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Five-member panel to look into Khasi language issue

Shillong: Dismissing a resolution moved by the Opposition to get the Khasi language included in the Constitution’s Eighth Schedule, Meghalaya CM Mukul Sangma today announced

Arunachal guv calls for balanced harnessing of natural resources

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Governor Lt Gen (Retd) Nirbhay Sharma today exhorted scientists to address challenges posed by the climate change and at the same time ...

ULFA plot to trigger blasts ahead of Modi visit unearthed

Guwahati: Insurgent outfit ULFA had planned to carry out serial blasts and other subversive activities here ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's scheduled visit to ...

Congress to demand inclusion of NE history in text books

New Delhi: Congress is likely to raise in Parliament next week the issue of inclusion of the history of the North Eastern Region in country's ...

Par panel approves bill on Indo-Bangla agreement

New Delhi: A parliamentary panel is learnt to have approved a bill to give effect to the India-Bangladesh Land Boundary Agreement (LBA) recommending that the ...

Tripura CM attacks Centre over curtailment of MGNREGA funds

New Delhi: Launching a scathing attack on the Narendra Modi-led government for its "anti-poor" policies, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar today said the Centre is ...

Meghalaya no to chemical fertilizers

Shillong: Meghalaya is doing away with chemical fertilizers and pesticides which reportedly causes millions of cases of pesticide poisoning every year, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma ...

Northeast Briefs

Meghalaya ‘most wanted’ militant arrested in Tamil Nadu Guwahati, November 26 (The Indian Express): William A Sangma, self-styled commander of Achik National Cooperative Army (ANCA), ...

Assam blames centre for law and order problem

Guwahati: Facing criticism over the blast in Dibrugarh and recovery of a powerful bomb in a train, the Assam government Tuesday said the responsibility of ...

Assam protests China's dam on upper Brahmaputra

Guwahati: Anti-dam organisations in Assam have raised their voices against the reported completion of a major hydropower project by China on Yarlung Zangbo, the Tibetan ...

'NE development a high priority'

New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the northeast later this month, the ministry for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) Monday ...

Tripura seeks access to Bangladesh ports

Agartala: The Tripura government will ask Prime Minister Narendra Modi to persuade Bangladesh to provide access to its water and land routes to transport men ...

Meghalaya to include Khasi language in 8th Schedule

Shillong: The Meghalaya government has promised to get Khasi language, spoken by at least 1.5 million people in the state, included in the 8th Schedule ...

Revived traditional irrigation brings joy to Assam farmers

Guwahati: The gurgling water flowing fast through a traditional canal system that has been revived in water-scarce parts of Assam has brought cheer to farmers ...

AASU takes out rally against jihadi activities in Assam

Tiwa tribesmen in traditional attire join others in a procession demanding the sealing of the porous India-Bangladesh border in Guwahati on Saturday, November 22. (AP ...

Murdered Naga scholar ‘was a reclusive, shy student’

Mumbai: At the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), there is a sense of unease among a select bunch—including teachers and students— who are yet ...

'Make in India' depends on academia-industry synergy

Itanagar, November 21 (IANS): President Pranab Mukherjee Friday said the government's "Make in India" initiative depends to a large extent on the deepening of the ...

Pardon for 400 ANVC militants

Shillong, November 21 (PTI): More than 400 armed Garo militants of Meghalaya will receive pardon for their crimes, an official peace pact tabled by Chief ...

Majority in NE want BCIM economic corridor: Survey

Guwahati, November 21 (IANS): A vast majority of informed people in northeast India feel the Bangladesh China India Myanmar (BCIM) economic corridor will benefit the ...

Crimes against women: NHRC issues notice to Tripura govt

Guwahati, November 21 (The Indian Express): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued notices to the chief secretary and DGP of Tripura on a ...
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Phillip Hughes dies aged 25

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes loses his fight for life two days after being hit by bouncerSYDNEY, November 27 (AP): Australian batsman Phillip Hughes died in


Looks like our sleeping pillars woke up. See, our town is shining. Potholes are gone. Modi is a great motivator indeed!

Most land conflicts in India due to acquisition by state, study reveals

Kolkata, November 27 (IANS): At least 25 percent of India’s districts are affected by some form of land conflict and a majority of these arise

ADB reluctant to fund border road projects

New Delhi, November 27 (PTI): A Congress member contended in Lok Sabha on Thursday that Japan is now backing out of funding the border roads

Encourage creativity among Naga children

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 27 (MExN): “Every child is an artist; the problem is how to remain an artist once he/she grows up,” said the famed artist

LS Speaker to grace 50th anniversary of NLA

New Delhi, November 27 (MExN):  Lok Sabha Speaker, Sumitra Mahajan is the Chief Guest for the 50th anniversary celebration of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly at

NPSC informs candidates

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 27 (MExN): The Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) today informed that it has partially modified its earlier notification dated September 12, 2014 with

7 Dimapur schools declared tobacco free

DIMAPUR: The Dimapur District level Co-ordination Committee Review meeting (third question 2014-15) on Tobacco Control Programme was held at the DC’s Conference hall Dimapur on

9 soldiers indicted for Kashmir killings

Srinagar, November 27 (IANS): Nine soldiers have been indicted for killing two youth in Jammu and Kashmir’s Budgam district Nov 3 and will face court