Bomb blasts triggered by the CPI-Maoist- 2010
December 24: A CRPF trooper was killed when an IED exploded on a culvert during anti-Maoist patrolling in Nagratonagra village near Saranda forest in West Singhbhum District in Jharkhand. Stating that it was not related to last phase of panchayat polls, IG (Operation) RK Malik said the incident took place during patrolling of the SFs. Three others were also injured and the Police vehicle too was destroyed in the explosion.
December 23: The cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up three bridges in Kirandul area in Dantewada District in Chhattisgarh. "Two of the bridges were under construction while the third one had been recently constructed. The Maoists placed explosives under the bridges and triggered the blast," an official at Police Headquarters in Raipur said.
December 22: Suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered an IED explosion on a metalled road in the Belpahari area of West Midnapore District in West Bengal. Luckily no one was killed or injured in the incident as the explosion took place within minutes of a civilian vehicle passing through the spot, though there was panic spread amongst local people about the possibility of the Maoists targeting common people.
December 19: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert at Podapodar of Narayanpatna Block in Koraput District in Odisha. The Maoists blew up the culvert to obstruct the BSF troopers deployed in the area on 14th December.
December 16: Cadres of the Korukonda Dalam (squad) of the CPI-Maoist blew up a cell tower of BSNL at Lambasingi under Chintapalli mandal in Visakhapatnam District in Andhra Pradesh. They left behind pamphlets denouncing what they called 'illegal arrests' and suspension of combing operations.
December 13: The Maoists triggered a landmine blast in Rajpur village, minutes after a polling party crossed the area in Chatra District in Jharkhand, SP Prabhat Kumar said.
December 3: The cadres of the CPI-Maoist blasted three feet of railway track using dynamite near Tilrath railway station in Begusarai District of Bihar. The Rail traffic was disrupted in the Barauni-Katihar section of the East Central Railway (ECR) for over six hours, ECR's Chief Public Relation Officer Dilip Kumar told PTI. After the blast, they gave a leaflet to the gang man Ram Naresh Yadav posted at railway crossing no 53 claiming responsibility, Kumar said.
The Maoists triggered a bomb blast on a railway line near Kursela station in Khagaria District. Fortunately, the explosion did not damage the lines, Kumar said. Leaflets left behind by the Maoists claimed that the blasts were in retaliation for the death of ten colleagues in a gun battle with criminals near the confluence of river Ganga-Gandak in Hiranman diara area in Munger District on November 29-30.
December 2: About 30 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist attacked on the abandoned Bansapani Police out post and blew it up using a landmine at Banspal village in Keonjhar District of Odisha. 'It was a one-room house and the front portion of it has been damaged, and no casualty is reported,' Inspector General of Police (operation) Sanjeev Marik said.
November 28: About 15 to 20 Maoists raided Khura village and blew up a Panchayat building in Latehar District in Jharkhand. No one was injured in the incident.
November 27: Five persons, including two women and a three-year-old child, were killed as cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up an ambulance by triggering a landmine blast near Dukulpadu in Brahmanigaon in Kandhamal District in Odisha. The victims from Sikarma village near Brahmanigaon and were identified as Simon Mallick, the ambulance's driver, Sushanti Pradhan, Inosi Digal (a pregnant woman), her daughter Subhashree (3) and husband Guna Digal.
November 23: Three persons travelling in a van were killed in a landmine blast triggered by cadres of the CPI-Maoist near Choppalanka village between Rallagedda and Balapam in Chintapalli mandal in Vishakhapatnam District of Andhra Pradesh. The information was confirmed on November 25 by Additional Superintendent of Police of Chintapalli A. Ravikrishna. The victims were identified as the driver of the van, Nagaraju, cleaner Aasi and Nookaraju, who was travelling in the van. Nagaraju and Aasi were from Visakhapatnam and Narsipatnam respectively while Nookaraju was from Raavulapalli.
Two CRPF troopers were killed in a landmine blast triggered by the Maoists near Murtanda village in Bijapur District in Chhattisgarh. According to Additional Superintendent of Police BPS Rajbhanu, a bullet-proof vehicle was on its way back from Awapalli after ferrying troopers of Timanpur-based of CRPF (168 battalion) when the Maoists blew up the vehicle by setting off a landmine resulting in the death.
