ANSAM & NWU respond to Jt Secy Shambhu Singh

SENAPATI, January 20 (NNN): The All Naga Students’ Association Manipur (ANSAM) and Naga Women’s Union (NWU) have said today that the provocative views of the Joint Secretary, North East, Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA), Government of India (GoI) on the press statement of the United Naga Council (UNC) announcing sustained civil actions in his interview with some media has “constrained Read more

NSCN blames Ibobi for apathy

Chandel, Jan, 19: NSCN on Saturday said Ibobi Singh led Manipur government has deprived them of the privilege of getting 3% of every fund meant for the people of Manipur both hill and valley and alleged the government for granting the same to the valley based revolutionary armed groups in fact and figure. A press communiqué issued by Col S Read more

Jt. Secy. Shambhu Singh speaks on NE

New Delhi, January 19 (VISION COMMUNICATIONS): The Centre has issued a warning to Manipur based United Naga Council (UNC) saying it will not tolerate any disturbance of national projects – Trans Asian Railway line and 400 KV power grid transmission line in the State. Talking to the Vision Communications in an exclusive interview on Sunday, Shambhu Singh, Joint Secretary, Ministry Read more

ULFA Leader executed on Paresh Order

Courtesy : TNN GUWAHATI, Jan 16: A top Ulfa commander, Partha Gogoi, was executed on Wednesday in Nagaland’s Mon district bordering Myanmar on the instructions of Paresh Baruah for “conspiring with police and security forces to engineer a mass surrender of cadres”. Seven Ulfa cadres were executed last month for trying to flee the Myanmar base and surrender before police Read more

Naga rebels keep faith – NSCN hopes for poll gift

NISHIT DHOLABHAI New Delhi, Dec. 6: A meeting with NSCN (I-M) leaders was “deferred” by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh this week but hopes of a breakthrough remain alive ahead of next year’s general elections. Cancellation of the meeting, which was scheduled for Wednesday, has raised questions whether the move followed fears of disturbances in Manipur. Sources said the meeting was Read more

NLFT Leader Lay Down Arms

Agartala, Jan 12 : A self-styled army chief of outlawed National Liberation Front of Twipra (NLFT) Parashuram Tripura has surrendered before the police. The 51-year-old insurgent leader was carrying a cash award of Rs one lakh over his head and Centre had issued red corner notice through Interpol for his arrest, IG Police (control) Nepal Das said. He surrendered last Read more

Rengma Hoho calls for peace

Morungexpress | January 10, 2013 DIMAPUR, JANUARY 10 : The Rengma Hoho has called for peace between Rengma and Karbi peoples, while expressing its desire for calm between the two communities. “… The Rengma Hoho as a responsible body is desirous that, henceforth, peace should prevail between Rengma Nagas and Karbis in Assam and elsewhere,” read a statement from its Read more

Sumis ‘delink’ relationship with NSCN (IM)

Resolves to rise up against any faction or group intimidating or committing excess to either Sumi individuals or community DIMAPUR, JANUARY 7 (MExN): In a major decision against the backdrop of the December 21 Aghuito incident and the subsequent “flush out” of NSCN (IM) cadres from the Mukalimi Designated Camp on December 30, the Sumi public on Tuesday resolved to Read more

‘Third force caused Karbi-Rengma clash’

Karbi Anglong Peace Forum apprise Assam govt on current situation DIPHU, JANUARY 7 (MExN): The Karbi Anglong Peace Forum today met the Commissioner Hill Areas and Barak Valley, Government of Assam and apprised him on the current situation in the KA area. The KAPF urged the Commissioner to look into the relief and needs of the affected people. A press Read more