Naxals kill two villages branding them as police informers

A group of Maoists allegedly killed two villagers at separate places in Chhattisgarh's Dantewada district today while suspecting them to be working as police informers.

Kerala government to challenge HC ruling on 'being Maoist not a crime'

The Government of Kerala has said that it will approach a division bench of the state high court to withdraw the ruling of a single judge bench that has said that being a Maoist is not a crime.

Maoists torch tens of vehicles in Gaya to protest against police encounter
Maoists torch tens of vehicles in Gaya to protest against police encounter

Protesting against an police encounter last week that killed a woman ultra, Maoists set 32 vehicles on fire in Amas in Gaya district on Monday.

1500 detonators recovered from a house in Bihar

As many as 1,500 detonators were recovered on Saturday from a house in Takia locality of Bihar's Rohtas district and one person has been arrested, a senior police official said.

CPI hails Kerala HC ruling on holding of Maoist views

CPI on Saturday welcomed the Kerala High Court ruling that being a Maoist is not a crime and police cannot detain a person for merely saying he or she is one unless their activities are found to be unlawful.

Odisha Police seeks two more BSF battalions for anti-Maoist operation

Seeking two more battalions of BSF jawans, Odisha Police on Friday said it had decided to intensify the anti-Maoist operation in Koraput and Malkangiri districts.

5 Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh

Five Maoists, including two women surrendered before police, a day after three police personnel and two Naxals were killed in a gun-battle with security personnel in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bijapur district.

Woman ultra killed, 8 arrested by security forces​ in Bihar

A woman Maoist was killed in an encounter with security forces at Sondi-Jhanjhor in this district on Sunday.

Police custody of Maoist leader Muralidharan, aide extended

A court here has extended police custody of Maoist leader K Muralidharan and his aide CP Ismail till May 21.

Maoists claim police threatened to kill them in Kerala, sent to jail

Five Maoists, arrested near here recently in a joint police operation, claimed in a court that police during interrogation threatened to kill them in an 'encounter'.

Pro-Maoist tribal leader Chattradhar Mahato, others convicted

Pro-Maoist tribal group, the Peoples' Committee Against Police Atrocities convener Chhatradhar Mahato and three others were on Monday convicted under various laws including the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act by a West Bengal court.

Chhatradhar Mahato, 3 others convicted under UAPA

Chhatradhar Mahato, convener of a Maoist-backed organisation, and three others connected with Maoist activities, were convicted by a local court on Monday under Unlawful Activities Prevention Act.

Maoists block road in Kanker ahead of PM Modi's visit to Chhattisgarh

A day ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Chhattisgarh's Bastar region, Maoists today blocked a main road in insurgency-hit Kanker district by felling trees and put up banners, opposing the visit.

Dental, medical check up for woman Maoist

Shyna, one of the five Maoists arrested recently from city outskirts, Friday underwent a dental and medical check up at the government hospital, as directed by a sessions court and was later taken back into custody.

PM to visit Naxal-affected Dantewada in Chhattisgarh tomorrow

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Naxal-affected Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh on Saturday to take stock of socio-economic development initiatives being taken there.

Tamil Nadu police granted 10 days custody of five Maoists

A sessions court on Wednesday allowed Tamil Nadu police to take into custody for 10 days the five Maoists arrested on May 4 even as their leader Roopesh alleged that police had tried to 'harm them.'

Arrest of Maoists disproves Govt's claim, says BJP

BJP on Tuesday said the arrest of five Maoists, including two of its top leaders, from here has 'disproved' of Tamil Nadu government's claims of no Naxal activities in the state.

Cops serving in Maoist areas may get special package: Maharashtra minister

The Maharashtra government is considering a special three-year package to policemen serving in Maoist-affected areas, state minister Ram Shinde said here on Monday.

Cops serving in Maoist areas may get special package: Maha minister

The Maharashtra government is considering a special three-year package to policemen serving in Maoist-affected areas, state minister Ram Shinde said here on Moday.

Jharkhand: Security forces apprehend 2 armed Maoists

Security forces apprehended two Maoists from the Khunti district of Jharkhand on Sunday, recovering large quantities of arms and ammunition from the extremists.