No plans to restart ceasefire with NSCN-K: Home ministry

After abrogating the ceasefire, Khaplang`s rebels went on a killing spree, attacking Indian soldiers in Nagaland and Manipur.  

Naga leaders in Myanmar to woo NSCN-K

In a move to bring lasting peace to Nagaland, a group of people representing the civil society in the state has reached Myanmar to bring the NSCN-K back on the peace path.

Centre declares NSCN (K) as terrorist organization

Centre declares NSCN (K) as terrorist organization

The Centre on Monday declared the NSCN -K and all its formations and front organizations as a terrorist organization under the UAPA act.

NSCN-K camp destroyed by Myanmar security forces

India on Tuesday claimed that a camp allegedly belonging to NSCN-K, a banned Naga insurgent group responsible for killing of 18 Army soldiers in Manipur in June, was demolished along the Indo-Myanmar border by the Myanmarese security forces last weekend.

NSCN-K ban order no mention of killing army soldiers

The Union Home Ministry, which banned the Naga insurgent group NSCN-K, responsible for the killing of 18 Indian army soldiers, has made no mention of the outfit's involvement in the deadly attack on June 4 in Manipur.

SS Khaplang never wanted ceasefire: NSCN faction leader

NSCN-K leader SS Khaplang never wanted ceasefire with the Indian government and had agreed to it only because of pressure from the Naga civil society, according to NSCN-Unification general secretary Kitovi Zhimomi.

India denies troops entered Myanmar to act against NSCN-K

Minister of State for External Affairs Gen. VK Singh (retd) on Wednesday said Indian troops operated along the India-Myanmar border and did not enter Myanmar to act against militants of NSCN-K and some other militant groups.

Naga political, social leaders shocked over ban on NSCN-K

 Expressing shock over the ban of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) by the central government, leaders from Nagaland`s political and social arena said the faction deserved opportunities to be allowed to "negotiate" and not be banned.

Militants' plan to blow up Assam bridge busted

A plan by insurgent outfit NSCN-K to blow up a major bridge in Assam`s Silchar town connecting the Barak Valley to the state`s neighbouring Dima Hasao district and Manipur was busted on Tuesday, police said. Four people have been arrested in this connection.

NIA announces Rs 17 lakh reward for info on 2 NSCN-K leaders

Three months after the gruesome attack in Manipur that left 18 army personnel dead, NIA on Thursday announced a bounty of Rs 17 lakh for providing information about two top leaders of militant Naga group NSCN-K including its chief SS Khaplang who were allegedly behind the strike.

NIA announces cash reward for NSCN-K top brass

NIA announces cash reward for NSCN-K top brass

Three months after the gruesome attack in Manipur that left 18 Army personnel dead, NIA Thursday announced a cash reward of Rs 7 lakh for information leading to arrest of S S Khaplang, Chief of NSCN-K, a rebel Naga group allegedly responsible for the killings.

India asks Myanmar to hand over Khaplang, 3 others

India has asked Myanmar to hand over four top leaders of Naga outfit NSCN-K, including its chief SS Khaplang, holding them responsible for killing of 18 Army soldiers in Manipur on June 4.

Naga pact only a 'formula', will talk to other CMs: Zeliang

Naga peace pact is only a "formula" for a final accord, Nagaland Chief Minister T R Zeliang today asserted while seeking to allay apprehensions of other northeastern states, and said that he other members of Assembly were even ready to step down to make a new beginning.

Major terror strikes planned by NSCN-K, ULFA-I averted in four Northeastern states

Major terror strikes planned by NSCN-K, ULFA-I averted in four Northeastern states

Security forces have averted major terror strikes in four northeastern states planned jointly by militant outfits NSCN-K and ULFA-I, an official said on Wednesday.

NSCN-K stationed groups of militants in Nagaland, Arunachal

Naga insurgent group NSCN-K has stationed small groups of its cadres at various strategic locations in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh, Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Abrogation of truce by NSCN-K caused pain, concern: Rajnath

The unilateral abrogation of ceasefire by dominant Naga insurgent group NSCN-K "has caused pain and concern" to the people of Nagaland and the state and the central governments, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today.

Nagaland CM wants NSCN-K to resume ceasefire

Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang on Saturday urged the central government to convince the NSCN-K to resume the ceasefire to avoid further violence in the state by the militant group.

Villages along Indo-Myanmar border at mercy of insurgents, says Rajnath Singh

Villages along Indo-Myanmar border at mercy of insurgents, says Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh Saturday painted a grim security situation in the country's border with Myanmar and Bhutan where there were reports of insurgents, weapons and drugs crossing over and said that his ministry was taking measures to effectively manage the international borders.

One NSCN-K militant killed after encounter with security forces in Manipur

An encounter between militants of the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) and personnel of the 11 Assam Rifles took place in the Chandel district of Manipur on Thursday morning.

Rajnath Singh to meet northeast CMs on terror, border issues

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh would meet chief ministers of eight northeastern states in Guwahati on July 11 to discuss and finalise strategies to deal with terror and border management, officials said here Thursday.