Major Massacres by Terrorists in 2003
December 3: KRA militants kill three Karbi villagers and injure another besides setting ablaze 30 houses at Mansing Teron village under Manja police outpost in Karbi Anglong District.
December 2: Three Karbis are killed and twenty-nine houses are set ablaze by KRA cadres at Mentarang village under Diphu police station limits in Karbi Anglong District.
December 1: KRA militants kill five Karbi villagers in an attack on a church at Zero point under Bokajan police station jurisdiction in Karbi Anglong District.
November 29: Kuki Revolutionary Army (KRA) militants kill seven Karbi villagers, including three women and a child, and set ablaze 250 dwelling huts, at Paksangso, Rongkini, Zilangso, Bey Gaon, Napak Terang and Ringhang villages in Balipathar area under Bokajan police station in Karbi Anglong District.
November 23: Suspected ULFA militants kill five persons of Bihari origin in three separate attacks in Tinsukia District.
November 22: Eleven brick kiln labourers of Bihari origin are killed and seven others are injured by suspected ULFA militants in the Bordubi area of Tinsukia District.
November 19: Four women are killed and seven others sustain injuries as ULFA militants open-fire at the Gangquarter area in the Bongaigaon District.
November 19: ULFA militants kill four Hindi speaking people and injure several others in Nalbari town.
November 18: ULFA militants kill five Bihari truck drivers and injure seven others at Chagolia under Golakganj police station limits in Dhubri District.
November 14: UPDS (anti-talks faction) militants kill nine Kukis and set ablaze 70 houses at Ganjam under Howraghat police station jurisdiction in Karbi Anglong District.
October 11: Five traders are killed by the United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) near Digulturrung tea estate in Tinsukia District.
August 21: UPDS militants kill five persons, including four women of the family of a migrant, at Manja village in Karbi Anglong District.
April 13: Suspected National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) militants kill four persons whom they abducted earlier from South Dighaldong village, Kokrajhar District, on April 12.
March 31: Hmar People's Convention-Democrats (HPC-D) militants abduct 23 Dimasa tribals from Chekarcham and Meghnathal villages under Sonai police station in the Cachar District and later kill them.
January 27: Suspected Bodo Liberation Tigers (BLT) militants kill colleague and four members of his family, including two women, at Duligaon in Dhubri District.
January 25: Four civilians, including a woman, are killed by United Peoples' Democratic Solidarity (UPDS) militants at Diphu in the Karbi Anglong District.