Chhattisgarh's struggle with maoism

The alleged abduction of 400 villagers from Marenga in the Sukma district of Chhattisgarh on May 9 throws the spotlight back on the Maoist struggle.

Updated - April 02, 2016 09:09 pm IST

Published - May 09, 2015 08:43 pm IST

A look at the many facets of this protracted armed struggle from the archives of The Hindu

Villagers were abducted on May 09, 2015. One was killed, others were released later. >Read more

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>The Rebels strike back

This battle has been running for decades, reports Jatin Gandhi.

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>The bloodiest battle

Pavan Dahat reports on the bloodiest battle of Chhattisgarh.

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>View from the Maoist side

Maoists say that the fight will go on, reports Marri Ramu.

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>Crisis in the ranks

K. Srinivas Reddy reports on the crisis in the maoist ranks.

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>Slideshow: Massacre in Dantewada

On April 6, 2010, Maoists triggered two landmines in Dantewada, Chhattisgarh.

>In pics: Maoists strike again

On May 18, 2010, they struck again with a powerful IED explosion.

>Editorial: Lessons from Dantewada-2

The massacre was talked about in The Hindu's Editorial on May 19, 2010.

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