Nagaland

Paresh Baruah overtakes Arabinda Rajkhowa & Co

Paresh Baruah overtakes Arabinda Rajkhowa & Co

By- Priyanuj Gohain Advertisements The homecoming of the Jailed leaders of the ULFA including its Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, released on bail to facilitate talks with the Government was celebrated across the states in such frenzy that the Government had to ban public display of ULFA-Flags. The symbol of the rising sun was once again visible […]

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Unification over Denationalization in Assam – Citizens must act before militants

Before militants like ULFA or Maoists grab the opportunity due to our lack of vision, a reconciliation process in Assam to foster unity amidst different ethnicity and express apology for the decades of de-nationalizing them is required from us. Advertisements By – Priyankan Goswami Ever since the Republic of India came into existence more than six decade […]

Majuli Festival from Today

Majuli Festival from Today

By- Staff Reporter | Date– January 17, 2012 UNESCO World Heritage Site and biggest river island of the world, Majuli will host a four day long festival called Bhogali Majuli from Tuesday, January 17. The festival is being held to promote the beautiful river island with its unique cultural heritage more into the International Tourism […]

Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council elections today

By- Staff Reporter | Date- January 04, 2012 The much hyped and awaited 11th Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) polls in Assam would be held today, January 04. A total of 128 candidates are contesting in as many as 26 seats of the Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council where the potential strength of voters is 5, 86,704 […]

India’s North East Region in 2011 – Declining Violence & Distant Peace

India’s North East Region in 2011 – Declining Violence & Distant Peace

2012 is far near. Former Deputy Director in the National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) Dr. Bibhu Prasad Routray writes his analytic piece about North East India in the period of 2011. By- Bibhu Prasad Routray 2011 was the year of consolidation of the absence of violence-phenomenon that has dawned in India’s Northeast for the past few […]

Travel inside Myanmar without visa upto 16 kms

Travel inside Myanmar without visa upto 16 kms

By- Correspondent | Date- October 26, 2011 The Government of Myanmar has decided to allow Indians living at the border areas conditional access to its territory without a visa required. As confirmed by officials of the Mizoram Government, it was agreed that residents of four northeastern states, Mizoram, Manipur, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh can now […]

ULFA to address Assam-Nagaland border conflict with centre

ULFA to address Assam-Nagaland border conflict with centre

By- Correspondent | Date- October 15, 2011 The chairman of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa has declared that the outfit would strongly put up the matter of the border conflict between Assam and Nagaland in its next round of talks with the Union Government of India. The next rounds of […]

ULFA and NSCN shake hand to re-strengthen Naga-Assam relations

ULFA and NSCN shake hand to re-strengthen Naga-Assam relations

By- Correspondent| Date- September 15, 2011 In a remarkable move, the leaders of the pro-talk faction of the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) met the leaders of GPRN/NSCN at Dimapur. Led by Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, an 18 member ULFA team visited the NSCN camp at Dimapur and met top leaders of the Naga outfit. […]

Assam Nagaland border dispute may be solved soon

By- Correspondent| Date- September 14, 2011 The decade long border dispute between Assam and Nagaland may soon be solved. The panel appointed by the Supreme Court to solve the border dispute between the two neighboring states has submitted its reports yesterday, September 13. The panel co-mediating this long pending dispute comprised of senior advocates of […]

The hidden war at Assam Nagaland border – India against itself

The hidden war at Assam Nagaland border – India against itself

By- Pranjit Sarmah During the last two weeks, when all newspapers chose to cover only the Anna Hazare movement, some ignored headlines placed at the corners of the front and middle pages were “More than 9 lakhs people in Assam affected by flood”, “A women with her two children drowned in flood in front of […]