‘Dialogue best way forward’

Imphal | November 2 : Union Home Minister P Chidambaram, who is on a two-day visit to Manipur said the democratic process of dialogue is the best way to approach any issue. He was speaking at a public programme at Senapati district headquarters in Manipur on Wednesday. The visiting Union home minister then informed the Naga leaders in a separate meeting Read more

Ulfa threatens armed strikes in Assam

Hard line faction of banned Ulfa led by its commander-in-chief Paresh Barua has threatened to launch armed strikes against security forces, vital installations, political party leaders, corrupt officials, dubious businessmen in the state. In an email to media houses in Guwahati on Tuesday, Ulfa publicity convenor Arunuday Dohotia appealed common people in the state to stay away from sensitive places, Read more

Police patrollers ambushed by GNLA

Aizawl, October 31 (NNN): Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) ambushed a police patrolling party in remote village of East Garo Hills in Meghalaya on Monday evening leaving two policemen injured and four others missing. According to a police source, policemen were on a routine patrol on the militant affected area along the National Highway 62 when they came under intense firing Read more

Zeliangrong Baudi affirms stand

Imphal, Oct 31: Zeliangrong  Baudi (ZB) of Assam, Manipur and Nagaland (ZB-AMN) has affirmed to protect the Zeliangrong ancestral lands in Assam, Manipur and Nagaland. This was adopted during the ‘Dimki Session’ of the ZB-AMN held on October 28 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church community hall, Tamenglong headquarters. The programme was participated by Zeliangrong Baudi leaders from Assam, Manipur and Read more

ULFA talks ‘constructive’, says Centre

New Delhi, Oct 31 : The Centre today termed the ongoing peace talks with the banned ULFA as “very constructive” and gave hints that it would not press for surrender of arms by the groups. Making it clear that the venue of the dialogue would continue to be New Delhi, Union Home Secretary R K Singh said they had a Read more

Govt Push for Peace Talks with KNU, SSA-South

By LAWI WENG Thursday, October 27, 2011 Two of Burma’s main ethnic rebel groups, the Shan State Army-South (SSA–South) and the Karen National Union (KNU), are preparing to hold separate peace negotiations with a government delegation in the near future, according to sources close to the rebels. The talks will focus only on establishing Naypyidaw’s plan for making peace and its Read more