November 21: Eight persons, including five children, were killed and 11 others injured when a bomb planted by cadres of the CPI-Maoist exploded in Pachokhar village in Aurangabad District of Bihar. The bomb planted by the Maoists during the sixth and final phase of assembly elections was found on November 20 by a Police team, which left it in a field for follow up action in the absence of a bomb disposal squad. However, when the villagers went to the field in the morning, the bomb suddenly exploded.
November 20: A BMP constable and a home guard were killed and nine others, including three journalists of private TV channels, injured when a landmine went off while it was being defused near Londa village in Imamganj Assembly constituency in Gaya District of Bihar.
A CPI-Maoist cadre was killed and a few of his aides injured when a land mine they were planting under a road went off accidentally near Eragatta in Sironcha tehsil in Gadchiroli District in Maharashtra. The Maoists were planting the mine under the road connecting Alapalli to Sironcha.
November 19: Suspected Maoists blew up a CPI-M office at Bhimpur in West Midnapore District in West Bengal with a landmine.
November 16: Around 30 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up an unfortified Police Station at Kakiriguma in Koraput District of Odisha. A single unarmed guard was at the Police Station when the attack occurred. Maoists allowed him to escape before they blew it up. The Maoists also set ablaze a Police jeep parked on the premises of the Police Station. They shouted slogans against the Government and Security Forces before escaping into the jungles.
November 14: One person, suspected to be a CPI-Maoist cadre, was killed as Maoists blasted a culvert at Boulia under Nauhatta police station in Rohtas District of Bihar. Over 75 CPI-Maoist cadres gathered at the spot and triggered a landmine blast in which the culvert was blown up. The blast site is under Chenari assembly constituency going to polls in the sixth and final phase of assembly election on November 20.
November 12: Three CRPF personnel were injured in a landmine blast triggered by the Maoists in Jhumra hills in Bokaro District of Jharkhand. According to the Police, the CRPF personnel were patrolling the Jhumra hills when the Maoists triggered the landmine blast.
The personnel of the BSF escaped a landmine blast that was triggered by the CPI-Maoist cadres, at Saliya village in Gaya District of Bihar. The landmine exploded barely a couple of minutes before the BSF personnel passed over it. The driver of the BSF vehicle had stopped the vehicle before the blast suspecting the presence of the landmine, Police said. Saliya village is in Imamganj Assembly constituency, which goes to the polls in the sixth and final phase in Bihar on November 20.
November 8: A group of around 40 armed Maoists blew up a Residential High School building managed by the Tribal Welfare department at Gompakunda under Kalimela Police Station limits in Malkangiri District of Odisha. They asked around 60 students present in the hostel to stand back and not interfere in their violent act. Through posters left at the spot the Maoists claimed that it was their mark of protest against the visit of US president Barack Obama to India. It may be noted that Maoists had given call for nationwide bandh on November 8 to protest against US president's visit. The Maoists also claimed that they had blasted the school building as it was to be used as camping site for security forces during anti-naxal operations.
Two Security personnel from a bomb disposal squad, identified as Vijay Kumar and Jai Chand Prasad were killed while defusing a powerful can bomb planted by the cadres of the CPI-Maoist on the premises of Banke bazaar block in Gaya District of Bihar. Terming the incident as "highly unfortunate," Bihar DGP Neelmani said the bomb went off accidentally while it was being defused. Two SAP personnel and two members of a local television news channel were also injured in the incident.
November 7: Basu Matari, a trooper of 26th Battalion in the CRPF, was killed when a bomb planted by the cadres of the CPI-Maoist exploded in Bokaro District of Jharkhand. "During a search operation on Jhumra hills in the District, which was predominantly an operational belt for the Maoists, the CRPF troop spotted a Maoist flag. Matari went up to remove the flag, which triggered the bomb, killing him on the spot," CRPF Commandant M.I. Mallik said. The police had found posters by the Maoists call for a boycott of rural polls in Lohardaga and Gumla Districts earlier this week.
