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Pradip Deka hopes son Jayanta will leave the “war”

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Sabitya Baishya shows a photo of her son Dhanjit who joined the ULFA in September

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Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) activists takes part in a protest against the killing of innocent people in Tinsukia District of Assam last evening, in front of Rajiv Bhawan in Guwahati.

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Former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi takes part in a protest organized by Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC ) against the killing of innocent people in Tinsukia District of Assam last evening, in front of Rajiv Bhawan in Guwahati. Five people were killed by suspected United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) terrorists at Kherbari Bisonibari in Tinsukia district on Thursday evening.

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Mrinal Hazarika, convener of Khilanjiya Mancha Asom and pro-talks ULFA leader, addresses a press conference, at Dispur Press Club in Guwahati.

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Kuladhar Saikia Director General Police of Assam visits at Kujupathar village, in Tinsukia district. Bhaskar Kalita, the officer in-charge of Bordumsa police station was killed in an encounter with ULFA insurgents at Kujupathar village on Friday night.

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Three suspected militants belonging to United Liberation Front of Assam Independent (ULFA-I) and a territorial Army officer were killed in an encounter in Mon district of Nagaland. One civilian was also killed in cross-firing.

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Arms and ammunitions recovered from three suspected militants belonging to United Liberation Front of Assam Independent (ULFA-I), killed in an encounter in Mon district of Nagaland. A territorial Army officer and a civilian was also killed in cross-firing.

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Deported ULFA leader Anup Chetia was brought by the CBI on a transit remand and produced before the court of the Chief Judicial Magistrate amid tight security.

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A senior police officer paying tributes to a slain jawan who was killed in the encounter with ULFA militants, in Tinsukia.

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Ulfa leader Arabinda Rajkhowa with his team at the Home Ministry in New Delhi.

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ULFA leader Hira Sarania (2nd right) and his associates Sarfaraj Ali Nawaz (R), Pradeep Choudhuri (3rd Right ) and Pankaj Kalita at a police station in Guwahati after their arrest on charges of extortion and kidnapping.

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Passengers walk along a road as vehicles were off the roads in Guwahati during ULFA's 12-hours Assam bandh called in protest against AICC President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi's visit to the city.

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The Ulubari flyover wears a deserted look in Guwahati during ULFA's 12-hours Assam bandh called in protest against AICC President and UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi's visit to the city.

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ULFA's Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa (L) along with delegation comes out after meeting with Union Home Secretary RK Singh in New Delhi.

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Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa (2nd R) and other top ULFA leaders after their meeting with Union Home Secretary RK Singh in New Delhi.

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Separatist guerrilla outfit ULFA—in Delhi now for talks with the Centre—calls a “suspension of operations” agreement to end violence in Assam. The deal will stand till a peace pact is signed.

ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, accompanied by a delegation, coming out after a meeting with Home Minister at North Block in New Delhi. The government signed the Suspension of Operation (SoO) pact with the banned outfit ULFA.

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ULFA President Arabinda Rajkhowa along with other leaders of the outfit at LGBI Airport in Guwahati, after submitting charter of demands to the Central Government.

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ULFA President Arabinda Rajkhowa, (3rdR) accompanied by a delegation, arrive to attend the meeting with Home Minister P Chidambaram at North Block in New Delhi.

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United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) cadres take part in a ceremony to mark their 32nd raising day in Kakopathar about 550 kilometers east of Guwahati. The rebels have been fighting for an independent homeland for ethnic Assamese people for the past two decades.

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United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa (left) and other officials take part in a ceremony to mark their 32nd raising day in Kakopathar about 550 kilometers, east of Guwahati. The rebels have been fighting for an independent homeland for ethnic Assamese people for the past two decades.

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A view of deserted Bhangagarh over-bridge during a 12 hour strike called by ULFA, in Guwahati.

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TALKS After 31 years in the bush, separatist outfit ULFA starts unconditional talks with the Centre for an “honourable, just” solution to the Assam problem.

ULFA Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa along with the other top leaders of the outfit after their arrival from New Delhi, at the LGB International Airport in Guwahati.

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ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa, accompanied by a delegation, and Union Home Secretary G K Pillai (R) after a meeting with Home Minister at North Block in New Delhi.

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Union Home Secretary G K Pillai and ULFA chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa shake hands during a meeting at North Block in New Delhi.

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Union Home Minister P Chidambaram and a delegation of ULFA leaders led by its Chairman Arabinda Rajkhowa (2nd L) at a meeting at North Block in New Delhi.

