Naga Hoho concerned at Ukhrul situation

DIMAPUR, July 25: The Naga Hoho has expressed ‘deep concern’ at the promulgation of 144 CrPC and militarization of Ukhrul town.   “We are deeply concerned over the militarization of Ukhrul Town by deployment of huge Manipur Police Commandos and IRB and promulgation of 144 CrPC which has disturbed the peace and tranquility of the Town,” a statement issued by Read more

NPMHR on Issues of Concern

In the spirit of dialogue and the desire to foster understanding, the Naga Peoples’ Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) would like to share some of our present concerns, acknowledging that the Naga people are currently going through a crisis. The challenges have been created from within and without. Our collective inability to constructively address them has been exploited to its Read more

NSCN-IM investigating ADC member killing

DIMAPUR, july 24: The NSCN-IM has been concertedly investigating the murder of Ngalangzar Malue, the 60 years old member of Autonomous District Council (ADC) killed on July 12 in the Imphal-Ukhrul road. This was disclosed by NSCN-IM Cease Fire Monitoring Cell (CFMC) convenor Kraibo Chawang while addressing a press conference at his office here in Dimapur on Wednesday. Former vice chairman Read more

Public stage dharna in Ukhrul

Ukhrul,July 24:In spite of the prohibitory order clamped in Ukhrul town, the Tangkhul social organisations staged a peaceful sit-in protest and imposed “public curfew” on Thursday to exert pressure on the government to meet their persisting demands on the prevailing situation post-July 12 incident. The townsmen clad in black-colour attires – as a mark of protest against the developing “volatile Read more

Dr Mukul Sangma’s tribal status Garo miltants lash out at GHADC

SHILLONG, Jul 24: The tribal status of Meghalaya chief minister Dr Mukul Sangma has come to the fore again with Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) in a strong message to the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC), has expressed its resentment to the attempt made to modify the existing customary laws, through codification. The GNLA’s political secretary, Bikdot Nikjang Marak Read more

Kuki chiefs are unanimous to oppose New Land Use Policy

IMPHAL, Jul 24: The Kuki chiefs have unanimously resolved on Thursday to oppose in toto the Manipur Government’s New Land Use Policy (NLUP), the Village Development Committee (VDC) Act, and the Right to Fair Compensation & Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation & Resettlement Act, 2013, conveyed a press release issued by Kuki Inpi Manipur. Subsequent to the filing of a Read more

NSCN (IM) questions CFMG Chairman Singh

Asserts that the Ceasefire agreement was “bilateral” and says one side alone cannot unilaterally drop clauses in the agreement. DIMAPUR, JULY 23 : The NSCN (IM) has responded to the Chairman of the Cease-Fire Monitoring Group (CFMG), Lt. Gen. (Retd) NK Singh, for the latter’s comment on the area of coverage of the Ceasefire between the NSCN (IM) and Government Read more

NSCN (IM) states its position on current events

MIP, GPRN Oking:23-07-2014. Serious and coordinated efforts need be put in if the current peace process is to be preserved by all section of the Nagas and all peace denied peoples all over, no matter their present locations. Consequences of disruption will definitely engulf much larger area of unrest not only in the region but peace-targeted efforts in the long Read more

UNC calls 48 hour bandh

IMPHAL July 23: With no action from the Central government to the five day ultimatum served by the United Naga Council (UNC), the council today announced a 48 hour bandh on vehicular movement in all the national highways in Naga areas in Manipur from midnight of July 24. Educational institutions, medical, power and water supply, postal service will be exempted from Read more