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Sixth Schedule regions exempt from Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: Constitutional provision is aimed at protecting identity of tribal-dominated regions
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Sixth Schedule regions exempt from Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: Constitutional provision is aimed at protecting identity of tribal-dominated regions

The Citizenship Amendment Bill has made it clear that the new law would not be applicable to Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Mizoram and Sixth Schedule areas of Assam, Meghalaya, and Mizoram.

ILP areas of Arunachal, Nagaland, Mizoram to be exempted from Citizenship Amendment Bill; draft legislation to come up in Lok Sabha on 9 Dec
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ILP areas of Arunachal, Nagaland, Mizoram to be exempted from Citizenship Amendment Bill; draft legislation to come up in Lok Sabha on 9 Dec

The main objective of the ILP system is to prevent settlement of other Indian nationals in the three states in order to protect the indigenous population

Fear of further encroachment grips North East's tribal areas after Amit Shah makes clear Centre's intent to pass Citizenship Amendment Bill
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Fear of further encroachment grips North East's tribal areas after Amit Shah makes clear Centre's intent to pass Citizenship Amendment Bill

The bill which intends to provide Indian citizenship to Hindu, Jain, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Parsi illegal immigrants from Bangladesh, Pakistan and Afghanistan was passed in the Lok Sabha but was not tabled in the Rajya Sabha due to vehement protest in North East India.

MHA seeks clarification from Nagaland government on its decision to implement NRC-like exercise in state
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MHA seeks clarification from Nagaland government on its decision to implement NRC-like exercise in state

The Ministry of Home Affairs has sought clarification from government of Nagaland about its recent decision to extend Inner Line Permit system to Dimapur.

BJP leader files plea in Supreme Court seeking protection for rights of non-Nagas in Dimapur
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BJP leader files plea in Supreme Court seeking protection for rights of non-Nagas in Dimapur

BJP leader Ashwini Kumar Upadhyay has filed a petition in the apex court seeking direction to the Centre, the Nagaland government to not extend the Inner Line Permit (ILP) in new areas.

Protest against citizenship bill hits movement of trains in Assam; youth bodies demand introduction of inner line permit as well
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Protest against citizenship bill hits movement of trains in Assam; youth bodies demand introduction of inner line permit as well

Movement of trains was affected in Assam on Thursday morning as members of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) blocked rail tracks, demanding immediate revocation of the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill and introduction of inner line permit (ILP) in the state

Local groups in Meghalaya stall key railway projects demanding Inner Line Permit to prevent 'influx' of illegal migrants
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Local groups in Meghalaya stall key railway projects demanding Inner Line Permit to prevent 'influx' of illegal migrants

An NF Railway official says that opposition by local groups to the resumption of work in the project in Meghalaya brings in elements of uncertainty over timely completion as well as utilisation of funds.

Assam NRC sparks tensions in neighbouring states; NGOs, student unions check for 'illegal migrants'
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Assam NRC sparks tensions in neighbouring states; NGOs, student unions check for 'illegal migrants'

After the publication of the draft NRC, it has become more difficult for people in Assam to travel to neighbouring tribal-dominated states.

NRC in Assam: Call for Inner Line Permit grows in North East as local groups launch drives to keep 'migrants' out
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NRC in Assam: Call for Inner Line Permit grows in North East as local groups launch drives to keep 'migrants' out

A day after the publication of NRC final draft, NGOs in states neighbouring Assam launched drives to check illegal migration to their state. In Meghalaya, non-tribal travellers were harassed at infiltration check posts, in Manipur groups attacked non-local vendors

Arunachal Pradesh Police finds 2,333 Inner Line Permit violations in state after publication of Assam's NRC
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Arunachal Pradesh Police finds 2,333 Inner Line Permit violations in state after publication of Assam's NRC

The Arunachal Pradesh police have detected 2,333 Inner Line Permit (ILP) violators across the Northeastern state since the publication of the complete draft of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) in neighbouring Assam, state top police official said.

Nagaland governor seeks apology from Shashi Tharoor for calling Naga headgear 'outlandish' in jibe on Modi
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Nagaland governor seeks apology from Shashi Tharoor for calling Naga headgear 'outlandish' in jibe on Modi

Nagaland Governor PB Acharya, on Friday, sought an apology from Congress MP Shashi Tharoor for his "outlandish" Naga headgear remark, saying it is "unacceptable".

NRC draft row: Arunachal students' body AAPSU asks 'undocumented migrants' to leave state within 15 days
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NRC draft row: Arunachal students' body AAPSU asks 'undocumented migrants' to leave state within 15 days

Three days after the complete draft of National Register of Citizens (NRC) was published in Assam, the apex students' body in Arunachal on Thursday asked "undocumented migrants" to leave the state within 15 days.

BJP has conquered North East but it needs to solve issues like infiltration from Bangladesh, Naga Accord to last
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BJP has conquered North East but it needs to solve issues like infiltration from Bangladesh, Naga Accord to last

BJP must not forget that unlike the Hindi heartland, North East is a multilingual, multireligious and plural society which has not seen much communal violence.

Tibetans are not demanding Indian citizenship, says Arunachal Pradesh CM Pema Khandu
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Tibetans are not demanding Indian citizenship, says Arunachal Pradesh CM Pema Khandu

Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu on Saturday said that Tibetans were not demanding Indian citizenship. About 7,000 Tibetans are said to be in Arunachal.

Manipur's Biren Singh embarks state on development path but all eyes on how he deals with his murder-accused son
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Manipur's Biren Singh embarks state on development path but all eyes on how he deals with his murder-accused son

As to Biren, has this studiously humble and affable candidate, before, during and just after elections, now grown fangs and claws two months into his job as chief minister of a BJP-led government?

The next iron lady? After Irom Sharmila, another Manipuri woman to sit on indefinite hunger strike
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The next iron lady? After Irom Sharmila, another Manipuri woman to sit on indefinite hunger strike

Days after iconic rights activist Irom Sharmila ended her 16-year-old hunger strike, a 32-year-old woman from Manipur on Friday vowed to carry forward the protest against Afspa with an indefinite fast.

Assam poll results: BJP reaped rich dividends by stoking fear of 'outsiders'
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Assam poll results: BJP reaped rich dividends by stoking fear of 'outsiders'

The most recent legislative assembly victory in Assam, northeast India’s biggest and most important state, is a testament to what a campaign based on fear of the outsider can get you.

Will nine coffins in Jantar Mantar end the bloody 'plains versus hills' strife in Manipur?
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Will nine coffins in Jantar Mantar end the bloody 'plains versus hills' strife in Manipur?

Tribal students of Manipur living in New Delhi are displaying a slice of the ongoing protest back home against the state government's passage of three bills by placing nine coffins in Jantar Mantar.

Four killed, 13 hurt during violence in Churachandpur in Manipur; indefinite curfew imposed
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Four killed, 13 hurt during violence in Churachandpur in Manipur; indefinite curfew imposed

Three persons were killed in violence in Churachandpur in Manipur which broke out over the passing of laws to regulate the entry of outsiders into the state.

Violence in Manipur: Houses of state health minister and five MLAs set on fire
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Violence in Manipur: Houses of state health minister and five MLAs set on fire

The houses of Manipur's health minister and five other lawmakers were set on fire in Churachandpur district on Monday. Violence erupted in Churachandpur over Inner Line Permit issue, reports said.