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Manipur: Nagas endorse demand for separate 'National' flag and Constitution

The statement comes at the time when Modi reportedly asked the Nagaland Governor RN Ravi, who is also the interlocutor of the peace talks, to settle the issue within three months' time.

Arunachal omen

The murder of a legislator ahead of assembly poll results raises the spectre of renewed militancy in the region.

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Arunachal MLA, son among 11 shot dead by suspected Naga militants

Aboh (45) was a member of the National People’s Party (NPP) and the sitting MLA from Khonsa West constituency seeking re-election and was vocal against the NSCN (IM) (Isak-Muivah).

Kukis started 1992 Kuki-Naga ethnic conflict, says NSCN-IM

The NSCN response was a reaction to the allegation levelled by the Kukis that the former was responsible for the ‘Joupi massacre’.

Manipur: Nagas ready to face any forms of challenges says UNC

The Naga apex body issued the statement in the wake of the protest against the ‘Nungba incident’ launched by the All Manipur Students Union (AMSU).

Manipur: Cease existence of NSCN-IM in state, say Opposition parties

The demand of the opposition group comes three days after the cadres of NSCN (I-M) allegedly assaulted and subsequently asked for extortion from a team of singers, led by All Manipur Students’ Union, along the National Highway 37 Imphal-Jiribam road.

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Framework agreement signed for peaceful co-existence with shared sovereignty: NSCN (IM)

The framework agreement which guarantees to safeguard the future of the Nagas also mutually benefitting both the entities, in return, for it will solve the chronic problem of India, which is her security in the eastern frontier, the NSCN asserted.

Naga rebel group NSCN-IM condoles Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s demise

The National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) Isaak-Muivah faction has said that it is ‘deeply saddened’ to hear the demise of Atal Bihari Vajpayee, former prime minister of India.

Army jawan killed in encounter with NSCN(IM)

The incident took place Monday morning and additional security forces including the Army, Manipur police and Assam Rifles have rushed to Khoupum.

Tribal body urges PM Modi to postpone Nagaland elections over insurgency problem

"It is the unanimous view of the Naga people that the political solution or Naga peace accord is more important than elections," the Naga Hoho said.

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