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Damage control: now Naxals try a PR campaign in Tengrari, Muzaffarpur

Damage control: now Naxals try a PR campaign in Tengrari, Muzaffarpur Using force: to enforce normalcy! Muzaffarpur: this is a follow up on our earlier report on Tengrari High School, Muzaffarpur which has been closed since February 2 after the Maoists beat up teachers for removing the black flag they had hoisted on Republic Day [http://www.bihardays.com/3bhr/schoolchildrens-appeal-naxalites-reopen-school/].  Following this, when the teachers struck work, the schoolchildren had taken out a march appealing to the Maoists to allow them to reopen the school. In a startling new development, the Naxalites... 

Why the Binayak Sen Case will damage BJP’s long term prospects?

Why the Binayak Sen Case will damage BJP’s long term prospects? Binayak: now a symbol, like it or not! Delhi, Raipur: while the whole world has its eyes on the course that Binayak Sen case has taken and will continue to do so right till the Supreme Court level, there are reasons why BJP should worry about its own prospects and votes in the coming Lok sabha elections. By denying bail to Binayak Sen, the Chhatisgarh government may have undone all the gains made by the party at the centre. Till yesterday, the BJP was placed in a very good situation, politically. The Congress regime at the centre... 

Bridge Blown up in Aurangabad

AURANGABAD: Maoists blew up a bridge and put up posters calling for poll boycott under Tandwa police station in Aurangabad district, with five days remaining for the sixth and final round of the Bihar assembly elections.  A ‘massive combing operation’ has been launched in the district to tame the Maoists, according to media reports. Security has been tightened with 147 companies of central para-military forces (CPMF) deployed in the district. The Maoists have called for a poll boycott call in the entire district. Police said the banned CPI( Maoist) used dynamite, and triggered a blast on the... 

Last phase; Aurangabad Updates

Left, right or centre? who will come to power in Bihar? Skirmish forAurangabad In Bihar, campaigning is at its peak for the 6th and last phase of Assembly elections.  Senior leaders from different political parties are addressing election rallies in Aurangabad district to woo the voters. Polling will be held on 20th of this month. About 13 lakhs 32 thousand voters would political fate aspirants from Aurangabad district on 20th of this month in last phase of assembly elections Aurangabad is a district in Magadh region and is associated with first Deputy Chief Minister cum Finance Minister of Bihar... 

Maoist Menace continues in Jharkhand

Maoist menace unabated In Jharkhand, Maoists blew up a railway station in Palamau in Jharkhand and took away the station master.  They also razed two government buildings to the ground in the same district. Police said, about 12 Maoists last night attacked the Sadbahani railway station, which is a ‘halt’ for passenger trains, blew it up with dynamite and took away the station master Sumit Kumar. Train services were disrupted due to the incident. Around the same time, another group of Maoists blew up the building of Bishrampur block office and a panchayat bhavan at Basna village in... 

Naxals ‘Obama’ pretext to scare voters

burning truck  Obama pretext to showcase Naxal might   Patna: Obama visits in Delhi and the Maoists blow up railway tracks in Bihar, one of India’s poorest states, in yet another show of senseless violence in the name of the ‘people’. The actual motive is to send a strong signal to the Bihar government that this  phase of elections are going to be anything but peaceful. The violence in Bihar came ahead of assembly polls in 35 constituencies in drought-hit districts Tuesday. Almost a third of the constituencies are in Maoist-affected areas. Describing as inadequate the security arrangement... 

Polling hours modified

Polling hours modified in 4 constituencies The Election Commission has rescheduled polling hours in four Bihar Assembly elections in the constituencies of Hilsa, Belganj, Wazirganj and Atri in response to the threats from naxal rebels, official sources said. “The Commission has accepted the recommendation of chief electoral officer (CEO) in Bihar for rescheduling the polling hour in these constituencies because of the naxal threat,” the sources said. Polling for Hilsa, Belaganj and Wazirganj Assembly constituencies would now be held between 7 am and 4 pm, while in the constituency of... 

Election fever in Bihar unabated

Election Roundup In Bihar,election fever in the state is in full swing. The campaigning comes to an end on Sunday. The fifth phase of elections will be held in 35 assembly constituencies on November 9. Out of 35 of these, 12 constituencies are naxal-infested. Stalwarts of different political parties including Senior BJP leader Lal Krishna Adwani, JD ( U) President Sharad Yadav, RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav, LJP President Ram Vilash Paswan, State congress chief Mehboob ALI Qaiser and left leaders addressed a series of election meetings in different parts of the constituencies . According to AIR Patna,... 

Bihar Jharkhand Cops to monitor inter-state borders

Increased vigilance are needed at borders to ensure smooth polls    By Bihardays Team  HAZARIBAGH: With Bihar going to the polls from October 21,  police teams  from Bihar and Jharkhand  will keep a hawk’s eye  on movement of Naxalites and criminals in the districts bordering the two states.  At a high-level meeting of  senior police officers from Bihar and Jhakhand at Hazaribagh circuit house on Saturday, it was resolved that the Jharkhand police from Hazaribagh, Chatra and Koderma  districts that border Gaya and Nawadah districts respectively, will be on high alert to avoid disruptive... 

Bihar Jharkhand Cops to monitor inter-state borders

Increased vigilance are needed at borders to ensure smooth polls    By Bihardays Team  HAZARIBAGH: With Bihar going to the polls from October 21,  police teams  from Bihar and Jharkhand  will keep a hawk’s eye  on movement of Naxalites and criminals in the districts bordering the two states.  At a high-level meeting of  senior police officers from Bihar and Jhakhand at Hazaribagh circuit house on Saturday, it was resolved that the Jharkhand police from Hazaribagh, Chatra and Koderma  districts that border Gaya and Nawadah districts respectively, will be on high alert to avoid disruptive... 
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