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UNC to begin consultations today

SENAPATI: The United Naga Council (UNC) is all set to begin its series of meetings and consultation programmes from Thursday, July 3, at Senapati town.Sources

Northeast Briefs

TSA threatens 72-hour Manipur bandhIMPHAL, July 2 (NNN): Thadou Students Association-General Headquarters (TSA-GHQ) has threatened to impose a state wide 72 hour bandh from the ...

ZSUD condemns UNC’s resolution to boycott Mani

New Delhi: UNC’s resolution to boycott Mani Charenamai has come under fire from the Zeliangrong Students’ Union Delhi.In a statement received here today, ZSUD stated, ...

Mizoram wants Rajnath's help to resolve border row with Assam

Aizawl: Mizoram Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla has sought union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's intervention to resolve the Assam-Mizoram boundary dispute, an official said here Wednesday. ...

NEC reviews projects

Shillong: Two meetings were held in the NEC Secretariat, Shillong on July 1. The first meeting was held to review all on-going projects supported by ...

'Arunachal to face power shortage in current fiscal’

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh is going to face a power shortage of 156 MU (million units) during the current fiscal based on a projection made by ...

Arunachal CM urges Centre to act on China Map issue

New Delhi: Arunachal Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today said the NDA government should act appropriately and resolve the issue of China's reported claim over the ...

Power tariff up in Assam by 36 paise

GUWAHATI: What is expected to punch hole in pocket of the consumers' power tariff in Assam has gone up by 36 paise per unit from ...

Northeast Briefs

22 Die of Scrub Typhus InfectionAizawl, July 1 (PTI):  At least 22 people have died due to scrub typhus infection from ticks since 2012 in ...

'Will expedite forest clearance for Arunachal project'

Itanagar: Union Minister of State for Environment & Forests (Independent Charge) Prakash Javadekar has assured the Arunachal Pradesh government that he will expedite forest clearance ...

Kiphire observes day against drug abuse

Kiphire, June 30 (MExN): Survivors with Kiphire district user’s network in collaboration with Nagaland Users Network and IBAPWO observed International Day against Drug Abuse and ...

Imphal to have world’s tallest girder rail bridge

Guwahati: The much-delayed railway link to Manipur’s capital Imphal is set to get the world’s tallest girder rail bridge on the 125-km-long Jiribam-Tupul-Imphal route. At present, ...

Northeast Briefs

Peace Day observed in MizoramAIZAWL, JUNE 30 (PTI): 'Remna Ni' or Peace Day was observed in Mizoram today even as the state government, which declared ...

'India must settle ex-servicemen on Bangladesh border'

New Delhi: Retired Indian security personnel must be allowed to settle along the Bangladesh border to be New Delhi's "eyes and ears" vis-a-vis illegal migration, ...

Kuki Inpi Manipur protest rally on July 4

Imphal: The Kuki Inpi Manipur (KIM) is scheduled to hold a peaceful protest rally on July 4 to air their grievances over the alleged lackadaisical ...

Gauhati University removes age limit for law aspirants

GUWAHATI: Gauhati University (GU) has removed the age bar for three-year and five-year courses in law bringing cheer to law aspirants.Officials in GU said the ...

Meghalaya gripped by World Cup football fever

Shillong: From young to old, all in the mountainous state of Meghalaya only talk about the ongoing World Cup football and which team will reign ...

'NE Peace Process to Develop Gradually'

Bangkok: India's Northeast will gradually witness a sea change with the new government committed to finding a solution to the militancy issue, Minister of State ...

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Malaria kills 55 in TripuraAgartala, June 29 (IANS): A malaria epidemic has killed at least 55 people, including 46 children, in Tripura this month while ...

'Create Brahmaputra River Valley Authority'

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Sunday sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi's intervention for creation of the proposed Brahmaputra River Valley Authority (BRVA) by revamping ...
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Israel, Gaza militants trade fire after talks fail

GAZA CITY, August 20 (AP): Palestinian militants launched dozens of rockets and Israel responded with airstrikes on Wednesday after Egyptian efforts to mediate a lasting

Pak envoy defends meeting Kashmiri leaders

NEW DELHI, August 20 (AP): Pakistan’s ambassador to India defended his recent talks with Kashmiri separatists on Wednesday, saying that including them in a dialogue

Congress has never sacrificed its principles for power: Sonia

New Delhi, August 20 (PTI): Making a strong pitch for women’s reservation in Parliament and state Assemblies, Congress President Sonia Gandhi today said her party
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‘Indian Army doing enough to stop Chinese incursions’

New Delhi, August 20 (IANS): Defence Minister Arun Jaitley Wednesday said Chinese patrol guards did come within the Indian boundary, but the Indian Army’s “approach”

WDCCI informs to maintain prices

Wokha, August 20 (MExN): The Wokha District Chamber of Commerce & Industry (WDCCI) through a press release issued by its President Aben Ngullie has informed

Consultative meeting held for Clean Election

Kohima, August 20 (MExN): In the State electoral roll, 63,700 multiple/double entries and 3,874 cases of images of non-local appearing against local names have been

Call for awareness of welfare schemes

Dimapur, August 20 (MExN): Members of the Consultative Committee, Food Corporation of India (Nagaland) has called for awareness on the various welfare schemes of the

NPCC seeks clarification from BJP

Slams Nagaland BJP for comparing RSS with Naga HohoDIMAPUR, AUGUST 20 (MExN): The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) today reminded that the BJP “had done