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9/14/2017

Pakistan      One person dead in landmine blast in Balochistan
India      Four persons including two BSF troopers injured in Pakistan shelling along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Explosives recovered in Bihar
India      2008 Ahmedabad blasts accused arrested along with his associate in Bihar
India      HM recruiter arrested in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Identity of five militants killed by NSCN-IM in Manipur established
India      AAPSU to oppose Union Government's decision on Chakma-Hajong refugees
Nepal      Prime Minister reaffirms to amend constitution
Sri Lanka      HRW calls on UN member countries to press Sri Lanka to promptly meet targets of UNHRC resolution
India      Over 40,000 foreigners either absconding or dead, says Assam Government







 
India
Identity of five militants killed by NSCN-IM in Manipur established

The bodies of the five militants suspected to be from the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) and Manipur Naga People’s Front (MNPF) at Makan village in Kamjong district have been retrieved and brought to Kasom Khullen in same District on September 13, reports Epao .The five deceased were  identified as ‘sergeant major’ Richard alias Wareppam Dinesh ‘, ‘sergeant’ Lalloi alias Khundrakpam Sunil, ‘private’ Nanao alias Moirangthem Tomba, ‘private’ Sinthouba alias Konjengbam Shyamsundar and MNPF cadre Raikham Jajo alias Nimai Jazo. The five were gunned down by Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland-Isak Muivah (NSCN-IM) cadres on September 12.

Meanwhile, Kukis in Manipur on September 13 observed a "black day" urging Delhi to settle the issue of "Kuki genocide" by the NSCN-IM before making an agreement with the militant outfit, reports The Telegraph. The community in the state observes September 13 as "black day" every year in memory of the Kukis killed during the ethnic clashes that began in 1992 and continued till 1995.

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