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NDFB urges Centre for solution

The National Democratic Front of Boroland (Progressive) and the Ranjan Daimary faction of the NDFB urged the Centre to resolve the Bodoland issue immediately. The NDFB (P) and NDFB (R) today observed their 30th foundation day at their respective camps in ... The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

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Calcutta Telegraph, 3 months ago
Indian Express

BJP 'betrayed' us on Bodoland, say major Bodo groups; to revive demand for separate state

Fed up with the "betrayal" by the BJP, major Bodo groups in Assam are determined to go ahead with a 12-hour railway blockade on October 24 to revive the demand for a separate Bodoland state and "expose" the party that rules in the state and Centre. ...
 The Echo Of India2 days ago BJP 'betrayed' us on Bodoland, say Bodo groups; to revive demand  Zee News2 days ago BJP betrayed us on Bodoland, say Bodo groups  Nagaland Post2 days ago Halfway through NDA term, Bodo groups revive statehood demand  Indian Express1 week ago

Plea to solve Bodoland issue

Kokrajhar, Sept. 8: The Peoples' Democratic Movement for Boroland wants the Centre to come clean on the Bodoland issue and hold dialogues with the groups seeking a separate state. Addressing reporters in Kokrajhar today, PDMB president Jebra Ram ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

India-Bangladesh security cooperation

If there is one single pertinent question pertaining to Indo-Bangla relations that needs to be raised, then it would unquestionably be how a country whose liberation was ably aided by its larger neighbour India, and in the military campaign for ...
 Bdnews24.com1 month ago
Asia Times Online

Kokrajhar Massacre: Land Conflict At Root Of Bodo Militancy Analysis

Location of Assam in India. Source: Wikipedia Commons. The terrorists struck again in Assam's restive Bodo-dominated area in India's Northeast on August 5 shattering peace in the region. Three masked gunmen in black raincoat fired indiscriminately ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago Kokrajhar carnage: India must crush militants and address Bodo grievances  Asia Times Online2 months ago
India Blooms

Assam: Remaining Sparks

In one of the worst terrorist attack on the civilians in the recent history of Assam, terrorists of the I.K. Songbijit faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB-IKS) opened indiscriminate fire at a crowded weekly market, Balajan ...
 India Blooms2 months ago

From autonomy to anarchy

Balajan Tiniali (Kokrajhar), Aug. 19: With just the mention of "ongoing operations by security forces", Kumanto Nath, a paan shop owner here, gets angry. "We have heard about such operations earlier too. Nothing happens," he says. On August 5, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago

3 NDFB(S) ultras killed in Sonitpur

Correspondent TEZPUR, Aug 19 - Three hardcore militants of the Songbijit faction of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) were killed in an operation conducted by the CRPF Cobra Commando Force in the wee hours today at a remote hilly ...
 Assam Tribune2 months ago

12 attacks, 200 dead: NDFB(S) has been ruthless in its battle for Bodoland

On Friday, 14 people were killed in Kokrajhar, Assam, when four armed terrorists opened fire at the Balajan Tinali Market area. So far, one terrorist has been killed and the Army has confirmed the involvement of a faction of the National Democratic Front of ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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