NSCN (K) News

Will not settle for anything less than sovereignty: NSCN-K

The outfit in a statement issued by Joseph Lamkang stated that the NSCN and the Naga army will continue to support, defend and fight alongside other oppressed and colonised people for their long-cherished goal is achieved. 

Illegal taxation continues to haunt Nagaland, government employees deride National Investigation Agency

Terror funding charges are ridiculous and the National Investigation Agency (NIA) are making criminals out of victims of crime, say protesting Nagaland state government employees.


Nagaland CM Liezietsu condoles death of insurgent leader SS Khaplang

Liezietsu appealed to the Nagas to "resolve and dedicate" themselves to work with renewed vigour and determination to find a solution to the Naga political problem which is "honourable and acceptable to all stakeholders".

India will rehabilitate NSCN(K) cadres if they surrender: Union Minister Kiren Rijiju

Khaplang died last night following a cardiac arrest at Takka in Kachin state of Myanmar at the age of 77. Rijiju said Khaplang was the "the heart and soul" of NSCN(K) and without him, the organisation will be in a disarray.

NSCN (K) weaker, but retains the potential for damage

The organisation had signed a ceasefire with the Government of India in 2001, three years after New Delhi had begun a peace process with the NSCN (IM).

NSCN-K declared a terrorist organisation

The government declared NSCN-K, all its front organizations and formations as a terrorist organization under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967, a Home Ministry spokesman said.


Khaplang faction of NSCN banned for 5 yrs

A delegation of Naga civil society, with government's consent, has already gone to Myanmar to persuade Khaplang to come to the negotiating table.

Rival group offered to take down NSCN-K, govt said no: Sources

The government has declined the offer, as the decision to accept it could have had “disastrous” consequences, said sources.

Centre set to ban NSCN-K again

The SS Khaplang-led group, which abrogated the ceasefire with India in March this year, will be banned under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

Myanmar strike: Seven dead bodies recovered, less than a dozen injured, say official sources

Impact on insurgents less than earlier estimates; target was one camp in Onzia and two in Ponyo; NSCN (K) leader, 40 cadres fled camp before strike.