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India’s Maoists pulled off another PR coup when elusive rebel leader Kishenji publicly gave Union Home Minister P Chidambaram a number to call on to discuss the terms of negotiations.

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4 Mar 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

How a barely remembered island in the Sunderbans delta links to the chain of events that has led to the Indian State’s woes with Maoists.

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18 Nov 2009 | BY Sandipan Deb

Hunting down Naxals; BJP's invisibility cloak; Tweet Like Tharoor; MA in Karunanidhi-giri; and Losing the race on caste

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22 Oct 2009

Until Nepal can attain political stability without them, the country’s Maoists have the strongest hand to play. What might Prachanda’s next move be?

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6 Aug 2009 | BY Sudeep Chakravarti

Though fighting oppression in West Bengal, Maoists are busy oppressing their own cadres in Jharkhand.

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26 Jun 2009 | BY Dhirendra K. Jha

As security personnel inch forward in Lalgarh and the Maoists retreat, villagers are left behind to face the rough end of the stick

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26 Jun 2009 | BY Rahul Pandita

Peace in Nepal, or merely the absence of war, continues at the pleasure of the Maoists. For how long will this carry on?

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23 Jun 2009 | BY Sudeep Chakravarti
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