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Govt extends ceasefire in Nagaland by another year
July 17, 2003 18:13 IST
Last Updated: July 17, 2003 18:46 IST
The Union government and the NationaláSocialist Council of Nagalim (I-M) on Thursday decided to extend the ceasefire in Nagaland by a year beyond July 31.
Padmanabhaiah, along with Intelligence Bureau chief KáP Singh, had left New Delhi for the Thai capital earlier this week to carry out discussions with the NCSN (I-M) leadership on the issue of extension of ceasefire, which first came into into force in 1997.
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