"Our region will have problems if they do not stop their military operations in our area,” said U Kyaw Wan Sein, a member of the NSCN-K’s central executive committee.
Bidhayak Das looks at whether the current framework agreement will hold through the finalization of a Naga peace deal.
Recent changes in NSCN-K leadership may signal yet another opportunity to involve the outfit in peace talks with India.
Khango Konyak was removed from the position because he was unable to lead the ethnic armed group in his capacity as chairman, said a central committee member.
Even as the people of Nagaland await, believing that a solution to the decades-old conflict in the Naga hills is around the corner, the Indian government maybe be forced to do a re
Traditional farming methods and ways of life are being threatened by imaginary borders across the eastern part of Nagaland State in India and the western part of Myanmar.