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Assam floods: 67 dead, Rajnath to visit flood-hit areas Wednesday

Guwahati: Sixty-seven people have been killed in the floods in Assam's Brahmaputra Valley even as Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Minister of State for Home

Fathom 2014: A cultural extravaganza of North East

Arunachal Pradesh student performs Tai Lung during the Fathom 2014 – an endeavour of the students and faculty from Northeast India in Pondicherry University. Puducherry: Fathom ...

Assam’s British era railway track becomes history

Guwahati: A 221-km gauge railway track that was built by the British way back in the last decade of the 19th century through the most ...

Security tightened in Tripura and Assam for Durga Puja

Agartala/Silchar: Armed with sophisticated weapons and electronic gadgets, a large number of security personnel have been deployed in Tripura and Assam for the Durga Puja. ...

‘J&K, M’laya inadequately prepared for floods’

NEW DELHI: The recent floods have shown that preparation level in Jammu and Kashmir and Meghalaya to deal with such calamities was not up to ...

Five candidatures accepted for Manipur bye-election

IMPHAL: Five out of the six candidates who had filed their nominations for contesting the by-election to Hiyanglam constituency of Manipur's Thoubal district were accepted ...

Karbi & Rengma mothers discusses ‘rights and peace-building’

The participants at workshop on indigenous women’s rights and peace-building organized by the Indigenous Women Forum for North East India (IWFNEI) at Bokajan on September ...

Tripura troopers to be deployed for Haryana polls

AGARTALA: Five companies of Tripura State Rifles (TSR) troopers will be deployed in Haryana to facilitate peaceful state assembly elections Oct 15, an official said ...

A fight for dignity: BLF discusses ‘North East India’

BANGALORE: Amid the more glamorous sessions in Bangalore Literature Festival  (BLF), featuring Chetan Bhagat and Rani Mukherjee, were sessions of substance that brought forth important ...

Maram Students’ Union decries potholed NH

Vehicles struggle to drive through on the puddle-laden National Highway in Maram area, Manipur.  Senapati: Expressing deep concern over the “numerous potholes” along the National ...

Meghalaya flood toll rises to 52

Shillong: The death toll in the recent flash floods and landslides in Meghalaya has risen to 52, officials said Sunday.Meanwhile, the National Disaster Response Force ...

NIAPA’s MOI to showcase exclusive collection in Nagaland

Collection of Northeast India Academy of Performing Arts’ MOI.  Dimapur: After its successful show at the recent Couture Fashion Week, New York, the official clothing ...

Centre to Assam: Use disaster relief fund

GUWAHATI: Assam is now caught in the politics of flood. A day after Chief minister, Tarun Gogoi sought special package of Rs 1000 Crore for ...

Northeast Briefs

GNLA slams ANVC factions over agreementGuwahati, September 27 (TNN): Meghalaya's Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) criticized rival rebel outfit Achik National Volunteer Council (ANVC) and ...

Inpui student leader assaulted

IMPHAL: The All Inpui Student Union (AISU) has urged the transport counter association of Sagolband, Imphal to resolve the student leader assault case at the ...

85 killed by floods in Assam, M'laya: NDRF DG

Guwahati:  A total of 85 people have been killed due to heavy floods and inundation in Assam and Meghalaya, the NDRF said on Saturday.After combating ...

Floods: Rijiju assures central aid, Meghalaya seeks Rs.2,000 crore

Shillong: Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijju Saturday conducted an aerial survey of flood-hit areas of Meghalaya where 46 people have been killed and ...

Oil India investing Rs1,200 crore to revamp pump stations

GUWAHATI: Energy major Oil India today said it is investing Rs 1,200 crore to revamp the pump stations of pipelines for carrying crude to refineries ...

Railway track conversion to hit supply of essentials in NE

Agartala: The supply of foodgrains and other essentials to Tripura, Mizoram, parts of Manipur and southern Assam would be severely affected due to gauge conversion ...

Last journey on historical Silchar-Lumding metre gauge line

Karimganj: People of Barak Valley in Assam will undertake their last railway journey on the metre gauge track of the historical Silchar-Lumding route tomorrow with ...
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Tuli Paper Mill to resume ‘full capacity’ work in ‘24 months’

Morung Express NewsDimapur | September 30 The Nagaland Pulp & Paper Company Ltd. (NPPC), or the Tuli Paper Mill, will resume work to its “full

Nagaland sports and neglected infrastructure

(File Photo) The State Stadium in Dimapur has been under construction since 2006. Amidst the regular excuses, the Government of Nagaland has continued to neglect

CVC unearths land ‘patta’ forgery scam

Four main accused arrested, two abscondingMorung Express NewsDimapur | September 30Chümoukedima Village Council (CVC) has unearthed a major scam related to issuing forged land ‘patta’

Eviction order kept in abeyance

Deputy Administration Kohima eviction team at Kohima Science College, Jotsoma on September 29. (DIPR Photo) Jotsoma: The eviction order that would have been carried out

KVYO informs

Kohima: Kohima Village Youth Organisation (KVYO), in regard to the failure of Keducho Khamo to appear before KVYO as he was summoned in relation to

Banuo Z. Jamir “content and happy to be retired”

Outgoing Chief Secretary, Nagaland, Banuo Z. Jamir IAS addressing during the farewell programme held on September 30. (DIPR Photo)  Kohima: A farewell programme in honour

Nagaland DGP Besesayo Kezo retires

Besesayo Kezo and others during a farewell parade at New Police Reserve at Phesama on September 30. (Morung Photo) Phesama: Nagaland Police today accorded a befitting

Fathom 2014: A cultural extravaganza of North East

Arunachal Pradesh student performs Tai Lung during the Fathom 2014 – an endeavour of the students and faculty from Northeast India in Pondicherry University. Puducherry: Fathom