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Terms of Naga peace pact still hazy
Times of India

Terms of Naga peace pact still hazy

NEW DELHI: While peace talks with the Nagas have been on intermittently since 1997, it was after the election of Narendra Modi as PM that they picked up pace. National Security Adviser Ajit Doval and the Centre's chief interlocutor R N Ravi engaged ... Times of India, 1 day ago

Give subsidy on pulses: State to Centre

BHUBANESWAR: The state government has urged the Centre to supply pulses at subsidized rates. The Centre has decided to import 5,000 tonne arhar dal to check its spiraling price. "If there is any component of subsidy on pulses, the state government ...
 Times of India4 weeks ago

NSCN-Khaplang toeing the line of PLA

New Delhi : NSCN-Khaplang, which was suspected to have been involved in the killing of 18 Armymen in Manipur recently, abrogated its ceasefire pact with the Centre following instructions from Chinese People's Liberation Army, a senior government ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

The history of insurgency in Nagaland

India overthrew the British rule and became independent. But just a day earlier, Nagas revolted against the Indian government, declaring that they were a separate nation and would not accept New Delhi's rule. Led Angami Zapu Phizo, the Nagas ...
 IBNLive India News20 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Naga peace accord: Key moments of the insurgency

The Nagas are spread over what is now known as the state of Nagaland, besides Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh and Assam; some Naga tribes are also based in Myanmar. The beginning 1918: Organisation known as Naga Club formed by a few Naga chiefs to ...
 Hindustan Times23 hours ago

India: Parliament session facing washout?

Satish Misra 31 July 2015 Analysis The twenty-four days long Monsoon session of Parliament, which began on July 21, looks like facing a total washout as the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ...
 Observer India1 day ago

Asia's resource scramble

Competition for strategic natural resources — including water, mineral ores, and fossil fuels — has always played a significant role in shaping the terms of the international economic and political order. But now that competition has ...
 Jordan Times1 week ago

Maldives: How independent is Independence?

N. Sathiya Moorthy 24 July 2015 Analysis For a nation celebrating the golden jubilee of the country's Independence, Maldives has been at sixes and sevens through the previous year. And for a people who have taken politics and democracy ...
 Observer India1 week ago

Bangladesh: Huji, Al-Qaeda nexus cause for concern

Joyeeta Bhattacharjee 17 July 2015 Analysis Recently security agencies arrested 12 activists of the banned militant organisation Harkatul Jihad in Bangladesh. These arrests revealed that the group was preparing merger with the South Asia ...
 Observer India2 weeks ago
Outlook Traveller

Sailing the waters of the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea

Go on a cruise to Myanmar, Malaysia and Singapore aboard the Swan Hellenic Line's ship, Minerva Outlook Traveller The Minerva sets sail on the high seas1/7photos Joao Almeida / Age / Dinodia Passengers on the Yangon Circular Railway2/7photos ...
 Outlook Traveller2 weeks ago
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