Insurgents

  • Mother of martyr inspires young Indians to join armed forces July 28, 2014

    Mrs Anuradha Gore who lost her young son in the counterinsurgency operation is now inspiring young Indians to join the Armed forces. ...
  • CJ Show: Parents of a slain soldier fight for their rights January 26, 2014

    Col Kawar Bhardwaj's son captain Umang Bhardwaj died while battling the terrorists in Jammu and Kashmir. After the death of his son, he and his wife Shiksha were promised a petrol pump allotment and some land to build a statue in the memory of their late son. Many years have...
  • CJ Show: Inspiring the young to join the armed forces January 25, 2014

    CJ Anuradha Gore, a mother of a martyred soldier who died fighting the enemy on the frontline is now on a mission to inspire the young children towards defense services. Watch her story ...
  • Army has failed to check insurgency: Farooq Abdullah November 27, 2011

    Speaking to Karan Thapar on Devil's Advocate Farooq Abdullah said every successful infiltration from across the border is a collective failure of the system. ...
  • CNN-IBN @ 5: Insurgencies in North-East India January 22, 2011

    CNN-IBN looks at various insurgencies in the North-East India, also known as India's Hidden Wars. ...
  • Naxals strike again, kill 27 in Dantewada May 18, 2010

    The Naxals have struck again in Chhattisgarh. In what is perhaps the biggest attack on civilians recently, on Monday, a bus from Dantewada carrying 50 people was blown up by a landmine. At least 27 have been killed, including 14 special police officers and 13 civilians. At 15 have been...
  • When India attacked its own people April 20, 2010

    It has been 41 years since the Indian Air Force carried out bombings in Aizwal (Mizoram) to stop Mizo rebels. It's an episode that's been deleted from history. But have we learnt our lessons? ...
  • Lest we forget: martyrs of Dantewada April 13, 2010

    A week ago, India was shocked when 75 CRPF men were gunned down in Dantewada by the Naxals. A week later, as the tragedy moves away from national consciousness, as the debate gets aught in offensive and defensive warfare, 76 families are left alone and isolated. ...
  • Is the air power option against Naxals a viable one? April 8, 2010

    The Government has keep its options open for use of Air force against the Naxals. Is the air power option against Naxals a viable one? ...
  • Sacrifice will not go in vain: CRPF chief April 8, 2010

    Director General of CRPF Vikram Srivastava spoke to CNN-IBN. ...
  • Families of slain CRPF men mourn their loss April 7, 2010

    76 families today are grieving the loss of their loved ones; the bodies of the men massacred in Dantewada were brought back- from the forests and are on their way to their hometowns. ...
  • Is Operation Greenhunt failing? April 6, 2010

    A seventy plus death toll. Scores injured. A conflict which no one would dub low intensity. 82 CRPF personel turned out to be sitting ducks for 1000 naxals who had probably been tipped off about the movement of the CRPF team. The big question being raised after the Naxal attack...
  • Maoist leader Kishenji goes missing March 31, 2010

    Just where is top Maoist leader Koteshwar Rao also called Kishenji? is he dead, alive or injured? Speculation is rife a week after the encounter with security forces in Bengal's Midnapore. ...
  • High army casualties raise serious questions March 6, 2010

    The last 10 days have seen 2 major encounters in Jammu and Kashmir which have claimed 2 young officers - one of them Captain Deepak Sharma who lost his life battling terrorists in trail two days ago. As he was laid to rest, the question every one is asking is...
  • After Maoists, Govts start speaking in two tones March 5, 2010

    So far, the Maoists have been speaking in two tones. However, now, our politicians too have joined the bandwagon. The JDU is now threatening to disrupt parliament proceedings after the Home Minister accused them of taking an ambivalent approach to the Naxals. ...
  • ULFA leader Rajkhowa agrees for peace talks December 3, 2009

    CNN-IBN has learnt that the deal with Rajkhowa was struck after ULFA's finance secretary Chitraban Hazarika and foreign secretary Sashadhar Chowdhury were detained and pushed back into India. They gave pin-pointed location of Rajkhowa to Indian interrogators which was passed on to Bangladesh. Both the men also spoke to Rajkhowa...
  • Kabul diaries: View from a base rocketed 41 times last month November 14, 2008

    Kabul: At least 19 people, including an American soldier, were killed after a suicide bomber targeted a US convoy outside Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday. That attack has brought focus back on what top NATO commander’s demand of more troops to go after insurgents. CNN’s Barbara Starr travelled to the unstable...