Along the roads of Dantewada, Chhattisgarh, in the Naxal infested zone, a damaged structure reads, what can losely be translated to - look at the actions of naxals, they damage schools, roads and houses.
Chattisgarh is one among the 10 states (as on 2016) that fall in the red corridor - region in eastern, central and southern India that experiences left wing extremism. Also called Naxalites, they claim to be supported by the indigenous rural population, the Adivasis.
This is from a collection of extremely rare News Agency "window" posters from the Soviet Union. Posted daily in shop windows of Moscow after the German invasion started in June 1941, TASS posters were intended to rally support for the war, and later the post-war, effort.