Nagaland’s Dimapur brought under ILP
“In exercise of the powers conferred under section 2 of the Bengal Eastern Frontier Regulation 1873, and in the interest of the public, the governor of Nagaland is pleased to extend the ILP to cover the entire district of Dimapur with immediate effect,” said the order issued by the Nagaland government.
Nagaland brings Dimapur under Inner Line Permit regime
Dimapur, the commercial hub of the state, was the only district that was not under the...
Inner line permit regime extended to Manipur; President signs order
The inner line permit (ILP) regime was extended to Manipur on Wednesday w...
Will Citizenship Amendment Bill legalise religious discrimination?
The government’s logic is that these minority groups have come escaping persecution in Muslim-majority nations. However, the logic is not consistent – the bill does not protect all religious minorities, nor does it apply to all neighbours.
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to be tabled in Lok Sabha for passage on Monday
In the afternoon, the home minister will introduce the Bill to amend the six-decade-old Citizenship Act and later in the day, it will be taken up for discussion and passage, according to the Lok Sabha's List of Business for Monday.
Amit Shah meets CMs of Manipur, Assam, Nagaland and others to discuss CAB
Union Home Minister Amit Shah met several politicians and activists of Northeast states including the Chief Ministers of Manipur, Nagaland, ...
ILP regime states, Sixth Schedule areas may be kept out of Citizenship Amendment Bill
The information comes amidst an initiative taken by Union Home Minister Amit Shah to hold discussions with chief ministers of the Northeastern states and different indigenous groups, civil society members and political parties of the region to assuage their concerns over the issue.
Protest over citizenship bill: Bandh paralyses Manipur, Nagaland
In Nagaland, the North East Forum for Indigenous People (NEFIP) gave an 18-hour Nagaland bandh till Wednesday afternoon. NEFIP convener Ningthouja Lancha said the forum had in a memorandum to PM Modi, three months ago, sought withdrawal of the bill as it was ‘genocidal’ for indigenous people.
Extend all possible cooperation for the peace process to conclude successfully: Joint Legislators Forum
There has been series of protest in Manipur since the government of India and Naga organizations wrapped up talks. The forum state, "we appeal to our neighbouring States to build trust and confidence within us so that we can live peacefully under an environment of mutual co-existence and cooperation."
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.
Govt may accept NAGA museum demand showcasing 70 years of struggle
Government officials familiar with the discussion said that arms and ammunition surrendered by rebels could be part of the existing state museum. “Besides weapons, the museum will also honour Naga leaders who were part of the struggle,” an official confirmed.
Manipur witnesses shutdown for 2nd Day
Manipur continues to be restive over the outcome of talks and security has beefed up across the state. On Thursday, thousands of people came out in the streets in Manipur’s capital Imphal.
NSCN-IM accepts Ravi’s solution on ‘Greater Nagalim’
The two rounds of discussions held on Wednesday remained inconclusive, but the National Socialist Council of Nagaland is believed to have accepted the solution offered by Centre’s interlocutor RN Ravi on its demand for a ‘Greater Nagalim’
Naga Hoho: Any accord that does not honour Nagas' rights is not acceptable
The statement stated that at this defining moment of history, Government of India leaders are also reminded not to divide Nagas further with a piecemeal settlement in tacit understanding.
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.
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