Naxal activities in Kerala have increased manifold: Govt
Naxal activities in Kerala have increased manifold: Govt

Activities of the Naxals in Kerala have increased manifold and situation in the state has the potential of becoming more serious if immediate preventive measures are not taken, according to a note prepared by the Home Ministry.

Maoists destroy guest house to protest BSF camp in Odisha

Maoists destroyed a private guest house belonging to a granite company at Pedapadu in Pottangi block in the district in protest against the proposed establishment of a BSF camp in the area, the police said on Friday.

Chhattisgarh: 3 ultras surrender citing 'ill-treatment' by senior cadres

Three naxals, including a couple and a Maoist jan-militia commander, carrying rewards ranging from Rs 1-8 lakh for their arrest, surrendered in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar region on Monday, police said.

Chhattisgarh: One Naxalite held, two others surrender in Dantewada

A naxalite was arrested while two hardcore Maoists surrendered in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Dantewada district on Monday, police said.

Five Naxals arrested in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district

In yet another blow to banned outfit CPI (Maoist) during its 'foundation week', five Naxals were on Friday arrested in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district.

Two naxals including woman cadre held in Chhattisgarh

Two naxals, including a woman who was carrying a reward of Rs 2,000 on her head, were arrested from separate places in Chhattisgarh`s insurgency-hit Kondagaon district on Monday, police said.

Maoist leader held, huge ammunition seized in Jharkhand

CPI (Maoist) sub-zonal commander and his associate were arrested and huge quantity of arms and ammunition was seized from them in jungle under Panki police station in Palamau district.

No political link to Bastar attack: Maoists

CPI (Maoist), which had claimed responsibility for May 25 attack in Chhattisgarh, on Wednesday denied that the incident had any political link.

Andhra Pradesh govt extends ban on CPI (Maoist)

Andhra Pradesh government on Thursday extended the ban on CPI (Maoist) and its several front organisations for a period of one year from August 17.

Maoists eye `tri-junction` in southern states

CPI (Maoist) is trying to develop a "tri-junction" in southern states in its efforts to spread left wing extremism, according to a document.

First day bandh by Maoists peaceful, fails to evoke response

The first day of the 48-hour bandh called by the CPI (Maoist) to protest the killing of 10 of their cadres in Chatra last month, was incident-free and life remained normal in most parts of Jharkhand.

Maoists shoot dead two `deserters` in Jharkhand

Two men, who quit the ranks of the CPI (Maoist) recently, were shot dead by the ultras in Garhwa district, police said.

Bihar: Hardcore Maoist among two persons held

The Special Task Force (STF) has arrested two persons, including a CPI (Maoist) central zone committee member, in Bihar`s Gaya district.

Suspected Naxal arrested in Chandrapur

A prominent Naxal leader, said to be the second-in-command of district CPI (Maoist) committee, has been arrested from the premises of a local court at Brahmapuri around 120 kms from here, police said on Tuesday.

Maoist involved in policemen killing arrested

A firing-squad member of the CPI (Maoist) has been arrested, the fifth arrest in connection with the two attacks that had killed 23 policemen in Garhwa and Latehar districts.

Man on bail beaten to death in Latehar

A person on bail and having alleged links with the CPI (Maoist) was beaten to death by villagers in Latehar district last night, the police said today.

Jharkhand: CPI(M) sub-zonal commander arrested

A CPI (Maoist) sub-zonal commander was on Monday arrested from Matauli village of Naxal-hit Palamu district.

Cognisance taken of chargesheet against Ghandy

A Delhi court took cognisance on Monday of a fresh chargesheet, filed against top Naxal leader Kobad Ghandy indicting him under the anti-terror law.

Factionalism among Maoists comes to the fore

Serious factionalism among Maoists has came to the fore with a rebel CPI(Maoist) rebel venting his anger against Telugu and Chhattisgarh cadres.

CPI (Maoist) woman member secures bail

An alleged woman member of banned
left-wing extremists outfit CPI(Maoist),
arrested along with her husband Gopal Mishra for their links
with the outlawed organisation, has been granted bail by the
Delhi High Court.