ULFA Attacks Rajiv Bhavan, 5 Hurt

Portions of the wall ripped apart at the blast. Image Credit: Sangai Photo. GUWAHATI, Mar 14:  A grenade attack on the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) head-quarters in Guwahati on Monday evening left at least five persons injured. The anti-talks group of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) has claimed responsibility for the attack. Senior police officials aren’t sure what...

Peace Talks Between Indian Govt And ULFA

ULFA leaders interacting with students (file photo). The February 10 talks between the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) and the Central Government was just a familiarization parade. The ULFA leadership is now preparing the agenda for talks with the Central Government. Ceasefire agreement is expected to be signed only after both sides agree upon the agenda and basic parameters of peace talks....

“We Have Come Forward To Talk So That The Youngsters Do Not Have To Face What We Faced” ULFA Strikes Chord With Young Students

ULFA leaders reaching out to the students from Assam in Delhi in an interaction program. Image Credit: Sangai Photo. NEW DELHI, Feb 11: In furthering their efforts to reach out to the people of Assam and to garner public support to the just started peace talks, the eight member ULFA leaders, who are camping in Delhi, interacted with the Assamese Student Association, Delhi today. Welcoming the peace...

ULFA: First Round Of Trust Building Starts, Paresh Baruah Still Identified As C-in-C, ‘Not A Hindrance To Peace Talk’

Pro-talk ULFA leaders and P Chidambaram. Image Credit: Sangai Photo. NEW DELHI, Feb 10: Straight after the first meeting today with Home Minister P Chidambaram and Home Secretary GK PIllai, to kick start the much awaited peace talk between the top leaders of ULFA and GOI, General Secretary of the outfit, Pradip Gogoi, Finance Secretary Chitraban Hazarika and Foreign Secretary Sashadhar Choudhary briefed...

Ice Broken: P Chidambaram

NEW DELHI, Feb 10  :Breaking new grounds, Government today held for the first time unconditional talks with leaders of banned outfit ULFA and said it was “confident” of finding a “just and honorable solution” to the over three decade-old insurgency problem in Assam. “As you are aware that they (ULFA) have offered unconditional talks with Government of India and Government of Assam to find...

ULFA-Govt Talks On February 10

GUWAHATI, Feb 5: The banned ULFA on Saturday announced unconditional peace talks with the Centre on February 10 in New Delhi to find an amicable solution to their 31-year- long armed struggle. Terming the first round of talks as a ‘courtesy call’, senior ULFA leader Sasadhar Choudhury told reporters here that the outfit ‘would like Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to be pre-sent during...