A book that brings to light positive stories from the heart of central India's tribal districts hit by Naxal menace
Despite leading organisations for over two decades, leaders of Communist parties develop no right over the party. In fact, even general secretaries have been restrained, demoted and expelled.
The culture of rifles among Adivasis, aided by the ever-increasing deployment of paramilitary forces, has permanently mutated the central Indian forests in Chhattisgarh.
An interview with independent journalist Rupesh Kumar Singh from Jharkhand who has been languishing in Seraikela Jail after being arrested on July 17 from his house in Ramgarh by Kharsawan police.
Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghelhas directed authorities to conduct anti-Maoist operations with the help of local populations.
Since there is a thin line between exercising the right to self-defence, retaliation and using excessive force, police encounters must always be looked at with a critical eye, say experts
The Maoist sub-zonal commander Ravindra Mehta alias Chota Vyas was arrested on Wednesday from Budikhand village under Majhiaon police station in Garwa district, the police said. Garhwa superintendent of police Anjani Kumar...
Not only are fake ‘encounter’ killings by cops rampant across the country, they are wildly cheered by a people who have lost faith in the criminal justice system
Arms and ammunition have been seized by the police during a Naxal hideout bust in Kalahandi, Odisha.