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Naoba's Chakhumang: A must for contemporary Manipuri food

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): It's been around for more than two decades and its chef has worked at New Delhi's Hyatt Regency Hotel. Today, Naoba's

15% hike in power tariff in Meghalaya

SHILLONG, APRIL 17 (PTI): The Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission (MSERC) has approved a 15 per cent hike in power tariffs, rejecting the state government's ...

Irom Sharmila not allowed to vote

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): Human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who has been on a fast for 13 years against a special, stringent anti-terror act ...

Manipur records 74 percent polling

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): Around 74 percent of the 874,000 voters cast their ballot Thursday for the second Lok Sabha seat in Manipur, officials said.An ...

ATSUM threatens agitation

IMPHAL: The All Tribal Student Union, Manipur (ATSUM), led by Muan Tombing has threatened to launch intense agitation from the middle of next month if ...

ZYF condemns Jiribam incident

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Youth Front has taken strong exception to the Jiribam incident in which innocent Nagas including students were attacked and severely beaten up ...

Manipur votes for its second LS seat today

Imphal: The Congress-ruled Manipur votes Thursday for its second Lok Sabha seat."Over 12,000 central para-military forces and state security personnel have been deployed in the ...

Conflict induced displacement must end: AHRC

Hong Kong: The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has condemned the “violent attacks” on the Rengma Nagas in Karbi Anglong and called upon the Governor ...

Tribal leaders discuss challenges of modernity

Dimapur, April 15 (MExN): Under the initiative of NEZCC, leaders from various tribal communities based in Dimapur met at NEZCC to discuss about “the challenges ...

Murder at Ghathashi Town condemned

DIMAPUR, April 15 (MExN): The Ighanumi Welfare, Dimapur, has condemned the “cold blooded murder” of late Kuhovi Swu, S/o Xekiye of Ighanumi village by one ...

Assamese student beaten up by Delhi college mates

New Delhi: A 21-year-old Delhi University undergraduate hailing from Assam was Tuesday beaten up by his fellow students inside the college canteen over a petty ...

BJP's 75-year-old Bijoya Chakraborty takes on Congress' 32-year-old Manas in Assam

GUWAHATI: It will be a contest between experience and exuberance when former Union minister Bijoya Chakraborty of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) takes on Manas ...

Manipur's second Lok Sabha seat votes Thursday

IMPHAL: Eight candidates are in the fray in Thursday's poll to Manipur's second Lok Sabha constituency with issues like misgovernance, unemployment and drug menace besides ...

'ECI to remove Bru voters form Mizoram electoral roll'

AIZAWL: The Election Commission of India (ECI) will soon make provision for removal of Bru voters from Mizoram electoral roll. According to Mizoram chief minister ...

After polls, Assam celebrates Rongali Bihu

Guwahati: After two phases of hectic campaigning and balloting for the Lok Sabha polls in Assam, the state Monday got into a exuberant mood to ...

Northeast Briefs

Doc arrested from MLA’s houseGUWAHATI, APRIL 14 (AGENCIES): The Paltanbazar police have arrested a prominent doctor in Guwahati charging him with assaulting his wife on ...

ZB, ZSU condemn assault on four persons in Manipur

Imphal: As a fallout of the Jiribam-Tamenglong district boundary dispute, a house was burnt down and four persons were assaulted late Sunday, alleged Zeliangrong Baudi ...

WVC demands changes in Dikhu project DPR

MON: The Wanching Village Council (WVC) has written to the Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for Power, expressing concern over the latest Detailed Project Report (DPR) regarding ...

Poll panel to make 11km Darjeeling trek to ensure chance to vote

DARJEELING, April 13 (AGENCIES): The Election Commission of India (EC), organising the largest democratic exercise in the world, is literary walking that extra mile to ...

Mamata lashes out at Gorkha Janamukti Morcha for backing outsider

DARJEELING: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday lashed out at the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) charging them of not choosing a local person ...
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NSDZ & Economic development in Nagaland

In conversation with Neichüte DouloVibi YhokhaKohima | April 17“In the next twenty years, we will be de-populated. It’s very simple! That’s how economic imbalance takes

Nagaland News File

Flight rescheduled DIMAPUR, April 17 (MExN): Following the cancellation of flight AI-705 on April 17, Air India flight from Kolkata to Dimapur and vice versa

More condemns April 13 minor rape case

Dimapur, April 17 (MExN): Various organizations continue to condemn the April 13 minor rape incident at New Ministers’ Hill Kohima. Poumai Hoho Nagaland: The Poumai

Kiphire-bound liquor seized

DIMAPUR, APRIL 17 (MExN): Excise personnel manning the check-post at Chumukedima seized 324 bottles of illicit rum from a Kiphire-bound Tata Sumo (NL 07C 1825)

ANSU flays education dept

PEREN, April 17 (MExN): The education department has come under flak for negligence from the All Nchangram Students’ Union (ANSU). A press release from ANSU

Naoba's Chakhumang: A must for contemporary Manipuri food

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): It's been around for more than two decades and its chef has worked at New Delhi's Hyatt Regency Hotel. Today, Naoba's

Manipur records 74 percent polling

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): Around 74 percent of the 874,000 voters cast their ballot Thursday for the second Lok Sabha seat in Manipur, officials said.An

15% hike in power tariff in Meghalaya

SHILLONG, APRIL 17 (PTI): The Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission (MSERC) has approved a 15 per cent hike in power tariffs, rejecting the state government's

Irom Sharmila not allowed to vote

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): Human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who has been on a fast for 13 years against a special, stringent anti-terror act