(a.k.a.: NDFB, Bodo Security Force)
This organization seeks to establish an independent “Bodoland” for the Bodo people north of the Brahmaputra River in Assam, India. The organization was founded in 1983, and a majority of the original cadres were Bodo Christians. A ceasefire has been in effect since 2005, although there have been a few violent incidents since then.
Irish National Liberation Army
(a.k.a.: Arm Saoirse Náisiúnta na hÉireann, INLA)
This Irish Republican socialist paramilitary group was formed in 1974, with the goal of creating a socialist united Ireland that is separate from the UK. Less well-known than the IRA, it was nevertheless active in events from shootings to kidnappings during its 24-year campaign before a formal ceasefire in 1998. Despite the recent paucity of operations, however, it is still considered a proscribed terrorist movement in the UK and it is illegal in Ireland.
(a.k.a.: جيش محمد or “The Army of Mohammad”)
This large jihadi group wishes to separate Kashmir from India. Coaesceiing between 2000 and 2003, the group is bnned in Pakistan and considered a terrorist group by India, the US, and the UK, among others. It is considered by many terrorist watchers to be particularly dangerous.