This chapter focuses on strategies that focus on cutting the access and flow of resources to primary actors of terrorist groups. The principal actors of terrorism are those individuals and groups who are actively or passively engaged in perpetrating acts of terrorism, while secondary actors are those with the power and funds responsible for directing the affairs of terrorism. Many issues of terrorism in the world stem from religious, political, economic, and cultural differences among nations, tribes, and groups; and relationships between the core, peripheral, and semiperipheral regions. India is a significant country in South Asia. India came under British rule in 1858. The centralization of power during the British rule, albeit its restriction, ensured uniformity of power as long as power remained under one administration. The Maoists and other radical groups commenced with the intent to overthrow the Indian government, and have fought continuously against private organizations trying to exploit their lands and sources of livelihood.