New Delhi, Feb 13: Oggu Satwaji also known as Sudhakar is one of India’s highest ranking naxalites. He was dangerous and was on the most wanted list of the National Investigation Agency.
New Delhi, Jan 10: The National Investigation Agency has filed a supplementary chargesheet in connection with an arms recovery case involving naxalites.
New Delhi, Dec 25: The crackdown on naxalites in their strongholds of Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha has forced the Maoists to take refuge in other states.
Raipur, Dec 24: The Chhattisgarh police carried out a crucial arrest on Sunday. The person to be arrested was N V Rao, a National Naxal Coordinator. The arrest is an important one, considering that Rao was working as a senior technical officer in the National Geophysical Research Institute in Hyderabad, a department that falls under the Central Government.
New Delhi, Dec 4: The Supreme Court will examine the chargesheet filed by the Pune Police in the Bhima-Koregaon case. Under examination would be the decision by the police to invoke the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act against the five activists who were arrested in June for their alleged links with the naxalites and the role played in the Bhima-Koregaon violence.
Hyderabad, Nov 16: As the election dates in Telangana are nearing, the Intelligence Bureau has unearthed another ploy by the naxalites to disrupt the polling process. Since October, at least five alerts have been sounded warning of a big naxal threat.
New Delhi, Nov 13: Over the past couple of days the National Investigation Agency has made some crucial arrests in cases that relate to funding of naxalites. A key observation made by the NIA is that coal transport contracts were taken at higher rates that the existing ones and the extra amount was being transferred towards naxalite funding.
Bastar, Nov 12: As Chhattisgarh votes in the first phase of the assembly elections, a massive movement of naxalites has been noticed. Intelligence Bureau reports state that at least 70 naxalites from other states have moved into Chhattisgarh in a bid to disrupt the polling process.
New Delhi, Nov 8: Gaganna alias Prakash alias Krishna alias Vijay alias Keshav alias Basava Raju alias BR alias Prakash alias Darapu Narasimha Reddy alias Narasimha. These are some of the aliases used by the new chief of the naxalites Nambala Keshav Rao, who took over from the 72 year old Muppala Lakshma Rao alias Ganapathy.
New Delhi, Oct 12: The National Investigation Agency undertook a major exercise while conducting raids at 15 different locations in a bid to crackdown on naxal funding. Raids were conducted at Ranchi, Hazaribagh and Jamshedpur in Jharkhand and Durgapur in West Bengal.