We returned back AR arms in interest of peace: NSCN (IM)

Dimapur, April 24: In a major relief, four days the standoff between the Assam Rifles and the NSCN (IM) that had threatened whatever semblance of peace prevailing in this remote Northeastern part of India was restored after the NSCN (IM) released the seized weapons of the Assam Rifles personnel in presence of Ceasefire Monitoring Group officials, District Administration and Police Read more

Support grows for early political settlement

Naga Hoho wants NSCN (IM), GoI to sign agreement before end of 2012 DIMAPUR, APRIL 25 : In a significant decision, the Naga Hoho has called upon the Joint leadership of NSCN (IM) and Government of India to “expedite the political talks and sign the Agreement before the end of 2012 keeping in mind fifteen years long negotiation should be Read more

NSF warns Assam Rifles with “action”

Dimapur, April 24 : The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) today met in an emergency meeting with all its federal and subordinate organizations and has decided to launch ‘a severe course of action’ if the Assam Rifles do not withdraw army personnel deputed around designated camps of the Naga underground groups in all the Naga inhabited areas. The army personnel are Read more

NSCN-AR standoff ZB urges Centre to intervene

IMPHAL, Apr 24: Urging maximum restraint on the part of the Indian Army and NSCN despite ‘provocative posture’ of the Assam Rifles, the Zeliangrong Baudi (AMN) has drawn the attention of the Prime Minister, Home Minister and Defence Minister of GoI to restrain those security forces who have taken law into their hand in order that the Indo-Naga peace process Read more

NSCN (IM), AR stand-off diffused

Morung Express Indian security personnel from the Assam Rifles inspect their arms and ammunition during the handing over of the seized arms at Monglumukh Villages, outskirt of Dimapur, India’s north eastern state of Nagaland on Tuesday, April 24. Five arms belonging to the Assam Rifles were seized by the Naga outfit on April 19 when a group of Indian paramilitary Read more

Naga Mothers hectic parleys to break impasse

DIMAPUR, APRIL 23 (MExN): The Naga Mothers’ Association  (NMA) today called on the Inspector General, Assam Rifles  at Kohima to impress upon his office the serious concern of the mothers on the building up of armed forces around the designated camps of the NSCN IM, including their Headquarters at Hebron. The NMA demanded that the security forces be withdrawn at Read more

NSCN (IM) alerts the Nagas for any eventuality

Newmai News Network Dimapur | April 23 The NSCN-IM has alerted the Nagas today that they should get prepared for any eventuality as the stand off between the Naga outfit and the Assam Rifles has dragged on to the fifth day today. The NSCN-IM also lambasted the Naga People’s Front (NPF) led government of Nagaland for not rising up to Read more

Ao Senden flays

Ao Senden has termed the April 19 action of the Assam Rifles as “provocative” also expressed strong condemnation over alleged violation of cease-fire ground rules (CFGR). Senden president Dr. Sangyu Yaden and general secretary Tsupong Longchar accused Major Sukanta “a Meitei officer from Manipur” of having a “hidden political design”. The signatories alleged that Maj. Sukanta forced the five jawans Read more