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5/7/2013

Bangladesh      27 persons killed in clashes between SFs and HeI cadres in Narayanganj, Chittagong and Bagerhat Districts
Pakistan      23 persons killed and 70 others injured in blast at JUI-F rally in FATA
India      Two persons including one NSCN-K militant killed in Nagaland
Pakistan      One person killed in Balochistan
Pakistan      PPP and ANP workers injured in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
India      Maoist blew up private guest house and culvert in Bihar
India      Grenades recovered in Manipur
India      Infiltration bid foiled in Jammu and Kashmir
Pakistan      Rangers arrested 13 suspects during different targeted raids and operations in the Karachi
India      Five persons arrested in Bangalore blasts case from Tamil Nadu
India      Two persons arrested along with FICN in Gujarat
India      One person arrested along with FICN in Punjab
India      Maoists form 'women wing' in Odisha
India      Ahmedabad blast accused Shahid Nagori revealed about IM recruitment and training
India      Maoist making inroads into Barak valley of Assam, reveals arrested Maoists
India      Bru Refugees likely to return home to Mizoram from Tripura
India      Naga Hoho oppose formation of exclusive Nagaland Tribal Council
India      Terror-related casualties up by 30 per cent, says Union Home Secretary R.K. Singh
India      Real estate agent from Pune financed FICN racket in Maharashtra, says Police
India      NATO's Afghanistan exit will raise terror challenge for India, says Union Home Secretary, R. K. Singh
Nepal      Two Maoist parties talk for unity and poll alliance
Sri Lanka      JVP asks Government to repeal the PTA







 
India
Naga Hoho oppose formation of exclusive Nagaland Tribal Council

The Telegraph reports on May 6 that the Naga Hoho, the apex body of the Nagas has opposed the formation of any exclusive organisation that would be detrimental to the unity of the Nagas. The Hoho has accused some State politicians of a nexus with some people to create a divide in Naga society. A source in the Naga Hoho alleged that former finance minister and veteran Naga politician K. Therie and former Nagaland Assembly Speaker Z. Lohe were trying to create a division by trying to form a new organisation — Nagaland Tribal Council.

However, K. Therie said the Nagas of the State had been suppressed by Nagas from outside the state and flayed chief minister Neiphiu Rio for working against the wishes of the people of the state. “We should have our own organisation. Why should we be prevented from forming a separate organisation?” the Congress leader said. He said he could not see any valid reason why the Naga Hoho should go against people who are trying to form an organisation exclusively for the Nagas of Nagaland. “We are virtually suppressed people now,” he said, adding that the Nagas of Manipur were pursuing their own goals. He said having a separate organisation could help to express their aspirations to the Centre and the State Government. “Let Nagas of Nagaland determine their own future,” he said.

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