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  • Hoping for conclusiveness

    Hoping for conclusiveness

    If the Government of India’s attempt to strike a final accord in Nagaland after decades of political talks creates fear and anxiety in the minds of people, then it cannot be called a solution for peace.

    November 4, 2019
  • Matters come to a head

    Matters come to a head

    The current political crisis in Manipur has been a couple of years in the making.

    July 1, 2019
  • NPP Candidate, Six Others Gunned Down In Arunachal Pradesh

    NPP Candidate, Six Others Gunned Down In Arunachal Pradesh

    All seven of them died on the spot, he said, adding that more details were awaited.

    May 21, 2019
  • Three insurgents apprehended in Arunachal Pradesh

    Three insurgents apprehended in Arunachal Pradesh

    The rebels were later handed over to the Changlang district police.

    May 19, 2019
  • Quest for a resolution

    Quest for a resolution

    Time has come for the Government of Nagaland to play a more proactive role and for the Government of India to be sincere and make a one-size-fits-all settlement.

    September 24, 2018
  • Look but don’t act

    Look but don’t act

    In November 2014, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced at the meeting of the Association of South-east Asian Nations held in Myanmar about India’s newfound commitment to play a major role in linking economies of these countries through its Act East policy, seeds for which were sown in the early 1990s during the Congress regime. On …

    May 27, 2018
  • State of Nagaland

    State of Nagaland

    The Centre would appear to have played by the rules by ignoring the demands of several Naga civil organisations and also rebel groups to find a lasting solution to the 70-year-old Naga problem before holding the assembly election, scheduled for 27 February. For one, the democratic exercise could not have been deferred and nothing can …

    February 24, 2018
  • Lies Wounded Again

    Lies Wounded Again

    The night of 2 February was reminiscent of “The Night of the Guerrillas” during the late 1950s and early 60s. Kohima lay burning while the Naga public, by and large, stayed cowering indoors. The only difference being that this time, it was the Nagas themselves who did the burning while the Indian Army stood by, …

    February 12, 2017
  • Lies Wounded Again

    Lies Wounded Again

    The night of 2 February was reminiscent of “The Night of the Guerrillas” during the late 1950s and early 60s. Kohima lay burning while the Naga public, by and large, stayed cowering indoors. The only difference being that this time, it was the Nagas themselves who did the burning while the Indian Army stood by, …

    February 12, 2017