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Feb 12, 2019
NSCN(IM) appoints Qhehezu Tuccu as new chairman, Tongmeth Wangnao elected vice-chairman of outfitThe chairman's post was lying vacant for over two years after the death of the founder-chairman of the NSCN(IM), Isak Chishi Swu on 28 June, 2016 while the post of vice chairman fell vacant following the demise of Kholi Konyak on 12 December, 2018
Apr 26, 2018
AFSPA needed to maintain peace in Assam, says state DGP, warns ULFA(I) militants are still active in 'some pockets'Assam DGP Mukesh Sahay said the banned militant group of ULFA(I) still had the strength to carry out terror attacks in some pockets of the state, and that security forces still needed the controversial AFSPA
Feb 04, 2018
Rahul Gandhi takes dig at Narendra Modi over Naga Accord, says he is only 'Indian PM whose words don't mean anything'Congress president Rahul Gandhi took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the Naga Accord signed by the Centre in 2015 saying that the accord is nowhere to be found.
Jan 09, 2018
Nagaland tribal body Naga Hoho urges Narendra Modi to postpone state electionsThe Naga Hoho, an apex Naga tribal body, has sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's help in postponing the forthcoming Nagaland Assembly elections, saying that the vexed insurgency problem should be resolved first.
May 22, 2017
Over 2.8 million Indians were displaced in 2016, nation ranks third worldwide: reportInternal Displacement Monitoring Centre of the Norwegian Refugee Council released a new report which ranked India third among countries most affected by displacement related to disasters followed by China and the Philippines
May 10, 2017
Nagaland insurgent group moves closer to peace process, NSCN-IM agrees to 'co-exist' with 'shared sovereignty'NSCN-IM chairman has said that the Nagas have agreed to co-exist together under shared sovereignty, adding that the political dialogue process was "progressing smoothly."
May 06, 2017
Cardamom cradle: Longwa village in Nagaland adopts spice farming to beat drugs, terrorA kilogram of cardamom is sold at prices ranging between Rs800–1,200 which is several times more than the existing rates for either rice, maize or vegetables grown in Mon and the neighbouring districts.
Jun 03, 2016
Peace talks between the centre and North East militants positive: MHA officialThe peace talks between the Centre and several militant outfits in the northeastern region are moving positively and peace would be restored in the whole region soon, a top official of the Ministry of Home Affairs said on Friday.
Nov 10, 2014
Border security of India, Bangladesh to discuss terrorism, border crimesArms and drug smuggling, terrorism, circulation of fake currency notes and border crimes are among the issues to be discussed when border guards of India and Bangladesh meeting 17 November, an official said on Monday.