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  • Left-Wing Extremism and Counterinsurgency in India: The ‘Andhra Model’

    India has a long history of left-wing extremism. The largest and most powerful left-wing extremist group today is the Communist Party of India (CPI) (Maoist), which is active in many states across the country. Its ultimate goal is to capture power through a combination of armed insurgency and mass mobilisation. In recent times, the southern state of Andhra Pradesh has achieved notable success in counterinsurgency operations against the Maoists. This article outlines the ‘Andhra model’, which involves a mix of security, development and political approaches.

    July 2013

    Examining the Maoist Resurgence in Andhra

    The Maoists are trying to cash in on major issues like Telangana to expand their mass base in Andhra from where hail their top leadership.

    December 28, 2010

    Small States: Potential Maoist Strongholds

    From the security point of view, it might not be prudent to carve out states from Maoist affected regions without adequately preparing the administrative and security apparatus.

    December 17, 2009

    A Critical Evaluation of Andhra Pradesh’s Response to the Naxal Challenge

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    December 19, 2008
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

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