A sessions court in Gadricholi district of Maharastra here today convicted a Delhi University professor GN Saibaba and five others for their alleged connection with the banned
Umar Khalid a PhD research scholar at JNU, New Delhi has written an opinion article upon the root cause of the on going conflict in the tribal belt of central and eastern India.
Maoists have launched a “pamphlet war” against Centre’s demonetisation move in the districts of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh
The High Court of Kerala observed that the “State moved to nab Maoists like a hunter vying for prey. This is nothing but disguised aberration of law in the cloth of uniform and the protector has become the aggressor,” it criticised.
The Kerala high court today (on May 22) said that being a “Maoist” was not a crime. The court also said that them police cannot detain a person merely for adopting Maoist ideology.
Media reports say that at least 13 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel got killed by Naxals/ Maoists in Chaattisgarh’s Sukma district. According to reports, a large number of heavily armed Naxal rebels laid a trap in Chintagufa area of Sukma district where an ‘anti-Naxal operation’ was on since last ten days. It has been learnt that the rebels attacked CRPF's 223 battalion which resulted in the death of its 13 troopers.
Chhatisgarh, India: Five security personnel, including a CRPF inspector, were reportedly injured on Friday (Nov. 21) in a pressure bomb blast by Naxals in Maoist-hit Bijapur district in Chhattisgarh, police said.
Jharkhand, India: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked Naxalite/ Maoist groups to drop guns and participate in “nation-building” project of the Indian state. Narendra ...
Chhattisgarh, India: Indian paramilitary force, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPC) has decided to screen Bollywood Movies for tribal people in areas under Naxalite/ Maoist influence. Reaching out to tribals in Chhattisgarh's Sukma district, CRPF has launched screening Hindi movies in Indian state's efforts to being people from the remote backward region to the (so-called) mainstream of India.
Bhubaneswar, India (July 18, 2014): According to recent media reports, one of the top Naxal leaders Sabyasachi Panda has been arrested. According to media reports Sabyasachi Panda, a native of Mayurjhalia village in Nayagarh and a graduate in Mathematics, was arrested in Odisha's Ganjam district by the state police.
According to information Indian Home Minister Rajnath Singh on recently spelled out the anti-Maoist policy of the Narendra Modi government, saying there will be no talks with the left-wing ultras.
As per information availed from various media reports the Indian government led by Narendra Modi is reading a new "anti-Naxalite" strategy. Under this strategy the bureaucrats and security personnel operating in Naxalite/ Maoist-hit areas may get special monetary benefits, out-of-turn promotions and choice posting after the completion of their tenure in these "dangerous" places.
New Delhi, India (May 30, 2013): The killing of 24 people, including three senior politicians and eight police personnel, in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh on 25 May could further escalate violence in the state, putting more civilians - including local Adivasi (Indigenous) communities - at risk, Amnesty International has warned.
Ranchi, India (July 30, 2012): Indian authorities and Maoist insurgents have threatened and attacked civil society activists, undermining basic freedoms and interfering with aid delivery in embattled areas of central and eastern India, Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
New Delhi, India (July 16, 2012): As per a communiqué sent by Students for Resistance (SFR) a joint demonstration would be held in Delhi tomorrow to protest against recent massacre of Adivasis of Bijapur, Chhatisgarh by Indian armed forces.
The starter question I asked myself when I was thinking about what I might usefully say here today was this: How serious a threat to stability, and perhaps even democracy, are India’s insurgency movements?
Ludhiana (April 22, 2010): In a statement issued from here, Bhai Daljeet Singh Bittu, Chairman of Shiromani Akali Dal (Panch Pardhnai), who is currently confined in Central Jail Amritsar, has expressed solidarity and support for Tribal people, fighting against atrocities, exploitation and oppression.