Indian Army cdos kill 3 Pak soldiers in cross-border raid

Jammu/New Delhi, Dec 26:Commandos of the Indian Army crossed the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday night and killed at least three Pakistani soldiers in a “tactical retaliatory strike”, government sources said on Tuesday, amid heightened military and diplomatic tension between the two neighbours.

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Jammu/New Delhi, Dec 26:Commandos of the Indian Army crossed the Line of Control (LoC) on Monday night and killed at least three Pakistani soldiers in a “tactical retaliatory strike”, government sources said on Tuesday, amid heightened military and diplomatic tension between the two neighbours.

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Moving beyond territorial integrity : No to separate administration

As a man who has been there, seen it all and experienced it, he must know what he was talking about. And as a man widely perceived to be a faithful Congman all these years, there is perhaps no other person better suited than to speak out on behalf of the party, especially when it […]

As a man who has been there, seen it all and experienced it, he must know what he was talking about. And as a man widely perceived to be a faithful Congman all these years, there is perhaps no other person better suited than to speak out on behalf of the party, especially when it […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/10/moving-beyond-territorial-integrity-no-to-separate-administration/

NSCN(K) claims attack at ArP

Guwahati, October 10 2017: More than 40 Indian Army personnel suffered heavy casualties in a planned ambush by NSCN (K) in Niausa of Arunachal Pradesh today . But Army’s Public Relations Officer (Defence) Guwahati and Shillong Lt Col Suneet Newton denied the report of the incident when contacted . Talking to Times of Assam, NSCN(K)/GPRN […]

Guwahati, October 10 2017: More than 40 Indian Army personnel suffered heavy casualties in a planned ambush by NSCN (K) in Niausa of Arunachal Pradesh today . But Army’s Public Relations Officer (Defence) Guwahati and Shillong Lt Col Suneet Newton denied the report of the incident when contacted . Talking to Times of Assam, NSCN(K)/GPRN […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/10/nscnk-claims-attack-at-arp/

3 personnel killed in ambush by NSCN (K)

Guwahati, September 27 2017: At least 3 Indian Army personnel were killed and several others injured in a gunfight between Army and mobile unit of NSCN(K) in Lankhu village of Myanmar, today. The incident took place at Indo-Myanmar border at 3 am. There is also input that the encounter continued till 9-10 am . The […]

Guwahati, September 27 2017: At least 3 Indian Army personnel were killed and several others injured in a gunfight between Army and mobile unit of NSCN(K) in Lankhu village of Myanmar, today. The incident took place at Indo-Myanmar border at 3 am. There is also input that the encounter continued till 9-10 am . The […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/09/3-personnel-killed-in-ambush-by-nscn-k/

Minor Raped by Army Jawan in Arunachal

In a shocking incident, a minor has been repeatedly sexually harassed by an Indian army jawan in Bhalukpong area of West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Further the victim was found to be eight months pregnant. The victim who reportedly hails from Bhairavkund area of Udalguri district of Assam was working at the house of […]

In a shocking incident, a minor has been repeatedly sexually harassed by an Indian army jawan in Bhalukpong area of West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. Further the victim was found to be eight months pregnant. The victim who reportedly hails from Bhairavkund area of Udalguri district of Assam was working at the house of […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/08/minor-raped-by-army-jawan-in-arunachal/

SoO groups in the news for wrong reasons : CCpur uproar and others

Armed groups making it to the news is an accepted thing. Not taking names, but so many armed groups are in the news on a regular basis, whether it is a statement issued by them, whether it is about an arrest or two, whether it is a rebuttal to the claims made by the police […]

Armed groups making it to the news is an accepted thing. Not taking names, but so many armed groups are in the news on a regular basis, whether it is a statement issued by them, whether it is about an arrest or two, whether it is a rebuttal to the claims made by the police […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/08/soo-groups-in-the-news-for-wrong-reasons-ccpur-uproar-and-others/

NEFIS welcomes Supreme Court Order directing CBI to conduct Investigation into cases of extra-judicial killings!

