The very detailed website of the Naga International Support Center has recently come to my attention. It is based in The Netherlands.

According to its introduction it “has been set up to focus attention on a very real but forgotten conflict” in what they call “Nagalim”. “Nagalim” is the territory in eastern India and northern Burma that is claimed by many Naga as an independent country. It is far larger than the “Nagaland” which is recognised by the Indian government. Anybody looking to clarify the extent of the claimed territory will find these maps helpful.

New Mandala readers with interests in a wide range of Southeast Asia’s pressing political, social and cultural issues will find that this website rewards a visit. It has extensive sections on relevant news, culture and history. There is also a selection of photographs of Naga life and people.