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With Isak Swu gone, Naga peace accord won't be easy

Subir Bhaumik/IANS

Isak Chisi Swu, a veteran of many long marches to China with bands of Naga rebels, has died and left his comrade Thuingaleng Muivah in a bit of a legitimacy crisis.

PM Narendra Modi likely to reveal details of Naga peace accord in Parliament today

PM Narendra Modi likely to reveal details of Naga peace accord in Parliament today

A day after the Central government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isak-Muivah) signed a historic peace deal to bring to end one of India's oldest insurgencies, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to reveal the details of the accord in Parliament on Tuesday.

Hope peace accord becomes 'honourable settlement': Former Nagaland CM

Hope peace accord becomes 'honourable settlement': Former Nagaland CM

Welcoming the signing of the peace accord between the Government of India and the NSCN, former Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio on Monday said he hoped that it becomes an 'honourable settlement' acceptable to the people.

Indian government, NSCN(IM) sign 'historic' Naga peace accord

Indian government, NSCN(IM) sign 'historic' Naga peace accord

In a bid to end insurgency in the northeastern state of Nagaland, the Government of India on Monday inked a historic peace accord with Naga militant group NSCN(IM).

Ball is in Indian government`s court: Muivah

Thuingaleng Muivah on Thursday said that it is now up to the Indian government to work a way out to end the six-decade-long Naga separatist movement.

No condition to reconciliation: Muivah

There should not be any condition to re-conciliation among the Naga groups and the Nagas must strive for political settlement with the Centre based on their unique history and situation.

Shutdown disrupts normal life in Manipur

The two-day shutdown call given by the AMUCO has disrupted normal life in Manipur.

‘Naga problems cannot be solved within Constitution’

NSCN (IM)
General Secretary Thuingaleng Muivah on Sunday said he had told
Union government during talks that Naga problem could not be
solved within the framework of Indian Constitution.