In Ashutosh Bhardwaj’s book The Death Script, an intimate study of the everyday strifes of India’s Red Corridor
In a conversation with Firstpost, Bhardwaj talks about his time living in India's Red Corridor, why a solution for the insurgency has not yet been achieved, and the State's apathy towards Adivasis
During the search at Hany Babu's house, the NIA seized one account ledger, one receipt book of a committee formed for the defence and release of GN Saibaba, several documents as well as electronic items such as hard disk, USB pen drive among others
Kobad Ghandy's upcoming memoir traces the activist's life from his student days in London to his work as a Maoist ideologue
For the better part of the last decade, Kobad Ghandy had been embroiled in several court cases and was in and out of various prisons across different states in the country.
Tina Biswas on the characters of The Antagonists, writing about the political churning in Kolkata and her British style of humour
Mohan Bhagwat Vijayadashami speech 2018: RSS chief demands law for Ram Mandir construction, cautions against 'Urban Naxals'
RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat delivered his annual Vijayadashami speech in Nagpur's Reshimbagh Ground and warned against the 'Urban Maoists' in the country.
SSB Jawan dragged out of daughter's birthday party, shot by Maoists believing he was a 'police informer'
Yadav had come home to celebrate his daughter’s birthday in his native village Pandethika when two Maoists, in police uniform, turned up at his home and dragged him outside before shooting him.
The Vivek Agnihotri interview on Newslaundry: 7 of the finest moments from a fabulously unhinged conversation
We watched all 61 minutes and 38 seconds (some of it with palms on face) of Abhinandan Sekhri's interrogation and Vivek Agnihotri's often baffling answers, and came up with seven moments that are entirely Buzzfeed list-worthy (as channeled through Firstpost's editorial spectacles)
After Narendra Modi, Devendra Fadnavis receives death threat; letter speaks of 'retribution' for Gadchiroli encounter
Minutes after news broke that a Maoist were plotting the murder of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, reports have now surfaced that Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis and his family also received a death threat on Friday.
Letter reveals Maoists planned Rajiv Gandhi-style assassination of Narendra Modi; MHA calls it hollow threat
In one of the letters from one Prakash to Wilson, it is stated that the Bhima Koregaon agitation was losing its steam, and cadres should keep it alive.
'Reign of terror': CPM flays BJP after two Lenin statues razed post saffron party's historic Tripura win, seeks PM's intervention
Tripura chief minister-designate Biplab Deb has urged the people of the state to maintain peace and said anybody indulging in violence would be punished.
The Congress on Friday said the central government's claim that demonetisation will end Left wing extremism has been proven wrong,
Venkaiah Naidu says guns can never be successful in democracy, asks Naxals to be part of electoral process
M Venkaiah Naidu appealed to adivasi communities to support and encourage people who bring change through democracy and not those who promote violence
Maoist violence continues to decline, home ministry claims 21 percent reduction in left-wing extremism
There has been a 21 percent reduction in violent Maoist incidents across the country this year compared to the corresponding period in 2016
Three naxals, dressed as civilians, attacked Benjam with axes near his house a village in Bastar district
Union minister Venkaiah Naidu on Friday urged all parties to speak with one voice on the "long-pending" issues of Kashmir and Naxalism, leaving aside political considerations.
Sukma Maoist attack: Intelligence, SOP failures led to massacre that killed 25 CRPF jawans in Chhattisgarh
Multiple factors — from leadership failure to loopholes in the functioning of the security forces — have led to the death of 25 CRPF personnel. But despite repeated incidents, no lessons are being learned
Shankar Baghel, the slain tribal along with other villagers had reportedly lodged a complaint against Nandini Sundar and others in May for inciting tribals against police.
Singh also said unable to stomach India's rapid growth, some countries are trying to destabilise the nation.
As many as 57 Naxals and 297 sympathisers surrendered before police in the insurgency-hit Sukma district in Chhattisgarh on Tuesday, police said.