North East

Lt.Gen.(Retd) Khango Konyak elected Vice-chairman of outfit in reshuffle of GPRN, NSCN(K) .
Five armed groups submitted applications to join UNFC,current UNFC conference not to decide right whether they will be accepted as member groups or not, said the UNFC vice chairman Nai Hong Sar.“
The resolution also felt the necessity to create a separate ministry, department or forum exclusively for ‘Act East Policy’
The crux is that the state government cannot keep a vigil on the camps of the surrendered cadres nor can their activities be checked.
Union Home Minister chairs meeting to review Indo-Myanmar border issues
With two of the original protagonists of the post Shillong Accord Naga independence movement having passed away is a breakthrough in talks possible ?
Recently some organizations as the SkyRFID have claimed a breakthrough in managing weapons using RFID.
NEDF wants military to vacate camps near school, college and university premises
KSO lambasts NSCN (IM) over ‘refugee’ tag
Shri Rajnath Singh highlights achievements & key initiatives of MHA in the last 3 years
Kuki Inpi rebutted Manipur Chief Minister’s statement on Anti-Terrorism Day
Cabinet approves of MoU between India and Bangladesh on Aids to Navigation (AtoNs) and Border Haats
Chief Minister, N Biren Singh said new government’s objective to bring positive change in State not possible without support and co-operation.
Union Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh said Central Assistance for Border Area Development Programmes (BADP) enhanced to Rs. 1,100 Crore .
Four commando badly injured when IEDs exploded simultaneously in ambush by miscreants along hilly road of Kwatha village, Tengnoupal district.
Shri Rajnath Singh reviewed security situation in North East with Chief Secretaries and DGsP
Framework Agreement’ signed between NSCN IM and Government of India NSCN (IM) leaders stated that agreement embraces all Nagas and their territories is based on uniqueness of Naga history.
Dr Jitendra Singh said Northeast going to be favourite tourist destination for Indian people from across country but also all over world.
At least two personnel of Territorial Army killed when IED exploded near Lokchao along National Highway-102 Indo-Burma road, Chief Minister N Biren Singh condemned attack.

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