This day that year: Days after heinous Sukma attack, we remember the 2010 Dantewada attack which claimed the lives of 76 jawans
The Modus operandi of the Maoist in Chhattisgarh has almost been the same since the heinous 2010 Dantewada attack
The menace of Maoist terrorism: 5 of the worst attacks on civilians and security forces by Left-Wing terrorists
The recent Naxal attack in Chhattisgarh is a grim reminder of the menace of Maoist terrorism facing the nation
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.
Great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi attempts to shield left-wing terrorists after Naxals killed 22 Jawans: Details
Great Grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Tushar Gandhi, appeared to shield left-wing terrorists from criticism on Monday.
Chhattisgarh tragedy: Over 400 Naxal terrorist ambushed security forces from three sides, brutalise dead bodies, escape with weapons
The close encounter between the Naxalites and security forces lasted for four hours in which the Naxalites rained bullets from light machine guns, used low-intensity IEDs and rocket launchers.
We don't notice evils of communism resist because our minds have been trained to see Communist cause as fundamentally just
‘Review Varavara Rao’s bail order, probe Justice Shinde for allegedly possessing illicit assets’: Dalit and Tribal Body writes to SC and Bombay HC
The Committee, representing the Dalit and Tribal victims of Naxal violence, have raised questions over Justice Shinde's decision of granting bail to Elgar Parishad-Bhima Koregaon violence accused Varavara Rao
Arundhati Roy compares ‘protest by farmers’ to ‘struggle by Naxals’: Here is what she said and how dangerous her words really are
Veteran protestor and anti-India writer, Arundhati Roy has reached the venue of the farmer protest to foment trouble.
‘Women cannot run as fast as men, could be why female Naxals fail to escape’: Reports say Maoists use women as shield
A disproportionate number of women Maoists in several states have recently been eliminated during gunfight with forces.
When China moved away from Mao, Varavara Rao wanted to keep that flag flying high: Here is a profile of his most deranged thoughts
The rise of Varavara Rao in the literary world happened at a time when poverty ruled the roost in our country.