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UNC039s 48 hours deadline expires October 1 midnight Tripartite talks will continue Biswajit
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11 UNC members to take part in talk

The United Naga Council UNC is all prepared for the tripartite talks on district creation issue on Friday Source The Sangai Express Newmai News Network E Pao!, 1 week ago

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The district creation headache : Conflicting interests

Roll back district creation decision. This is the United Naga Council and various Naga civil societies of Manipur. No roll back of district creation. This is the call from different CSOs of Kangpokpi district spearheaded by the Kuki Students’ Organisation, ...
 Kangla Times2 months ago Tripartite talks held in Manipur  The Assam Tribune2 months ago Do not roll back Kpi bodies  E Pao!2 months ago Districts creation issue Next round of talks on Oct 6 at Senapati dist Hqs  E Pao!2 weeks ago

Feeling the heat from the UNC : Next round of talk

The BJP led Government must be feeling the heat. And it stands that the United Naga Council knows the exact spot to apply the pressure. Deadline is obviously one spot the UNC knows how and when to serve and it is along this line that Works Minister Th ...
 Kangla Times2 weeks ago
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Indian Army cracks down on Naga militants at Myanmar border

Indian Army early Wednesday morning encountered members of the banned National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) [NSCN (K)] along the India-Myanmar border. It, however, refuted claims that it was a surgical strike. “It is reiterated that own ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Army targets Naga insurgents in terror ops along Myanmar border  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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State collective stand on Naga cause Gaidon Kamei

State collective stand on Naga cause : Gaidon Kamei Source: The Sangai Express / Newmai News Network Senapati, October 11 2017: United Naga Council (UNC) has urged Naga politicians in Manipur to shed differences and demonstrate their collective position ...
 E Pao!1 week ago

Naga Martyrs039 Day observed at Mao Gate

United Naga Council (UNC) President Gaidon Kamei said today that suppression by others have been the hallmark of Naga national movement throughout. He also said that for long "we have been suppressed but all these ill treatments meted out to the Nagas by ...
 E Pao!1 month ago
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Indian citizenship regained: The 22-year ordeal of Luingam Luithui for justice

India failed Luingam Luithui, a Naga human rights advocate, by illegally revoking his citizenship 22 years ago. He fought back and won. Luithui and his wife, Peingamla, were forced to become refugees, seek the protection of the United Nations High ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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UNC on drive to know 'friends, boundaries'

UNC on drive to know 'friends, boundaries' "To make a strong Nation we need strong people," said UNC president Gaidon Kamei while addressing the people at the campaign in Chandel district headquarters today. The programe was organized by Chandel Naga People's ...
 E Pao!1 month ago

Tributes paid to 2 slain Ukhrul youths Gaidon cautions against 'traitors'

United Naga Council UNC president Gaidon Kamei said that there is no place in the Naga society for those Nagas working at the behest of the adversaries Source The Sangai Express Newmai News Network
 E Pao!1 month ago
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