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Indian state ban on Maoist group

The Indian state of Andhra Pradesh has imposed a ban on the rebel Communist Party of India (Maoist) group and what it says are six front organisations. The ban comes two days after suspected Maoist rebels shot dead 10 people, including a ruling party legislator. The state government had earlier empowered the chief minister to impose the ban and the federal government in Delhi on Wednesday gave approval. The rebels have been fighting since 1980 for a communist state.Full Story

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