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Nagaland: Revolt Within A Rebellion

Fresh feuding has broken out among Naga rebels twenty-three years after a bloody internecine struggle left scores dead and an insurgency divided. Another split is now threatening to impact on the protracted Naga peace process. On June 7, 2011, a meeting of the Khaplang faction of the National Socialist... 

Spirit Of Plebiscite Vs Spirit Of Manipur

1. In this conflict-ridden situation, the announcement by Shri RK Meghen @ Sanayaima, UNLF Chief to hold a plebiscite to end Indo-Manipur confrontation has been construed by various individuals and organizations in divergent ways. Mostly civil society organizations (CSOs) are taking it as a means to... 

Muivah Hopes For Solution Soon

KOHIMA, March 21: The National Socialist Council of Nagalim (I-M) today said solution to the decades-old Naga political problem was not far away, as the Centre had recognized the uniqueness of the Naga people’s history. Addressing a mammoth gathering at the council’s headquarters — Camp Hebron... 

INTERVIEW: ‘Other Naga Groups Will Wreck Things.’

India and Nagalim will exist side by side and have joint defense structure For the past six months, 76-year-old Thuingaleng Muivah, General Secretary of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland, the NSCN (IM), has been flitting in and out of India in search of a solution to the decades-old Nagaland... 

Manipur Bleeding

Image via Wikipedia Manipur in far northeast corner of India burns again. Indeed, it burns round the year with multiple socio-political crisis and communal clashes. Three people killed yesterday at Nagaland ‘“ Manipur border town of Mao Gate in a protest against Manipur Government’s... 

Government Must Act

In a polity like ours ‘“ semi-tribal, slightly modern and jocularly wild ‘“ the most right political move is just to go with the flow. To question the loud opinions of the vocal groups is, forget politics, just suicidal; you run the risk of becoming ‘˜anti-people’ and would...