Naga People’s Front and Nagas of South Nagalim

The Hon’bleChief Minister of Nagaland, Shri Neiphiu Rio and the Hon’ble President of the Naga People’s Front(NPF) Shri Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu had created history when they formally launched the NPF Manipur State Unit on 28th May, 2011 at Senapati. The launching of the NPF Unit in Manipur sector can be considered as a significant event mainly for two reasons. First, Read more

Chronology of the Kachin Conflict

 Ba Kaung Friday, June 17, 2011 The Kachin Independence Army (KIA) has been at various points of engagement with the Burmese army since 1961 when the Kachins first demanded independence. Later, it called for Kachin autonomy within a federal system—another aspiration which was never fulfilled. In 1994, it reached a ceasefire agreement with the ruling military leaders, this time with Read more

Statement of the Collective Leadership

NATIONAL SOCIALIST COUNCIL OF NAGALIM Dated Oking 12th April 2001. STATEMENT OF THE COLLECTIVE LEADERSHIP This statement is written for the Nagas and the Meiteis that they may once again search their hearts to discern their rights to be free. To blame others should not be the only way to justify ourselves; we have got to correct ourselves too if Read more

‘Disturbed Area tag salt to Nagas’ injury’

Dimapur, November 2 : The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has denounced the Government of India’s extending the ‘Disturbed Area’ status on Nagaland, under the black law the infamous Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA). The NPF said the latest action of the Centre is an ‘instrument’ of ‘genocide’ against the people. A statement denouncing the AFSPA, and the extension of Read more

Valley versus Hill

Dolly Kikon A week before two Naga boys – Chakho and Loshou – were killed by the paramilitary Manipur Police Commandos at Mao Gate, on the Manipur-Nagaland border; a week before 4000 people from Senapati District in Manipur were displaced from their homes to languish in makeshift camps, hospitals and homes of relatives around Nagaland; a week before Thuingaleng Muivah, Read more