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Mizoram's rail connectivity cut-off temporarily

SILCHAR: Mizoram has been virtually cut-off from other states in terms of railway connectivity for over a week now following a rail blockade by a

Zeliangrong bodies serve ultimatum

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Youth Front (ZYF), All Zeliangrong Students Union (AZSU) and Zeliangrong Students Union, Manipur (ZSUM) have served three days ultimatum to the warden ...

SC to hear Tripura High Court's order on teachers

New Delhi/Agartala: The Supreme Court, admitting a special leave petition (SLP) Monday, stayed Tripura High Court's order for framing a new employment policy within two ...

Zeliangrong orgs decry incident of woman giving birth in jungle and assault of student

Dimapur: The Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland) and Zeliangrong Baudi (Manipur) has vehemently condemned the Maram student assault and also condemned the state machineries ...

‘Mnp Govt trying to derail Indo-Naga peace process’

Tahamzam: The United Naga Council has charged the Manipur Government of trying to derail the Indo-Naga peace process on the pretext of law and order. ...

Repatriate refugees to Mizoram: Tripura

Agartala: The Tripura government and a Lok Sabha member from the state have once again urged the central government to take steps to repatriate the ...

Suspected militants arrested in Tripura

Agartala: Two suspected militants, including a police constable, have been arrested in Tripura and some incriminating documents and fake Indian currency seized from them, police ...

Arunachal taking necessary steps to control JE spread

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh has taken all necessary steps to prevent further spread of Japanese Encephalitis and the health department is closely monitoring the current situation ...

ATSUM condemns Maram student assault

IMPHAL: The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) has vehemently condemned the physical assault meted out to Ringsanbou Newmai, a BA student studying in Don ...

'Arunachal needs new tourism hotspots'

ITANAGAR: Calling tourism an industry which can engage locals and minimize rural-to-urban migration, All Arunachal Pradesh Tour Operators' Association (Aaptoa) demanded that new tourist circuits ...

NGT maintains ban on coal mining in M'laya

Shillong, August 1 (IANS): The National Green Tribunal (NGT) Friday maintained its ban on coal mining in Meghalaya, contending that right to life was far ...

TSL blames Mnp Govt for Ukhrul situation

UKHRUL, August 1 (NNN): The Tangkhul Shanao Long (TSL) or Tangkhul Women Union has blamed the Government of Manipur for the present tense situation in ...

‘Alternative Arrangement’ so that we may live with an identity: UNC

Tahamzam, August 1 (MExN): The United Naga Council has stated that the demand for ‘Alternative Arrangement’ is for “an interim and emergency intervention to change ...

One-way, one-stop office for NE suggested

New Delhi: An IPS officer belonging to the northeast in every city with a sizable population from the region, a one-stop office for redressing complaints ...

24-hr 'total shut down' in Ukhrul

Ukhrul: Intensifying its agitation, Tangkhul organisations have announced to have a 24-hour 'total shut down' in Ukhrul starting from midnight of July 31.Tangkhul Naga Long ...

AVBM celebrates 9th Foundation Day

Nakachari (Jorhat): Assam Valley Baptist Mission (AVBM) celebrated its 9th foundation day with Bijoy Krishna Handique, Former MP and DoNER union minister from Jorhat gracing ...

ZSUM, ZYF decry ‘torture’ of student

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Students’ Union, Manipur (ZSUM) and Zeliangrong Youth Front (ZYF-Assam, Manipur and Nagaland) has strongly condemned the physical ‘torture’ meted out to one ...

'Every 4 hours, a woman is molested in Assam'

GUWAHATI: The rate of increase in crimes against women can be measured by the fact that at least one woman was molested every four hours ...

UNC informs on 10-day agitation

SENAPATI: Clearing the air of confusion over its mode of agitation, the United Naga Council (UNC) said that public transport or any other vehicular movement ...

Tangkhul public prevented from organising prayer programme

Ukhrul: Security forces stationed at Ukhrul town and the public had a hard time today with the former shielding the Tangkhul Long Ground when the ...
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Reflections

Our CM Gogoi is the undisputed shadow boxing champion of Nagaland and Assam.

NLA Speaker condemns ‘racial segregation’ against NE people

KOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN):  Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA)  Speaker, Chotisuh Sazo today stated that he is “disheartened to see the Northeasterners who served in various

Kaito calls for infrastructure led growth

KOLKATA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): Nagaland Minister for Industries and Commerce, G Kaito Aye has stated that “the key to development of the North East region

12 Hour Assam bandh today

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): A conglomeration of 18 tribal unions in Assam has called for a twelve hour Assam Bandh on September 23. Reports in
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Oil operations launched in Peren

Nagaland CM, TR Zeliang along with his cabinet colleagues, government and MOGPL officials at the launching of pre-production phase of oil and natural gas operation
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Discovering the village of Mbaupungwa

The quiet village of Mbaupungwa surrounded by natural beauty. Beyond the Barak River bordering the village, one can see the mountain ranges of Naga inhabited

NSF demands ‘fresh examination’

Urges NPSC to ‘nullify’ General Studies Paper-1 multiple choice questionsKOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has written to the Chairman of the
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Nagaland

A young Naga is seen angling for fresh water fish in a stream in Tuensang. In streams, baits are usually positioned at places where fishes
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Indian women win 25m team pistol bronze

Bronze medalists of the women's 25m Rapid Fire Pistol Team shooting, from left, Rahi Jeevan Sarnobat, Anisa Sayyed and Heena Sidhu of India, pose for