05 Nov 2013
Ranchi: Effecting a major recovery of explosives in Naxal-hit areas, security forces have seized as many as 22 IEDs in the state.
28 Dec 2012
Observing that 19 out of 24 districts in Jharkhand are affected by Naxalism, Chief Minister Arjun Munda on Thursday made a strong pitch for granting a special status to the tribal state along with a central package to effectively deal with its various problems.
19 Feb 2013
The Home Ministry has convened a meeting of top police and civil officials of Maoist-affected states on Tuesday to review anti-Naxal operations and improve the efficacy of the strategies.
15 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Amid continued violence in Jammu and Kashmir, northeast and Naxalism-hit areas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday urged the youth, who have taken up arms, to return to their families and join the mainstream, saying the path of violence has never benefited anyone.
11 Sep 2016
Ranchi: It's an unclean state of affairs and the Jharkhand government is left red-faced. In the latest report, 'Swachh Survekshan: 2016', the state has been placed at the bottom of the table, showing that a lot more needs to be done to clean up Jharkhand.
02 Jan 2015
Jamshedpur: Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Friday attributed "administrative failure" as a major cause behind naxalism and assured to provide development-oriented schemes and good governance in the state.
15 Mar 2016
New Delhi: The government today told Lok Sabha that it would work in a "mission mode" to end naxalism while noting that the casualties in the extremist violence had come down substantially.
20 Jul 2012
A Maoist leader, who carried a reward of Rs 17 lakh on his head, was killed by security forces in Chatra district's Kunda forest, the police said on Friday.
04 Mar 2013
Overcoming fear for Maoists, people in the extremist-hit Latehar district are now looking up to the administration for support in enhancing their income through honey extraction.
20 Aug 2016
Kolkata: Amid the raging controversy over cow vigilantism, Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Saturday said those who consider India as their country should treat cow as their mother. Das, however, stressed that there should be no violence in the garb of cow vigilantism and said cattle smugglers may be involved in the recent events of violence over cow protection.