All stories by K Anurag
'Won't back down': Rahul in Assam court for RSS caseRediff.com29 Sep 2016
'These cases are filed against me to prevent me from working for the weaker and deprived sections of the country.'
BJP backs new Arunachal govt; denies orchestrating Congress exodusRediff.com16 Sep 2016
The 44 legislators, including Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu, who deserted the Congress party on Friday and joined the People's Party of Arunachal are set to form a new government with the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led North East Democratic Alliance.
Assam: Amit Shah promises to end infiltrationRediff.com10 Feb 2016
Keeping an eye on the upcoming assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah on Wednesday promised the people of Assam that if his party comes to power it will put an end to unabated infiltration in the state from Bangladesh.
ULFA leader Anup Chetia to give up armed waysRediff.com24 Nov 2015
Anup Chetia, who is now lodged at the Guwahati Central Jail, said that he wanted to join the pro-talks faction of the ULFA.
Gogoi proposes Bihar-like anti-BJP 'understanding' for Assam pollsRediff.com9 Nov 2015
Gogoi says BJP will suffer the same fate as Bihar in Assam if secular forces unite.
Watery mess: Floods inundate Assam, leave residents strandedRediff.com23 Sep 2015
Rain-induced flash floods crippled life on Wednesday for the second time in the past four days.
No home for rare rhinos: Floods in Assam spell doomRediff.com2 Sep 2015
Heavy flooding has caused animals at Kaziranga and Pabitora to move to higher land, making them more vulnerable to poaching.
Nagaland: 7 NSCN-K ultras killed by security forcesRediff.com29 Aug 2015
At least seven insurgents belonging to Naga rebel group, Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang, including one woman cadre, were killed in an exchange of fire with security forces that took place at Pangsha in Tuensang district of Nagaland close to Indo-Myanmar border.
What the peace accord means to the village where the Naga rebellion beganRediff.com11 Aug 2015
The locals of Khonoma, the village of legendary Naga leader Angami Zapo Phizo, hope the Naga peace accord satisfies the aspirations of the Naga people.
Why Nagaland is not celebrating the 'historic' peace accordRediff.com7 Aug 2015
Naga rebel groups remain divided over the pact. Moreover, secrecy on accord creates apprehension in the society. K Anurag reports
Troubled years between Nagaland's two peace accordsRediff.com4 Aug 2015
Eighteen years ago the government of India signed a truce with the NSCN-IM to facilitate prolonged peace negotiations, which culminated in the August 3 peace accord.
CPRF jawan goes on rampage; kills officer, injures 4 colleaguesRediff.com17 Jul 2015
A Central Reserve Police Force jawan on Friday shot dead his officer and a member of the All Assam Students' Union and injured four colleagues when they were out on an operational task in Nalbari district of Assam.
Centre moots tightening vigil along eastern bordersRediff.com11 Jul 2015
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday said that the Centre would soon take pragmatic steps to effectively manage the country's borders with Myanmar and Bangladesh to check the movement of militants and arms.
Security forces kill two ultras in MeghalayaRediff.com28 Jun 2015
Security forces recovered two pistols, some ammunition from the slain militants, a defence source informed.
Assam: Gogoi wants more funds, not visits by Union ministersRediff.com27 Jun 2015
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi has stated that backward state of Assam and the Northeast region as a while need more fund from the Centre instead of frequent visits of Union ministers, a new and unprecedented trend since Independence.
NDFB-S militants shoot at, torture journalistRediff.com19 Jun 2015
The militants accosted Prasanta Kumar, shot him, tortured him and then dumped his body at Tangla area.
This Assam national park now a sanctuary for Bodo militantsRediff.com17 Jun 2015
National Democratic Front of Bodoland-Songbijit members are seeking refuge from the army and police personnel inside the sprawling Manas National park, a tiger reserve.
NSCN-K threatens to destabilise North-East IndiaRediff.com11 Jun 2015
Security forces in Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh have mounted vigil in areas where the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagalim (Khaplang) led by Burmese-origin Naga S S Khaplang has strong influence.
'War zone' memories haunt Kuki villagers Chandel ambushRediff.com6 Jun 2015
The area was a theatre of violence for several years since Naga-Kuki ethnic clash broke out in 1993 and the civilian Kuki tribe population suffered severely in that war zone.
Rise of UNLFW threatens peace in northeastRediff.com5 Jun 2015
The newly-formed common forum of Northeast insurgent groups based in Myanmar has posed a renewed threat to security and peace in the troubled region.