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MAOIST INSURGENCY : IMPENDING ESCALATION AND DIMENTIONS OF THE STATES ARMED RESPONSE  

Since the mid-2011 or so, the intensity of Maoist insurgency had somewhat been less spectacular as compared to the preceding years. Indeed, there had been many Maoist-Police encounters during this time, mostly in Jharkhand and ...Read more >

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EXAMINING THE MAOISTS ATTACKS IN JEERAM GHATIR  By VK Ahluwalia

Once again, Naxalites of the Communist Party of India (Maoist) launched an audacious ambush, in broad day light, on a joint CRPF-police road opening party in ...Read more >

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INDIAS INTERNAL SECURITY SITUATION : PRESENT REALITIES AND FUTURE PATHWAYS  By Namrata Goswami

The concept of democracy in India is indeed unique, with its vast pluralism based on a population of myriad communities and tribes. That uniqueness can be captured through those years following independence in 1947 when Indian public life was lit up by the ...Read more >

138 Pages
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MAOIST INSURGENCY IN INDIA : IMPENDING ESCALATION AND DIMENSIONS OF THE STATES ARMED RESPONSE  By Lt. General (Retd) Gautam Banerjee

Since the mid-2011 or so, the intensity of Maoist insurgency had somewhat been less spectacular as compared to the preceding years. Indeed, there had been many Maoist-Police encounters during this time, mostly in Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, but the frequency of such incidents had shown a definite ...Read more >

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MAOIST MOVEMENT IN INDIA : AN OVERVIEW  By Sandeep Kumar Dubey

It is clear from the above account of the Maoist movement that the movement has been violent and comparatively strong enough to challenge, at least, the security forces and pose threats to the local government ...Read more >

21 Pages
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LASHKAR-E TAIBA AND THE THREAT TO THE UNITED STATES OF A MUMBAI-STYLE ATTACK  By Jonah Blank

This hearing addresses two significant threats to America's security and vital interests: Lashkar-e Taiba, and the potential for a Mumbai-style attack here in the United States. Both threats are timely, and receive far less attention than they ...Read more >

13 Pages
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A BUSY INTERNAL SECURITY AGENDA : MAOISTS, POLICE REFORMS AND THE NCTC  By Radha Kumar

The May 25 Maoist attack on a Congress convoy in Chhattisgarh, in which around thirty party leaders and policemen were killed, has once again shown how weak the Governments strategy towards Maoists ...Read more >

8 Pages
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COUNTERINSURGENCY IN INDIA: THE MAOISTS  By Varun Vira

Indias Prime Minister identifies the Maoist (or Naxalite) insurgency as Indias single biggest internal security challenge. The insurgency is today severe in scale and violence with 2,212 violent incidents in 2010 causing 1,175 casualties (713 civilian, 285 security force and 171 guerilla), a 63% increase since 2008 ...Read more >

13 Pages
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ROLE OF THE ARMED FORCES IN INTERNAL SECURITY: TIME FOR REVIEW  By P K MALLICK

The term aid to civil authorities (ACA) is a British imperial usage referring to the process by which local authorities can request the central government to lend assistance in times of emergency. Before independence, dealing with internal security was an important task of the ...Read more >

53 Pages
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BY UNDERSTANDING THE MAOIST APPROACH TO REVOLUTION AND ITS INHERENT CONTRADICTIONS, INSIGHTS WILL BE GAINED ON TALIBAN VULNERABILITIES  

The Maoist Revolutionary model provides a template of a successful revolution. Both the Taliban and the Chinese underwent similar circumstances. Both movements formed as a result of failed states seeking ways to restore unity and order within their ...Read more >

94 Pages
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LWE : MEETING THE CHALLENGE  By Maj Gen Dhruv Katoch, SM, VSM (Retd)

A seminar on ‘Left Wing Extremism: Meeting the Challenge’ was held on 03 May 2012 at the CLAWS Seminar Hall. The Seminar was chaired by Lt Gen VK Ahluwalia (Retd), Former GOC-in-C Central Command. Ms Shoma Chaudhury, Editor Features, Tehelka spoke on current situation and trends. Col RSN Singh, (Retd), defence analyst, spoke on the Government view and state response and Maj Gen Dhruv Katoch, SM, VSM (Retd), Addl Director, CLAWS gave out recommendations for problem ...Read more >

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ANOTHER BLOODY ROAD SHOW : THE TONGUPAL ATTACK  

On 11 March, in repeat of many such narratives, a police road opening patrol moving along the Sukma-Jagdalpur Highway in Chattisgarh found itself entrapped, inflicted with heavy casualties and nearly two dozen items of their weapons and communication sets looted before the attackers melted away ...Read more >

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LEFT WING EXTREMISM CHALLENGES AND APPROACH  

This paper will address the subject in the broader framework of Left Wing Extremism rather than Naxalism, as beyond the issue of semantics, it tends to limit its historical and contextual ...Read more >

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A PEEP INTO RED TERROR  By CLAWS RESEARCH TEAM

The roots of left wing extremism (LWE) lie in a peasant rebellion in May 1967, in a small village called Bengai Jote, in the Naxalbari Block of Darjeeling District in West ...Read more >

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SPREADING TENTACLES OF LEFT-WING EXTREMISM: ARE WE FAILING IN POLICE TRAINING : A CASE STUDY OF CHHATTISGARH  By Om Shankar Jha

Various case studies of Naxalite-related incidents have revealed that one of the prime reasons for recurring security forces casualties has been the inadequacy in training imparted to them. While the Central Paramilitary ...Read more >

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