Maoists triggered a blast at Satbahani railway station in Palamau District, some 170 kilometres from Ranchi and abducted the station manager, a Police official said.
The Maoists triggered blasts using dynamites at panchayat buildings in Rajhara village of Vishrampur block and Basna village of Nava block in the District. No one was injured in both the blasts.
November 1: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a blast near a bridge on the Chakai-Jamui main road in Betia forest in Jamui District. However, none was injured in the incident.
October 28: An IED exploded while it was being defused near the Jordi school building under Madanpur Police Station in Aurangabad District of Bihar. One Police constable was injured in the explosion. The bomb disposal squad had been called in after four bombs were found planted in the school by cadres of the CPI-Maoist. The other three bombs were defused.
October 24: More than 60 cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up the house of a sarpanch, Guddu Sharma, using dynamite at Mahipalpur village under Maker Police Station in Saran District of Bihar. Saran SP A. K. Satyarthi said that there was no report of any casualty, adding, "only a portion of Sharma's house was blown up." Later, a fierce gun battle broke out between the Maoists and Police. According to reports, over 100 Maoists were present at the location and engaged with the Police personnel.
October 23: A group of 40 cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a panchayat office in Nulliguda of Podia block under Kalimela Police Station limits in Malkangiri District of Orissa. The Maoists set ablaze the plastic pipes and looted iron rods and other articles stored in the godown. They left some leaflets at the spot, demanding the Government to stop killing their cadres in the name of Operation Green Hunt and withdraw the BSF from the District.
October 22: Five Police personnel were killed on the spot and another injured when the cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast at Jhitkahi Bridge under Shyampur Bhataha Police Station in Sheohar District of Bihar at around 8.45pm [IST]. The victims include the SHO of Shyampur Bhataha Police Station, Praveen Kumar Singh and four SAP troopers. The incident occurred only 36 hours prior to Sheohar going to the polls in the second round of the Bihar Assembly Elections on October 24.
October 18: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast on a road at Sikhapalli near a BSF camp in Malkangiri District of Orissa. However, no one was injured as there was no movement near the site when the landmine exploded about 250 metres from the temporary BSF camp.
October 14: More than 50 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist entered Markapadar village under Khairput Block in Malkangiri District of Orissa and blew up a Panchayat building and a godown using powerful landmine. After blowing the buildings the Maoists disappeared into the nearby forest shouting slogans against the Government and Security Forces.
October 8: Maoists blew up the vacant house of contractor Pramod Singh, who was killed on October 4, in Tulgul village of Bokaro District and left behind a poster alleging that he had been killed and his house blown up as he collected levy in their name.
Three personnel of ITBP were killed when a jeep carrying ITBP personnel was blown up by the Maoists in the Sawargaon forest in Gadchiroli District. These were the first casualties suffered by the ITBP. The patrolling company of ITBP, which had started from Kohke village in the adjoining Rajnandgaon District of Chhattisgarh, was on its way back after cutting through a dense forest patch.
October 5: The cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast in Talewada jungle in Gadchiroli, leaving eight SF personnel injured. The SFs were part of the rescue team, led by Commander Ramesh Dalai, travelling in an anti-mine vehicle from Pranhita headquarters at Aheri to Perimili, to retrieve the body of one of the slain cops killed on October 4.
October 4: A land mine blast triggered by the cadres of the CPI-Maoist killed CRPF Inspector Nevrutti Yadav (50), two Sub-Inspectors of District Police Shashikant More (31), and Mahendra Kumar Nalkul (35), and two Constables, Anand Gazge of CRPF and Motiram Sangar of the District Police at Perimili in Gadchiroli. The Maoists managed to decamp with their weapons. One Constable is reportedly missing.
October 2: Around 15 heavily armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist stormed into the forest office at Ramgiri under Boipariguda Police Station in Koraput District of Orissa and set off a landmine blowing up a portion of the building. The Maoists shouted slogans against the Government before leaving.
September 24: A large group of the CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a building housing the office of the Krishak Sabha, a farmers' organisation, in Bandhgora village under Jhargram sub-division of West Midnapore District of West Bengal.
