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Tag: Maoist Violence

Don't Go Near Maoist Posters: Koraput SP Cautions People Ahead Of Panchayat Elections
Don't Go Near Maoist Posters: Koraput SP Cautions People Ahead Of Panchayat Elections

The Koraput Police has advised people to maintain caution and not to venture near the areas sporting Maoist posters. The warning comes close on the heels of intelligence inputs about increasing Maoist activities in the Red belt of Odisha ahead of the elections to the three-tier Panchayati Raj institutions.

Youth Killed In Landmine Blast Triggered By Maoists In Odisha
Youth Killed In Landmine Blast Triggered By Maoists In Odisha

The incident reportedly took place today morning. The deceased has been identified as Priyaranjan Kanhar, a resident of Kiamunda

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Odisha: UTP Dies In Malkangiri Hospital, Kin Cry Foul Play

Malkangiri: Mild tension erupted at District Headquarters Hospital here on Sunday evening after an under trial prisoner (UTP) lodged in Malkangiri sub-jail died under mysterious circumstances during treatment. The deceased has been identified as Danu Golori, a resident of Khajuriguda of Swabhiman Anchal in the district. He was found in a critical condition with his […]

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Mass Gatherings Of Tribals In Cut-Off Malkangiri A Warning Sign For Odisha?

Malkangiri: What is troubling the tribals of Swabhiman Region in Chitrakonda block of Malkangiri district? Though Odisha government is claiming to be focusing more on the development of the Swabhiman Anchal (earlier known as cut-off areas), the tribals and their leaders are now up in arms over the developmental works and are even opposing the […]

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89% of Maoist violence in 30 districts in 2018: MHA

New Delhi: The geographical expanse of Maoist violence has been considerably shrinking and 89 per cent of it was restricted to just 30 districts in 2018, says the Union Home Ministry’s annual report. In 2018, the violence attributed to Left Wing Extremism (LWE), or Maoist as commonly known, was reported from 251 police stations in […]

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Maoists Kill Two Contractors In Two Days In Odisha

Kalahandi: Two contractors were allegedly shot dead by Maoists in the last couple of days in Odisha’s Kalahandi district. The deceased duo has been identified as Bhima Dora of Dunguriguda village under Biswanathpur police limits and Rajendra Sahoo of Pahadpadar village under Lanjigarh block in the district. As per reports, a group of armed men […]

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Maoist Violence Declining In Odisha: Dibya Shankar Mishra

Bhubaneswar: There has been a substantial decline in the annual incidents of violence related to the left wing extremism in Odisha, said Minister of State (Home) Dibya Shankar Mishra in Odisha Assembly today. While replying to question put up by Congress MLA Tara Prasad Bahinipati, Mishra said that, “Maoist activities have declined considerably in the […]

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Maoist Posters in trains asking people to celebrate CPI Foundation Week

Rourkela/ Malkangiri: Different instances of Maoist violence came to fore in the bordering areas of the State today ahead of the CPI (Maoist) ‘Foundation Week’ from September 21 to 27. In Rourkela, the red rebels have reportedly put up posters in all the trains under Chakradharpur railway division, sparking panic in the region. Through the […]

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NHRC instructs Centre to release funds for kin of victims of Maoist violence

New Delhi/Malkangiri: Acting on a petition of a human rights campaigner Subash Mohapatra from Odisha, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has directed the Ministry of Home Affairs to release funds as per the central government’s scheme to provide compensation to family of victims killed in Maoist violence. The apex human rights body on June […]

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20 years on, OTV leading the way... setting milestones

On April 18, 1997 a new era in news broadcasting began in Odisha with the birth of Odisha Television, better known as OTV. What started as a small venture went on to become the biggest brand in media and has been growing by leaps and bounds with time, completing 20 years of operation. The revolution […]

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Kalahandi: Maoists slit throat of former Sarpanch

Bhawanipatna: Maoist violence has reared its ugly head once gain in Kalahandi after the red rebels killed a former Sarpanch by slitting his throat. The victim has been identified as Jayant Majhi. According to sources, Jayant Majhi was brutally killed near Sapachanchala area under Bijepur Police limits. The incident is reported to have taken place […]

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Maoists torch 9 vehicles in Rayagada

Rayagada: Maoists ran riot at a construction camp near Lakris under Kashipur block in Rayagada district torching as many as nine vehicles late yesterday night. According to sources, two tippers, one earth-moving JCB vehicles and four tractors were among the vehicles set afire by the Red rebels. Around 80-100 Maoists are said to have arrived […]

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