Secret Naga autonomy talks near resolution

New Delhi, Feb 26 : At secret meetings held every week, RN Ravi, the Indian Government’s official inter-locutor on Nagaland, and insurgent leader Thui-ngaleng Muivah have been hammering out details of a political autonomy deal for Naga communities living inside and outside the state, a top government official familiar with the talks told The Sunday Express. Held at hotels, guest houses and conventional venues, the meetings have involved 16-18-member delegations of the Muviah-led National Socialist Council of Naga-lim’s Isak-Muviah (NSCN-IM) faction, the primary insurgent group in the state, while New Delhi has been represented by Ravi alone.

Modi didn’t do homework properly, says Ibobi  CM points at ‘UNC-NSCN(IM)-PM’ nexus

IMPHAL, Feb 25: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s claim that the ongoing economic blockade would be lifted on March 13 and the people of Manipur would be able to celebrate Yaoshang festival without any shadow of economic blockade pro-vided BJP is elected to power was a clear indication of the close nexus the Prime Minister has with the UNC and the NSCN-IM, asserted Chief Minister Okram Ibobi.

FA will not impact on integrity : Rijiju

IMPHAL, Feb 24: Union Minister of State (Home) Kiren Rijiju has stated that the rumour that the Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India and NSCN-IM on August 3, 2015 may affect the territorial integrity of Manipur is devoid of any basis.

83 candidates pledge to seek FA details

IMPHAL, Feb 24 : As many as 83 candidates belonging to different political parties including seven independent candidates have pledged to urge the Government of India to bring out a white paper on the Framework Agreement it signed with NSCN-IM on August 3, 2015.

KIM urges PM to disclose FA details

IMPHAL, Feb 23 : The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM) has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to disclose the contents and details of the Framework Agreement signed between the Government of India and NSCN-IM on August 3, 2015 when he visits Imphal for an election rally on February 25.