at Rang Ghar, a historic structure dating to the Ahom kingdom (1228–1826) and began operations in 1990.
Sunil Nath, former Central Publicity Secretary and spokesman of ULFA has stated that the organisation established ties with the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) in 1983 and with the Burma based KIA in 1987.
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Although he is supremely confident in his job, his home life is in complete disarray.
But all of that is about to change when Nam Da Jung (Yoona from Girls’ Generation), a young reporter who is desperate for a good scoop on the prime minister, comes into his home as tutor for the children.
In January 2010, ULFA softened its stance and dropped demands for independence as a condition for talks with the Government of India.
The ULFA was founded on 7 April 1979 in Sivasagar, Assam by some youths which included Paresh Baruah, Arabinda Rajkhowa, Anup Chetia, Pradip Gogoi, Bhadreshwar Gohain and Budheswar Gogoi.