By Bappa Majumdar NEW DELHI, June 23 (Reuters) - The growing Maoist insurgency in India over large swathes of the mineral-rich countryside could soon hurt some industrial investment plans just as the country suffers an economic slowdown. The government banned the Communist Party of India (Maoist) on Monday, bracketing it with Islamist militant groups, but experts said the ban would have little impact in the battle against the rebels. On the ground, police fight Maoist insurgents with ...
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