Naga Hoho on cease-fire coverage area

Dimapur Sept. 12:Naga Hoho Friday said that the Nagas were “quite contented” with the ongoing cease-fire between the governments of India and various Naga political groups since 1997. Naga Hoho through its communication cell said that though the political negotiation/dialogue was under the process between the Centre and NSCN (I-M), it fully depended on the negotiators of both the entities Read more

Organizations condemn Ukhrul incident

DIMAPUR, AUG 31 :Various organizations have condemned the incident in Ukhrul town where two innocent civilians were killed and several others injured during a United Naga Council (UNC)sponsored rally on Saturday. NH: Naga Hoho (NH) has vehemently condemned the brutal murder of Ramkashing Vashi and Mayapam Ramror by Manipur police commandos on August 30 at Ukhrul. Naga Hoho communication cell in Read more

Violence hits UNC rally

Correspondent, UKHRUL, AUG 30 2 DEAD, SEVERAL HURT, 7 VEHICLES DAMAGED IN UKHRUL It was ‘Black Saturday’ in Ukhrul. Two civilians were shot dead and several others including a woman and security forces were injured as security forces fired upon rallyists during a rally organized by United Naga Council (UNC) in Ukhrul. A posse of security forces at Awontang Junction Read more

PMO overrules MHA proposal

NEW DELHI, AUG 29 :Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) yet again overruled a suggestion of the Home Ministry and appointed R.N Ravi, Chairman of Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC), as new interlocutor for Naga peace talks. Sources said that the Government of India was keen on expediting the peace talks, and in this regard chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC), RN Ravi, Read more

Myanmar ready to act against NE insurgents

NAY PYI TAW, AUG 24 (AGENCIES) Promising all possible support to India’s fight against terrorism, Myanmar has said it will bust training camps of North East militant groups on its soil if India provides specific inputs about their existence. Asserting that his country will never allow any terror outfit to use its soil against India, Myanmar’s Information Minister U Ye Read more

Naga talks to resume soon, says Governor

AGARTALA, AUG 23:Naga peace talks will begin soon and the problem can be solved through dialogue only, Nagaland Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna (P.B) Acharya said Saturday. “Only through talks, the Naga problem can be resolved. The NDA government led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi is committed to resolve the long pending problems,” Acharya, who holds additional charge of Tripura Governor, told Read more

Chinese TV satellite targets PoK, NE

NEW DELHI, AUG 23:Indian telecom operators and broadcasters have raised concern over the latest satellite Asiasat-8 launched recently by China which has been designed to keep the border areas of the country away from signals being beamed by these operators and broadcasters. The operators and the broadcasters point out that the Chinese satellite is not only the most powerful launched Read more

UN body appeals for AFSPA repeal

GUWAHATI, August 23 (TNN): A UN body, which works on crime against women, has appealed for the withdrawal of the controversial Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act from the northeast states, lending strength to the cause of human rights crusader Irom Sharmila, who was arrested yet again on Friday. The UN report, which was presented in Geneva, suggested that violence against Read more