NIA files chargesheet against 5 cops for selling arms to Naga militants

Probing an unusual case of law enforcers turning rogue, NIA has charge sheeted five policemen including one of the rank of Superintendent of Police for allegedly selling arms to cadres of Naga militant group NSCN-IM.

Centre asks Nagaland govt to stop NSCN-IM levying `tax`

The Centre has asked the Nagaland government to stop NSCN-IM from levying "tax" on common people.

NSCN-IM cadre arrested, official rescued

Two cadre of NSCN-IM were arrested and a government official was rescued from their clutches during a joint operation in troubled Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh, the police said Wednesday.

Naga militant leader among three arrested with drugs

Three persons, including an NSCN-IM leader were arrested with illegal pseudoephedrine tablets and heroin in interior Thoubal district, official sources said on Monday.

Centre trying hard to resolve Naga issues: Shinde

The Centre is working with various stakeholders to find out a "workable solution" to the vexed Naga political problem, Union Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said Monday.

Arms, ammunition seized from NSCN-IM man

In a major haul ahead of the state Assembly elections in Nagaland, security forces have seized a huge cache of arms and ammunition from a suspected National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM) man in Kohima.

PM assures Manipur delegation of territorial integrity

The Centre will not compromise on Manipur`s territorial integrity while working out a `peace package` with the NSCN-IM.

Manipur molestation: NSCN-IM leader`s photo releas

Three weeks after a leader of the Naga insurgent outfit NSCN-IM allegedly molested a Manipuri actress, the Manipur government Friday made his photo public.

Protests continue in Manipur, curfew reimposed

The government had also instituted an inquiry committee to probe the circumstances leading to the firing that led to the killing of the journalist, who was filming the protests Sunday.

Five policemen suspended for Manipur firing

Five police personnel have been placed under suspension in connection with the incident in which a 29-year-old journalist was killed in police firing in Manipur, official sources said on Monday.

Manipur journalist killed in police firing

A journalist was killed in police firing in Manipur on Sunday during protests against alleged molestation of a movie actress by a militant of the NSCN-IM.

NSCN-IM commander Clinson nabbed in Assam

An NSCN-IM commander `major` Clinson was apprehended at Longmang village under Haflong police station in Assam`s Dima Hasao district and arms recovered from the area.

Three killed in NSCN factional fight

Three persons were killed and as many, including two passers-by, suffered bullet wounds in a suspected factional clash between two rival groups of NSCN in the heart of Dimapur town, police said today.

Nagaland CM in capital for finalise Naga peace modalities

NSCN, formed in 1980, has been fighting the Indian state over creation of a sovereign state of Nagalim.

NSCN-IM indulging in violence: Chidambaram

Home Minister P Chidambaram has accused
Naga insurgent group NSCN-IM of indulging in kidnapping and
other unlawful activities.

Heated exchange between NSCN-IM and govt

Tiff at a camp of
NSCN-IM when demand to travel to the home town with their own security while centre wants them to do so with government security.

Manipur JD (U) demands written assurance from PC

The Manipur unit of Janata Dal
(United) Wednesday demanded written assurance from union Home
Minister P Chidambaram that the Centre will not make a `supra state body` for Nagas.

Naga talks in Delhi; NSCN-IM meets interlocutor

Naga rebel group NSCN-IM and
Centre`s interlocutor RS Pandey have engaged in informal
talks to accelerate the ongoing peace process and find an
honourable solution to the vexed issue.

NSCN-IM owns killing of Naga couple in Manipur

Naga militant outfit, NSCN-IM Wednesday owned the responsibility for killing Vareingam Shimray (35) and his wife, Ngaherla in Manipur`s hilly Ukhrul district bordering with Myanmar.

Satisfied with peace talks with PM: NSCN-IM chief

NSCN-IM chairman Issac Chishi Swu
Tuesday termed his discussions with Prime Minister Manmohan
Singh last month as "fruitful" and said the next round of
talks was likely to be held after two weeks.