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22 December, 2016 7:26 PM Manipur blockade day 50: CM Okram Ibobi blames Centre for not doing enough, defends creation of new districts

Manipur has been shrouded in gloom for weeks now. With increasing incidents of violence in the region, the state has come to a stand-still. Not only did the government ban internet in the city, it also implemented a curfew causing a major disruption in the normal working of the state. The United Naga Council also imposed a blockade on vehicles carrying 290

18 December, 2016 7:43 PM After Attack On Church, Buses In Manipur, Unrest Casts Shadow On Christmas

Guwahati: The Sunday Mass prayer at the Manipur Baptist Convention Church - the oldest Baptist Church in Manipur's capital Imphal was marked by a thin attendance. Only half of the regular Mass goers turned up amid rumours of unrest on social media following an attack on the church by a group of unknown people on Saturday. "Attacking the church has hurt the sentiments 263

17 December, 2016 11:48 AM NSCN-IM terrorists attack IRB post in Manipur capital

Imphal: Nearly 70 terrorists affiliated to the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) attacked the 7th Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB) post in Imphal on Sunday. The attack was carried out at nearly 11 am today. The IRB post entailed both battalions of 7th IRB and 6th Manipur Rifles. Although there were no report of any casualty on either side, the terrorists 179

3 December, 2016 10:05 PM Arunachal Pradesh: 1 jawan killed, 8 injured as militants attack Assam Rifles convoy

An Assam Rifles jawan was killed including eight others were injured when the armed militants attacked an AR convoy in the Longding district of the eastern Arunachal Pradesh today. The condition of six out of eight jawans was stated to be critical. The attack took place at around 20 km from the international border with Myanmar boyond where several other 339

3 December, 2016 5:09 PM Militants attack army convoy in Arunachal Pradesh, two killed, nine injured

It is the second ambush on army convoy by militants in the North East India in two weeks. According to the reports, the militants attack on a convoy of 16th Assam Rifles took place at Nginu village near Wakka in Tirap district along the Myanmar border at around 1-45 pm on Saturday. The dead include a junior commanding officer and a jawan, the Army confirmed 221

3 December, 2016 3:31 PM Soldier killed, 9 hurt in ambush

Tinsukia/Tezpur, Dec. 3: Suspected militants ambushed a convoy of 16 Assam Rifles on Tisa-Wakka road in Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh, 160km from Tinsukia district, today, killing at least one jawan and injuring nine. Confirming the development, the GOC of Dinjan-based Dao division, Maj. Gen. Ananta Bhuyan, said one jawan had been martyred while 196

3 December, 2016 3:31 PM Arunachal Pradesh: 1 soldier killed, 9 injured in militant attack

A soldier was killed and nine were injured in a militant attack in Arunachal Pradesh today. A column of 16 Assam Rifles battalion from Wakka was Ambushed by suspected NSCN (K) cadres near Nginu vill, Tirap distt, Arunachal Pradesh today at about 1.30 pm. Column was out since yesterday and while returning came under heavy fire of automatic weapons. The attack 293

3 December, 2016 2:40 PM Assam Rifles Soldier Dead, 9 Injured As Convoy Ambushed In Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar: An Assam Rifles jawan was killed while nine others were injured when armed militants ambushed an AR convoy near Wakka in Longding district of Arunachal Pradesh today. Defence PRO Lt Colonel Chiranjeet Konwar said the militants ambushed the convoy of 16 Assam Rifles stationed in the district near Wakka at around 1.45 PM killing one jawan on the spot while 302

2 December, 2016 12:58 PM “Resurgence of ULFA(I) in border areas”

Assam Director General of Police Mukesh Sahay on Wednesday said there were inputs about the resurgence of ULFA (Independent) in certain areas of the state bordering Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland, but asserted that the State police was prepared to counter any offensive. “There is (report of) resurgence of ULFA(Independent) in certain areas of Upper Assam 157

20 November, 2016 3:14 PM ULFA(I) claims responsibility for attack on Army convoy

Guwahati: United Liberation Front of Assam (Independent) on Sunday claimed responsibility for the attack on an Army convoy in Tinsukia district in which three soldiers were yesterday killed. The 15 Kumaon Regiment of Indian Army at Burhi Dihing, Tinsukia, was attacked yesterday morning, the banned outfit said in a statement, adding at least four jawans 268