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Bamboo cultivation rewarding Tripura farmers

MOHANPUR, December 14 (PTI): Many tribals in Tripura are now eking out their living by cultivating bamboo, which has a very emotional relation with their

M'laya suggests withdrawal of map

Survey of India 'faulted' on contours   Shillong: Meghalaya has asked Survey of India to withdraw the 2009 map of the state which has left out ...

Mizoram: One killed, 9 injured in bridge collapse

Aizawl: One person was today killed and nine others were injured when an under construction steel suspension bridge over river Tuipui in south Mizoram's Lunglei ...

Tea workers protest decision to stop supply of subsidized grains

Dibrugarh: About 5,000 tea estate workers took to the streets in Dibrugarh on Friday to protest against the Centre's decision to discontinue the supply of ...

Naga filmmaker to capture beauty of North East in films

Dimapur: Bollywood filmmaker Rebecca Alemla Changkija, who hails from Nagaland, is set to capture the beauty of the North-east in her upcoming films. Rebecca has ...

Manipur: Demand to introduce ILP Bill in winter assembly

Imphal: The Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) has adopted a resolution to pressure the government for introducing the Inner Line Permit (ILP) ...

Development is not possible without peace: Rijiju

Agartala: Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju, during his Tripura visit, has appealed to militant groups of the region to shun violence ...

Arunachal, RusHydro seal hydropower deal

Itanagar: The Arunachal Pradesh government signed a Joint Cooperation Declaration (JCD) with a global hydropower company on Thursday.The deal came on the sidelines of the ...

Assam govt inks MoU to set up Science City

Guwahati: The Assam government on Friday said it has signed an agreement with National Council of Science Museums (NCSM) to develop a science city at ...

OHYSO to celebrate Golden Jubilee

Senapati, December 12 (MExN): The Oinam Hills Youth and Students’ Organisation (OHYSO) is set to celebrate 50 years of its existence as an organisation working ...

Mizoram Synod rejects proposal to ‘ordain women theologians’

Aizawl, December 12 (PTI): The 91st Conference of the Mizoram Synod, Presbyterian Church's highest decision making body, today rejected the proposal to ordain women theologians.The ...

BPCC tour Assam-Nagaland border

Kohima, December 12 (DIPR): Members of the Border Peace Coordination Committee (Assam-Nagaland), BPCC (A-N) have recently visited Borholla-Madhapur area bordering with Changpang in Wokha district ...

Court directs Mizoram govt to pay compensation for torture

Aizawl: The Aizawl bench of the Gauhati high court has instructed the Mizoram government to pay Rs 18 lakh as compensation to the mother of ...

BSF personnel escape ambush in Manipur

IMPHAL: Personnel of the 49 Border Security Force escaped unscathed when insurgents triggered a remote controlled bomb on Thursday morning at Sawombung, in Imphal East ...

MNF to launch agitation if govt hikes price of rice

Aizawl: Opposition Mizo National Front (MNF) today threatened to launch agitation if theMizoram government hikes the price of rice in 2015.In a press statement, the ...

Scholar outlines identification of NER in ‘Indian Nationhood’

Some of the resource persons, panellist and participants posing for lens at the national seminar titled, "North East Region (NER) in the context of Indian ...

Delhi teenager held for molesting girl from Manipur

NEW DELHI: A 19-year-old youth has been arrested for molesting a 22-year-old DU student from Manipur in southeast Delhi's Sunlight Colony on Monday night. Police ...

Trial run of Guwahati-Shillong-Dhaka bus flagged off

SHILLONG: The trial run of the Guwahati-Shillong-Dhaka passenger bus service was flagged off Wednesday from Assam's main ciy of Guwahati. The trial run is expected ...

Sikkim winter carnival and film festival to welcome tourists

KOLKATA: With a winter carnival and a film festival lined up this week, the tiny Himalayan state of Sikkim is trying to turn December into ...

Indo-Bangla to have formal agreement soon to take back illegal immigrants

GUWAHATI: In what may be a major step in tackling the age-old problem of immigrants in Assam, India and Bangladesh have started exploring modalities of ...
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Dimapur, India

An autorickshaw driver is seen browsing his cell phone as he waits for passengers in Dimapur on March 2. An organization called the General Autorickshaw

Dimapur DC terms March 4 auto strike as unauthorised

Dimapur, March 2 (MExN): Dimapur Deputy Commissioner, Wezope Kenye today informed the public that the indefinite strike called by the General Autorickshaw Drivers from March
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9th person succumbs to injury after Wokha fire

Kohima, March 2 (MExN): Another person has succumbed to injuries from the Wokha Town fire case on February 24. Chibeno Ezung (62) succumbed to her

Swine Flu: Nagaland Health Department urges alertness

DIMAPUR, MARCH 2 (MExN): The Nagaland state Health Department today stated that while the status of the Swine Flu epidemic in Nagaland is under control,

Tuensang: Curfew to be relaxed from March 3

Morung Express NewsDimapur | March 2Prohibitory orders promulgated in Tuensang under Cr.PC section 144 will be relaxed from March 3. The Tuensang District Magistrate/Deputy Commissioner
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Chirping birds & the buzz of Burmese chainsaws

One of the imported chainsaws in Phokhungri, under Meluri sub division in Phek district. Morung Express NewsPhokhungri/ Meluri | February 25Nagaland’s vast virgin forests, which

Naga wrestling goes global

Nagaland Wrestling Association launches website opening door to global participation Our CorrespondentKohima | March 2 In a move to popularize the sport of Naga wrestling,