Nagas rally for early solution

 DIMAPUR, FEBRUARY 24 (MExN): Nagas in Delhi under the aegis of Naga Peace Facilitation Committee, Delhi (NPFCD) today staged a mass Remonstration Rally peacefully at Jantar Mantar at 2 PM. The mass Remonstration Rally was held in the backdrop of the long drawn out Indo-Naga Political Dialogues of the past more than 14 years. The main demand of the rally was Read more

“Press Communique for the Unconditional Release of Anthony Ningkhan Shimray”

14 February 2012 The ‘campaign for the unconditional release of anthony‘ once again demand for the unconditional release of Anthony Ningkhan Shimray, Head of Foreign Affairs, National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) who is a key person in the Indo-Naga peace talk. Anthony Ningkhan Shimray  had participated in the peace talks as part of the negotiating team at least seven times in Read more

Quo Vadis Naga Nationalism?

Abraham Lotha When we look at the present Naga political scenario, we have made a mess for ourselves. The filth, dirt, garbage, pollution and the endemic clogged drains of our towns are symptomatic and emblematic of the Naga society. This in spite of Rio getting India Today Group’s State of States Award 2011 for the Most Improved Small State (Infrastructure) Read more

Nagas to be made party to agreement: Pillai

GUWAHATI, FEB 16 (AGENCIES) Former union home secretary G.K. Pillai has revealed the policy towards political solution to the Naga issue that has been going on for several decades would be to rope in the entire Naga society to whatever deal that would be struck. In an interview to The Telegraph G.K Pillai said “all have to endorse the agreement, Read more

Press Release

GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF NAGALIM Ministry of Information & Publicity Press Release 31st January 1, 2012   NSCN celebrated its 32nd NSCN Raising Day today the 31st January at its designated camp at Hebron with Chairman Isak Chishi Swu unfurling the Naga national flag. Chairman reminded the members that it was on this day that National Socialist Council Read more

GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF NAGALIM Ministry of Information & Publicity Press Release 4th January 2012   The NSCN is observing closely and tolerantly the intolerable situation created by unprincipled groups of gunmen in recent time elsewhere in Nagalim and also the way how it is tackle by the adversary government agency and for that matter by all national Read more

Rebel threat mars Manipur polls, Congress faces ban

IMPHAL, January 7 (Agencies): Over the years, disturbances caused by militants during polls, ranging from shootouts to bomb explosions, have become a given in insurgency-hit Manipur. The people of the state, even while fearing for their lives and property, have learnt to live with this and have no option but to wait for the polls to pass. The threat of rebels Read more

Save NPF, UNC tells others to pack up in Naga areas CEO rolls up sleeves to nullify diktats

IMPHAL, Jan 8: Barring the Naga People’s Front (NPF), the United Naga Council (UNC) has asked all parties not to field candidates in the 11 Naga-dominated assembly constituencies of the state for the January 28 assembly elections. The NPF, a Nagaland-based regional party, is contesting the polls for the first time on the issue of “protecting tribal land and identity, Read more

Solve Hmar problem: MHA to Mizoram

AIZAWL, January 7 (Agencies): The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has urged the Mizoram government to resume talks with the Manipur-based insurgent group, Hmar People’s Convention-Democrats (HPC-D), to find peaceful solution to the vexed Hmar problems. The MHA sent a letter to the Mizoram chief secretary Van Hela Pachuau on December 22, 2011 instructing the state government to make expeditious arrangements Read more