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Arunachal Pradesh Encounter – Army denies casualty, NSCN(K) strikes back

Arunachal Pradesh Encounter – Army denies casualty, NSCN(K) strikes back

In a press note sent to Times of Assam by PRO(Defence) Lt Colonel Suneet Newton denied any casualty of Indian Army personnel in the gunbattle in Niausa COB of Longding district, Arunachal Pradesh. In the press release, Lt Colonel Suneet Newton said, “At 0115 hrs tonight Niausa COB was fired upon by Under Ground cadres. Just 5 […]

NSCN(K) attacks Indian Army camp in Longding of Arunachal Pradesh

NSCN(K) attacks Indian Army camp in Longding of Arunachal Pradesh

More than 40 Indian Army personnel suffered heavy casualties in a planned ambush by NSCN(K) in Niausa of Arunachal Pradesh, today on October 10, 2017. But Indian Army’s Public Relation Officer(Defence) Guwahati and Shillong Lt Col Suneet Newton denied the report of the happening when contacted. Talking to Times of Assam, NSCN(K)/GPRN MIP informed that the ambush […]

NSCN(IM) founder Isak Chishi Swu Passes Away

NSCN(IM) founder Isak Chishi Swu Passes Away

Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM) founder leader & President Isak Chishi Swu died at the Fortis Hospital at 12.40 pm, June 28 following multi-organ failure. Isak Chishi Swu had been undergoing treatment in the hospital since July 5, 2015. He was born in 1929 and belonged to the Naga village, Chishilimi in Zunheboto district […]

ULFA[I], NDFB, NSCN & KLO gets united as UNLFW

ULFA[I], NDFB, NSCN & KLO gets united as UNLFW

In a recent declaration made by NSCN Chairman S S Khaplang, ULFA[I] Chairman Dr Abhizeet Asom, KLO Chairman Jiban Singha Koch & NDFB Chairman B Saoraigwra – all four outfits have formed an united armed organization named THE UNITED NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT OF WESEA [UNLFW]. The statement of agreement between the outfits was made on […]

Over 10 Indian Army jawans critically injured in ambush at Arunachal Pradesh

Over 10 Indian Army jawans critically injured in ambush at Arunachal Pradesh

More than 10 Indian Army jawans of Assam Rifles were critically injured in an IED blast led ambush attack at Miao circle of Changlang district in Arunachal Pradesh near the Indo-Myanmar border on February 06, 2015. The IED planted on the road in the remote village in Changlang district, went off at around 2.30 pm […]

Madras Cafe – Haunted by Ghosts of Dil Se

Madras Cafe – Haunted by Ghosts of Dil Se

If you are already assuming that this is going to be a critical analysis of Madras Cafe in comparison with Dil Se, you are wrong in the first place. Dil Se, a movie set on the backdrop of insurgency in Assam was total failure from all aspects. It mis-represented the insurgency issue of Assam in […]

Who is ruling the North East

Who is ruling the North East

What more can I write about the North East, which I must here, used the term Prison of Nations? While New Delhi continues to wait and watch like a jailer since her independence, she let AFSPA complete 55 years, turning the entire north east region into a slaughter house. Heirangoithong Massacre, Oinam Massacre, Operation Rhino, […]

Is India losing the North East

Is India losing the North East

By- Ayekpam Basanta Mangang The Northeast which is known for its natural beauty, scenic landscape and peaceful environment is connected to the rest of India by a narrow strip of land which is known as the Siliguri Corridor in West Bengal. The region’s population which constitutes only about 3.8 percent of the total population of […]

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 […]

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