NEFIS Welcomes Supreme Court Order Directing CBI To Conduct Investigation Into Cases Of Extra-Judicial Killings! Stand Of Democratic Movement Against Afspa Vindicated! Scrapping Of Afspa By Central Govt. Next Logical Move! North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) welcomes the order of Supreme Court directing Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct inquiry into the cases of […]

NEFIS Welcomes Supreme Court Order Directing CBI To Conduct Investigation Into Cases Of Extra-Judicial Killings! Stand Of Democratic Movement Against Afspa Vindicated! Scrapping Of Afspa By Central Govt. Next Logical Move! North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) welcomes the order of Supreme Court directing Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to conduct inquiry into the cases of […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/07/nefis-welcomes-supreme-court-order-directing-cbi-to-conduct-investigation-into-cases-of-extra-judicial-killings/

NEFIS Submits Memorandum To Manipur CM Seeking To Get Army Camp Shifted Out Of Manipur University!

NEFIS Submits Memorandum To Manipur CM Seeking To Get Army Camp Shifted Out Of Manipur University! Welcomes Army Officials’ Willingness To Shift Army Camp Out Of Mu! The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) today submitted a memorandum to the Manipur Chief Minister, seeking his attention on the problem of stationing of army in […]

NEFIS Submits Memorandum To Manipur CM Seeking To Get Army Camp Shifted Out Of Manipur University! Welcomes Army Officials’ Willingness To Shift Army Camp Out Of Mu! The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) today submitted a memorandum to the Manipur Chief Minister, seeking his attention on the problem of stationing of army in […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/07/nefis-submits-memorandum-to-manipur-cm-seeking-to-get-army-camp-shifted-out-of-manipur-university/

NEFIS along with MUSU meets Army Officials, pursuades them to shift Army Camp out of Manipur University.

NEFIS along with MUSU meets Army Officials, pursuades them to shift Army Camp out of Manipur University. NEFIS welcomes Army Officials’ willingness to shift Army Camp out of Manipur University. The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) along with the representatives of Manipur University Students’ Union (MUSU) met the Indian Army officials regarding […]

NEFIS along with MUSU meets Army Officials, pursuades them to shift Army Camp out of Manipur University. NEFIS welcomes Army Officials’ willingness to shift Army Camp out of Manipur University. The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) along with the representatives of Manipur University Students’ Union (MUSU) met the Indian Army officials regarding […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/07/nefis-along-with-musu-meets-army-officials-pursuades-them-to-shift-army-camp-out-of-manipur-university/

Manipur killings: Seeking justice for hundreds of ‘unlawful deaths’

Human rights activists in India – on behalf of the country’s Supreme Court – are investigating more than 1,500 alleged unlawful killings. Last year the court took the unprecedented step of empowering civilian investigators in the north-eastern state of Manipur where the Indian army and police have been fighting an insurgency for four decades. Later […]

Human rights activists in India – on behalf of the country’s Supreme Court – are investigating more than 1,500 alleged unlawful killings. Last year the court took the unprecedented step of empowering civilian investigators in the north-eastern state of Manipur where the Indian army and police have been fighting an insurgency for four decades. Later […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/07/manipur-killings-seeking-justice-for-hundreds-of-unlawful-deaths/

Nefis Protests Against West Bengal Govt For Brutally Repressing Gorkha People In Darjeeling!

The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) alongwith with other democratic people of the city today held a protest demonstration against the brutal repression of Gorkha people by the West Bengal Government in Darjeeling It should be known that Gorkha people have been protesting in Darjeeling Hills since last few days demanding a […]

The activists of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) alongwith with other democratic people of the city today held a protest demonstration against the brutal repression of Gorkha people by the West Bengal Government in Darjeeling It should be known that Gorkha people have been protesting in Darjeeling Hills since last few days demanding a […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/06/nefis-protests-against-west-bengal-govt-for-brutally-repressing-gorkha-people-in-darjeeling/

