The Centre has extended a ceasefire agreement with two insurgent groups in Nagaland for one more year from April 28. The ceasefire agreement is between the central government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Reformation) and the National ... Business Standard, 5 days ago
Fencing the border between Myanmar and Nagaland is expected to adversely affect the Naga tribals whose lives straddle both sides of the border.Gautam Sen, an expert on Nagaland, explains why the Indian government needs a more comprehensive and long-term perspective on this issue and why it must take local tribal sensitivities and customs into account. IMAGE: The fencing of the India-Myanmar border in Tuensang district of Nagaland has led to resentment among the Khiamniungan people, many of ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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