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Four CRPF Jawans Injured in Naxal-triggered IED Blast in Jharkhand
Four CRPF personnel were injured on Saturday in a series of IED blasts carried out by Naxals in the Dhanbad district of Jharkhand.
CRPF troops belonging to the 154th battalion, along with those from state police, were out for a Long Range Patrol when they encountered a series of IED blasts around 12:15 pm

“The counter-insurgency operations for the next three months were thoroughly discussed because  During April, May and June, Maoists usually step up their activities and therefore the strategies to take on them was devised and discussed,”

RAIPUR: Two days after a deadly Maoist attack that killed seven CRPF jawans in Bastar, Indian Air Force special forces unit ‘Garuda’ commandos on Friday conducted a special air-to-ground live-fire drill in worst insurgency-hit Sukma district as part of what is being claimed as “self-defence” mechanism.
IAF Air commodore Ajay Shukla and Chhattisgarh special DG (Naxal operations) D M Awasthi told reporters that specially trained commandos of IAF in a package of three MI-17 choppers conducted a special air-to-ground live-fire exercise in Sukma region. Earlier, such an exercise was carried out in Bijapur in October last year. Hence, it was second such exercise carried out in Bastar with Sukma police personnel on board of the choppers.

Assembly polls: Maoist-affected areas to monitor by choppers
Two helicopters will be used by the Election Commission to monitor security arrangements during polling in the Maoist-affected Junglemahal area of West Bengal.
Additional Chief Electoral Officer Dibyendu Sarkar said arrangements for two helicopters have been made, which will be used as per requirements during the first phase of Assembly elections.

 Six landmines recovered, defused
The Police today recovered six landmines from a village under Madanpur police station area in Bihar’s Maoist-infested Aurangabad district, a police officer said.
Acting on a tip off, the police detected six landmines planted by the proscribed CPI(Maoist) ultras underneath Madanpur Ajan road in Purnadih village and safely recovered all of them, the Superintendent of Police (SP) Baburam, said.
The landmines were connected to six bombs weighing five kg each, he said.

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