On March 10 the Delhi High Court issued notice related to a court case to restore Luingam Luithui and his wife Peingamla Luithui as Indian citizens.
The notice issued was addressed to the Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs and the Indian High Commission at Ottawa in Canada. In the four weeks that the Delhi High Court has given the ministries to respond, they will have to argue whether citizenship can be granted to the activist and justify the stand on citizenship rules and may also face questions of why Luingam Luithui was not granted a visa despite the fact that a “look-out circular” in his name had been withdrawn in 2011.
No implementation The Forest Right Act of 2006 promised the forest dwellers of Jharkhand recognition of their rights over land and ecology. However six years after the law was passed the implementation of the law is not what was expected.
Anthony Shing is the Head of Foreign Affairs of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN-IM), which has been holding peace talks with the Government of India since 1997. Anthony Shing went missing on 27 September, 2010. He disappeared after he landed at Kathmandu international airport on 27th. He was on his way to India to attend the next round of peace talks scheduled to start on 29 September 2010.