NIA to probe killing of three armymen by NSCN in Arunachal Pradesh

The NIA will probe the killing of three army personnel by suspected NSCN militants in Arunachal Pradesh recently.

Three NSCN cadres arrested in Kohima

Troops of 19 Assam Rifles nabbed four persons, including three NSCN(K) cadres in Kohima with arms and ammunition.

NSCN cadre arrested in Jorhat

A joint team of Jorhat Police and special crime branch of the CBI have arrested a NSCN-IM rebel in connection with killing of former Arunachal MP Wangcha Rajkumar.

NSCN cadre killed in clash in Nagaland

A Naga underground cadre was allegedly killed in a clash between rival groups of NSCN in capital town here Friday.

Two NSCN cadres gunned down In Arunachal

Security forces gunned down two NSCN cadres in a fierce encounter in troubled Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.

Two killed in NSCN clash in Nagaland

In a suspected clash between rival NSCN factions, two persons were shot dead while another suffered bullet injuries in the heart of Dimapur town in Nagaland today.

NSCN rejects ban on movement of cadres with arms

The Isak-Muivah and Khaplang groups of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) have rejected the ban imposed by the Cease Fire Monitoring Group.

NSCN factional fighting compels villagers to fle

Turf war between two factions of NSCN were reported from Ojakho and Chasa villages in Longding and Tirap districts of Arunachal Pradesh forcing the villagers to leave their homes.

Student killing: Hundreds join protest rally

Hundreds of people staged a public rally in Nagaland’s Zunheboto town protesting the killing of a student in the gunfight between two rival factions of NSCN in civilian area.

Boy killed, two injured in NSCN factional fight

A teenage boy was killed and two others were injured when cadres from two rival groups of NSCN engaged in a gunfight in a residential colony in Zunheboto town, police said here Wednesday.

Another Naga outfit signs ceasefire pact

The Kitovi-Khole faction of the Naga Socialist Council of Nagalim (NSCN) has signed the ceasefire agreement with the Centre, but refused give up its arms before a final solution to the decades old Indo-Naga issue is reached.

Govt signs ceasefire pact with NSCN (Khole-Kitovi)

The Centre Friday signed a ceasefire agreement with Khole-Kitovi faction of the NSCN for a year beginning tomorrow.

One killed in clash in Kohima

In a clash, suspected to be
between two rival factions of NSCN, one activist was killed
near the high
security Nagaland civil secretariat.

NSCN trade bandh hit normal life

All trade and commercial
activities in Nagaland came to a halt since Wednesday morning as
NSCN(I-M) called 36-hour trade bandh.

Arabinda Rajkhowa meets NSCN leaders

An 18 member ULFA team led by its
chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa has made a courtesy visit to GPRN/NSCN camp near Dimapur.

‘Ceasefire applicable to both groups of NSCN’

The truce supervisory board has clarified that the ceasefire of two Naga underground outfits is in vogue with both NSCN faction.

Khaplang issues counter expulsions, splits in NSCN

The anticipated process of
further splits in NSCN (K) completed when its expelled
chairman has come up with counter-expulsion orders against
senior functionaries of GPRN/NSCN terming the later as
"unification group".

SC transfers NSCN leader`s trial to Delhi

Accepting a plea by CBI, the
Supreme Court today transferred the murder trial involving
Naga militant leader Hopeson Ningshen, from Manipur to New
Delhi, to prevent possible ethnic backlash or threat to the
accused.

NSCN holds talks with new govt pointsman

In a fresh bid to solve the
vexed Naga issue, NSCN-IM on Tuesday held the first round of talks
with the government`s newly appointed pointsman R S Pandey
during which the group submitted a list of 30 demands that
includes sovereignty for Nagaland.

Two NSCN cadres surrender in Assam

Two NSCN(IM) cadres on Saturday
surrendered at the Moran army camp in Assam`s Sibsagar
district, official sources said.