Press Release NISC

A Naga International Support Center , NISC A human rights organization Amsterdam, June 14 2011 Press Release Talking Peace or Peace Talks? The Government of India knows very well the Nagas want to govern themselves on the basis of their right to self determination. They have stood firm on this right since India decisively incorporated then separated them by agreeing Read more

40 PULF cadres lay down arms

Sangai Express IMPHAL, Jun 14 : In a landmark event, 40 cadres of a PULF faction led by its leader Umar Farooque and one cadre of KCP (Nando group) surrendered to the Government today together with Umar Farooque himself. In a ‘home-coming ceremony’ held at Hqs IG AR (South) at Mantripukhri today, the 41 cadres led by Umar Farooque laid Read more

Circulation

GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF NAGALIM  Office of the Secretary Ministry of Kilo Affairs  Dated: Hebron, 13th June 2011 CIRCULAR   In pursuance of the resolution No. 2, of the Tatar Hoho Budget Session 2011 – 2012 and resolution No. 4 of the Kilo Ministry and Regional Authorities- CAOs, EOs & PO held on 4th May 2011, this is to Read more

Khaplang issues expulsion orders

Morung Express JUNE 10 : Using the nomenclature of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland and also addressing himself as the Chairman, SS Khaplang today issued two separate expulsion orders one for Azheto Chophy and members of the unification group and another expelling General Secretary N. Kitovi Zhimomi. The expulsion orders were issued to the media through P. Tikhak, describing Read more

Press release

 9th June 2011 NSCN would like to clarify that the opinions expressed by some members in private on the split in the Khehoi camp following the impeachment and expulsion of its Chairman SS.Khaplang have found its way to the press as appeared in some local papers. The NSCN have officially not discussed anything on the matter in any manner whatsoever Read more

NSCN reitarates Indian Intelligence

JUNE 4 : The NSCN/GPRN has stated that the report in some papers that two women from Thailand namely Amphai Thongthang and Parcee Thongthang are NSCN operative had come as a matter of surprise. “Given the fact that they have in-laws in India who happened to be Nagas it must be a matter of family relationship, the link that nobody Read more