ULFA-I reign of terror: Extortion notices of Rs 1 crore served, recruitments shoot up

Guwahati, Nov 23: The killing of the five Bengali speaking persons at Tinsukia district earlier this month was undertaken by the ULFA-I, investigations have found.

The ULFA-I has been involved in a spate of incidents in recent months and is trying to rake up the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill to gain an upper hand. In the process, it has managed to recruit nearly 50 youth since August this year. The fight is to regain its foothold in the Upper Assam districts.

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Not us says ULFA-I on Assam killings

Guwahati, Nov 2: The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA-Indepdent) has denied killing five persons at the Bishnoimukh village near Dhola-Sadiya bridge in Tinsukia district on Thursday.

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Indian Army’s next salvo: Operation All out at Bhutan

bhutanFlushing out militants from Bhutan is the next priority for the Indian army which recently carried out an operation along the Indo-Myanmar border.

The Indo-Bhutan border has become home for the dangerous National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Songbijit) or the NDFB(S).

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Manipur attack: Time to deal with Myanmar strongly

maniThe National Security Advisor, Ajit Doval is taking stock of the situation following the killing of 20 soldiers in Manipur yesterday.

20 soldiers of the 6 Dogra Regiment were killed in what has been termed as one of the deadliest attacks on the Indian army in 2 decades.

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