Separatist Movements

ISI and separatists are bound to get disturbed and organize Manipur like attacks

The fatal attack on Indian Army's convoy last Thursday in Manipur’s Chandel district in which 18 Jawans of 6 Dogra regiment were martyred was not just a normal attack by the separatists of Manipur. It was the well orchestrated attack which may ..
   

Rajnath meets families of the tribal victims of Assam violence: Vows for time bound action against terror

After meeting the families of the victims and representative delegations of tribals at Biswanath Chariali, Home Minister Rajnath singh has appealed to the people to observe restraint and prevent clashes on ethnic lines. He assured them of strong ..
   

Assam retaliates: Militants open fire in new areas, burn houses; NIA to probe killings

Violence spread in Assam today as the toll in the massacre of tribals by Bodo militants rose to 65 including 21 women and 18 children, sparking a retaliation in which Bodo homes were torched and a police station attacked leaving three more tribals ..
   

High alert grips Arunachal after Assam violence

Arunachal Pradesh on Wednesday sounded a high alert after a series of attacks by suspected NDFB(S) militants at Sonitpur and Kokrajhar districts of neighboring Assam...
   

Assam Massacre: Bodo militants gun down 48 tribals; curfew imposed, state on red alert

Suspected Bodo militants on Tuesday killed 48 people--mainly tribals--and they included four women in a series of attacks at four places in Sonitpur and Kokrajhar districts of Assam...
   

Desh security agencies launch crackdown on NE militants

Shillong, Dec 10: Bangladesh security agencies have launched a fresh crackdown on suspected hideouts of Indian militants in its soil. The crackdown has been carried out under the direct supervision of the commander of Border Guards Bangladesh ..
   

PM listens to Tripura CM on tackling militants

Agartala, Dec. 2: Amid the din and bustle of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Tripura on December 1, what escaped public attention was the patient hearing given by the Prime Minister to chief minister Manik Sarkar’s version ..
   

Militancy becomes cottage industry in N-E: NSG DG

Imphal, Dec 2: Observing that tackling terrorism was becoming a complex issue with terrorists accessing sophisticated technology, National Security Guard (NSG) Director General J.N. Choudhury Friday said militancy has become a “cottage industry&rd..
   

Meghalaya CM seeks Centre’s support to end militancy

Shillong, Dec 1: Meghalaya chief minister Mukul Sangma Sunday appealed to the Centre to extend support for eradication of militant outfits in the state. The request was made at the annual conference of the directors-general of police/inspectors-general..
   

AFSPA extended in Tripura for six months

Agartala, Nov 29: The Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), which gives sweeping powers and judicial immunity to security forces in conflict-hit areas, was extended for another six months in Tripura, an official said here Saturday. "Senior ..
   

Naga People’s Front hope for early Naga solution

Kohima, Nov. 29: The Naga People’s Front (NPF) expressed hope for an early solution to the vexed Naga political problem while iterating its stand on the integration of the Naga areas. Speaking at the party’s general convention at ..
   

Naga rights activists seek restoration of citizenship

Dimapur, Nov 29: Two Naga human rights activists - Luingam Luithui and Peingamla Luithui who have been living in virtual exile in Canada have sought full restoration of their citizenship rights. In this regard, Delhi High Court has asked the ..
   

India seeks Thailand’s coop to nab NE rebels

New Delhi, Nov 29: India on Friday sought cooperation from Thailand to nab Northeast–based rebel leaders. The Union Home Ministry has said that many insurgent groups from Northeastern states have links to the South East Asian countries and ..
   

GNLA refuses Rs 5 crore offer

  GNLA rebels reject Rs 5 crore offer Shillong, March 4: The militant outfit Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) has recently refused the offer of Rs 5 crore from a road construction company so that development work in the area is not ..
   

India wants Myanmar to act against ULFA

  India wants Myanmar to act tough against ULFA Nay Pyi Taw, March 4: Irked by the free run enjoyed by the outlawed ULFA and its elusive commander-in-chief Paresh Barua, India is likely to call on Myanmar to mount a crackdown on the militant ..
   

Meghalaya government to examine rebels' demand for talks: CM

Meghalaya government to examine rebels' demand for talks: CM Shillong, February 20: The Meghalaya Government will examine the demand of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) for the release of its jailed chairman as a pre-condition for peace ..
   

Arunachal cops not cooperating to nab culprits of Behali killings: Assam

Guwahati, February 20: The Assam Police is yet to receive cooperation from the police force of Arunachal Pradesh in nabbing the miscreants involved in the killing of eleven persons in the Behali Reserve Forest. Meanwhile, though an Arunachal Pradesh-based..
   

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