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November 26, 2002

Government lifts ban on NSCN-IM

November 25, 2002

Centre to lift ban on NSCN-IM

July 8, 2002

PM, Advani keen on resolving Naga problem: Shourie/PTI

June 21, 2002

Nagaland govt withdraws arrest warrant against Muivah: PTI

June 18, 2002

500,000 at rally for anti-ceasefire agitation victims: PTI

June 12, 2002

Manipur: Naga MLAs abstain from special session - PTI

May 05, 2002

Mizoram CM to participate in Naga peace talks

November 3, 2001

Nagas in Manipur demand Greater Nagaland

August 13, 2001

Nagas cut off Manipur with economic blockade

August 11, 2001

NSCN issuing quit notices: Student groups

August 10, 2001

Two apex Naga church groups call for reconciliation

August 9, 2001

Sangma wants talks with all northeast groups
Manipur Nagas snap ties with government
Thousands take part in Guwahati peace

August 8, 2001

NSCN (I-M) helping rebel groups in Arunachal

August 7, 2001

NSCN (I-M) threatens to go underground
Talks with NSCN satisfactory: Padmanabhaiah

August 6, 2001

'Indian envoys know nothing of Northeast'

August 3, 2001

Padmanabhiah in Amsterdam to placate NSCM (I-M) leaders
Bandh affects normal life in Nagaland

July 31, 2001

No truce if confined to Nagaland: NSCN(I-M)/PTI
Padmanabhaiah's continuance in doubt

July 30, 2001

NSCN (I-M) may go on a fresh offensive
NSCN (I-M) rejects Centre's truce decision
NSCN (I-M) activities under close scrutiny

July 28, 2001

Confusion in NSCN (I-M) on truce
Manipur celebrates truce decision

July 27, 2001

Centre to limit Naga truce to Nagaland
Northeast CMs to meet Vajpayee on Friday

July 24, 2001

Govt may withdraw Naga truce extension

July 21, 2001

Withdraw ceasefire, Manipur leaders urge Centre

July 18, 2001

Fresh violence likely over Naga truce issue
PM holds meeting to review Naga truce

July 15, 2001

Massive protests against truce extension in Manipur

July 14, 2001

Manipuris persist with anti-ceasefire protests

July 13, 2001

Children, youths join anti-ceasefire agitation

July 12, 2001

Naga organisations oppose ceasefire review

July 9, 2001

PM's assurance fails to calm Manipur, angers Nagaland

July 8, 2001

Centre decides to review Naga ceasefire

July 7, 2001

Manipur Nagas oppose truce extension revocation

July 6, 2001

Govt ready for Parliament resolution on Naga truce

July 5, 2001

Naga ceasefire agreement needs to be amended: BJP

July 4, 2001

Naga-Meitei tension builds up in Manipur
Parties join hands to fight Naga truce extension

June 29, 2001

Anti-ceasefire rally held in Tripura
Manipur groups want ceasefire withdrawn

June 25, 2001

Question of claiming territories doesn't arise: Muivah

June 24, 2001

Nagas flee Imphal, but police deny report

June 23, 2001

Centre agrees to review issues arising out of truce agreement
Suggestions on Naga ceasefire to be considered: Advani

June 22, 2001

BJP suggests changes in Naga peace accord

June 19, 2001

Ceasefire and Greater Nagaland demand not related: Muivah
No review of ceasefire extension: BJP

June 18, 2001

Advani denies Greater Nagaland move
All parties in Manipur oppose ceasefire: George
Koijam urges Centre to review pact with NSCN

June 15, 2001

Naga ceasefire angers Samata

June 14, 2001

NSCN (I-M) agrees to extend ceasefire in Nagaland

May 24, 2001

Talks with NSCN (I-M) inconclusive

May 23, 2001

Naga talks fail to make headway

May 22, 2001

Padmanabhaiah hold talks with NSCN (I-M)

May 21, 2001

Naga ceasefire jurisdiction to be extended

April 28, 2001

Ceasefire with NSCN (Khaplang)

April 3, 2001

Home Ministry, Manipur govt battle over cease-fire

February 25, 2001

Govt for truce with two more Naga groups


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'The death of people in the Imphal valley did not move the Centre' -- Ratan Thiyam

'We can tell our neighbours there is no danger to anyone' -- Thuingaleng Muivah, NSCN (I-M) General Secretary

'There cannot be peace in Nagaland without the participation of other Naga groups' -- K Padmanabhaiahs

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