CPI (Maoist) confirms death of Ravalu Srinivas alias Ramanna in audio clip; Naxal leader wanted in 2010 Dantewada, 2017 Sukma attacks
Banned ultra-Left outfit Communist Party of India (Maoist) has finally confirmed the death of Ravalu Srinivas alias Ramanna, a dreaded Maoist leader from Chhattisgarh, who died at the age of 59
Banned Maoist outfit’s Bastar division calls for struggle against State, fight for identity of adivasis on World Tribal Day
On the occasion of the Vishwa Adivasi Diwas (World Tribal Day) on Friday, the Maoist cadre in Chhattisgarh asked the tribals to observe it as a ‘day of struggle to protect the rights and identity of tribals’
Naxalism cannot be wiped out with violence, development alone: Education and popularisation of Constitution is key
The conclusion of the Lok Sabha polls in Chhattisgarh saw a campaign that inter alia involved Naxalism as one of the prominent issues
Maoists in Bastar call for boycott of Lok Sabha election, put up posters extending support to Kashmiri separatists, militants
Maoists of Bastar in Chhattisgarh have extended support to Kashmiri separatists and militants and also called for a boycott of the Lok Sabha election.
Bhima Koregaon violence 'deep-rooted conspiracy', says Bombay HC, dismisses Anand Teltumbde's plea seeking quashing of FIR
Teltumbde had claimed that he was being falsely implicated in Bhima Koregaon case. In his plea, the activist denied all the charges against him even as the police opposed.
'More extortionists than rebels': Scribes brush off Maoist statement expressing regret for attack on DD cameraman
Those living in the Maoist-hotbed of Basta remember that prior to Sahu, two local scribes were brutally murdered by Maoists in 2013
Dantewada attack: Maoists say had no intention of targeting media, but warn press, election officials to stay away from conflict areas
The Maoists on Friday released a statement on the Dantewada attack that killed a Doordarshan cameraman and two policemen, stating that "Doordarshan cameraman Achutyanand Sahu was killed after being caught in the ambush and we had no intention of targeting the media."
Based on the information gathered from witnesses, the police identified three guerillas who took part in the attack in Andhra Pradesh. They include Aruna alias Venkataravi Chaitanya, a Special Zonal Committee Member of the CPI-Maoist
Bhima Koregaon arrests: UAPA has poor conviction rate; roughly 75% cases end in discharge or acquittal
The conviction rate for cases under UAPA–cases convicted per cases in which trials were completed–in 2016 was 33 percent, as against 82 percent for all SLL cases, while the pendency percentage – cases pending trial per total cases for trial – stood at 97.8 percent in 2016, as against 82 percent for SLL cases.
'Urban Naxals' use provisions of NHRC, SC to weaken State, propagate Maoist propaganda, claims report released at RSS event
A fact-finding mission report on Naxals, recently unveiled at an RSS event states that "intellectuals working as academicians, lawyers, media persons act as sympathisers of Maoist activities and spearhead the movement by making it appear an ideological war against caste and class"
Bhima Koregaon riots probe: Bombay HC to hear plea against ADG PB Singh, Maharashtra Police over media briefing in sub judice case
Social activist Sanjay Bhalerao, who claims to be to be a witness to the Bhima Koregaon violence, filed a public interest litigation (PIL) in the Bombay High Court seeking action against Additional Director General ,Param Bir Singh and the other policemen for briefing the media and disclosing evidence.
CPI(Maoist) leader surrenders before Jharkhand Police, CRPF; militant wanted for various cases including murder
A Communist Party of India (Maoist) surrendered on Wednesday to the Jharkhand Police and CRPF. He claimed that he was tired of the Naxal activities.
Maoists kill one, injure another on suspicion of being police informers in midnight attack in Telangana
Maoists went on rampage in Telangana's Bhadradri Kothagudem district early Saturday, killing one and injuring another former guerrilla member
Maoist violence drops by over 50% in six years as Left-wing extremists' grip weakens in red bastions
There has been a 52.6 percent drop in incidents of Maoist violence between 2010 and 2016, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of ministry of home affairs (MHA) data
A construction company employee was brutally murdered in Bihar's Jamui district in the wee hours of Tuesday. Police suspect the Communist Party of India (Maoist) to have carried out the incident after a failed extortion demand
In 2006, even Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, known for his economy of words, spoke up, describing the Maoists as the “biggest internal-security threat.”
The Communist Party of India (Maoist) has apologised for the death of nine civilians, including 7 polling personnel, in landmine blasts triggered by their cadres in Chhattisgarh over the weekend and termed it as a "serious mistake".
The Maoists may have lost a significant part of their power but have they been demolished completely?
India continued to be one of the most persistently targeted countries by transnational terrorist groups like LeT, a US report has said, noting New Delhi's concerns about Pakistan-based terror outfits remain the main impediment in normalising Indo-Pak ties.