Innocents' Massacre Inflames Northeastern India
Widespread demand for repeal of security law unsettles Modi government
By: Nava Thakuria
On December 4, soldiers from India’s elite 21st Parachute Regiment (some shown above, in training), searching for armed rebels in the troubled Nagaland state which borders Myanmar, opened fire on a group of what they thought were rebels only to discover the six were coal miners returning home from a shift.
What happened next has put the …
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