Myanmar: Militant groups launch attack on Army after launch of “resistance war” against Junta, civilians flee across the border towards Mizoram
The Myanmar militants launched a surprise attack on the junta soldiers when the soldiers were conducting inspections in Thantlang
Banned outfit ULFA(I) releases one of the two Quippo employees near Myanmar border more than 100 days after abducting them
After released by ULFA(I), Pranam Kumar Gogoi crossed the Indo-Myanmar border on foot, where Indian Riffles soldiers found him
As Myanmar police officers flee to India to avoid shooting at civilians, Myanmar authorities request India to return them
Head of Myanmar's Falam district wrote to Mizoram's Champhai district DC to return 8 police officers "to uphold friendly relations"
Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s 75-year-old state counselor, President Win Myint, and other members of the National League of Democracy were arrested at their residences in the capital Naypyidaw early on Monday.
China supplying funds, missiles and other sophisticated weaponry to terrorist group Arakan Army to weaken India and Myanmar: Report
China wants to expand its area of influence towards the India-Myanmar border by arming Myanmar terrorists with missiles
Manipur: Assam Rifles denies IPS officer’s molestation charge against its jawan, says she brought suspicious items from Myanmar and tried to bypass scanning lane
Assam Rifles denies woman IPS officer's molestation charge against its Jawan, says she entered Myanmar illegally and bought suspicious goods
Modi Government secures release of four Indian nationals abducted by Arakan Army in Myanmar, one died during detention
The released Indian nationals, along with the body of the deceased, have reached Sittwe in Myanmar and will be leaving for Yangon Myanmar on Tuesday for onward journey to India.
Supreme Court to hear plea filed by two Rohingya men against Central Government’s plan to deport the illegal immigrants
Supreme Court Tuesday agreed to hear the petition against the Central government's proposal to deport over 40,000 Rohingyas to Myanmar.
Indian forces carried out joint ops with Myanmar Army, wiped out terrorist camps near Mizoram border
The joint ops were planned for days and started on February 17. By March 2, it is reported that all terrorist camps along the Mizoram border were destroyed.
Reportedly, most of the Rohingya immigrants had gone to Saudi Arabia carrying Bangladeshi passports which were obtained using fake documents.
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