AAPSU declares 60-hr state-wide bandh,

ITANAGAR, Jul 19: All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) today announced its decision to go ahead with its third phase of agitation in the form of 60-hour state-wide bandh from 12th August 5 am to 14th August 5pm. This decision of the Apex students’ body came after consultation with its federal units in a general meeting held here on Friday and Read more

NSCN (I-M) clarifies on CF areas; denies sheltering Pachaspura accused

Dimapur JULY 19: NSCN (I-M) has rubbished Cease-Fire Monitoring Cell (CFMC) chairman Lt. Gen. (Retd) N.K. Singh’s claim that cease-fire between the government of India and the group was operational only within the state of Nagaland. NSCN (I-M) CFMC convenor of NSCN (I-M) Kraibo Chawang on Saturday maintained that NSCN (I-M) stood by the agreement signed between the two entities Read more

UNC urges centre to expedite tripartite talks

Dimapur JULY 19: United Naga Council (UNC) has reminded the Government of India (GOI) to expedite the process on the tripartite talks for an alternative arrangement outside the Government of Manipur (GoM) and to revoke the imposition of 144 Cr PC as well as remove the communal state forces – Police Commandos and Manipur IRB – from Naga areas to Read more

Assam Police raid Naga border villages; destroy over 200 houses

Dimapur JULY 19: Tension returned to Dimapur-Karbi Anglong border area, after over 200 structures including houses, hutments, newly built concrete houses in Sensolikum Village and Meranger Range were allegedly destroyed by Assam Police personnel Saturday. The destruction began at around 3.30 a.m. and ended at around 1.00 pm. Assam Police personnel also reportedly used explosives and resorted to indiscriminate firing Read more

Organizations condemn raid by 19 AR

Dimapur JULY 19: Different organizations have condemned the act of 19 Assam Rifles personnel who raided the residence of district fishery officer (DFO), Wokha, Ketusielie Kuotsu at Officers’ Hill (Thegabakha), Kohima, in the wee hours of July 12. NKU: Condemning the action of 19 Assam Rifles, Naga Kuotsu Union (NKU) said even after identifying himself as well as his wife, Read more

71st. CFMG meeting held in Chumukedima

Dimapur, July 17:After five months, representatives of Government of India and members of NSCN (I-M) Cease-Fire Monitoring Cell (CFMC) held the 71st Cease-Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG) meeting at Police complex, Chumukedima Thursday. The meeting that lasted around one hour reportedly discussed various issues among which the heightened tension in Ukhrul, Manipur in the aftermath of the killing of Ngalangzar—- on Read more

UNC calls 24 hour bandh

SENAPATI, July 14 (NNN): The United Naga Council (UNC) has threatened to call a 24 hours bandh in ‘Naga areas’ of Manipur from the midnight of July 15 in protest against what it called ‘the military strength show’ of Manipur Chief Minister Okrom Ibobi Singh against the Nagas and also for the immediate implementation of ‘Alternative Arrangement’. UNC general secretary Read more