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Mass prayers to keep Mizoram prohibition

AIZAWL: Mizoram Synod's second highest decision-making body, the Synod Executive Committee (SEC) of the Presbyterian Church of India, the most powerful church in Mizoram, decided

Expert panel on Bodoland fails to visit Assam

New Delhi: Amidst strong opposition by several groups, the head of an expert committee set up by government to examine the demand for Bodoland today ...

Tripura to abolish open defecation in two years

AGARTALA: With the help of the central government's flagship rural jobs scheme MGNREGS, the Tripura government has embarked upon fully abolishing open defecation in the ...

Meghalaya to repeal Lokayukta act

Shillong: Meghalaya government today said it would repeal the Lokayukta Act, 2013 and introduce a new legislation following the passage of the Lokpal Bill by ...

Holiram Bordoloi case: NHRC seeks status report

Dimapur:  The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) today directed the Union Home Secretary, Government of India to submit status report on the missing mercy petition ...

Tripura tops list for giving rural jobs for fifth year

Agartala: Tripura has kept its top position for the fifth consecutive year for offering 66 person-days so far in the current fiscal in executing the ...

Manipur People's Party responds to UNC statement

IMPHAL: Reacting to the comment of the United Naga Council (UNC) that Nagas and Meiteis should peacefully part ways as they can never live together, ...

ZYF (AMN) seeks attention for Khoupum dam project

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Youth Front (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland) has expressed concern at the “lackadaisical perfunctory and casual approach of the State government towards the ...

Akhil Gogoi arrested; protests erupt across Assam

Guwahati: RTI activist and President of Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti Akhil Gogoi was today arrested in connection with the self-immolation of a KMSS activist last ...

Northeast Briefs

Tuki allocates portfolios to newly inducted ministersITANAGAR, MARCH 2 (PTI): Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has allocated portfolios to the newly inducted cabinet ministers, ...

100-hr Dima Hasao bandh ends, prices of commodities soar

Haflong: The 100-hour Dima Hasao bandh came to and end today after severely affecting normal life in the last four days with almost all offices ...

UNC appeals for peaceful parting

NEW DELHI: The United Naga Council (UNC) has reiterated for the peaceful parting of the Nagas and the Meiteis in Manipur, saying that both the ...

Sikkim eyes to double tourists flow to Kanchenjunga

New Delhi: The Sikkim government has taken a number of steps to strengthen infrastructure and improve facilities to attract tourists to the Kanchenjunga, India's highest ...

NGOs turn to Okram for better HIV care in Manipur

IMPHAL: Highlighting the plight of People Living with HIV and AIDS (PLHIVs) in the state, various NGOs submitted a joint memorandum to chief minister Okram ...

Woman 'burnt' for returning late from Rahul Gandhi meeting; probe underway

Guwahati: A woman panchayat leader was allegedly burnt to death for returning late from an interaction with Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi during his visit to ...

Northeast govt taking steps to promote tourism

GUWAHATI: The northeastern region has tremendous potential to become a tourism hub, be it through its natural beauty, rich biodiversity or diverse cultures, the region ...

Rly tracks damaged on fourth day of Dima Hasao bandh

HAFLONG: Railway tracks and bridges were today damaged in Haflong in Assam on the fourth day of a 100-hour bandh, affecting the supply of essential ...

Improve living conditions of Assam clash victims, centre urged

NEW DELHI: A fact-finding team Saturday urged the central government to take cognizance of the victims of an ethnic clash who are staying in camps ...

AMUCO demands white paper on meetings between MHA and UNC

IMPHAL: Warning the Central Government and the Manipur Government of strong protest, the All Manipur United Clubs Organisation (AMUCO) has demanded that a white paper ...

PM urged to talk to Myanmar over freedom movement sites

Guwahati: With Manmohan Singh visiting Myanmar next week, the Assam branch of the All India Patriotic Forum has urged the prime minister to talk with ...
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Vehicles requisitioned for election asked to claim hire chargesKohima, April 15 (DIPR): All private vehicles requisitioned and used for the just concluded Parliamentary Elections in

ENPO supports NSSATA demand

Dimapur, April 15 (MExN): The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) has appealed to the Department of School Education, Nagaland, to address the “extreme plight and

CTC Convocation 2014

Students and faculty of Clark Theological College during the college graduation ceremony on April 13. Mokokchung, April 15 (MExN): The 39th Clark Theological College (CTC) graduation

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

Governor visits fire victims in Dimapur

Nagaland Governor, Dr. Ashwani Kumar, interacting with victims of the April 12 fire incident at Muslim Colony, Lhomithi Village, on April 15. DIMAPUR, APRIL 15 (MExN):