All stories by Tikeshwar Patel
Cop hitchhikes 1,100 km to reach village after mother's deathRediff.com12 Apr 2020
Amid the nationwide lockdown, the 30-year-old Chhattisgarh Armed Force (CAF) jawan, posted in the Naxal-hit Bijapur district, travelled over 1,100 km in three days using goods trains, trucks and river boat, to reach his village in Uttar Pradesh after his mother's death.
Who will be Congress's choice for Chhattisgarh CMRediff.com11 Dec 2018
Singhdeo was the main architect of the Congress party's poll manifesto, which he said was made after feedback from about 80,000 people from across the state.
Did Raman Singh take Rahul Gandhi too lightly?Rediff.com11 Dec 2018
The results, while bringing the Congress back to power in this state, also end the rule of the 66-year-old BJP stalwart, who has earned several monikers during his 15-year-long tenure -- Doctor saheb being a trained Ayurvedic medical practitioner, chaur wale baba for his popular rice scheme and the 'Mobile Wale Baba' for giving free smartphones to 50 lakh women and students.
Couples, brother-sister: Meet CRPF's anti-Naxal 'Bastariya' battalionRediff.com22 May 2018
The new battalion, numbered 241, was named Bastariya because it included recruits from Bijapur, Dantewada, Narayanpur, and Sukma districts.
Why roads hold the key in 'war' against NaxalsRediff.com25 May 2017
Roads are of great importance to win the war against the rebels in Sukma
First-ever revenue survey in Naxal-hit Abujhmad beginsRediff.com30 Apr 2017
The survey will benefit a population of at least 35,000, mainly tribals, to get patta (title deed) for the land they were possessing.
New Bastar IG says 'aggressive approach' against Naxals will continueRediff.com10 Feb 2017
Sundarraj said, "Security forces are in a dominating position."
How CRPF is winning over tribals in Naxal-hit SukmaRediff.com21 Aug 2015
The jawans are helping farmers in ploughing their fields
Naxals' nefarious plans set C'garh police on high alertRediff.com17 Jul 2015
The ultras for the first time this season put up pamphlets, banners and flags on Thursday, appealing to people to observe Maoist week -- from July 28 to August 3.