Chhattisgarh: Swing of the Pendulum

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By Mrinal Kanta Das
Research Assistant,
Institute for Conflict Management

Four Communist Party of India-Maoist (CPI-Maoist) cadres, including the ‘intelligence chief’ of Bhairamgarh unit of the party, were killed in an encounter with the Security Forces (SFs) near Hallur and Hakawa villages under the Mirtur Police Station limits in Bijapur District on November 13, 2015. The Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP), Bijapur, Indira Kalyan Elesela, disclosed, “Acting on a specific tip-off from the Intelligence Bureau (IB) about the possible major attack planned by Maoists in the region, a joint team of Bijapur District Police force and specially trained District Reserve Guards (DRG) launched the search operation.  

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Of The J & K Education System

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 Conflict In Words And Deeds 

By G. M. Kashmiri 

The development talks much more about the rot in the education system of the state. There is a lot which is taking place behind the veil and beyond comprehension of a common man. However, the contradiction in the words and deeds is crystal clear. 

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Meghalaya: Vulnerabilities Persist

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By Deepak Kumar Nayak
Research Assistant,
Institute for Conflict Management

On October 26, 2015, the body of Rezaul Parvez, a student of the CV Raman Junior College in Nagaon town, was recovered by Police at Nongpoh in the Ri Bhoi District of Meghalaya. He had been abducted on October 21, from a private hostel at Nagaon Aminpatti (Assam) and is believed to have been killed by his abductors.  

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Punjab: The Lustre Of Dollars On The Sarbat Khalsa

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By Daljit Ami

No doubt the Punjabi expatriates feel about Punjab but that does not mean they become automatically the well wishers of Punjab. Even if they don the garb of Punjab's issues, we need to ask how their arrogance can improve Punjab. No doubt it is difficult to ask these questions to our friends and relatives, the questions can even cause us momentary pain, but Punjab will have to ask these tough questions.


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CANADA

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THE CANADIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA

POLITICAL PARTIES


MAY 2017

Vol. 11 - No. 10










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