Govt willing to talk to Naxals if they give up arms: Rajnath

 Asking Maoists to shun the path of violence, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh today said Government was willing to talk to Naxals provided they give up arms and come to the negotiating table.

Policies to curb extremism in final stage: Rajnath Singh

 Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Friday said policies to tackle extremism in the country - especially in Jammu and Kashmir, northeastern states and Maoist-affected areas - are being given final shape.

Naxal held in Chhattisgarh

A hardcore Maoist carrying a reward of Rs 20,000 on his head was arrested during a search operation in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Narayanpur district, police said Friday.

Three Naxals surrender in Chhattisgarh

Three Naxals, including a 'commander' who was carrying a reward of Rs 8 lakh on his head on Saturday surrendered before police in Chhattisgarh.

Community policing yielding positive result in Naxal belt: DIG

Community policing and better coordination with the police of neighbouring states has helped in fight against the Naxal menace in Uttar Pradesh, a senior police official said here on Thursday.

Jharkhand: Congress committee to probe allegations of MLA's link with ultras

Jharkhand Pradesh Congress Committee on Thursday set up a three-member committee to probe into the allegations that its MLA, Yogendra Sao, also the agriculture minister in the Hemant Soren government, had links with a criminal outfit.

Two killed in crossfire between Maoist, security forces in Jharkhand

Two persons were killed and six others were injured when they were caught in an encounter between security personnel and Maoists in Gumla district of Jharkhand on Wednesday, prompting Chief Minister Hemant Soren to order a probe into the incident.

Chhattisgarh: 23 Maoists including a woman cadre surrenders

Twenty three Maoists, including a woman, surrendered in the South Bastar region on Wednesday, police said.

Jharkhand Police's initiative against Naxals successful: DGP

The "stringent steps" taken by the Jharkhand Police against naxal activities have yielded results, with the state recording 35 per cent decrease in naxal-related incidents this year compared to the previous years, Director General of Police Rajeev Kumar said on Sunday.

Wanted Maoist leader arrested in Bihar

A wanted Maoist 'Area Commander' was arrested in a joint operation of Bihar Police and CRPF from Bajaria in East Champaran district on Friday.

Centre asks states to ensure surrender of Naxals

The Centre has asked the Naxal- affected states to intensify their efforts to ensure surrender of the extremists and offer them attractive rehabilitation policy.

Two Naxals involved in Jiram valley attack arrested

Two dreaded Maoists allegedly involved in last year's ghastly Jiram valley attack which killed 31 people including some Congress leaders, were on on Tuesday arrested in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar district.

Large explosive haul in Sasaram

The Bihar Police on Tuesday recovered a large quantity of explosives, including 280 pieces of gelatin sticks and 18 detonators, from Sasaram town in Rohtas district.

Top Maoist leader arrested in Bihar

In a major catch a top Maoist, involved in several naxal-related incidents in Bihar, Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh, was today arrested along with three accomplices, police said.

Don`t copy us, Mao had told Indian Maoists

Mao Zedong may have clandestinely backed the Naxalite movement but the Chinese revolutionary leader told Indian Maoists in the late 1960s not to blindly copy the tactics that brought him to power.

Don`t copy us, Mao had told Indian Maoists

Mao Zedong may have clandestinely backed the Naxalite movement but the Chinese revolutionary leader told Indian Maoists in the late 1960s not to blindly copy the tactics that brought him to power.

Maoist fear keeps Odisha villagers from home

At least 18 tribal families have been staying away from their homes in Odisha`s Nuapada district for the last one and half years due to the fear of attack by Maoists, police said Thursday.

Four Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh

Four Maoists, including a former commander of Jan Militia group, surrendered in Chhattisgarh`s Naxal-hit Kondagaon district, police said on Thursday.

Windfall for Maoists surrendering in Maharashtra

Maharashtra is luring Maoists with incentives if they lay down arms and surrender to bring down violence in the some of the worst-hit districts.

Seven Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh

Seven Maoists, including their two self-styled hardcore deputy commanders, involved in serious criminal offences on Wednesday surrendered before the CRPF here.