ULFA Current Affairs, GK & News
Starting from 16 May 2019, the armies of India and Myanmar carried out a 3-week-long coordinated operation in their respective border areas called ‘Operation Sunrise 2’ to bust terror camps. The operation was targeted at militant groups operating in Manipur, Nagaland and Assam. This was the 2nd edition of Operation Sunrise. Key Highlights Participants: From ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2019
Category: Defence Current Affairs
Topics: Arakan Army • India-Myanmar • Kaladan Multi-Modal Transit Transport Project • National Democratic Front of Boroland • National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang • NDFB • NSCN-K • Operation Sunrise 1 • Operation Sunrise 2 • ULFA • United Liberation Front of Assam
Dineshwar Sharma appointed as Government of India (GoI) representative to hold sustained dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir (J&K)
Former IB Chief Dineshwar Sharma, a 1976 batch Kerala cadre IPS officer, has been appointed as the Government of India (GoI) special representative to hold sustained dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir (J&K) with all stakeholders. He will hold the position of a Cabinet Secretary. As an interlocutor, he will hold peace talks with Assam’s insurgent ..
Topics: Assam • Assamese nationalism • Dineshwar Sharma • Director of the Intelligence Bureau • Intelligence Bureau • Interlocutor • Law enforcement in India • Politics of Assam • States and union territories of India • Terrorism in Assam • ULFA • United Liberation Front of Assam
Bhutan was the first country that Prime Minister Modi visited after his appointment to the post. This action in itself signifies to the world the importance attached by India to Indo-Bhutan relations. Bhutan is of strategic, geo-political and economic significance to India. Diplomatic Relations India is a country which has antagonistic neighbours, with it even ..
ULFA is the oldest outfit of Assam, founded by Paresh Baruah in April 1979, with the aim of liberating Assam “from the Indian colonial regime” through “armed struggle” and to bring about a “radical transformation of the Assamese society through scientific socialism”. This outfit had its support base in Brahamputra Valley, with training camps and ..
With an objective to bring peace in the north-eastern state of Assam, a tripartite agreement for Suspension of Operations against United Liberation Front of Assam(ULFA), was signed in New Delhi. The agreement was signed among the representatives of Central and Assam Governments and ULFA leaders. It agreed that the outfit will not carry out any ..
Topics: Assam • Assamese nationalism • Insurgency in Northeast India • National liberation movements • Northeast India • Paresh Baruah • Politics of Assam • Sivasagar • States and union territories of India • Terrorism in Assam • ULFA • United Liberation Front of Assam