Maoist affected districts
Maoists are dying in the 'Red Corridor', as it is witnessing a drastic surge in the number of Wuhan Coronavirus cases. Others have left.
Bijapur-Sukma attack led by new CPI Maoist leader Basava Raju, suggests reports: Here is what we know about him
Basava Raju carries an AK-47, according to a 2011 Intelligence Bureau (IB) report and promotes a military approach.
‘Bring back my husband as you brought WC Abhinandan’: Missing Jawan’s wife appeals to PM Modi after Naxal attack
The deadly Maoist ambush on security personnel led to the martyrdom of 22 jawans, and injuries to 32 others.
Left wing violence shows decline even as Naxalites killed almost 4,000 civilians in 9 years across ten states: MHA report
Naxalites have killed 3,749 civilians in nine years across ten states with maximum casualties reported from Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. That means, the left-wing extremists...
Belonging to the Santal community, Anupriya Lakra had a passion for becoming a pilot quit her engineering studies in Bhubaneswar in the middle and began her preparations to appear for the pilot entrance test in Bhubaneswar, her father said.
Chhattisgarh: Lightening strike triggers more than 50 IED blasts, laid by Maoists to ambush security forces
Chhattisgarh’s Balrampur district adjoining the Jharkhand state is known for being one of the nerve-centres for Naxals
The Jharkhand police had earlier categorised 13 districts including Seraikela-Kharsawan, Khunti, as “most sensitive” during the elections.
Odisha: Maoists gun down polling party member, torch vehicles on the day before phase-2 of elections
Five Lok Sabha constituencies Aska, Kandhamal, Sundergarh, Bargarh, and Bolangir and 35 Assembly constituencies under them will go to elections in the second phase of 2019 polls on Thursday in Odisha.
Ganapathi, the Maoist chief for over 16 years quits citing heath issues, Basavraj to take over: Reports
The Communist Party of India (Maoist) was ranked as the 4th deadliest terror organisation in the world.
Chhattisgarh: A day before voting, Maoists put up posters threatening villagers to boycott elections
The Naxals occupying the forest interiors have put up posters not only to boycott the polls but also "the Government backed by the corporates"
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