The Telegraph
Tuesday , May 6 , 2014
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Once a popular destination among tourists for its sheer beauty of expansive hills and dense sal forests, Konar Dam in Vishnugarh block of Hazaribagh district fell silent after Maoists infiltrated the area. But the forsaken scenic spot seems to have got a fresh lease of life ever since the CRPF set up a camp from February. With the tourists slowly coming back to bask in the glory of nature, Vishvendu Jaipuriar takes a look at the changes sweeping the dam

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