Naxalite violence in India, Pictures & Videos

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  1. bhramos

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    Rise of Maoism or Naxalite movement in India.

    this theard is to understand the movement of naxalism, why and where is it born, what are its roots, but ultimately development is the key of success to break the naxalism.

    This thread is purely for educational and informational purposes to our members and is not connected to, nor does it support or condone any particular organisation or movement. Information published on this thread is reproduced from various public domain media, blogs and academic sources.

    this is not i am not supporter of maoism, i personally never liked the mao or maoism.
    this thread is only related about the naxalite related and their violence.

     
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    Personally holding Chairman Mao in great reverence, who has the most profound impacts on China's track of modernization. As reference I'd sum up my understanding of Mao-ism heritage in China,

    - Land reform: in 1920's-1950's Mao and his comrades distributed the lands to the masses of landless peasants (70% )
    - Industrialization: the groundwork was laid down in Mao's time
    - Socialism: Mao stood in favour of 'grassroots' and against any form of 'exploitation', and enforced nationalization of industries. Against corruption and 'bureaucratic capitalism' of the former ruling Nationalist Party
    - Nationalism: brutal resistance during WW2 to Japanese invasion; fought against the US in Korean War/Vietnam War; broke away from USSR in hail of 'self-dependence'
    - Spiritually Mao revived Chinese' self-esteem and confidence.

    Since China's reform and opening up late 1970's Mao Thought has undergone skeptism as to whether it's applicable in China (or the world) today. What affinity do those self-claimed MAOists (naxalites) have with Mao's thought/revolution?
     
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    Red alert the war within

     
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    Rising Maoists Insurgency in India p2/6

     
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    Rising Maoists Insurgency in India 3/6

     
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    In today's China, most people think Mao died too late
     
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    very good point there as far as i know many of these so called Maoists are thugs who are no less than disappointed and frustated individuals with no future and who seem to blame every wrong on the part of the establishment including their own failures as a result these naxalities are no good but thats what is my personal opinion
     
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    i liked their basics thaughts and idea's, but not there ways of work.
    thoughts which like,
    corruption less world.
    no poor in India. so on............
     
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    Lots of people never read Mao's works before claiming to be Maoists... Chairman Mao has transformed China and Chinese in every aspect even spiritually
     
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    IMO, it is insulting Chair Mao by calling these insurgents Maoist, who bears no resemblance with Mao.

    Who invented the word Maoist? Who gave them this title?
     
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    Remembering Lost Children - Telugu

    this is the video that shows the parents situation after the death of naxalites.





    Telugu documentary film on the agony of the mothers who lost their children in the ongoing Naxalite movement in Andhra Pradesh. About a dozen mothers who are essentially non-political and do not necessarily believe in their deceased children's politics, talk about their memories, the trauma, repression they have undergone both physically and emotionally when their children were away from home fighting for others' causes. Mothers were randomly interviewed from two regions where the movement is intense - Uddanam area of Srikakulam district and Jangoan area of Warangal district.

    Vanaja.C received the 'Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award' for Uncovering India Invisible on 12th April 2006, The Prime Minister had given away the award.
     
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    Vanaja.C received the 'Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award' for Uncovering India Invisible on 12th April 2006, The Prime Minister had given away the award.



     
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    Far away from the glare of the achievements in the fields of information technology, a long festering Maoist insurgency is growing in the heart of India. The Maoists have found a strong base among the tribal people of India. By examining the history of Communist movements in India within a behavioral perspective, this article asks the question why in the past similar movements were relatively easy for the authorities to suppress, while the current Maoist insurgency is proving to be much harder to manage?The Naxalites occupy an ambiguous niche in history. Exemplary idealist to some, he indicates to others an expression of immature disaffection that has nothing constructive to offer. In either case, he embodies the reinstatement of man as a moral agent if only because Naxalites so radically challenge the premises of established morality.
     
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    Recently,a news channel claimed that these **** maoists were getting machine guns,rocket launchers and communication sets from china!!! can anybody confirm this please??
     
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    Answer for you Charan.......

    Maoist dump has latest weapons





    I am not a **** maoists supporter. please dont misunderstand me ......
    JAIHIND
     
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    hmm ya i was also talking about the same channel. Is it reality or just media hype? Any idea?
     
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    Behind the thin Red line

     
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    We are not violent, says Maoist leader

     
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    Live Bomb Blast

    its a mine of 50kg in centre of ranchi,J'kand placed by Maoists to Target the police or VIP's. it was detonated by police in safe place.



    this is the Maoists land mines look like. means desi-land mines.
     
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    Naxals ready for air strikes!!!

     
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