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Delhi Police being sensitised towards people from northeast: Rajnath Singh

Delhi Police being sensitised towards people from northeast: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that Delhi Police is being sensitised to the security needs of people from the north-eastern states living in the national capital.

Ceasefire pact with two Naga insurgent groups extended

A ceasefire pact between the government and two Naga insurgent groups NSCN (Khole-Kitovi) and NSCN-Reformation was extended on Tuesday for one more year.

Manipur ambush: Five NSCN(K) cadres involved in killing of 18 Armymen handed over to NIA

Manipur ambush: Five NSCN(K) cadres involved in killing of 18 Armymen handed over to NIA

The Army have arrested five insurgents of NSCN (Khaplang) involved in the June 4 ambush of a military convoy in Manipur's Chandel district which killed 18 armed forces personnel, sources said on Thursday.

Govt working sincerely to solve Naga issue: PM Modi

The central government is working sincerely towards a solution to the decades-old Naga political issue besides committing itself to development of the entire North East region, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said here on Thursday.

Intelligence agencies suspect China's role in Northeast terrorist attacks: Reports

Intelligence agencies suspect China's role in Northeast terrorist attacks: Reports

The Indian intelligence agencies are suspecting China's role in the recent attacks on security forces by terror outfits in Northeast region of the nation, reports claimed on Monday.

Dimapur lynching: Nagaland CM blames social media, alleged rapist's brother cries foul

Dimapur lynching: Nagaland CM blames social media, alleged rapist's brother cries foul

As Nagaland capital struggled to return to normalcy following the lynching of an alleged rapist, Chief Minister TR Zeliang said he felt that social media users played a role in the flare-up and warned people against spreading rumours.

Constitutional amendment demanded to protect Arunachal tribes

The Arunachal Pradesh unit of BJP has demanded a constitutional amendment to delete the words "any Naga tribe" suffixed after the Nocte, Tangsa, Wancho, Tutsa and other tribes in the Scheduled Tribes list of the state.

Rio for early settlement of Naga problem

Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio on Thursday urged the Centre for early solution to the Naga problem for permanent peace in the state.

700-yr-old Nag temple thrown open for public in Doda

Doors of 700-year-old Subar Nag temple, a symbol of Naga Cult, were thrown open on eve of Baisakhi as scores of devotees across the country on Friday thronged the shrine as part of annual Nag Yatra.

SC Jamir not to contest the Nagaland polls

Veteran Congress leader S C Jamir will not contest the Nagaland Assembly elections and continue to play a `more effective role` during the entire poll campaign.

Don`t know if I can help resolve Naga issue, says Manipur CM to Shinde

Okram Ibobi Singh Sushilkumar Shinde had sought his assistance to put to an end to Naga separatist movement, but he did not know if he could help.

‘PM statement may affect Naga peace process’

The NSCN(I-M) on Wednesday said the
recent statement of Manmohan Singh on the
territorial integrity of Manipur was `unfortunate`.

Hornbill fest gets off to colourful start

The annual Hornbill festival today
got off to a colourful start as traditionally attired Naga
dancers swayed to drum beats.

On Day 100, Manipur CM warns of `harsh action`

Manipur Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh Tuesday warned of "harsh action" against protestors as the economic blockade on the national highway entered its 100th day in the northeastern state.

NPCC urges Centre to expedite Naga peace talks

Extending its fullest support to
on-going Naga re-conciliation process, Nagaland Pradesh Congress has urged the Centre to expedite peace talks for finding settlement to vexed Naga political problem.

Naga movement: A brief history and peace accord with the Indian government

Nagas were once headhunters, as they used to cut off the heads of the enemies and preserve them as trophies.

Nagas urged to remain committed to reconciliation

Expressing concern over the recent developments in Naga underground politics, FNR today called upon the leaders of various underground groups by remaining committed to the ongoing Naga re-conciliation process.

NSCN(I-M) always for Naga re-conciliation: Muivah

NSCN(I-M) general secretary Th
Muivah has asserted that his group has been for Naga
re-conciliation and wanted meeting of top leaders of all
underground groups to sort out differences.

Naga unity must precede political settlement: NSCN(K)

No solution to the protracted Naga political conflict is possible, unless all the sections irrespective of their political affiliations reconcile and unite, the `commander-in-chief` of NSCN(K) armed wing Khole Konyak has said.

Next round of Naga peace talks from Friday

Next round of peace talks
between Centre`s representatives and leaders of NSCN(I-M) will
be held in New Delhi from tomorrow to find a negotiated
settlement to the protracted Naga political conflict.