Naga Peace Accord: ‘Seven Sisters’ caught in a flux

Will the Naga Peace Accord be clinched without trouble in Northeastern states? There are signs of restiveness in Manipur and tribes are anxious as to how the accord would impact them. 

published on : 3rd November 2019

Deadline over, NSCN (IM) on board, but Naga peace talks still not over

It is not clear if the accord would be signed before November 2 when PM Narendra Modi leaves for Thailand, or upon his return.

published on : 1st November 2019

Emergency-like situation in Nagaland, cops asked to stockpile two months’ ration

“All unit commanders are hereby directed to keep at least two months’ stock of ration in view of the fluid situation in the state,” an IGP wrote in a wireless message to the unit commanders.

published on : 25th October 2019

Nagaland peace talks to continue beyond October 31: NSCN-IM

Centre-NSCN-IM talks were held amidst the ongoing stalemate surrounding the NSCN-IM’s demands for a separate 'Naga national flag' and 'Naga constitution'.

published on : 24th October 2019

Nagaland rebel group NSCN-IM’s ‘Naga constitution’ under scanner

The NSCN-IM, the largest rebel group of the Northeast which signed a truce pact with the Central government in 1997, calls the shots in Naga peace talks.

published on : 11th October 2019

Nagas will not merge with Union of India: Insurgent group NSCN-IM

The NSCN-IM has held around 100 rounds of peace talks with the Centre, within and outside the country, but the long-cherished solution continues to elude both sides.

published on : 12th September 2019

Naga flag, constitution stand in way of Naga solution, NSCN-IM says UPA II had proposed shared sovereignty

Signed on August 3, 2015 in New Delhi, the Framework Agreement was viewed as the prelude to the settlement of the decades-old problem.

published on : 25th August 2019

All Nagas are ‘indigenous’: Rebel group NSCN-IM slams Nagaland’s headcount of locals

The outfit claimed that this was the key focus of all Nagas and any political steps to be taken must be in conjunction with this decision. 

published on : 13th July 2019