CPI(Maoist) News

What change in CPI(Maoist) leadership could mean to Left Wing Extremism in India

It is the first time in the party’s 14-year history that a change is taking place in the top leadership.

Elderly Maoist couple surrender citing "political differences" and health reasons

Koti Purushotham and his wife Koti Vinodhini, who were arrested in March 1991 only to be released in exchange for release of an abducted Youth Congress leader three months later, carried cash rewards of Rs 8 lakhs and Rs 5 lakhs respectively.


Urban Naxals et al

The embodiment of Leftist economic policies is MGNREGA. It supposedly guarantees jobs but is in fact just dole. It may ‘alleviate’ poverty but can never help poor people rise out of poverty. Modi seemed to know this when he first became Prime Minister.

Naxals have close links with groups in Philippines, Europe

"The so-called 'People's War' being waged by the CPI(Maoist) against the Indian state has also drawn support from several Maoist fringe organisations located in Germany, France, Turkey, Italy etc.," Kiren Rijiju said.

Woman Maoist surrenders in Chhattisgarh

Sita alias Jagarbati (23) turned herself in before police citing atrocities and exploitation of female cadres by senior rebels.


CoBRA scans Abujmaad forest for key Maoist meet

The 10th congress, if the reports were to be believed, was scheduled from September 10 to September 21.

Maoists admit to biggest setback since 2005: ‘Lost 200 cadres last year’

Numerically, this is among the biggest losses the Maoists have suffered in recent years.

Voting up in Maoist-hit districts

Naxal-affected Gadchiroli-Chimur in Maharashtra saw a high of 69.65 per cent voting on April 10, up from 65.21 per cent in 2009.

Backing or boycott, Sori divides Maoists in Bastar

In Congress posters, debutant candidate Deepak Karma stands with Rahul Gandhi, their deceased fathers in the background.