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India vows crackdown on Maoist rebels after police killings

Indian Home Minister Shivraj Patil said that the government was “fully determined” to counter the threat by Maoist rebels who killed 55 policemen on Thursday. In one of their worst attacks, the rebels — called Naxalites after Naxalbari village from where they launched their fight — attacked a jungle security post in eastern Chhattisgarh state on Thursday. “The government views the Naxalite menace as an area of serious concern and remains fully determined to combat the challenge posed by it in association with state governments,” Patil told parliament on Friday. Full Story

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