Maoists gunned down two persons suspecting them as police informers in Odisha's Malkangiri district, police said today
One CRPF personnel was killed and 15 others were injured in serial blasts carried out by Maoists in Jharkhand's Giridih district today to foil search operations by security men to rescue four abducted persons. The abducted persons were, however, freed.
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh on Monday slammed AAP leader Prashant Bhushan for his remarks on a referendum on deployment of forces in Maoist-hit areas and said he should ask naxals to stop violence instead of making such statements.
He alleged that people will soon get disillusioned with Aam Aadmi Party. "It seems the main job of the party and its leaders (is) only to attack others and make wild allegations," Gadkari alleged.
Kumar said he had asked the state police headquarters to provide details so that he could reply to Shinde comprehensively.
Armed Maoists Friday killed an elderly man in Odisha's Malkangiri district, police said. The Maoists dragged 65-year-old Prabhakar Madkani from his home at MV 79 village (Malkangiri village) and shot him dead, District Superintendent of Police Akhileswar Singh told IANS.
A CRPF officer arrested on charges of leaking sensitive information to Maoist guerrillas in Bihar was sent to jail on Wednesday, police said.
Defying a boycott call of Maoists, over a third of the voters Monday cast their ballot in the first phase of the Chhattisgarh assembly elections that saw a blast in Kanker, a clash in Jagdalpur and firing in Dantewada. By 1 pm, between 30 to 35 percent votes were cast, election officials said.
An improvised explosive device (IED) was today recovered from Maoist-hit Dantewada district of south Chhattisgarh, two days ahead of the first phase of Assembly election in the state.
Dozens of armed guards protect Devati Karma, 51, and her four sons, all of whom have been given Z plus security, as she moves around seeking votes in an electoral battle against heavy odds in Dantewada.
Two police personnel were injured when a pressure bomb laid by Maoist exploded in Sukma district of South Chhattisgarh today, the police said.
BJP leader insures supporters campaigning for him in the Bastar regions for Rs five lakh each
Imposing curfew, slapping collective fine and punishing sarpanch and elders in villages which give food and shelter to Maoists are some of the measures suggested by Mumbai Commissioner of Police Satyapal Singh to cripple the Naxal menace.
Economically backward Telangana region could witness growing activities of Maoists in coming months as the rebels may take advantage of the process of creation of the new state which may take close to six months.
In a massive operation against the Maoists, security forces have laid siege to a hill in Jharkhand, entrapping nearly 250 guerrillas by cutting their supply lines, police said here on Friday.
Against the backdrop of the deadly 25 May Naxal attack in Bastar, a Congress delegation today met Election Commission seeking measures to ensure free and fair voting in Maoist-hit areas in Chhattisgarh, where polls are due this year
Maoist violence was not a mere law and order problem and the lack of development in tribal areas was an important cause of the malaise, Tribal Affairs Minister KC Singh Deo said Monday
Ever since the May 25 massacre in Chhattisgarh, UPA has been speaking in speaking in several voices. This is par for the course: for years, the UPA assailed its own Prime Minister’s counter-Maoist policy in document after document.