September 16: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up several forest buildings including a range office and inspection bungalow inside Sunabeda sanctuary in Nuapada District of Orissa. The buildings had been lying defunct and unoccupied for a long time due to Maoist menace.
September 9: Nearly 50 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist planted landmines and blew up the building of a panchayat office at Materu in the Padia block of Malkangiri District of Orissa. The Maoists did not injure or attack any villager. After the blast the Maoists also ransacked some portions of the building that had not been damaged and set ablaze to the official records and furniture while raising slogans against the Government and the proposed anti-Naxal operation in the area. They left a poster at the spot stating that they blew up the building to protest against the camp of BSF at Sikhapalli near Materu.
August 26: Armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist fired indiscriminately at Pirtand Police Station in Giridih District of Jharkhand, blew up a Government building nearby and set ablaze some trucks on the Grand Trunk road on the Dhanbad-Giridih border early in the morning to protest the arrest of their two associates. Police said the Maoists were protesting the arrests of two of their associates, Muktar Ansari alias Jalaad and his associate Dasrath Manjhi from Kendua village in Giridih on August 25. Ansari was carrying head-money INR 200,000 and was wanted in 30 cases.
August 19: Armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a panchayat bhawan, a school and an anganwadi centre in Kutrem village of Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh. However, there were no reports of casualties, as the buildings were completely vacant when the incident occurred, Police said.
August 17: Maoists blew up a school building with explosives and detonators in Ziyan village in the East Singhbhum District of Jharkhand. The Maoists left a pamphlet saying the school building was being used by security personnel.
August 16: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a newly-built tehsil office damaging a large portion of the office building in Kuwangkoda of Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh. No casualties were reported in the incident and most of the documents and office records are safe, the sources said.
August 14: Around 30 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up the newly constructed hostel building of the residential Sevashram School at Manyamkonda in Malkangiri District of Orissa to threaten students and teachers not to hoist tricolour or observe Independence Day. Maoists also stuck up a black banner at the spot. Maoists had given call to observe Independence Day as black day. Maoist cadres and their supporters secretly hoisted black flags in some remote areas. Such black flags were found at Sahada, Dukuma and Kachapaku villages of Bisamkatak block in the District. A black flag was also hoisted at Hanumala village of Lamtaput block in Koraput District.
In Bhowadi village near Dharampur in West Midnapore District, the Maoist triggered two landmine blasts in a forest beat office, blowing up a major portion of the building.
August 13: Maoists blew up a culvert in Salboni area in West Midnapore District of West Bengal with a landmine.
August 12: Around 40 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist rounded up the inhabitants for a session of their propaganda and blew up the office of the Gram Panchayat and a warehouse attached to it at Malabharam village under the Motu Police Station in Malkangiri District of Orissa. The Maoists also left posters at the spot of the blast through which they claimed that they damaged the buildings as they were being used as camps of security personnel during the anti-Maoist operations in remote areas. No one was injured in the incident.
August 8: Armed cadres of CPI-Maoist blew up a school building in Kanda village in Palamau District of Jharkhand.
August 7: Maoists threw a grenade and blew up a high tension pillar of Purulia pump storage project at Bagmundi in Purulia District of West Bengal. Maoist posters demanding supply of power to Bagmundi, was found near the spot, the Police added.
August 6: Around 200 cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert on National Highway 215 on Roxy-Jamudihi road near Sonambur under K Balang Police Station of Sundergarh District of Orissa.
August 4: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert near Mahipani village between Bhalulata and Jaraikela village in Sundargarh District of Orissa. No one was injured in the incident.
August 3: Five persons of a private security agency travelling by a car were killed when CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert with a landmine near Pirtand in Giridih District of Jharkhand.
July 27: CPI-Maoist cadres attempted to blow up a tower carrying high-tension power lines near Lankapaakala village in G.K. Veedhi Mandal (Administrative Unit) in the Visakha Agency of the Visakhapatnam District Andhra Pradesh. Only one of the two landmines the Maoists fixed at the base of the tower blew up but there was no damage to the towers or disruption in power supply.
Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert, cutting off the road link between Midnapore and Jhargram, at Malbandhi in West Midnapore District of West Bengal. Police suspect that the explosion was in protest of the encounter at Metala forest in which PCPA leader Sidhu Soren and five PLGA cadres were killed.
