Sincerity of the govt in dealing the Naga issue is in serious doubt: NSCN-IM
In a statement NSCN-IM stated, “A different story being unfolded particularly in interior villages bordering Myanmar and Ukhrul district. The people there live under perpetual fear under the watchful eyes of the Joint Military Operation of the Indian Army and the Tatmadaw crafted by NSA Chief AJit Doval."
NSCN-IM accepts Ravi’s solution on ‘Greater Nagalim’
The two rounds of discussions held on Wednesday remained inconclusive, but the National ...
Govt firm on October 31 deadline; 22 NSCN-IM rebels join pro-talk group
WC maintained that only the democratic and popularly elected Tatar Ho...
Centre holds dialogue with NSCN-IM; peace talks may continue beyond October 31
NSCN(I-M), the first Naga organisation to initiate peace talks, is adamant on its demand for a separate flag and constitution for the Nagas, which the Centre has turned down. However, seven Naga organisations - together called the NNPG - have expressed their willingness to negotiate.
National Socialist Council of Nagaland-IM, Centre to hold peace talks today
The Centre has made it clear that a separate flag and constitution are not possible which has triggered a bitter war of words between the two negotiating parties. the interlocutor for the Naga peace talks, RN Ravi, will hold the negotiations.
Government of India is creating fear psychosis in Nagalim: Q Tuccu, President of NSCN-IM
Q Tuccu in a statement stated that in keeping with the universal principle of democracy on sovereignty, the Government of India has recognized the sovereignty of the Nagas stating that sovereignty of the Nagas is with the Naga people.
Govt determined to conclude Naga pact, endless negotiation under shadow of guns not acceptable: RN Ravi
NSCN (I-M) has adopted a procrastinating attitude to delay the settlement raising the contentious symbolic issues of separate Naga national flag and constitution-interlocutor for the Naga peace talks, RN Ravi.
RN Ravi to hold consultative meeting with church leaders and civil societies on October 18
Representatives of 14 Naga tribes of Nagaland and United Naga Council (UNC) from Manipur will be attending the meeting.
Government of India is trying to twist and backtrack on their commitment: NSCN-IM
Government of India and NSCN signed the historic Framework Agreement on 3rd of August, 2015.
Nagas will not merge into the Union of India, but they will coexist with the Union of India as two entities: NSCN-IM
In a statement the NSCN-IM said, Opportunists, deserters, opponents and detractors who have never fought for the cause have now started claiming their shares when solution is around.
Substantive issues with Naga peace talks resolved: Governor
Ravi, who was sworn in as governor this month, emphasised the need to work out the best, most honourable and dignified solution for the Naga people.
Appointing a new interlocutor at this juncture may delay the solution: NPF
Deputy National Security Adviser RN Ravi, who is also the interlocutor of Naga talks was appointed Governor of Nagaland on Saturday.
NPF stays away from consultation on Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland
NPF is miffed and alleged that ruling People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) government did not take opposition party in confidence before issuing notification for the exercise.
NSCN faction accuses Myanmar Army of breaching cease fire
The outfit accused Myanmar army of creating a “war-like situation in the Naga areas”.
Lok Sabha polls 2019: NPF may sever ties with BJP
The party’s first attempt to pull out of the Biren Singh-led coalition government did not work out as the state unit of NPF was not in favour of it despite the Central leadership keen on pulling out.
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