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Jharkhand Chief Secretary says will end naxal activities in 3 months

He said, “There is no time to surrender now. That train has left the station. If you want to get in, run and try.”


Maoists kill top surrendered cadre

Shivaji surrendered before the Andhra Pradesh police in May ’13 and was brought to Chhattisgarh a month later.


Girl from Dandakaranya may soon be doctor from China

Tejaswi’s father is highest-ranked Maoist to have ever surrendered, she is perhaps the only Naxal child to study abroad.

We attacked Kerala resort, claim Maoists

The resort is owned by Sebastian Joseph, a senior journalist with Kerala’s leading daily Malayala Manorama.


Jharkhand records sixty-two percent polling amid minor incidents of violence

Security forces recovered and defused four IEDs from within the Hariharganj police station of Palamu district.

Over a week after killing cop, Maoists say sorry

Constable Shiv Kumar Sidar was killed on October 18 when he was on his way for treatment

Andhra: Three Naxals lynched

The Maoists had earlier shot village leader G Sanjiv Rao last week.


Maoist killed catholic nun, accepts arrested leader

The BBC had quoted a Maoist spokesperson after sister Valsa’s murder claiming responsibility for the killing.


ATS detains top ‘Maoist operative’

Arun Bhelke was nabbed from Kasewadi.

‘Naxalism is an international conspiracy.’	Source: Renuka Puri

Tribals were cheated, so talk to them before acquiring land: Minister Oram

He also said “successive governments and industries have cheated tribals, that caused resentment among them.

2 CPI(Maoist) supporters killed in PLFI firing

The militants also set ablaze a motorcycle and a four-wheeler before dispersing, the police officer added.


Walkie-talkies, tablets in Maoists’ wishlist

Interrogation report of top Maoist reveals how rebels extort contractors in Orissa.


Once resistant to Maoist violence, Dumka now bears the brunt of Naxals

This was the second major attack in the Santhal Pargana – previously considered resistant to the growth of Maoists – in under a year.

Shifting balance between Maoists and splinter groups

Jharkhand has seen all eight most vulnerable ‘Category A’ districts voting without any deaths.


The Maoist politics made ‘ineffective’

Palamu remembers what Kameshwar Baitha did for it — until he became an MP.