July 21: Some suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast in a culvert on Lodhasuli-Jhargram road in Jhargram sub-division of West Midnapore District of West Bengal, cutting off traffic to the main town. No one was injured in the incident.
July 20: Maoists blew up a Mobile phone tower equipment room in Dumbriguda mandal (administrative unit) in Visakha agency of Andhra Pradesh on the first day of their 48-hours bandh (shut down) in protest against the killing of top leader Azad. All establishments including schools, shops and other business establishments remained closed in the agency areas like Chintapalli, Paderu, Koyyuru, GK Veedhi, Munchingput, Pedabayalu and G Madugula.
July 17: In Malkangiri District of Orissa, more than 50 gun-wielding Maoists accompanied by hundreds of tribal supporters stormed into Tentuliguda village, some 15 kilometres away from Orkel Police limits and triggered a landmine blast at the school building there. The next target of the Maoists was an under construction building of a hostel of the school located at Vejangwada. No one was injured by the Maoists at the schools targeted by them.
July 16: Five Police personnel were killed and five others injured when cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast blowing up a patrol van carrying Jharkhand Jaguar Force personnel at Kutmu More in Latehar District of Jharkhand. The patrol van was following the car of the Superintendent of Police (SP) who was returning after leading a long range patrolling in Maoist-affected areas. The SP had a providential escape as his vehicle had just passed the blast site few moments earlier.
July 15: About 30 heavily armed Maoists, including women, stormed into Kundei village under Raighar block in Nabarangpur District of Orissa and triggered a powerful explosion to blow up the Police Station. No casualties or injuries were, however, reported in the attack. The Maoists snapped electricity supply in the area before launching their attack. Telecom, including mobile network, was affected in the area. Located near Chhattisgarh border, the Police Station was upgraded from an outpost about six months ago, officials said adding that the police station remains closed after sunset in view of its high vulnerability to Maoist attack.
July 7: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up the station building and relay room at Hehegarha railway station in Jharkhand. Two cabinmen were kidnapped but released later.
July 4: The Maoists blew up a culvert on NH 221 at Jeeram, about 40 kilometres from Bastar divisional headquarters of Jagdalpur Chhattisgarh, disrupting traffic for many hours on the National Highway.
July 1: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist damaged the middle school Charai village in Palamu District of Jharkhand. The Maoists hurled two bombs at the school. While one bomb flattened a room of the school, another did not explode.
June 30: Seven CRPF personnel were injured in a landmine blast in the Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh. The landmine was suspected to have been planted by Maoist. CRPF troopers were trying to diffuse the landmine before it triggered.
June 15: Over 50 armed Maoists blew up Khadi Gram branch of State Bank of India (SBI) with dynamite and looted INR 92,000 from it in Jamui District of Bihar.
June 10: A cadre of the CPI-Maoist was killed in a gun battle with Security Forces after the Maoists executed a landmine blast in Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh.
May 30: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up buildings of a panchayat (village level local self Government institution) office and a warehouse attached to it at Kangurkonda village under Kalimela Police Station in Malkangiri District of Orissa.
May 29: A bus carrying about 70 passengers managed to dodge the landmine blast triggered by the suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist in Bijapur District of Chhattisgarh.
May 28: Upendra Singh, a Police commando, was killed and two others identified as Ashok Sao and Shyam Bihari, were injured in landmine blast triggered by the CPI-Maoist cadres at Chak village in Palamau District of Jharkhand.
May 28: At least 148 passengers were killed after suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a blast on railway track causing derailment of 13 coaches of the Howrah-Kurla (Kolkata to Mumbai) Lokmanya Tilak Gyaneshwari Super Deluxe Express between Khemasoli and Sardiya stations near Jhargram in West Midnapore District of West Bengal. About 145 others were injured.
May 20: Around 200 cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up the railway line with dynamites at Chintamani village between Dighwara and Pipra stations in West Champaran District of Bihar causing derailment and burning of fourteen oil tankers of the goods train. The train was on way to Raxaul on the India-Nepal border from Muzaffarpur. Several posters and leaflets left by the Maoists were seized from the spot.
