Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Fighting Between Indian Security Forces And Maoists Rebels Flares Up Again

27 Indian Troops Die In Maoist Rebel Ambush -- Washington Post

PATNA, India -- Maoist rebels killed at least 27 paramilitary troops in an ambush in eastern India on Tuesday, the latest in a series of bold attacks by the guerrillas, a senior police official said.

A 50-strong patrol of the Central Reserve Police Force was ambushed Tuesday evening on a routine patrol in a densely forested area in the Narayanpur district of Chhatisgarh state, said Sunder Raj, a senior local police official. Ten other troops were wounded, he said.

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More News On India's War Against It's Maoist Rebels

Naxals ambush, kill 26 CRPF men in Chhattisgarh -- Hindustan Times
26 Indian police killed in Maoist ambush: police -- AFP
26 troopers killed in suspected India Maoist assault -- CNN
26 paramilitary troops killed in ambush in eastern India -- L.A. Times
26 CRPF personnel killed in Maoists attack in Chhattisgarh -- Sify News

Maoist leader, four activists arrested
-- The Hindu
Trooper, Maoist rebel killed in clash in eastern India -- Earth Times
Five Maoist leaders arrested in West Bengal -- Sify
India struggles with development in Maoist citadel -- Reuters
India’s poorest stuck between Maoists militants and big business -- RT
Maoists call 48-hour shutdown in five states -- Hindustan Times
India: Maoists Targeting Economy - South Asia Intelligence Review -- Eurasia Review

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