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UNC leaders meet Rajnath Singh

By ANI | ANI New Delhi, Sept. 22 (ANI): A delegation of leaders of the United Naga Council (UNC) called upon Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh in New Delhi to apprise him of their issues. The Union Minister assured them that the government is ... Yahoo! India, 1 week ago
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Condemns bomb blast at Ukhrul : UNC / NWU / ANSAM

: UNC / NWU / ANSAM Tahamzam, 18th September, 2014 The United Naga Council(UNC), Naga Women's Union(NWU) and the All Naga Students Association, Manipur(ANSAM) condemns the dastardly act of bomb blast at Ukhrul town on the evening of 17th ...
 E Pao1 week ago Naga organisations condemn Ukhrul blast  Nagaland Post1 week ago UNC, others condemn Ukhrul blast  Sangai Express1 week ago Naga organisations condemn Ukhrul incident  Nagaland Post3 weeks ago
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United Naga Council in Manipur lifts ban on National projects and Traffic

+ Manipur, Sept 12 (ANI): The civil organization, United Naga Council (UNC), in Manipur on Friday lifted its indefinite ban on national projects in the state and on vehicular traffic on national highways. The UNC had called for a shutdown from ...
 International Business Times India2 weeks ago Bandh lifted, supply starts  The Telegraph2 weeks ago UNC lifts ban after Centre's written assurance to resolve Naga issue  Kangla Online2 weeks ago UNC calls off bandh on highways, work ban on Natl projects  Sangai Express2 weeks ago
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Times of India

UNC lifts ban on NH blockade, national projects in Manipur

By ANI | ANI Imphal, Sept.12 (ANI): People in Manipur finally heaved a sigh of relief after the United Naga Council (UNC) lifted the indefinite ban on National Highway blockade and national projects in the Naga inhabited areas yesterday. The ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago UNC lifts blockade  E Pao!2 weeks ago UNC lifts blockade in Manipur  The Assam Tribune2 weeks ago United Naga Council lifts blockade of highways in Manipur  Times of India2 weeks ago
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NDTV

Naga Group Calls for Blockade in Manipur Over Death of Protesters

The United Naga Council has declared an indefinite ban on all vehicular traffic on national and state highways in Naga-dominated areas in Manipur from September 4. The blockade is likely to hit the supply of essential commodities to the state as the ban will ...
 NDTV4 weeks ago Naga Groups Impose Blockade in Manipur  NDTV3 weeks ago Naga blockade  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago
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Ukhrul readies for indefinite highway ban

By R Lester Makang UKHRUL, September 3: As announced earlier by the United Naga Council (UNC) in its 1 September, 2014 Declaration, the Tangkhul Frontal Organizations (TFOs) are readying to enforce an indefinite ban on movement of all vehicles ...
 Kangla Online3 weeks ago TKS blames CM Ibobi for tragic turn of events in Ukhrul  Kangla Online3 weeks ago Ukhrul firing: UNC to block highways, Imphal may be hit  Times of India4 weeks ago UNC declaration of 1st September, 2014 at Ukhrul District HQs  E Pao4 weeks ago
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NDTV

Two Killed in Clashes Between Police and Protesters in Manipur

Imphal: Two people were killed and 15 injured in clashes between Manipur Police and protestors from the United Naga Council in Ukhrul district, nearly 85 kilometres from state capital Imphal. Several demonstrators were also injured, some ...
 NDTV1 month ago 2 women killed in Manipur blast  Assam Tribune1 week ago Two Naga protesters killed in police firing  Times of India1 month ago Ukhrul Tragedy and After  Kangla Online4 weeks ago
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United Naga Council likely to lift Manipur blockade today

With the government of Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh lifting prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC and heavy deployment of police and IRB personnel in Ukhrul district, United Naga Council (UNC) may end its 8-day long economic block
 Zee News2 weeks ago UNC sets deadline for lifting 144 CrPC from Ukhrul  E Pao!2 months ago UNC calls off economic blockade in Manipur  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Revenue in terms of lacs lost due to UNC's bandh

Source: Hueiyen News Service Imphal, September 05 2014 : Owing to the ongoing indefinite bandh imposed by United Naga Council (UNC) in Naga inhabited areas from September 4, revenue worth lakhs of rupees to be collected by Taxation Department ...
 E Pao3 weeks ago UNC bandh affected Chandel  Sangai Express3 weeks ago UNC announces 48 hrs bandh  E Pao!2 months ago Bandh affects normal life in Manipur  The Assam Tribune2 months ago
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Security tightened along national highways in Manipur

in Manipur in view of indefinite blockade by hill-based United Naga Council (UNC) from tomorrow in protest against the death of two persons in police firing on August 30 last. Manipur Education Minister and government spokesman M Okendro said security convoy ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Naga outfit calls indefinite blockade of national highways in Manipur, security tightened  Zee News3 weeks ago Day1 of UNC bandh peaceful  E Pao!3 weeks ago Ahead of blockade, security tightened along highways in Manipur  First Post.com3 weeks ago
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