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Sukma Collector unwell
Sukma Collector Alex Paul who was released by the Maoists, is reportedly suffering from dehydration.
Sukma case: Maoists claim swap deal
The Maoist negotiators claim that the Government promised to release three jailed Maoists and fast-track review of five more in lieu of Sukma Collector's release.
Aaj Tak | 7 AM Bulletin, May 4, 2012
News Bulletin: Aaj Tak | 7 AM Bulletin, May 4, 2012
Headlines Today | Fast Track 50, May 4, 2012
News Bulletin: Fast Track 50, May 4, 2012
Maoists release Sukma Collector
Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon was released after being held captive by the Maoists for 13 days.
C'garh hostage crisis: Mediators reach Jagdalpur
Maoist interlocutors leave for Tadmetla forests to facilitate abducted Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon's release.
Sukma Collector to be set free
After spending two weeks in captivity, Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon will be released today.
Families of Collector's guards lament their loss
While everyone is focused on rescuing the abducted Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon, little attention is paid to the lamenting families of his two guards who were killed by the Maoists.
Mediators to meet Maoists
Maoist interlocutors BD Sharma and G Hargopal will meet Maoists to brief them on the Chhattisgarh government's stand on the Sukma hostage crisis.
Interlocutors to meet Maoists
Maoist interlocutors BD Sharma and G Hargopal will meet Maoists to brief them on the Chhattisgarh Government's stand in the Sukma hostage crisis.
TV9 AP | 5 PM Bulletin, April 27, 2012
News Bulletin: TV9 AP, 5 PM, April 27, 2012
Sukma hostage case: Day two of talks
Talks between the Chhattisgarh government and the Maoist mediators, over the abduction of Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon are underway in Raipur.
Headlines Today | Fast Track 50, April 27, 2012
News Bulletin: Fast Track 50, 7 AM, April 27, 2012
TV9 AP | 9 AM Bulletin, April 26, 2012
News Bulletin: TV9 AP, 9 AM, April 26, 2012
Collector hostage crisis: Govt to meet mediators
The Chhattisgarh Government is expected to meet Maoists' interlocutors to device a strategy for freeing abducted IAS officer Alex Paul Menon.
Sukma case: Govt asks for deadline extension
In the Sukma Collector abduction case, the Chhattisgarh state government has asked for an extension to the deadline, which ended on April 25.
BD Sharma discloses demands of Maoists
BD Sharma, one of the interlocutors named by the Maoists, discloses the demands of the Naxals.
BD Sharma briefs media about hostage crisis
BD Sharma, the Maoists nominated interlocutor, briefs the media about the hostage crisis in Chhattisgarh and discloses the demands of the Maoists.
Collector's kin wait for Kunjam's return
Abducted Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon's family waits for the return of Maoist mediator Manish Kunjam to know about Menon's well-being, as his health is reportedly fast deteriorating.
Govt ready for talks: Chhattisgarh CM
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh says the government is ready to hold talks with the Maoists.
Mediator awaits govt's response
Professor Hargopal, whom the Maoists have named as one of the mediators, says he is waiting for Chhattisgarh government's agreement.
Maoists name mediators
Manish Kunjam, the adivasi leader nominated by the naxals to mediate, carries medicines to Sukma collector, held hostage by the Maoists.
How can Government curb hostage crisis?
Newshour | Is it possible for the Government come up with a plausible long-term strategy to prevent hostage crisis?
TV9 AP | 12 PM Bulletin, April 24, 2012
News Bulletin: TV9 AP, 12 PM, April 24, 2012
Bhushan refuses to mediate on behalf of Naxals
One of the mediators named by the Maoists, Prashant Bhushan, refuses to get involved in the Chhattisgarh hostage crisis.
Maoists claim Collector Menon's health is critical
Maoists, who are holding the District Collector of Sukma Alex Paul Menon hostage, have issued a statement, saying his health is critical.
Bhushan unwilling to be Maoist mediator
Prashant Bhushan, one of the three mediators named by the Maoists, refuses to get involved in the hostage crisis in Chhattisgarh.
Why did Naxals target an honest officer?
Newshour | Were the Maoists enraged by the attempts of the Sukma District Collector, Alex Paul Menon, to reform the tribals?
Will India yield to demands of Naxals again?
Ground Zero | Will India yield to the demands of the Maoists to free the abducted Collector Alex Paul Menon?
IAS officer abduction: Wife appeals to Govt
Wife of abducted District Collector, Alex Paul Menon, appeals to the Chhattisgarh Government to take necessary steps to get him released from the custody of the Maoists.
Collector abduction | Centre plans hostage policy
In the wake of hostage crisis in Odisha and Chattisgarh, the Centre is mulling over a unified hostage policy.
Collector abduction row | Naxals set deadline
The Chhattisgarh Maoists, who have abducted Sukma Collector Alex Paul Menon, set a deadline for the Government to meet their demands.
Collector abduction row | Family appeals to Naxals
Family members of abducted Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon appeal to the Maoists to set him free.
Maoists set tough terms for release of IPS officer
The Maoists who have abducted Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon dictate tough terms with a deadline for his release.
Sukma hostage crisis: Urgent meet called
An urgent meet of the SPs of Sukma and other districts has been called to review the Sukma collector rescue operation.
Collector's wife appeals for release
Chhattisgarh's Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon's wife Asha Menon appeals to Maoists to release him on humanitarian grounds.
Maoists abduct Sukma Collector
Maoists abducted Chhattisgarh's Sukma District Collector Alex Paul Menon after shooting down two of his security guards.
Times Now | 6 AM Bulletin, April 22, 2012
News Bulletin: Times Now, 6 AM Bulletin, April 22, 2012
Headlines Today | 6 AM Bulletin, April 22, 2012
News Bulletin: Headlines Today, 6 AM Bulletin, April 22, 2012
Naxals kidnap IAS officer; wife pleads for release
The wife of the District Collector of Sukma district in Chattisgarh, who was kidnapped by naxals on Saturday, appeals for his early release.
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