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When peace hopes gave way to despair in Assam, Nagaland

Assam suffered revival of violence by the United Liberation Front of Asom-Independent -- led by Paresh Baruah.
 

Centre ready for talks if insurgents give up violence: Rajnath Singh

Centre ready for talks if insurgents give up violence: Rajnath Singh

 Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Centre was ready for talks with insurgent groups in the Northeast if they shun violence.

Spiritual Guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar optimistic of brokering peace with Paresh Baruah

Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on Sunday expressed optimism of bringing the ULFA-I chief to the dialogue table with the Centre.

Peace talks will be legitimised if Chetia joins: Pro-talks ULFA faction

As speculation continues that deported ULFA general secretary Anup Chetia will join the talks between the terror group and the central government, a senior member of the pro-talks group and the organisation's "foreign secretary", Sashadhar Choudhury, has said this will only legitimise the peace process and not necessarily bring about any qualitative change.

Paresh Baruah's ailing mother declines government help

Miliki Baruah, the ailing mother of ULFA's militant 'commander' Paresh Baruah, on Thursday declined offer of financial assistance by the Assam government and urged Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to spend the money on the flood-hit people.