KIO Wants Hong Kong Status

By BA KAUNG Wednesday, September 22, 2010 Some of Burma’s armed ethnic groups are seeking the support of the Chinese government in a bid to gain self-autonomy in their regions, a leading think tank disclosed on Tuesday. The International Crisis Group (ICG) said that the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) has had “basic discussions” with Beijing over the contours of a Read more

Press Release

22/10/2010 The NSCN is organising its 30th Agony Day on 27th September 2010 at Council Headquarters and General Headquarters, Naga Army at 7 a.m. sharp. It is felt that the solemn sacrifices made by the martyrs deserved an absolute honour and respect by the NSCN in particular and citizen of Nagalim in general. On this solemn day every nagas are Read more

State govt welcomes summit

DIMAPUR, SEP 21 (EMN): The State Cabinet, in its meeting held at Kohima on Tuesday, September 21, has welcomed the signing of the commitment of the September Summit by the top leaders of the Naga Nationalist groups – NSCN-IM, NSCN-K and the NNC. ‘The commitment of the leaders of the Naga Nationalist groups to reconcile, based on the historical and Read more

Church, Naga Org. welcomes reconciliation move

DIMAPUR, SEP 20 (EMN): The NBCC, Naga Hoho and various other organisations have welcomed the September 18 Summit of the top leaders of the NSCN/GPRN, GPRN/NSCN and NNC/FGN. Ascribing all glory to our Lord Jesus Christ who made the meeting possible despite many hurdles, the Nagaland Baptist Church Council congratulated the Forum for Nagaland Reconciliation (FNR) and the highest level Read more

Press Staement UNC

Dated Tahamzam, 21st September, 2010 The first tripartite meeting of the Government of Manipur(GoM), United Naga Council(UNC) and the Government of India(GoI) was held on the 21st September, 2010 at North Block, New Delhi to address the representation submitted to the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India for an alternative arrangement for the Nagas in Manipur. The meeting was convened by Read more

Top Naga leaders vow to reconcile

PTI Kohima, Sep 19: Top leaders of three Naga underground organisa-tions have met for the first time and vowed to work to-wards ending hostilities among themselves and con-solidating understanding. NSCN (IM) general secr-etary Th Muivah, NSCN (K) general secretary N Kitovi Zhimomi and NNC/FGN pr-esident S Singnya held a me- eting organised by Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) at Dimapur Read more

Greatest News of the decade for Nagas

DIMAPUR, SEP 19: Stating that the ‘September Summit’ that took place on Saturday may be considered as the greatest news of the decade for the Nagas, the Forum for Naga Reconciliation today said it was indeed ‘a priceless gift to the Naga people from our highest level leaders’. After more than two decades, top leaders of the Naga political groups Read more

Press Statement

Dated 18th September, 2010 In view of the commencement of a serious process with the Government of India for securing an Alternative Arrangement for the Nagas in Manipur and to create a congenial atmosphere for the same, it has since been decided to temporarily suspend the economic blockade being enforced on the National Highways in the present state of Manipur. Read more

Muivah to attend highest level meeting

Dimapur, September 16 (MExN): Reiterating that NSCN/GPRN was committed to reconciliation, General Secretary Th Muivah today said that it has been the commitment of the NSCN that they should have reconciliation. Muivah, who arrived Dimapur today further disclosed that he would be attending the highest level meeting called by the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR). On a query about resuming Read more