Rtd Lt Gen Himalaya set to become MPSC head

IMPHAL: Retired Lieutenant General Konsam Himalaya Singh, who is the first Indian Army officer from North-East to become a Lieutenant General, will be appointed as chairman of Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC). According to official reports, a decision to this effect was arrived at during the cabinet meeting held on Friday and an order in this regard is likely to be issued very soon. The post for MPSC chairman has […]

IMPHAL: Retired Lieutenant General Konsam Himalaya Singh, who is the first Indian Army officer from North-East to become a Lieutenant General, will be appointed as chairman of Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC). According to official reports, a decision to this effect was arrived at during the cabinet meeting held on Friday and an order in this regard is likely to be issued very soon. The post for MPSC chairman has […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/04/rtd-lt-gen-himalaya-set-to-become-mpsc-head/

Curses come home to roost

Sometime in 2010, three former cadres of the Manipur’s People’s Liberation Army were “recruited” by 3 Corps of the Indian Army based at Rangapahar near Dimapur (Nagaland), under its intelligence and surveillance unit that reports to its General Officer Commanding. The three had apparently been used by this “cloak and dagger” unit for activities that […]

Sometime in 2010, three former cadres of the Manipur’s People’s Liberation Army were “recruited” by 3 Corps of the Indian Army based at Rangapahar near Dimapur (Nagaland), under its intelligence and surveillance unit that reports to its General Officer Commanding. The three had apparently been used by this “cloak and dagger” unit for activities that […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2017/04/curses-come-home-to-roost/

Centre asks Manipur govt to utilise Central forces properly

NEW DELHI, Dec 28 : The Centre has asked the Manipur government for proper utilisation of 17,500 paramilitary personnel sent to the state to reopen a national highway which was blocked for nearly two months by a Naga group. In a communication, the Union home ministry conveyed to the Manipur government to “re-arrange and utilise” […]

NEW DELHI, Dec 28 : The Centre has asked the Manipur government for proper utilisation of 17,500 paramilitary personnel sent to the state to reopen a national highway which was blocked for nearly two months by a Naga group. In a communication, the Union home ministry conveyed to the Manipur government to “re-arrange and utilise” […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2016/12/centre-asks-manipur-govt-to-utilise-central-forces-properly/

2 villagers missing from army custody

Two Karbi villagers, who were picked up by the Indian army while they were preparing to perform the last rites of one of their family member, has allegedly went missing from their custody sparking outrage and tension among the local population in Dokmoka area. Villagers have identified the two as Longki Hanse (30 years) and […]

Two Karbi villagers, who were picked up by the Indian army while they were preparing to perform the last rites of one of their family member, has allegedly went missing from their custody sparking outrage and tension among the local population in Dokmoka area. Villagers have identified the two as Longki Hanse (30 years) and […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2016/10/2-villagers-missing-from-army-custody/

Meghalaya CM wants Indian Army to take up surgical strikes against NE militants

Mukul Sangma says that the Central government should be aggressive in dealing with terrorists. In what could send shock waves to dozens of militant outfits in Northeast India, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Friday asked the Narendra Modi government to launch surgical strikes on militant camps in Myanmar and Bangladesh. Sangma made the comment […]

Mukul Sangma says that the Central government should be aggressive in dealing with terrorists. In what could send shock waves to dozens of militant outfits in Northeast India, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Friday asked the Narendra Modi government to launch surgical strikes on militant camps in Myanmar and Bangladesh. Sangma made the comment […]

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2016/10/meghalaya-cm-wants-indian-army-to-take-up-surgical-strikes-against-ne-militants/

Withdraw Army from Manipur if AFSPA is to go: Indian Army Senior officers

Highlights: The Army’s role in the northeastern states is not limited to counter-insurgency operations alone. According to an officer, the Army is called in only after the state runs out of options. Manipur, with its border with Myanmar, is a major transit route for several terror outfits. KOLKATA: On Friday, even when deliberations were underway […]

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Highlights: The Army’s role in the northeastern states is not limited to counter-insurgency operations alone. According to an officer, the Army is called in only after the state runs out of options. Manipur, with its border with Myanmar, is a major transit route for several terror outfits. KOLKATA: On Friday, even when deliberations were underway […]

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Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2016/07/withdraw-army-manipur-afspa-go-indian-army-senior-officers/

Indian Army pesonal rapes a pregnant Bodo woman in Kokrajhar district of Assam; North East students demanded arrest of the rapist

North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) protests in front of Assam Bhawan and demands immediate arrest of army personnel who raped a pregnant woman in Kokrajhar district of Assam.  

