Souza

A Long Way to Go – July 2018
Much more needs to be done by the government to reduce Maoist violence
By R.K. Vij

Battle to be Won – June 2018
Large scale investment in infrastructure and job opportunities are some options to fight insurgency in the Northeast
By Lt Gen. Zameeruddin Shah (retd)

Long Overdue – November 2017
A Rs 25,000 crore financial boost comes for internal security and police reforms
By Aditya Kakkar

Last of the Rebels – November 2017
Naxal insurgency may be on a downward spiral, but it’s not out yet
By Niranjan Sahoo

Rebels on a Pause – August 2017
As insurgency wanes in the Northeast, government must move forward with implementable peace processes
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya

Maoist attacks: 2007-2017

Behind the Fence – November 2014
Besides guarding India’s borders, the BSF is also involved in a variety of other operations
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

Fighting the Enemy – June 2014
More technological solutions have to be acquired by the government to counter IED threats posed to the CRPF in the Red Corridor
By Dilip Kumar Mekala

Spread of Red – May 2014
The LWE challenge can bog down the new government if not addressed imaginatively
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Frankenstein’s Monster – August 2013
The LWE menace needs more than small and periodic ameliorative measures
By Ghazala Wahab

Code Red – December 2011
Coming challenges in the fight against Left-Wing Extremism
By Gopal K. Pillai

War of Resources – August 2011
Blessed with mineral and forest wealth, the people of Chhattisgarh are caught between the State and the Maoists
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

The Challenge Grows – August 2011
As the government gropes with a solution, Maoists continue to increase their reach
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Room for Peace – August 2011
Instead of harassing the civil society, government should co-opt them
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Camp Fire – August 2007
Salva Judum members may end up being nowhere people
By Ghazala Wahab

Wound in the Heart – August 2007
Maoists attack India’s heartland
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Red Alert – October 2005
Naxalism spreads across central and south India
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

For the People – October 2005
Giving people their due, will shrink Naxal-breeding grounds
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Absentee State – October 2005
The government reacts along predictable lines


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