They were headed to a wedding in a village. On their way, the group of Maoists stopped for breakfast along the bank of the Indravati River that flows southward, forming a natural boundary between the central Indian states of Maharashtra and Chhattisgarh.
This densely forested and beautiful regionis ground zero of India's Maoist problem, which returned to the front pages of newspapers in April after a large group of Maoists were killed by the police.
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