Rally, sit-in-protest held at tadubi

Rally, sit-in-protest held at tadubi TADUBI (MAO GATE), MAY 24: Angered over the non-withdrawal of the State security forces from Naga areas by Manipur Government, thousands of Mao-Nagas today took to the streets of Tadubi, near Mao Gate, in a public rally. They also raised an effigy of Manipur Chief Minister O. Ibobi Singh and targeted it with spears made Read more

Historic ceasefire incident at Mao gate

Historic ceasefire incident at Mao gate In the light of problem arising out of backtracking, the Government of India commitment by barring the NSCN Supremo, Thuingalen Muivah’s entry into his Native home land by Manipur state security forces following the cabinet’s decision of the Manipur Government headed by Okram Ibobi Singh, Chief Minister of Manipur, is viewed to be one Read more

‘Nagas cannot be separated by anyone’

‘Nagas cannot be separated by anyone’ Dimapur, May 24 (MExN): Accusing the Government of India of adopting the British policy of colonial intrusion, NSCN/GPRN ‘kilo kilonser’ Rh. Raising has said that Nagas cannot be separated by anyone. Holding an ‘interaction on peace and current situation’ at Chumukedima local ground today, Raising said integration is the final solution to independence. “Integration Read more

Karbi students express solidarity to Nagas

Karbi students express solidarity to Nagas Dimapur, May 24 (MExN): Leaders of the Karbi Students’ Association (KSA) and Naga Students Federation (NSF) met at Hotel Nagi in Dimapur today where matter related to the current Nagaland-Manipur tensions was discussed. A press meet was later held. The president of KSA Stalyn Ingti said the KSA had come to discuss and show Read more

Press Release CNCSCC

CHANDEL NAGA CIVIL SOCIETY CO-ORDINATION CORE COMMITTEE Press Release Dated Chamdil: May 24, 2010 The Chandel Naga Civil Society Co-ordination Core Committee in its meeting held today at Chamdil reaffirmed the decision of the United Naga Council and the Naga people in rejecting the imposed Manipur (Hill Areas) Autonomous District Act, 3rd Amendment Act 2008 and enforcement of the ADC Read more


PRESS RELEASE Dated Tahamzam, May 24, 2010 REJOINDER With reference to the news item Sangai Express, dated Imphal May 23 under the heading “Naga Forum Appeal for Peace” is nothing but Shedding a crocodile’s tear in the pretext of the acute inconvenience due to economic blockade by the so called Naga Leader Forum is disgusting. That, such a forum is Read more


PRESS RELEASE Dated Tahamzam, May 24, 2010 Expressing strong resentment against the arrest of two student leaders of Zeliangrong Students’ Union, Manipur (ZSUM) namely Mr. Micah Kamei and Mr. Paul Maithoulung Gangmei on fabricated allegation from Tarung under Senapati District on 20th May 2010 by Manipur Police, the All Naga Students’ Association Manipur (ANSAM) term the arrest as politically motivated Read more


OFFICE OF THE TANGKHUL NAGA FRONTAL ORGANISATIONS AGAINST ADC ELECTION 2010 Tangkhul Naga Long HQ. Oking-Ukhrul REJOINDER PRESS STATEMENT Ukhrul May’24: The Tangkhul Frontal Organisations (Against ADC Election 2010) in its strongest term reiterated to the press statement appeared in the Sangai Express dated May 24,2010 under the headline “Naga Leaders’ Forum appeal for peace”. The TFO while terming the Read more