SPEECH OF NIKETU IRALU ON THE 8TH NAGA PEOPLE’S CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON INDO-NAGA POLITICAL

SPEECH OF NIKETU IRALU ON THE 8TH NAGA PEOPLE’S CONSULTATIVE MEETING ON INDO-NAGA POLITICAL TALKS ORGANISED BY THE NSCN (IM) ON AUGUST 25 AT NIATHU RESORT, DIMAPUR I want to thank the Organising Committee for the invitation to participate in this Consultative Meeting today. This is the 8th consultation conducted by the NSCN (IM). Today I am recalling the first

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STATE SHOULD ADVISE ITS CITIZENS TO REMAIN ALERT DURING RAINY SEASONS

By Oken Jeet Sandham From time to time, the State capital Kohima has been virtually under siege following heavy downpours. The only bridge over Sanuorii stream connecting Kohima main town and the State’s main Secretariat, Assembly Secretariat and almost all the State’s directorates was washed away two weeks back and now people are telling it will take months to complete

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IN-DEPTH THINKING AND POLITICAL WISDOM CRUCIAL TO SOLVING NAGA PROBLEM

By Oken Jeet Sandham Almost all the people and even those who have been so closely associated with leaders of the NSCN(IM) for years in working to find solution to the decades old Naga political issue have been caught napping when the Government of India has inked the “Framework Agreement” with the NSCN (IM) on August 3, 2015 at Delhi.

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THE SIGNING CEREMONY OF “FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT” & MODI MISSES MANY

By Oken Jeet Sandham I have been closely observing the fast political development taking place after Prime Minister Narendra Modi tersely conveyed his mind and plan towards settlement of the Naga issue to the 19-Member Parliamentary Working Committee (PWC) of Nagaland. He actually opened up his mind what he was intending to do with regard to the solution to the

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NOBODY KNOWS WHAT PRIME MINISTER MODI’S “80%” FORMULA TO NAGAS IS!

By Oken Jeet Sandham When 19-Member Parliamentary Working Committee (PWC) of Nagaland met Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Delhi, he told them, “You expect 100. (But) If I give you 80%, doesn’t mean I will not give 20%.” Interestingly, this “80%” had prominently dominated in the two-day discussion on the Naga political issue from July 23 to 24, 2015 in

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