Dimapur was Nagaland’s only district where the ILP was not enforced and there was a long-standing demand from various tribal organisations to bring the district under the purview of the ILP.
Arunachal, Nagaland and Mizoram -- where the Inner Line Permit regime is applicable will be out of the purview of the CAB that created a political row in the run-up to the 2019 general election.
President Ram Nath Kovind and Prime Minister Narendra Modi also wished the people of the state on the occasion.
The photographs and a video of the son of Bohoto Kiba and the bride brandishing assault rifles -- M4 and AK 56 -- at their wedding reception had gone viral on the social media.
Kiba is a powerful Naga rebel leader, who had courted controversy by threatening journalists in Nagaland in 2012.
The NSCN-U on Thursday closed down its messes at Ahthibung in Nagaland’s Peren district in the presence of village authorities, Assam Rifles, civil administration and the police.
Congress to oppose peace agreement if it changes geography of Manipur: Former Minister Jairam Ramesh
A six-member Congress delegation arrived in Manipur to take stock of the situation arising out of the Naga peace talks.
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.
The protestors are seeking an assurance from the Centre that the settlement of the vexed Naga issue will not hurt Manipur’s interests in any manner.
It is not clear if the accord would be signed before November 2 when PM Narendra Modi leaves for Thailand, or upon his return.
A 20-member all-party delegation, led by the CM, is camping in Delhi. It met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday night.
The rebel group is against the Centre on most contentious issues such as a separate flag and constitution for Nagaland.
While the stalemate prevails, the central government's interlocutor and Governor RN Ravi held separate talks with with the NSCN-IM and a conglomerate of seven organisations.
The development stems from the Centre’s ongoing talks with various insurgent groups from Nagaland. The talks are believed to have reached the climax.
“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.