May 20: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a Government building and a mobile communication tower at Chandrapur in Rayagada District in Orissa.
May 19: Four troopers of the CRPF and a deputy commandant were killed while another trooper was critically injured when the CPI-Maoist cadres triggered a landmine explosion targeting the car they were travelling in near Lalgarh in West Midnapore District in West Bengal.
May 18: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up an unused Government warehouse at Bodigata in Malkangiri District of Orissa during their two-day shutdown.
May 18: Suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast on a railway track at Khatkhura halt station near Jhargram in West Midnapore District of West Bengal, injuring two drivers of a goods train and leaving the engine of the freight train damaged.
May 17: The CPI-Maoist cadres killed 44 persons when they blew up a bus by triggering an improvised explosive device (IED) on a black-top road at Chingavaram near Sukma in Dantewada District of Chhattisgarh. Four civilians and two Special Police Officers (SPOs) were also injured. There were around 32 civilians and 18 SPOs in the bus.
April 24: The PI-Maoist cadres blew up a culvert on a road near Bandhugaon by triggering a landmine blast during their shutdown which paralysed vehicular movement between Koraput and places in neighbouring Andhra Pradesh. They also fired a few rounds in the air in Chitrakonda area of Malkangiri District in an apparent bid to mislead Security Forces, Police said.
April 22: Some armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a cellular phone tower of the Airtel service provider at Kudmuluguda in Malkangiri District.
April 19: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up two pump houses at Karrampada area in West Singbhum District affecting water supply to the area. One pump house belonged to Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and the other to the Railways.
April 10: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a school, a community hall and two health centres at Sarodag village in Kaimur District of Bihar.
The CPI-Maoist blew up a culvert on Narayanpatna-Laxmipur road near the Karki ghat and put up posters opposing ‘Operation Green Hunt' in the Narayanpatna block of Koraput District of Orissa. They also put up posters near Roxy area of the K.Balanga block of Sundargarh District.
April 8: About 100 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist shot dead a person, identified as Badan Singh, and his son Visambhar in Kenar-Khurd village under Chenari Police Station in Rohtas District. Maoists also blew up Singh's house by using dynamite. Villagers told Police that the incident was an outcome of a land dispute with Maoists.
April 4: CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a school run by an NGO, Alternative for India Development (AID), at Chapee under Panki Police station in Palamu District. The Maoists had damaged the same school in 2009 as well.
Nine personnel of the anti-Maoist Special Operation Group (SOG) were killed and eight others were seriously injured when cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered a landmine blast targeting a mini bus carrying the SOG personnel at Tanginiguda on the Govindpalli ghat road in Koraput District. Sources said a brief exchange of fire took place between the SOG personnel and the Maoists near the blast site. Sources said one more SOG trooper was still missing till evening. Reports said there were 19 persons in the vehicle. The SOG personnel were on a mission to sanitise the Maoist-prone Govindpalli ghat road so that Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel camping at Govindpalli in Malkangiri District could move from there to Koraput.
April 3: Around a dozen armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a rest house with dynamites at Matlong in Latehar District of Jharkhand.
April 2: One trooper of the State's Special Security Battalion was injured in a mine blast triggered by the Left Wing Extremists (LWE) near a culvert on river Jhanjabati between Naraynpatna and Laxmipur in Koraput District.
March 29: Over 200 armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up two school buildings at Duddha village in Kaimur District of Bihar.
The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a school building at Sohar village in Chatra District of Jharkhand.
March 25: The Maoists triggered five landmine explosions, targeting the Security Forces near Dharampur in West Midnapore District of West Bengal. A Police Constable suffered a minor injury in the explosion.
March 24: Over 50 armed Maoists destroyed an under construction Police station building by triggering dynamite blast at Bhelbi in Saran District of Bihar. The Maoists also opened fire indiscriminately and left behind a handbill demanding the State Government to immediately halt 'Operation Green Hunt' and release its top leaders lodged in jails. No casualty was reported in the incident.
March 23: In Latehar District of Jharkhand, the Maoists blew up a metre of track between Chhipa Dohar and Hehegarha railway stations.
