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NSCN K justifies Naga movement

The proscribed National Socialist Council of Nagaland led by SS Khaplang or the NSCN (K) has staunchly justified its armed movement against India. In a statement issued by its Ministry of Information & Publicity (MIP), NSCN (K) said the banning of NSCN/GPRN ... E Pao!, 16 hours ago

Nagas are not Indians NSCN K

The NSCN K has said that the ban on the outfit and re imposing the redundant Armed Forces Special Powers Acts AFSPA in Naga country proves that Nagas are not Indians and India is a foreign power desperate to prolong her illegitimate political hegemony over ...
 E Pao!17 hours ago
The Telegraph

Panel to shield Sadar Hills

Worried over the likely impact of the agreement between the NSCN (Isak-Muivah) and the Centre, when it is finally signed, on Sadar Hills in Senapati district of Manipur, village chiefs and citizens' organisations today resolved to oppose any step that would ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago NSCN IM condoles  E Pao!1 week ago NSCN KMyanmar panel discuss CF accord  E Pao!2 weeks ago Ban on NSCN-K for 5 years  The Telegraph2 weeks ago

Kuki chiefs vow to safeguard land

In the wake of the recent NSCN(IM)-Centre peace agreement and the passing of the three bills by the assembly, Kuki village chief and civil bodies of Sadar Hills in Manipur's Senapati district on Friday vowed to safeguard their land and defend their rights.
 Times of India2 days ago

‘Free Naga political prisoners’

A day after the Naga Hoho, the apex Naga organisation, appealed to both the Centre and the NSCN-IM to expedite the peace process, the Nagaland Congress has given a new twist by asking New Delhi to release all Naga political prisoners languishing in different ...
 Asian Age2 days ago

NSCN-R flays Khaplang

A militant group in Nagaland has launched a " tu tu-main main " blamegame with its former mentor in Myanmar. The last born of Naga rebel factions, NSCN (Reformation), has accused the Myanmar-based S.S. Khaplang of failing to consolidate Naga areas in Myanmar ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago

Naga peace hostage to Delhi's doublespeak

New Delhi made no effort whatsoever to prevent the NSCN(K) from calling off the truce or to address the issues that led the outfit to take such a decision. This is rather surprising because everyone knows there cannot be permanent peace in the Naga ...
 Asian Age3 days ago
The Telegraph

Khole support for accord

There is no need to condemn the ongoing dialogue between the Centre and the NSCN (Isak-Muivah) but there is a crying need for Nagas to unite for an inclusive settlement, the chairman of the Khole-Kitovi faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago First Naga breakaway group supports peace accord  Prokerala4 weeks ago
South Asian Terrorism Portal

Two NSCN-R cadres arrested in Nagaland

 South Asian Terrorism Portal1 week ago Centre to absorb some NSCN I M cadres into SF Acharya  E Pao!3 weeks ago Nagaland Post: Centre to absorb some NSCN (I-M) cadres into SF Acharya  Kangla Online3 weeks ago Two NSCN (K) cadres killed in encounter with security forces in Nagaland  Asian Age1 month ago

North-East sees drop in abduction cases this year; NSCN (K) continues to pose threat

Kidnappings, a staple insurgent activity in the North-East, has seen a significant decline this year, with the worst-affected state of Assam showing a nearly 70 per cent drop.
 Economic Times1 week ago
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