Naga groups-FNR meet

Morung Express October 10 :The Joint Working Group (JWG) of the signatories to the Covenant of Reconciliation met on Saturday, October 9, 2010 in the “spirit of cooperation and respect for each other” and agreed to a five point ‘commitment’ among which was a decision to clamp down on kidnappings and extortions. “Acknowledging that kidnappings and extortions have become an Read more

Press Release

05th Oct. 2010 Despite various intolerable circumstances, the NSCN is all out for reconciliation based on the historical and political rights of the Nagas. While Nagas across the length and breadth of Nagalim are striving for reconciliation and peace-process, there are few notorious politicians who are deliberately striving to fragment the Naga society and sabotage the on going Indo-Naga peace Read more

Press Release NISC

A Naga International Support Center, NISC www.nagalim.nl A human rights organization Amsterdam, October 3 2010 Press Release Anthony Shing disappeared Did the Nepal authorities hit on the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) by arresting him? Anthony Shing, a high ranking officer of the NSCN left Bangkok for Kathmandu by Royal Nepal Airlines on September 27 2010. Though he was Read more

Nepal group takes up missing Naga leader’s cause Kathmandu

October 3 (Agencies): Nepal’s biggest organisation of indigenous peoples has taken up the cause of a rebel leader from India’s Nagaland state who reportedly went missing last week after arriving at Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport from Bangkok. ‘We were alerted by an organisation in the Philippines, the Asian Indigenous People’s Pact, that Ningkhan Shimray, head of the foreign affairs of Read more

Top NSCN (IM) leader ‘disappears’ from Nepal

Dimapur, October 2 (MExN): The Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights today said one Anthony Shing, “head of foreign affairs” of the NSCN (IM), has ‘disappeared’. The note said Shing, alias Ningkhan Shimray, 49 years old, ‘disappeared’ on September 27, around 6:00 PM from Tribhuvan Airport, Kathmandu in Nepal. A letter addressed to the Indian and Nepal government from the Read more

UNC asserts demand for ‘alternative arrangement’

September 27 : The United Naga Council and the Committee for Alternative Arrangement today reiterated their demand for an alternative administrative arrangement for Nagas in Manipur. The UNC said the demand is “to help us avoid a violent conflagration that the Nagas in Manipur are faced with at this juncture.” The demand was reiterated to the Prime Minister of India Read more

Open letter to the Naga people from America

September 23: Expressing their joy over the September 18 historic meeting of the top leaders of Naga political groups and the agreement that was signed, four prominent Baptist leaders from America saluted the leaders along with members of the Forum for Naga Reconciliation who they stated had “worked so tirelessly and courageously to orchestrate these discussions”. Pointing out that the Read more

Press Release NISC

A Naga International Support Center , NISC Amsterdam, September 23 2010 Press Release Reconciliation of Nagas a threat to the Government of India ’s unpublished policies? As the road to concrete reconciliation is a difficult one vowing to do just that is no token endeavor. Thus, the Naga International Support Center congratulates the Naga groups for, under the auspices of Read more

Manipur: Separate admin for hill districts demanded

Dimapur, September 22 (MExN): A separate administrative unit for five districts in Manipur is demanded for by “hill tribal people” for reasons that the rights of the hills’ people have been suppressed by the Meiteis for a very long time. This oppression will not be tolerated any longer as ‘enough is enough’ said a letter addressed to the Prime Minister Read more