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  • Curfew Relaxed in Golaghat but Anti-Government Sentiments Still Run High

    Curfew Relaxed in Golaghat but Anti-Government Sentiments Still Run High

    After two weeks of militant violence on the Assam - Nagaland border that left at least 15 people dead and thousands displaced, life in Golaghat, one of Assam's prominent industrial towns on the border, is returning to normalcy.

  • Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Seeks CBI Probe Into Border Violence

    Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Seeks CBI Probe Into Border Violence

    Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi has announced that the state government will seek a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) into the recent incidents of violence along the Assam - Nagaland border in the wake of the kidnapping of two young...

  • Assam-Nagaland Border Clashes: Curfew Re-imposed in Golaghat

    Assam-Nagaland Border Clashes: Curfew Re-imposed in Golaghat

    Curfew has been re-imposed in Golaghat, the epicentre of the violence that has hit the border villages of Assam and Nagaland over the last few days. 15 adivasis or tribals from Assam have died in ethnic clashes with Nagas in the last one week.

  • Assam-Nagaland Constitute High-Level Inquiries into Border Dispute

    Assam-Nagaland Constitute High-Level Inquiries into Border Dispute

    In the backdrop of several days of violence on the Assam-Nagaland border, the Centre has outlined a road map to find solutions in which both states -- Assam and Nagaland -- have constituted high level inquiries into the matter. Their reports are expe...

  • Assam, Nagaland Chief Ministers Talk Crisis Resolution

    Assam, Nagaland Chief Ministers Talk Crisis Resolution

    After talks with the Centre, the chief ministers of Assam and Nagaland have agreed to initiate measures to de-escalate the tension at the border of the two states, where 15 adivasis or tribals from Assam have died in ethnic clashes with Nagas in the ...

  • Assam-Nagaland Border Clashes: Centre Preps Roadmap To Control Violence

    Assam-Nagaland Border Clashes: Centre Preps Roadmap To Control Violence

    The Centre wants the governments of Assam and Nagaland to begin talks as part of an immediate road map to control the violence that has hit villages on the border of the two states. 15 adivasis or tribals from Assam have died in ethnic clashes with N...

  • Assam-Nagaland Border Violence: The Anatomy of a Dispute

    Assam-Nagaland Border Violence: The Anatomy of a Dispute

    The violence in Golaghat district of Assam bordering Nagaland began as a land dispute between two men, says a central government note, also alleging that the dispute was fanned by local politicians, social activists and insurgent group, the NSCN (Kho...

  • Home Minister Rajnath Singh Calls up Chief Ministers of Assam, Nagaland Over Border Violence

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh Calls up Chief Ministers of Assam, Nagaland Over Border Violence

    Concerned over the unabated violence along Assam-Nagaland border, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today telephoned chief ministers of Assam and Nagaland and asked them to defuse tension along the borders of the two states.

  • 21 Injured Near Assam-Nagaland Border as Protesters, Police Clash

    21 Injured Near Assam-Nagaland Border as Protesters, Police Clash

    A two-km stretch of Assam-Nagaland border in Golaghat turned into a battlefield today, with Assamese protesters blockading the highway and targeting the police. When batons and tear gas failed to work, the police opened fire. At the end of it, one pe...

  • Nagaland Governor's Chopper Makes Emergency Landing in Tripura

    Nagaland Governor's Chopper Makes Emergency Landing in Tripura

    Nagaland Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya on Tuesday had a providential escape as the helicopter he was travelling in made an emergency landing due to bad weather, an official said.

  • 15 Dead, 10,000 Displaced in Latest Round of Assam-Nagaland Violence

    15 Dead, 10,000 Displaced in Latest Round of Assam-Nagaland Violence

    For almost a decade, some residents of Assam and Nagaland have been fighting over a 25-bigha area - no bigger than 20 football fields - in Golaghat district. The latest chapter of this ongoing violence has killed 15 people.

  • Death Toll Mounts to 11 in Assam-Nagaland State Border Violence

    Death Toll Mounts to 11 in Assam-Nagaland State Border Violence

    The death toll in firing and arson along the Assam-Nagaland border by alleged miscreants from Nagaland has increased to 11 with the recovery of nine more bodies from the disturbed Uriamghat area of Assam on Friday even as night curfew continued.

  • Government Considering Setting up of Three Greenfield Airports in Northeast

    Government Considering Setting up of Three Greenfield Airports in Northeast

    Government is considering setting up of three greenfield airports in the Northeast -- in Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland.

  • To Study or Not to Study English: India Debates

    To Study or Not to Study English: India Debates

    Nearly two centuries after Lord Macaulay championed the introduction of English as a medium of education in India in 1835, a debate is still raging on the suitability of what many describe as a "foreign language" in a polyglot nation that has 22 offi...

  • Nagaland: Kidnapped Andhra Pradesh Engineers Released

    Nagaland: Kidnapped Andhra Pradesh Engineers Released

    Two engineers from Andhra Pradesh have reportedly been kidnapped by suspected militants from Dimapur in Nagaland.

  • Nagaland Observes World Hepatitis Day

    Nagaland Observes World Hepatitis Day

    Nagaland observed World Hepatitis Day with Speaker Chotisuh Sazo asking for an appropriate policy in reference to Hepatitis C be framed and placed before the Government through proper channel for suitable action. The government can frame a policy for...

  • Nagaland Government Open to Discussion on Lifting Liquor Ban

    Nagaland Government Open to Discussion on Lifting Liquor Ban

    The Nagaland government on Thursday expressed its willingness to have a full discussion on either lifting or continuing enforcing the Nagaland Total Liquor Prohibition Act of 1989.

  • Nagaland Budget Session Begins Tomorrow

    Nagaland Budget Session Begins Tomorrow

    The 5th session of the 12th Nagaland Legislative Assembly is schduled to begin in Kohima tomorrow.

  • Nagaland Governor Calls for Peace and Unity in Diversity

    Nagaland Governor Calls for Peace and Unity in Diversity

    Taking over the gubernatorial assignment of Nagaland, Governor PB Acharya has called for peace, "essential for all round development of the state" and said peace can be achieved only when there is "unity in diversity".

  • PB Acharya Sworn in as Nagaland Governor

    PB Acharya Sworn in as Nagaland Governor

    Octogenarian Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya was today sworn in as the 19th Governor of Nagaland.

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