MAOISTS amnushed a police party killing six personnel and critically injuring four others at Netanar hamlet of Jagdalpur, the divisional headquarters of Baster. Two personnel were reporeted to be still to be missing After the deadly ambush and a massive search was launched to trace them. "The police team was ambushed, when it was on its way to Netanar village, where the rebels had damaged a forest department rest house on Thursday late night in realiatory Fire," a senior official of Anti Naxal Operations (ANo) in Chhattisgarh Police told The Hitavada.
Maoists ambushed a police party killing six personel and critically injuring four other at Netanar hamlet of jagdalpur, the divisional headquaters of Bastar, Two personnel were reported to be still missing after launched to trace them. The ppolice team was ambushed rebelt had damaged a forest department rest house on thursday late night in realiatory fire, a senior officer of Anti Naxal Operation (ANO) in Chhattisgarh.
JAGDALPUR: In an early morning swoop in Jaipur, Rajasthan, on Monday, a team of Dantewada police from Chhattisgarh raided the residence of Kavita Srivastava, general secretary of PUC, the civil liberties group. "They said a khatarnak naxalite was being shielded in my house," said Srivastava.
The police said it was looking for Soni Sori, an adivasi school teacher accused of acting as a conduit for money being paid by Essar group to Maoists.
Raipur: Chief Minister Raman Singh visited the Jagdalpul Collectorate on a surprise inspection today. He had gone to Jagdalpur on a review meeting of Bastar Development Authority. He expressed his displeasure at the mismanagement in the Department of Woman and Child Development.
In Bastar he undertook a review of the development work being done and ordered speedy construction of roads and schools in Naxal infested areas. After this he visited the Collectorate.
Jagdalpur/Raipur: While security personnel deployed in naxal infested regions of Bastar and Jagdalpur continue to fight out the rebels, the lack of proper infrastructure and backend support is adversely affecting the anti-naxal operation in the region.
"We are also training our pilots at the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited in Bangalore for recruitment in the air wing,"�Ranjan said.Out of the total nine helicopters, four MI-17 choppers of the IAF are located in Chhattisgarh, two each at Raipur and Jagdalpur, while amongst the five 'Dhruv' Advanced Light Helicopters (ALH) of the BSF, three are placed at Raipur and two at Ranchi in Jharkhand.Helicopters are the most vital machines when it comes to assisting troops deployed in far-flung areas.More than 70,000 troops are catered to by these machines in various states.
JAGDALPUR, India (AP) - Dozens of elderly villagers, tribal tattoos marking their scrawny arms, sit in a dimly lit hall. Hidden behind large sunglasses or with white bandages wrapped across one eye, they're all recovering from cataract surgery.
Most have never seen water gush from a faucet or pressed a switch to flood a room with light. Until their surgery a few weeks ago, they had never met a real doctor.