Reconciliation: Hopes surge for “Highest level” meeting

Dimapur, September 14 (MExN): As strongly insisted by the people and the weight of ‘covenant of reconciliation’, the determination of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation stands, that the highest leaders of the Naga political leaders meet. The much hoped-for meeting of the highest NNC/FGN, GPRN/NSCN and NSCN/GPRN leaders was informed to be expected around September 18-25, by the forum yesterday. Read more

CFMC decries arrest of IM deputy kilonser

Imphal, August 30 2010: National Socialist Council of Nagalim, Ceasefire Monitoring Cell, Chandel branch has strongly condemned the arrest of Ng Koningam, deputy kilonser , GPRN by Imphal West Police commandos from Imphal on August 26 despite ‘being well-versed with the existing ceasefire agreement between Government of India and NSCN’. In a statement, CFMC Chandel branch member P Tongsin decried Read more

CFGR violated by AR, 164 TA: Naga Hoho

Naga Hoho has accused the 6 Assam Rifles and the 164 TA (NAGA) for having again violated the Cease Fire Ground Rules (CFGR) on August 26 at Tizit by exhibiting “unruliness and high handedness” in which one NSCN (I-M) activist was killed and five nabbed. Naga Hoho president, Keviletuo Kiewhuo and general secretary, P. Chuba Ozukum in a joint statement, Read more

Assam-Arunachal border clash: 5 injured;assam blames NSCN(I-M)for tension

Five Arunachali people were injured and a vehicle was damaged during a clash in the border area of Assam-Arunachal Pradesh on Sunday, police said. According to reports, five Arunachali people of Nishi tribes were injured during a clash with Assamese people, and a vehicle was also damaged in Santipur area under Sadia police station in Tinsukia district along Assam-Arunachal Pradesh Read more

DAN PAC condemns paramilitary actions

Expressing “deep shock and anguish” over Thursday’s incident at Tizit, wherein an NSCN (I-M) activist “Maj” Ngachonmi Tangkhul was gunned down by the paramilitary forces, the DAN constituted Political Affairs Committee (PAC) has condemned the AR’s actions saying it was a “direct violation” of the mutually agreed upon ceasefire ground rules. PAC chairman, Dr. T. M. Lotha in a statement Read more

‘Inimical forces trying to sabotage peace’

DIMAPUR | AUGUST 27: The fate of the 13-year ceasefire between the Government of India and NSCN (I-M) seems to hang on a thin line following Thursday’s incident at Namsa in Mon district where a ‘Major’ of the NSCN (I-M) was allegedly gunned down by security forces. Ceasefire Monitoring Cell (CFMC) convenor ‘Maj Gen’ Phungthing Shimrang alleged that some agencies Read more

Jolt to IM-Delhi cease fire pact, tension high

AR scalps Sr officer of IM group Dimapur, Aug 26: Tension is running high in Nagaland after the Assam Rifles shot dead a self styled ‘army major’ of the NSCN (IM) in Mon district of Nagaland this morning while five NSCN-IM cadres have been reportedly arrested by the Assam Rifles. The NSCN (IM) has strongly condemned the action of the Read more

Ceasefire, reconciliation face stern test

Dimapur | August 26 : In an unexpected development, two separate unrelated incidents has been reported one from Tizit under Mon district and the other from Mekokla village under Wokha district. In the first incident, it was informed that one SS Major belonging to the National Socialist Council of Nagalim was killed in a firing incident involving an Assam Rifles Read more