• Rail blockade by adivasis in West Bengal

    Adivasis lifted rail blockade after 22 hours in West Bengal

    India | September 25, 2018 12:32 IST

    Members of the Bharat Jakat Majhi Marwa lifted the blockade at Nekusini, Khemasuli, Balichak and Salboni stations of the South Eastern Railway between 2.16 am and 3.40 am, he said.

  • ndfb s militants accused of adivasi killings arrested

    NDFB-S militants accused of Adivasi killings arrested

    India | January 09, 2015 12:00 IST

    Guwahati: Two dreaded NDFB-Songbijit militant leaders responsible for the massacres of Adivasis have been arrested along with four of their associates and a large quantity of arms seized from their possession, a senior police officer

  • rajnath singh talks tough on tackling ndfb

    Rajnath Singh talks tough on tackling NDFB

    Politics | December 25, 2014 13:36 IST

    Guwahati/Sonitpur:  Taking tough, Home Minister Rajnath Singh today declared that strong action will be taken against NDFB(S), which massacred over 70 people in Assam on Tuesday, asserting that the Centre has “zero tolerance” policy for

  • toll rises to 78 in assam violence

    Toll rises to 78 in Assam violence

    India | December 25, 2014 12:35 IST

    Guwahati: The toll rose to 78 today in attacks by NDFB(S) and retaliatory violence in lower Assam with Adivasis setting afire houses of Bodos as the backlash to the Tuesday massacre continued for the second

  • flashback 2014 challenges that home ministry faced this year

    Flashback 2014: Challenges that Home Ministry faced this year

    India | December 26, 2014 11:04 IST

    New Delhi: Terror outfit ISIS appeared to have emerged as a threat factor in the Indian security radar during 2014 which wrapped up on a tragic note with massacre of over 60 Adivasi by Bodo

  • assam more violence as toll rises to 71 backlash by adivasis

    Assam: More violence as toll rises to 71, backlash by Adivasis

    India | December 27, 2014 12:33 IST

    Guwahati: Violence escalated in Assam today as the toll in the carnage by NDFB(S) militants rose to 71, mostly women and children, with advivasis retaliating by torching houses and attacking a police station during protests