Nagas unite under one flag

Morung Express With the common symbol of the ‘Star and Rainbow’ Naga flag clutched to their hearts, more than 50,000 Naga people from all walks of life and from all Naga-inhabited areas including Myanmar have affirmed that Nagas are a “sovereign people” who uphold the principle that sovereignty lies with the people and that the will of the people is Read more

One voice for Naga reconciliation, solution

NSCN/GPRN Chairman Isak Chishi Swu renewed his clarion call for reconciliation and unity saying that it was the only way for the Nagas. He called for tearing down the walls which have divided Naga people leading to discord and killings. He said it was time for negotiation and not confrontation. “Our homeland should not be made the battlefield of our Read more

Centre to sign peace pact with militant groups in NE

NEW DELHI, February 29 (PTI): The Centre on Wednesday said it will soon sign a peace pact with two militant groups in Assam and indicated that the anti-talk faction of the NDFB will enter into a dialogue with the government. Home minister P Chidambaram today said the government has made significant progress in bringing peace in Assam though there were groups Read more

UNC responds to writ petition in the Supreme Court

A writ petition has been filed in the Supreme Court by one Prakash Singh, where it has been petitioned to direct the respondent, the Government of India(GOI) to take appropriate steps to remove the economic blockade by Naga tribes resulting in acute shortage of essential commodities and the sharp escalation in their prices. The Petitioner had further prayed among others, Read more

Chairman CFMG/CFSB says no more new designated camp

Maj Gen (retd) N. George, who was recently appointed as chairman CFMG/CFSB, Tuesday said Government of India (GoI) has decided against allotting anymore designated camps except theNSCN (K) sub-office at Dimapur. Maj Gen (retd) N. George said this while addressing media after a separate meeting with the GPRN/NSCN and NSCN (K) Cease-Fire Supervisory Board (CFSB)   at Police Conference hall Chumukedima Read more

China reacts sharply to Antony’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh

Beijing, February 25 (PTI): Reacting sharply to Defence Minister AK Antony’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh for its statehood celebrations, China today said India should refrain from taking any action that could “complicate” the border issue. The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hong Lei has “asked India to work with China to maintain peace and stability in border areas”, state-run Xinhua news agency Read more

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

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