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India      Maoists kill one civilian in Jharkhand
India      Death toll rises to six in Chhattisgarh encounter
Nepal      UDMF cadre injured in clash with Police died in course of treatment in Banke District
Bangladesh      Three persons injured in attack by Samrat Khaja Bahini cadres in Dhaka city
India      Pakistan violates ceasefire in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan      19 suspects arrested during Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad in Punjab
Bangladesh      Nine militants arrested from different places
India      Three extortionists arrested in Meghalaya
Sri Lanka      Ava Group leader arrested in Colombo
Bangladesh      SC upholds death penalty on HuJI-B leader Mufti Hannan and two others for attempting to kill British envoy to Bangladesh in 2004
India      Posters claiming Maoists pro-people found in Odisha
India      IS poster found in Bihar
India      Five Maoists, including a woman, surrendered in Andhra Pradesh
India      UNC lifts 139 days old economic blockade after tripartite talk in Manipur
India      Karbi Anglong-Dima Hasao Autonomous Statehood demand reiterated in KAAC session in Assam
Sri Lanka      TNA Spokesman insists on foreign judges in judicial mechanism to inquire into human rights violations during last stage of LTTE war
India      NSCN-IM leader Muivah arrives in Nagaland
Bangladesh      Stern stance of Government against militancy and terrorism will continue, says Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina
Bangladesh      Extremists and terrorists to be eliminated with iron hand, says IGP AKM Shahidul Hoque

UNC lifts 139 days old economic blockade after tripartite talk in Manipur

The economic blockade on Manipur Highways by United Naga Council (UNC) over the creation of new districts in the State came to an end on the 139th day on March 19, reports The Sangai Express. The UNC agreed to lift the economic blockade after a round of tripartite talk involving both the State Government and the Union Government at Senapati District headquarter on March 19. The tripartite meeting was chaired by Ministry of Home Affairs, Joint Secretary (North East in-charge) Satyendra Garg. In response to the decision of the UNC, the State Government agreed to release UNC’s ‘president’ Gaidon Kamei and ‘information secretary’ Stephen Sangkhel without any condition. All cases related to the economic blockade against them would be closed also. Apart from that, another round of tripartite meeting would be held at the political level within a month over the issue.






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