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Surrendered militants from NDFB banned insurgent outfits are seen during the arms laying down ceremony at GMCH auditorium, in Guwahati. After signing the Bodo peace accord, now over 1500 cadres of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) will lay down their arms today before Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

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President of National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) Govinda Basumatary (C) and President of the United Bodo People's Organization (UBPO) Mihiniswar Basumatary (R) sign an accord with the Center and State government to facilitate all-round development of the Bodo areas, their language and culture without compromising the territorial integrity of Assam, in New Delhi.

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President of National Democratic Front of Boroland (NDFB) Govinda Basumatary (L) and President of the United Bodo People's Organization (UBPO) Mihiniswar Basumatary(C) sign an accord with the Center and State government to facilitate all-round development of the Bodo areas, their language and culture without compromising the territorial integrity of Assam, in New Delhi.

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Supporters of National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) shout slogans during a protest after their leader Ranjan Daimary was sentenced to life imprisonment by a court in Guwahati.

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National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) chief Ranjan Daimary, convicted in the 2008 Assam serial bomb blasts case, being taken to the special CBI court to hear the quantum of punishment, in Guwahati. Daimary and nine others were sentenced to life imprisonment by the court.

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People carry a body after rebels opened fire in a crowded market at Kokrajhar, Assam.

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Indian Army showing the recovered arms and ammunition after an attack by NDFB (S) terrorists in the market area at Balajan Tinali near Kokrajhar town, Assam.

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Injured being treated at a hospital after NDFB (S) terrorists launched open indiscriminate firing in the market area at Balajan Tinali near Kokrajhar, Assam.

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Combo- L-R- Dilip Basumatary allies Bir Baisa, Forest Secretary of NDFB (S), Khamrei Basumatary allies Udla, Deputy Commander 14th Battalion of NDFB (S) and Ajoi Basumatary allies B. Bhhum Commander 3rd Battalion of NDFB (S) being produced at CJM court at Guwahati after they were arrested from Kohima by National Investigation Agency.

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Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Sarbananda Sonwal interacting with the Bodo people, victim of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) attack in a relief camp at Bossgaon in Kokrajar of Assam.

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A relief camp after the attack by NDFB militants in Sonitpur.

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee inspects a relief camp where tribal people took shelter after NDFB attacks, in Kumargram.

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Tribal Adivashi villagers prepare their meal at a relief camp after attacks by National Democratic Front of Bodoland militants, in Kokrajhar.

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Activist of All Assam tea tribe student association protest at Salina Railway Station in Nagaon Dist during the 12 hr Assam Bandh called by different Adivasi Organisation against the Bodo militant attacks.

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Bodo villagers moving towards a safer place after they were attacked by Adivashis, in Kokrajhar, Assam.

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Children react to camera at a relief camp at Tinsuti village in Sonitpur district of Indian eastern state of Assam.

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A child drinks water in a bowl at a relief camp at Tinsuti village in Sonitpur district of Indian eastern state of Assam.

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A tribal settler shouts slogans as he blocks a road with others in protest against the attack by an indigenous separatist group on their villages, in Shamukjuli village in Sonitpur, Assam.

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Tribal woman with her child arrives for Christmas prayer in a church where they have taken refuge after fleeing from their village when it came under attack, in Shamukjuli village in Sonitpur, Assam.

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Villagers at a relief camp after the attacks by National Democratic Front of Bodoland militants in Sonitpur.

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Adivasi youths hold weapons for protection after Bodo militants group National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) attack, in Phulbari village in Assam.

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People block Gossaigaon Railway Station in Kokrajhar Dist as they protest against the Bodo militant attacks.

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A village house set on fire during attacks by National Democratic Front of Bodoland militants, in Phulbari.

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The house of a Bodo resident set afire by the tribal villagers as they retaliate after attacks by National Democratic Front of Bodoland militants, in Balidaga.

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Houses gutted by National Democratic Front of Bodoland, in Kokrajhar.

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Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi addresses a press conference, condemning the attacks by Bodo militants, at Assam Secretariat in Guwahati.

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Supporters of All Assam Tea Tribe Student Association burn articles as they block the National Highway to protest against the attacks by NDFB.

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Cabinet in New Delhi pays homage to victims of cowardly attacks on Adivasis in Assam.

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Activists of the All Assam Students Union (AASU) tie their mouths with Black clothes during a sit in protest against the brutal killing of innocent people by NDFB(S) militants, in Guwahati.

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Relatives of victims killed in Assam violence mourn at a burial ground at Narayanguri village.

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Bodies of victims killed in Assam violence lie on the banks of the River Beki, as security officers patrol the area at Khagrabari village.

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Victims in Kokrajhar, Assam where separatist militants opened fire with automatic weapons on villagers.

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An injured Bodo youth under going treatment at a hospital after Thursday's attack at Marcizora in Kokrajhar.

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Three National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB) caders Binay Islary, Loknath Brahma and Hirnaya Brahma arrested by Tezpur police along with two AK-56 and two AK-47 rifles from their possession hidden under the seats of the car they were using to travel near Brahmaputra Kaliabhomra bridge about 10 kms. from Tezpur in Sonitpur district of Assam.

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NDFB boss RANJAN DAIMARY arrested by Bangla authorities and handed over. The anti-talks faction chief of the Greater Bodoland outfit is wanted in some of Assam’s worst blast cases.