The Maoists also blew up three mobile towers in Birikot village in Mohana block of Gajapati District of Orissa.
March 22: Suspected cadres of the CPI-Maoist triggered an explosion on the railway tracks between Kasta and Paraiya stations in Gaya District of Bihar during 48-hour bandh (shutdown). This resulted into derailing of seven coaches and engine of the 2445 up Bhubaneswar-New Delhi Rajdhani Express. There was no casualty or serious injury.
The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a stretch of the railway track between Midnapore and Godapiasal stations in West Midnapore District of West Bengal affecting the services in the Adra-Midnapore section of the South Eastern Railway (SER) during their two-day shutdown.
The Maoists also triggered landmine blasts on railway tracks between Jhargram and Gidhni in West Midnapore District.
The CPI-Maoist cadres triggered two blasts between Birsa and Bongomunda stations near Rourkela in Sundargarh District of Orissa resulting in the derailment of a goods train and disrupting train services on the Mumbai-Howrah route.
Suspected Maoists blew up railway tracks between Kokpara and Dalbhumgarh railway stations in East Singhbhum District of Jharkhand disrupting railway traffic in Kharagpur section, as part of their 48-hour bandh (shutdown) in seven States.
March 21: The CPI-Maoist cadres attacked Security Forces who were trying to reconstruct a camp at Bhalukchira in the Sarenga Police station area in Bankura District. There were no casualties. There were reports that the firing was preceded by landmine explosion.
March 20: Maoists and PCPA's mass militia squad blasted two landmines and entered into a gun battle with the Security Forces.
March 18: Two CRPF personnel, head constable B. Haribhai and constable Balbir Singh were killed and three others were injured in an IED blast triggered by the CPI-Maoist cadres on Awapalli-Basaguda road, about 500 kilometres south of the State capital Raipur of Chhattisgarh.
March 12: CRPF patrol party escaped a landmine explosion on a road near Rajhania in Jamui District of Bihar. Sukar Yadav, a passer-by, was critically injured in the blast.
February 21: Suspected CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a state-run school building at Maheshwari village in Jamui District of Bihar.
February 20: A cadre of the CPI-Maoist was killed and another injured when a bomb, they were handling, exploded at Goriadih village in Palamau District of Jharkhand. The deceased was identified as Satyendra Yadav, brother of CPI-Maoist ‘sub-zonal commander’ Anirudih Yadav, who had been killed in Palamau in 2009. The injured Maoist was identified as Upendra Yadav. Nine other suspected Maoists, who were accompanying the injured Maoist to a hospital, were arrested by the Police.
February 17: At least 12 villagers, including three women and one child, were killed when nearly 150 heavily-armed cadres of the CPI-Maoist attacked Phulwariya village in Jamui District of Bihar. Four of a family was charred to death while others were shot dead. Those killed were Kora tribals and the attack was in retaliation of the alleged killing of eight Maoists by the Koras on January 31 at the instigation of one Lakhan Kora, suspected by the Maoists of being a Police informer. The Maoists triggered explosions and also set 30 houses ablaze. The whereabouts of Lakhan are not known. While the Police say he survived the attack, this could not be confirmed from local sources.
February 15: At least 24 Security Force (SF) personnel, mostly belonging to the Eastern Frontier Rifles, were killed and several others injured when a large group of CPI-Maoist cadres attacked a SF camp at Silda in West Midnapore of West Bengal. The Maoists triggered several blasts before opening fire on the SF personnel. Before leaving, the Maoists looted firearms and set the camp ablaze.
February 14: The CPI-Maoist cadres set the battery house and the rest shed of a mobile telephone tower ablaze at Padarguda near Ramgiri in Boipariguda block (administrative division) of Koraput District of Orissa.
February 10: Suspected CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a portion of railway tracks between Bisra and Bhalulata railway stations in Orissa at around 2 am causing derailment of a goods train and disrupting train services on the Howrah-Mumbai route. Eight wagons of a goods train were derailed in the explosion.
February 9: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up a stretch of railway track under Nimiaghat Police station in Giridih District of Jharkhand during their 72-hour shutdown, affecting train services.
