Manipur Ambush News
The People's Liberation Army, possibly the best-trained, equipped and second largest among all separatist groups in the region, teamed up with a lesser-known Naga group named Manipur Naga People's Front to execute the latest ambush
Colonel Tripathi had gone to a forward camp along with his family and was returning when his convoy was ambushed on Saturday
NIA announced a cash reward of Rs 7 lakh for information leading to arrest of SS Khaplang, Chief of NSCN-K.
The army have arrested five insurgents of NSCN (Khaplang) involved in the 4 June ambush of a military convoy in Manipur's Chandel district.
As many as 14 Naga insurgent group that carried out the audacious attack on Army personnel killing 18 of them last month in Manipur have been identified.
Two insurgents were killed during the 4 June ambush on armymen in Chandel district of Manipur, said the state government.
The BJP on Wednesday hailed Army's pre-dawn surgical strike inside Myanmar killing 38 Naga insurgents and said it reflects the Narendra Modi government's policy of 'zero tolerance' towards terrorism, from which all terror groups as well as Pakistan should draw lessons.
The fact that Indian Army reached out across the Myanmar border (as well as into Nagaland) and attacked separatist forces in their hideouts is quite remarkable.
The Army recovered the second body of an insurgent, who was injured in an ambush on an Army convoy in Chandel district of Manipur on 4 June, from a
Suspected NSCN (K) militants on Sunday fired at an Assam Rifles (AR) camp in remote Lazu area in Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh, three days after the
Dominant Naga insurgent group NSCN-K, headed by Myanmar-based S S Khaplang, is suspected to be involved in the ambush of an army convoy in Manipur
Armed with rocket-propeller grenades (RPGs) and improvised explosive devices (IEDs), insurgents ambushed a military convoy in Manipur's Chandel district on Thursday. The ambush left 20 Armymen dead and 11 others injured.
Army Chief General Dalbir Singh Suhag on Friday rushed to Imphal as security forces intensified their operations in Manipur.
"We stand with each of them in this hour of tragedy," Rahul Gandhi said on Thursday offering condolences to the families of 20 Army jawans killed in an ambush by insurgents in Manipur.