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Paresh Barua at an ULFA training camp near China-Myanmar border

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Banned United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA) leader Chitraban Hazarika greets the crowed and media outside the Guwahati central jail after his release in Guwahati.

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Banned ULFA Foreign Secretary Sasha Choudhury, center, walks out from the Guwahati Central Jail after his released in Guwahati. Choudhury, who was arrested in Bangladesh in Nov.1 2009, was granted bail by a special Terrorist and Disruptive Activities Act court paving the way for his release.

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Chairman of ULFA, ARABINDA RAJKHOWA, on bail in Guwahati. He is to lead talks with government. A defiant ULFA chief Paresh Barua remains at large.

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Arabinda Rajkhowa, Chairman of the outlawed United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA), meeting his 98 years old mother after a gap of 30 years, at Lakwa in Sivasagar district of Assam on Sunday night January 02, 2011, a day after he was released from Guwahati Central jail.

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Arbinda Rajkhowa, Chairman of United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA), talks to the media outside the Central Jail in Guwahati ,after being released on bail for the ULFA- government peace talk.

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ULFA ideologue Bhima Kanta Buragohain being felicitated at Ranga Ghar, where the organisation was founded, in Sivasagar after his release from Guwahati Central Jail.

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Pranati Deka, cultural secretary of the banned Militant group United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA), waves after she was released on bail in Guwahati.

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ULFA deputy commander-in-chief Raju Baruah outside the Central Jail in Guwahati after being released on bail for he ULFA- government peace talk.

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Raju Baruah, self-style deputy commander-in-chief of outlawed United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA), being produced at a court in Guwahati.

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ULFA Publicity Secretary Mithinga Daimari who is lodged in Central Jail coming out of the jail after his a TADA court granted him bail in Guwahati. Daimari was arrested by the men of Royal Bhutan Army in 2003 during Operation All Clear in Bhutan and handed over to Assam government.

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Pradip Gogoi, Vice President of United Liberation front of Assam, being produced before Tada court in Guwahati.

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Activists of the People's Committee for Peace Initiative in Assam (PCPIA) staging a protest demonstration in Guwahati, demanding the release of United Liberation Front of Assam (ULFA) leaders and revival of peace talks between ULFA and the Central Government.

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Rescue work in progress near the derailed and damaged oil tankers of a goods train after a blast near Moriani in Assam's Jorhat district. 12 tankers were charred and four others derailed due to a blast allegedly triggered by ULFA militants.

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Bhangagarh flyover in Guwahati looks deserted during the 12-hour Assam Bandh, called by the ULFA after their foreign secretary Sasadhar Choudhury and finance secretary Chitrabon Hazarika were picked up from Indo-Bangla border in Tripura.

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In the biggest-ever surrender in Assam, 68 militants, including 66 belonging to the ULFA, laid down arms before Assam Director-General of Police R N Mathur and Army 4 Corps G-o-C Lt Gen B S Jaswal in Guwahati.

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The bodies of people killed in a crossfire are seen at Borkapanitema village, about 25 kilometers west of Guwahati. Assam Police confirmed today that kidnapped FCI official P C Ram had died after being caught in crossfire between a police team and a group of ULFA cadres in Kamrup district. Two ULFA militants were also killed in the gunbattle at Borkapanitenga village that began last night and continued till early this morning. Ram was kidnapped by the ULFA in the Ulubari area of Guwahati on April 17. A body believed to be his was subsequently dug out of a field in Baksa district and even identified by his son Prabin Gautam. Shortly after the body was cremated in New Delhi on July 2, the ULFA told the media that Ram, FCI's senior-most official in the north-east, was still alive and a man claiming to be Ram also called his family in Ghaziabad to say that he was alive. This prompted security forces to launch fresh operations to trace Ram. His son, Prabin Gautam has identified his body.

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Saturday 28 April
The organising aecretary of United Libration Front of Asom (ULFA) Shashanka Baruah alias Ananta Gogoi, second right, and Dipu Gogoi alias Rakhi, right, stand in front of ammunition recovered from them in Guwhati. ULFA’s crack unit — the 28th battalion strike force — suffered a major setback when police arrested its organising secretary, Ananta Gogoi, his wife and daughter, and a recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition from them. Two M-20 pistols, 200 bullets for AK-47 rifles, four-and- a-half kg of RDX, 18 explosive devices, a remote controlled improvised explosive devise, two switches for programmable time devices, grenades, Rs 11,000 in cash and eight extortion notes were seized from them- making it one of the biggest arms hauls of the year in the state.

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