A contingent of Police Force along with 300 Special Police Officers (SPOs) was trapped in a landmine and then ambushed by CPI-Maoist cadres at a village in Dantewada District in Chhattisgarh where they were going to find the whereabouts of 12 missing tribals in pursuance of the Supreme Court's February 8 order.
The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up the Howrah-Delhi railway track at Narganjo railway station in Jamui in Bihar. The Maoists blew up a track in the same area just two days ago.
February 8: The CPI-Maoist cadres blew up railway tracks between Bhalulata and Jareikela, about 30 kilometers away from Rourkela in Orissa, resulting in the derailment of two wagons of a goods train and disruption of train services on the Howrah-Mumbai route.
February 7: The CPI-Maoist blew up railway tracks to enforce their 72-hour bandh (general shut down) near Rajla station on Jhaja-Jasidih section of East Central Railway in Jamui District in Bihar. The blast damaged railway tracks up to a stretch of about four metres on the down line and two metres on the up line. The train movement was consequently paralyzed completely for about 10-12 hours.
February 6: The Maoists targeted a pilot engine, which had security men on board, and blew up tracks between Rajla and Narganjo railway halts in Bihar, affecting the movement of several long-distance and local trains.
January 20: The Maoists exploded a mobile communication tower and its control room by attaching landmines to it at Kaliatola village under Baipariguda Police Station limits in Koraput District of Orissa in the morning.
January 18: The Maoists blew up a railway track near Nadaul railway station in the Jehanabad District of Bihar. Nadaul is situated on Patna-Gaya rail route of East-Central Railway. Maoists first forced railway officials on duty in the cabin on the outer signal of Nadaul railway station to leave the place. They then blew up the railway track. The blast was a low-intensity one that only damaged three concrete railway sleepers. The incident disrupted rail traffic on the route.
January 15: The Maoists triggered a landmine blasts near Ambakona adjacent to the Gurdari mine in the bauxite-rich Netarhat plateau of Jharkhand halting the work in almost all bauxite mines located at Gurdari, Kakdang, Polpol, Navatoli, Dhibikutum, Hadalakda, Dumsrpat, Sakhuapani and Ambakona.
January 6: The Maoists blew up railway tracks near Mohammadpur station in Palamu District of Jharkhand disrupting train services between Garhwa Road and Sone Nagar stations. A goods train was also derailed in the incident.
January 5: The Maoists blew up railway tracks near Mohammadpur station in Palamu District of Jharkhand disrupting train services between Garhwa Road and Sone Nagar stations. A goods train was also derailed in the incident. The CPI-Maoist had called for a 24-hour bandh (general shut down) in Palamau commissionary to protest against the alleged custody death of Rajendra Yadav, a resident of Tiladi village in Chattarpur. The bandh affected life in three districts— Latehar, Garhwa and Palamau.
January 3-4: The Maoists blew up another Government school building in Rehlatur gram panchayat in Sundargarh District of Orissa, Police said on January 4. About 40 Maoists entered the building of the Middle English School in under K Balang town on January 3 and looted 50 quintals of rice stored there before setting off an explosion. Maoists had blasted four school buildings and a hospital besides two buildings in the gram panchayat last month. About 3,000 to 4,000 villagers have left their homes in panic and were sheltering in camps in K Balang.
January 2: Cadres of the CPI-Maoist blew up a gram panchayat (village level self-Government institution) office building and a go down in Malkangiri District of Orissa during a bandh (general shut down) called by the outfit against alleged Police excesses. Around 50 armed Maoists attacked thegram panchayat office at Panasput in Chitrakonda area of Malkangiri and drove away those inside before triggering an explosion, Police said. The Maoists also stormed a go down located near the office and blasted it with explosives before disappearing into a nearby forest, they said. Nobody was harmed or injured, they added. Meanwhile, the bandh called by Maoists in Orissa and four other States against alleged Police excesses and the proposed anti-naxal operations had little impact barring stray incidents of tree felling in Malkangiri and disruption of traffic in Rayagada District. Many Government buses stopped plying in Malkangiri and Rayagada Districts, where trees were used to block roads.
Note:Compiled from news reports and are provisional.