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Apr 08, 2019
Congress MP shies away from filing nomination in Outer Manipur constituency; Kuki militants back BJP candidateDespite denying lobbying for a BJP candidate of its choice, Kuki National Organisation is not shy in expressing its political leaning.
Aug 16, 2018
Two trucks torched in village in Manipur's Tamenglong district; police sends reinforcements to crime sceneThe incident was reported during a 24-hour 'Zeliangrong area' bandh in Manipur called by Zeliangrong Baudi and its allies since midnight on Wednesday.
Feb 25, 2018
As Nagaland goes to poll, voters hope for peaceful resolution of decades-old insurgency, respite from illegal taxesFor people in Nagaland, the upcoming Assembly election is likely to be about voting a stable government to power to facilitate peace talks on the Naga political issue
Feb 20, 2018
Nagaland polls: State Congress president blasts leadership after cash crunch forces candidates to withdrawK Therie, president of NPCC, has accused AICC secretary general CP Joshi of systematically destroying the Congress in Nagaland ahead of the Assembly polls.
Feb 16, 2018
Nagaland polls: NSCN(U) leader Alezo Venuh says aspirations of people can't be done away with 'at any cost'Last year, the Government of India kicked off peace talks with six Naga insurgent outfits which are now collectively known as Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs). Alezo Venuh, one of the leaders of NSCN(U), a constituent body of the NNPG and also envoy of the collective leadership of NNPG talks to Firstpost about the upcoming Nagaland Assembly election and the peace process.
Feb 12, 2018
Nagaland Assembly polls: Kiren Rijiju says BJP won't come in way of 'smooth implementation' of Naga accordThe BJP-NDPP coalition will not come in the way of "smooth implementation" of the proposed Naga accord if voted to power in Nagaland, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said
Jan 30, 2018
Final Naga peace accord: BJP's or RSS' assurances do little to abate insecurity among Assam, other north eastern statesMinister of Home Affairs Rajnath Singh on Sunday assured the government of Assam that geographical integrity of the state will not be compromised in the process of ongoing Naga peace talk. However, the move has hardly cleared suspicion around the peace process, as many civil society group see the assurance as mere wordplay without real intent to follow it in letter and spirit.
Jan 08, 2018
Nagaland group demands deferring of Assembly elections, President's Rule to help solve insurgencyNagaland-based group Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) on Sunday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to defer the state's assembly election and impose President's Rule in order to facilitate solution to the vexed Naga insurgency.
Oct 23, 2017
Nagaland minister Imkong L Imchen asks govt to put Assembly polls on hold, focus on political crisisNagaland minister Imkong L Imchen on Sunday called for putting on hold the Assembly election due next year and focus on the Naga political issue
Aug 07, 2017
Entire state of Assam declared 'disturbed' area for a month under AFSPAThe Centre has declared entire Assam as a "disturbed" area under the controversial AFSPA for one more month, citing various violent activities by insurgent groups ULFA, NDFB, and others