Kishanji`s doctor arrested for Maoist links

A retired doctor, believed to be the personal physician of slain Maoist leader Kishanji, has been arrested for having links with the ultras.

Kishanji`s doctor arrested

A 65-year old retired doctor was arrested for allegedly having contacts with left wing extremists and treating Kishanji, the top Maoist leader who was killed by joint forces, police said on Thursday.

Maoists call two-day Bengal shutdown

Maoist guerrillas on Friday called a two-day shutdown in West Bengal from Saturday to protest against the killing of rebel leader Kishanji.

Gurudas says Kishenji killed in cold-blood

CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta on Friday questioned the manner in which Maoist leader Kishanji was killed.

Kishanji`s ailing mother breaks down

Maoist leader Kishanji was killed yesterday in West Bengal.

Andhra on high alert after Kishanji`s killing

Security was tightened for former chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who is currently on a visit to Visakhapatnam district.

Kishanji`s killing triggers security alert in Odisha

Security forces were put on high alert in Odisha for possible Maoist activities after one of the top guerrillas, Kishanji, was killed in neighbouring West Bengal a day ago, police said on Friday.

Maoists ready for talks, offer conditional ceasefire

Maoists made a conditional ceasefire offer asking government to halt the offensive against them for 72 days & involve mediators for talks.

Maoist Kishanji`s laptop seized, claim forces

Security forces on Wednesday arrested three suspected Maoists and claimed to have seized a laptop and headphones used by elusive rebel leader Koteshwar Rao alias Kishanji in West Midnapore district.

Kishanji will be captured soon: WB Home Secretary

Maoist leader Kishanji, who is
operating in `jungle mahal` comprising districts of West
Midnapore, Bankura and Purulia would be captured soon, West
Bengal Home Secretary Ardhendu Sen said on Saturday.

2010 to be bloodier if offensive launched: Maoists

Year 2010 would be "bloodier" if govt goes ahead with its offensive against the Maoists, Maoist leader Kishanji said.