Bastar attack: Maoist killing of 22 jawans shows little has changed in over a decade on operations front
Declaring war against the Maoists, Home Minister Amit Shah said on Monday in Jagdalpur that strong action would be taken.
West Bengal's Operation Barga holds lessons for centre's answer to Bastar attack; it wasn't only brute force that broke the back of the Naxal movement
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
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
In Jharkhand poll rallies, BJP's Amit Shah sets 2024 deadline for NRC, Congress' Rahul Gandhi promises farm loan waiver
At poll rallies in Jharkhand, Amit Shah set a 2024 deadline for implementing the hugely divisive NRC across the country, asserting 'each and every' infiltrator will be identified and expelled before the next general election
Jharkhand election: First phase of polling to take place in backdrop of recent Naxal violence, persistent rural poverty
Out of 4,892 polling booths in Jharkhand, 1,202 have been identified as ‘sensitive’ and 1,790 booths have termed as ‘highly sensitive’ ones
Ahead of Jharkhand polls, Narendra Modi blames previous govts for Naxalism, praises Raghubar Das for tackling situation
Prime Minister Modi was in Jharkhand to address a public rally for the first phase of the Assembly election, which will be held on 30 November
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
Amit Shah holds meet with CMs of Naxal-affected states, says Centre committed to uproot Left-Wing Extremism
The Centre and the Naxalism-affected states on Monday resolved to jointly fight the Left Wing Extremism, with Home Minister Amit Shah declaring that the Maoists are against the idea of democracy.
Centre's 'masterstroke' on Article 370 in Kashmir puts armed forces on trial; debate necessary on costs of conflict
Personnel of the armed forces are in Kashmir to suppress the sentiment which expresses itself often through violence, because there is no other means of expressing it.
DU updates Sociology, Political Science, History, English syllabi; no 'controversial material' part of curriculum, say varsity officials
No 'controversial' or 'provocative' content will be part of the Delhi University's (DU) curriculum, officials said. Syllabi of the four departments, Sociology, Political Science, History and English was updated. SFI and Left students' outfits protested against the 'saffronisation' of the Delhi University's curriculum.
NIA raids 12 locations, including former Bihar MLC Hulas Pandey's residence, in AK-47 smuggling case
NIA carried out searches at 12 locations in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar including the residence of a former MLC of Bihar in a case of alleged smuggling of Kalashnikov assault rifles from Central Ordnance Depot and supplied to Naxals and criminal gangs
Bhima Koregaon case: Bombay HC says it found nothing against activist Gautam Navlakha, extends protection from arrest
The Bombay High Court observed that it found nothing against Gautam Navlakha, civil liberties Activist, who is accused of having links with Maoists, while also extending the protection from arrest
Naxal attack in Gadchiroli: 15 security personnel, driver killed in IED blast; Sharad Pawar demands CM's resignation
At least 15 security personnel and a driver were killed in an IED blast in Gadchiroli district of Maharashtra on Wednesday.
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
Addressing a convention of the BJP's booth-level workers said, BJP chief Amit Shah said, "When Naxalism took birth in West Bengal, Congress was in power there. Similarly, when Naxalism flourished in Andhra Pradesh, Congress was in power and the same party was ruling, when the menace entered Chhattisgarh."
India is increasingly facing internal security threats from the illegal arms manufacturers because the inflow of weapons to neighbouring Bangladesh and Myanmar have come down considerably after the border security was beefed up
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel slams BJP's Naxalism policy, promises dialogue with all stakeholders to end Left-Wing Extremism
Chhattisgarh chief minister Bhupesh Baghel on Wednesday slammed the previous Raman Singh-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government, asserting that its policy of solving the Naxalism issue with guns has failed
Chhattisgarh Assembly election: Congress and Opposition parties face 'credibility crisis' in state, says Rajnath Singh
Rajnath Singh is scheduled to address rallies on Thursday ahead of the second phase of polls on 20 November