Two minors among three Naxals held in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district after brief exchange of fire
All the three were allegedly tasked with arranging commodities of daily use for senior cadres, and spreading Maoist propaganda, the police said
While Urban India struggles, tribals in Bastar follow strict self-isolation norms; villagers barricade roads to prevent spread of virus
Tribals in the seven districts of Bastar region in Chhattisgarh have voluntarily adopted measures to implement lockdown in their villages, without much of the state’s intervention, to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus
Elgar Parishad case: BR Ambedkar's kin Anand Teltumbde remanded to five-day NIA custody; Gautam Navlakha surrenders in Delhi
Academician Anand Teltumbde, grand son-in-law of BR Ambedkar, and civil rights activist Gautam Navlakha were on Tuesday placed under arrest by the NIA in connection with Elgar Parishad-Maoists links case
Maoists blow up empty school building in Bihar's Gaya, leave behind pamphlets against CAA, NRC and NPR, say police
Suspected Maoist rebels blew up a school building in Bihar's Gaya district and left behind pamphlets denouncing the CAA, NPR, NRC and the 'fascist BJP government'
From Kashmir to Red Corridor, a massively stressed CRPF remains backbone of India's internal security
From fighting terrorists in Kashmir to guarding VIPs, performing riot control and poll duty, the Central Reserve Police Force performs a range of functions in addition to its two most important duties: guarding the country’s borders and dealing with its internal security.
One year since Pulwama attack: From Dantewada, Sukma, Uri to Gadchiroli, a look at some of the deadliest attacks on security personnel in the past 10 years
As India marks the first anniversary of one of the worst attacks the country has seen, let's take a look some of the deadliest attacks on the security forces since 2010
Assam BJP accuses Congress, Leftist parties, 'overground Maoist KMSS' for violence during anti-CAA protests in Dec
State BJP president Ranjeet Kumar Dass accused the Congress, KMSS and Leftist parties of being involved in violence during anti-CAA protests
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
CRPF jawan killed in encounter with Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur; officials suspect some Maoists also died in attack
A CRPF jawan was killed in an encounter with Naxals in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur district on Thursday, police said.
Jallikattu movie review: Lijo Jose Pellissery presents an audacious, eye-popping take on masculinity and our savage species
Drawing its name from the controversial sport of Tamil Nadu, Jallikattu turns this description on its head as men mine their basest instincts to defeat the buffalo.
Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019, Gadchiroli profile: BJP pits sitting MLA Deorao Holi against Congress' Chanda Kodwate in Maoist-hit constituency
Reserved under Scheduled Caste (ST) category, Gadchiroli is one of the worst Maoist-hit Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra and will vote for the Maharashtra Assembly Election 2019 on 21 October
Govt plans national centre to coordinate ops against LWEs; first time since 1989, incidents of Maoist violence below 500
The Central Government is planning to create a National Coordination Centre (NCC) which will function as a databank on Maoists' core strongholds and cadres, and act as a synergy point for intelligence gathering and anti-Maoist operations
Chhattisgarh Police may get custody of woman Maoist leader Sujatha wanted in several attacks in Bijapur district
According to a source in Bijapur district police, woman Maoist leader Sujatha alias Nagaram Rupa has been brought to Chhattisgarh from Central Jail in Warangal on a production warrant
Maoist commander who helped plan 2017 Sukma attack on CRPF jawans surrenders before Chhattisgarh Police
Sudhir Korsa aka Prakash, a Maoist platoon commander, who was a part of the dreaded Battalion-1 of the banned CPI (Maoist), and who helped plan the 2017 Sukma attack on CRPF jawans, surrendered before the Chhattisgarh Police in Bijapur district on Wednesday
Maoist couple carrying Rs 8 lakh bounty surrenders in Telangana’s Bhadradri Kothagudem; duo handed over cash reward as immediate relief
A Maoist couple carrying a total bounty of Rs 8 lakh on their head, surrendered before Telangana police on Tuesday
War and Peace in Junglemahal: All you need to know about Biswajit Roy's book at the centre of the Bombay HC controversy
War and Peace in Junglemahal: People, State and Maoists published in 2012 is a collection of essays that examines the Maoist violence and the government’s failed peace initiatives, offering a wide range of perspectives on the same, with discussions about the autonomy of grassroots movements and the meaning of living in a democracy.
Adivasis and the Indian State: Caught between Hinduisation and indifferent govt, Madias of Maharashtra struggle to make ends meet
Majority of the families belonging to the Madia tribe in Maharashtra, whose lives have been disrupted by an encroaching ‘civilisation’, are left with a Hobson’s choice — assimilate and lose their Adivasi culture or resist and lose their lives
Home Minister Amit Shah urges Maoist-affected states to rationalise surrender policy, eliminate Left-Wing Extremism
Home Minister Amit Shah said that incidents of Left Wing Extremism (LWE) have come down but the focus needs to be on eliminating the problem completely
Amit Shah to take stock of operations against Naxals in meeting tomorrow; chief ministers, key officials of affected areas to be present
Amit Shah on Monday will take stock of the ongoing operations against Naxals and the development initiatives being undertaken in Maoist-hit areas, officials said.
MHA reviews security in six Naxal-affected states, says there is ‘consistent’ decline in incidents of LWE violence since 2014
The Centre on Tuesday reviewed the security situation in Naxal-affected states where the extremists continue to carry out subversive activities very often, officials said.