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Centre-DHD ceasefire extended

The government has extended its ceasefire with Dima Halom Daogah for yet another year. The decision to this effect was taken at a meeting of DHD representatives led by Dilip Nunisa with Central and state government officials in Delhi on Wednesday.

Notably, that the Dimasa outfit, who has been struggling for a separate Dimasaland, signed its ceasefire pact with the Centre on December 26 in 2006. Since then the ceasefire has been getting extension once in a period of 12 months. This is apart from seven rounds of formal talks and over 20 rounds of informal talks with the Centre. But there has been no consensus till now.
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