Assam’s baseless accusation will create mistrust & enmity

Dimapur, August 25 (MExN): Chief Minister of Nagaland Neiphiu Rio today said Assam government’s juvenile accusations against Nagaland will only create enmity considering such wild allegations come from the mouths of “responsible leaders.” The Chief Minister’s Secretariat issued a brief note today in response to Assam’s allegations yesterday that Nagaland was indulging in aggression. “Issuing of such immature statements and Read more

Kuki armed groups to deposit arms, ammo by September 20

Imphal August 22: All arms and ammunitions of the Kuki based militant outfits under Suspension of Operation (SoO) will be kept at the Armoury of designated camps or with the nominated police stations or security force camps under double lock by 20th of next month, September 20.The development to the tripartite Suspension of Operations (SoO) agreements between the Government of Read more

UNC blockade extended

Imphal, Aug 23: The 20-day long economic blockade imposed on the two national highways leading to Manipur by the United Naga Council (UNC) which is supposed to end at 6 am of August 24, has been extended by another 25 days. The ongoing blockade began since 6 am of August 4. The spokesman of UNC said tonight over phone that Read more

UNC sees red, questions New Delhi’s sincerity

IMPHAL, Aug 22 : Taking strong exception to the reported statement made by Union Home Minister P Chidambaram in the Lok Sabha on August 19 that “..no question of altering the integrity of the State of Manipur”, the United Naga Council (UNC) asserted that as Chidambaram represented the Government of India in the Lok Sabha, he must bear full responsibility Read more

UNC flays Home Minister’s statement

Taking strong exception to a statement purportedly made by union home minister P. Chidambaram in the Lok Sabha on August 19, that there was “no question of altering the integrity of the state of Manipur,” the United Naga Council (UNC) Sunday asked the government of India to clarify the sincerity of its stand in addressing the political issue of Nagas Read more

Centre rules out ‘Greater Nagaland’

Naga areas under Manipur will remain part of the state: Chidambaram Dimapur | August 19 : The Government of India today ruled out any move to alter the boundary of States in the Northeast to accommodate the demand for ‘Greater Nagaland’. Union Home Minister P Chidambaram Thursday in Parliament ruled out division of Manipur as demanded by some Naga groups Read more

Naga I-Day celebrated in Ukhrul

Addie Chiphang Ukhrul, Aug 14 : In a historic and unique event, the 64th Naga Independence Day was celebrated at a jam packed Ukhrul Town Hall here today. The function was attended by over thousands of people from all walks of life including representatives from Naga civil societies and high ranking representatives from NSCN/ GP- RN. Retired Commander in Chief Read more

No to solution within Indian constitution

DIMAPUR, AUGUST 14: “We were free Nagas… we are today and we will be tomorrow…” was the firm declaration of the ‘Kilo Kilonser’ of the NSCN/GPRN, Rh. Raising Saturday, August 14 at Camp Hebron. The ‘Kilo Kilonser’ was addressing the 64th Naga Independence Day celebration held at the headquarters of the NSCN/GPRN, where Raising was the chief guest. Reiterating the Read more

Naga Reconciliation needs Paradigm Shift

Dimapur, August 10: The Forum for Naga Reconciliation has stated that reconciliation can come about when the Naga groups are prepared for “dynamic paradigm shift.” The forum reiterated its call for a meeting of the top leaders of the three Naga groups – NNC/FGN, GPRN/NSCN and NSCN/GPRN – for consummation of the Naga reconciliation process. Addressing a press conference at Read more