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2 accused of sexual assault handed over to police

Dimapur, November 9 (MExN): The Assam Police took into custody two men, who were apprehended by the public of Boro-Lengri on November 8 for sexual

WHO assures on health impact of mobile phones

Says that till ‘date, no adverse health effects have been established as being caused by mobile phone use’New Delhi, November 9 (IANS): The World Health ...

Public apprehend two in Boro-Lengri

Minor sexually assaulted, rape allegedMorung Express NewsDimapur | November 8Two men were apprehended by the public of Boro-Lengri, Karbi Anglong, Assam, for sexual assault and ...


Survivors release floating lanterns Saturday, November 8 at Tacloban city, Leyte province in central Philippines. Church bells pealed and sirens blared across this central Philippine ...

World ‘on brink of new Cold War’

BERLIN, November 8 (AP): Tensions between the major powers have pushed the world closer to a new Cold War, former Soviet leader Mikhail S. Gorbachev ...

‘Legal Aid is all about helping people in need’

Morung Express News Dimapur | November 8Litigation is generally protracted while its monetary cost on the people involved rather onerous. This aspect of the legal ...

Naga peace talks interlocutor to bring ‘more transparency into the process’

Itanagar, November 8 (PTI): Naga peace talk interlocutor and Chairman of Joint Intelligence Committee R N Ravi, held deliberations with youths of three insurgency-affected districts ...

AR has ‘no respect’ for CFGR: NSCN (IM)

Dimapur, November 8 (MExN): The NSCN (IM) has accused the Assam Rifles today of having “no respect” for the ‘Cease Fire Ground Rules,’ and that ...

Narendra Modi to begin ‘Act East’ tour on Nov 11

Dimapur, November 8 (AGENCIES): Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will begin a multi-nation visit to Myanmar, Australia and Fiji on November 11. He first goes ...

UN call to improve safety of journalists

Committee to Protect Journalists says 42 journalists have been killed so far in 2014 while 211 were imprisoned in 2013 and 456 have been exiled ...

‘NE cultural centres will sensitise people’

New Delhi, November 7 (IANS): As crimes against people from the Northeast continue to rise, experts Friday stressed that having northeast cultural centres in cities ...

Myanmar commanders charged with war crimes

FILE - In this June 26, 2011 file photo, Myanmar Home Affairs Minister Lt. Gen. Ko Ko attends a ceremony to mark “International Day against ...

‘Development and environment protection can go hand-in-hand’

New Delhi, November 7 (IANS): The global certification for Kerala’s Ashtamudi estuary for sustainable fishing shows that development and environment protection can go hand-in-hand, Environment ...


You don`t have Ebola, but you`re suffering from bad government. ...

HLC to probe Benreu incident

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 7 (PTI): The Nagaland state government has constituted a four member High Level Committee (HLC) to probe into the firing incident which occurred ...

Mizoram teacher arrested for sexually abusing 32 students

Aizawl, November 7 (IANS): A government school teacher was arrested in Mizoram on charges of raping and sexually abusing 32 students, police said here Friday. ...

December 1: PM to visit Nagaland

New Delhi, November 6 (AGENCIES): Narendra Modi, on his first visit to the North East as Prime Minister, will visit Manipur on November 30 and ...

Senior Myanmar officials guilty of war crimes

YANGON, November 6 (Reuters): An independent investigation by the Harvard Law School has found that troops commanded by Myanmar’s powerful interior minister and two other ...


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More extreme weather events in coming years

New Delhi, November 6 (IANS): The number of extreme climate events will increase due to climate change, the Centre for Science and Environment said Thursday. ...
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Festival fever keeps govt offices in Kohima sparse

Naga Hoho for ‘disciplinary action’ against employees absent from work at people’s expenseDimapur, November 24 (MExN): In the Nagaland State Government offices in Kohima, Hornbill

Eastern Nagas ‘forcefully converted’ to Buddhism

Those Nagas who get converted to Buddhism are allegedly offered “favorable chance to become government servants”Kohima, November 24 (MExN): The Naga National Council (NNC) has

KPLT call 48-hr Karbi bandh

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 24The Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers (KPLT) has called for a 48-hour Karbi Anglong bandh beginning November 25. The bandh has

‘Solution should precede warnings’

Aggrieved Hindi teachers to agitate at DoSE todayKohima, November 24 (MExN): “The aggrieved teachers should not be forced to work on empty stomachs,” is a


A veiled Indian woman talks to another as they harvest paddy at a rice field on the outskirts of Guwahati, Assam. About 60 percent of

Keeping India’s interests in mind: China on Brahmaputra dams

Beijing, November 24 (Agencies): China said on Monday that its projects on the Brahmaputra river will not have any negative impact on flood management and

MMC co-ordination meeting held

Mokokchung: ADC & Administrator, Mokokchung Municipal Council, Bendanglila has convened a co-ordination meeting on November 21 at MMC Conference Hall to discuss on the matter

Selouphe Village selected for SAGY

Dimapur: As the Government of India has launched Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) on 11th October 2014 to developed Gram Panchayat into Adarsh Gram, Member

EDBA bans selling lottery tickets, calendars & donation

Dimapur: The East Dimapur Business Association (EDBA) in the meeting has reaffirmed its standing resolution on November 23, imposing ban on selling lottery tickets, calendars,

Nagaland News File

Security pass for media coverage of PM’s visitKohima, November 24 (DIPR): Media persons are informed to submit applications to the Director, IPR, for obtaining security