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Ulfa demands cop apology

Ulfa (I) today demanded an apology from police for detaining the son of Anup Chetia, the outfit's general secretary and founder member, for several hours in Upper Assam's Sivasagar district recently. The police picked up Chetia's son, Sagar, from a bus around ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago

LBA success may help Chetia deportation

Guwahati: The India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement bill, which was cleared by the Lok Sabha on Thursday, will not only pave the way for settling the decades-long border dispute between the two countries, but has given rise to fresh hope about ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Bangla opposition leader shifted to ICU in Shillong

Former Bangladesh MP Salahuddin. Ten days after he was found under mysterious circumstances in Shillong and arrested for violating the Foreigners Act, former Bangladesh MP Salahuddin Ahmed was on Thursday shifted to an ICU at NEIGRIHMS Hospital in ...
 Indian Express3 days ago

Ulfa-I may be a spent force but not Paresh

Guwahati: The Centre may want to write off the Ulfa (Independent) as a spent force, but not its leader Paresh Baruah, whose recent activities have brought him back to the limelight. A top security source said Ulfa(I) may not be a strong force, but ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Ulfa plea to Centre for early solutions

Guwahati, May 15: The pro-talks faction of Ulfa today urged the Centre for early resolution of pending issues, particularly the demand for Scheduled Tribe status for six communities of the state. An Ulfa delegation led by its chairman Arabinda ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Pro-talk ULFA, Centre hold talks  Assam Tribune1 week ago

Good-Neighbour Bangladesh Acts Against Anti-India Insurgents Analysis

By Rupak Bhattacharjee* In yet another instance of good neighbourliness, Bangladesh has held two northeastern militants responsible for abetting cross-border terrorism. In a landmark judgment on April 8, a court in northern Bangladesh's ...
 Eurasia Review2 weeks ago

Bdesh court jails 2 ULFA leaders for life

A Bangladesh court on Wednesday sentenced two United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) leaders, Ranjan Chowdhury and his associate Pradip Marak, to life imprisonment, media reported. The two men were arrested on July 17, 2012, from Lakhsmipur in ...
 Nagaland Post1 month ago Bangladesh court sentences two ULFA leaders to life terms  Sify1 month ago Bangladesh court jails two ULFA leaders for life (Lead)  South Asia Monitor1 month ago

Ulfa rebel gets life term in Dhaka

April 8: An Ulfa member who is an Indian national and his Bangladeshi aide were today sentenced to life by a court in Bangladesh on charges of terrorism. Ulfa leader Ranjan Chowdhury alias "Major" Ranjan and his Bangladeshi aide Pradip Marak, who ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Indian among two ULFA members sentenced to life in Bangladesh  Oneindia1 month ago 2 Ulfa members get life  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago Indian among 2 Ulfa members sentenced to life  Asian Age1 month ago
New Age Bangladesh

Dhaka intensifies efforts to bring back Noor Hossain

Dhaka has intensified its move to bring back Noor Hossain, the prime accused in Narayanganj seven murder case, from India under an extradition treaty as investigations into the gruesome killing were almost at the final stage. The home ministry on ...
 New Age Bangladesh2 months ago
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