North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) protests in front of Assam Bhawan and demands immediate arrest of army personnel who raped a pregnant woman in Kokrajhar district of Assam.

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A large number of activists, students and north-east people protested today, in front of Assam Bhawan under the banner of North-East Forum for International Solidarity (NEFIS) condemning the brutal gang rape of a pregnant woman by the army personnel in Assam’s Kokrajhar district which took place late on Sunday night. NEFIS demands immediate arrest of army personnel who raped the woman in Kokrajhar district of Assam.

Eminent activist Maya John of Centre for Struggling Women too joined the protest and pointed out the role of “AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Powers Act)”  in granting impunity to the Armed forces personnel who have been abusing the people of North-East including Assam, who have faced various forms of repression in the past. Among which women are the most vulnerable victims, facing brutal exploitation such as rape. It is to be noted that AFSPA (Armed Forces Special Powers Act) is imposed in various districts of Assam under which Army officers have legal immunity for their actions. There are serious chances of putting even this rape case under the carpet as done earlier. Police cannot take any action against the perpetrators unless the Home Ministry gives permission for the same. Such provisions clearly stand against common masses as such cases are gross violation of human rights and justice. NEFIS will take the issue further in the coming days if the government does not immediately arrest the perpetrators and takes action against them.

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2015/08/indian-army-rape-a-pregnant-bodo-woman-in-kokrajhar-district-of-assam-north-east-students-demanded-arrest-of-the-rapist/

Exclusive Photos: Phaikoh Village Manipur Myamar Border, where Indian Army were supposedly picked up by Helicopter after the operation

Phaikoh Village lies in the border between Manipur (India) and Myanmar.  The famous ‘Myanmar attack’ that Indian Army have claimed to have carried out against Naga/Metei millitant camps in the Manipur

Phaikoh Village lies in the border between Manipur (India) and Myanmar.  The famous ‘Myanmar attack’ that Indian Army have claimed to have carried out against Naga/Metei millitant camps in the Manipur Myamar border or inside Myanmar, to take revenge against Manipur Ambush at Chandel which killed 20 soldiers, wouldn’t have been possible without passing through Phaikoh Village, Ukhrul Manipur. Photo journalist and freelancer Deepak Shijagurumayum and few of his friends visited the border village to find out the truth.

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School children returning from school in Phaikoh Village, Ukhrul, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum.
View of Angko Hill where the operation took place by the Indian Army in Tamu District, Myanmar. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Road in Tamu District, Myanmar. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
The ground which served as a helipad for the Indian army, involed in the operation in Myanmar at Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
The ground which served as a helipad for the Indian army, involed in the operation in Myanmar at Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Primary school in Phaikoh Village, Ukhrul, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Primary school in Phaikoh Village, Ukhrul, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Janghen Jangkholem, Secretary Paikoh Village at the border pillar number 102 at the border in Paikoh Village, Ukhrul, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Phaikoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Nampan Lok/River which traversing near India-Myanmar border at Phaokoh Village, Manipur. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
View of Angko Hill where the operation took place by the Indian Army in Tamu District, Myanmar. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum
Jungle in Tamu District, Myanmar. Express photo by Deepak Shijagurumayum

 

 

Read more / Original news source: http://kanglaonline.com/2015/06/exclusive-photos-phaikoh-village-manipur-myamar-border-where-indian-army-were-supposedly-picked-up-by-helicopter-after-the-operation/