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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 ...

Trains to return to Meghalaya on April 1

Shillong, February 28 (IANS): The railways will be returning to what is now Meghalaya with the first train scheduled to chug into Mendipathar station in ...

Central team visits Changlang dist

ITANAGAR, February 28 (PTI): A high level central team, led by Ministry of Home Affairs Joint Secretary Shambu Singh, visited Changlang district on Thursday to ...

‘Joint exercise’ between UNC & MHA begins

Amidst uproar from certain quarters against the imminent creation of 'Alternative Arrangement' for Nagas in Manipur outside the Manipur Government, the United Naga Council (UNC) ...

Centre to examine Bodoland demand

NEW DELHI, February 27 (TNN): Even as Telangana awaits its birth, the Centre has moved to examine another statehood demand, this time for carving a ...

72 hours bandh to resume after some days

IMPHAL, February 27 (NNN): The 72-hour Manipur hill districts 'chakka bandh' ends today but the tribal organisations sponsoring and supporting the agitation have warned of ...

KIM and KOHR on ‘Alternative Arrangement’

IMPHAL, February 27 (NNN): The Kuki Inpi, Manipur (KIM) and Kuki Organisation for Human Rights (KOHR) have apprised the Union Home minister today in a ...

72 hours bandh to resume after some days

IMPHAL: The 72-hour Manipur hill districts 'chakka bandh' ends today but the tribal organisations sponsoring and supporting the agitation have warned of resuming the agitation ...

Quality of education worsens in Assam: ASER

IMPHAL: The percentage of children (aged 6-14) studying in government schools in the state of Assam is 77.2%, while those in private schools accounts to ...

UNC leaders to hold talks on 'Alternative Arrangement'

DIMAPUR: Leaders of the United Naga Council (UNC) have rushed back to New Delhi today in connection with the 'Alternative Arrangement' for the Nagas of ...

UCM reacts to 'Alternative Arrangement'

IMPHAL: A strong reaction has come from the United Committee Manipur (UCM) with regard to the report that the Government of India is all set ...

‘Congress needs to change, process has begun’

Activists of All Adivasi Students Association of Assam burn effigies of Rahul Gandhi, Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Assam Labour & Employment Minister Prithvi ...

MKS dismayed at NH-37 condition

Dimapur: The Maram Karalimei Swijoikang (MKS) or the Maram Students’ Union has expressed dismay at the deplorable road condition of NH-37. The delay in the ...

Manipur’s economy improving: Duggal

IMPHAL: Manipur Governor, V.K. Duggal, has said Manipur’s economy continues to grow at a steady pace though activities of insurgents have adversely affected the development ...

Mizoram keen on exploring natural resources

AIZAWL: Keen on exploring its natural resources, Mizoram government has urged Oil India Ltd., the company engaged for the exploration of natural resources within the ...

Northeast Briefs

10 injured in Assam blastsGuwahati, Feb 24 (IANS): At least 10 people were injured when militants triggered two blasts in Assam's Kamrup district Monday evening, ...

Traders in Moreh in grip of fear psychosis

Imphal: Though the residents of the border town Moreh have suspended the sealing off the international border protesting against the abduction and murder of two ...
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DNSU to hold meeting with NIOS study centresDimapur, April 16 (MExN):  The Dimapur Naga Students’ Union (DNSU) has convened a consultative meeting with all the

IGNOU Kohima celebrates 27th convocation

Our CorrespondentKohima | April 16 The Regional Centre Kohima, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) today held its 27th convocation at Modern College Kohima with

NSCB Mkg is 2nd highest profit earning branch

Mokokchung, April 16 (MExN): Nagaland State Co-operative Bank (NSCB) Mokokchung branch is the second highest profit earning branch of the bank next to Kohima (Main)

Focus on educational institutes at Zbto DPDB

Zunheboto, April 16 (DIPR): The Zunheboto District Planning and Development Board meeting was held on April 15 at DC’s conference hall, Zunheboto. During the meeting,

Modern Institute of Teacher Education's field trip to Tuophema

Kohima, April 16 (MExN): Student-teachers and staff of Modern Institute of Teacher Education (MITE), Kohima visited Tuophema Model Village on April 11, 2014 and interacted

KVK Wokha conducts scientific advisory committee meeting

Wokha, April 16 (MExN): Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Wokha, ICAR for NEH region, Nagaland Centre conducted the annual Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting on April 7, 2014

57 students graduate from Trinity Theological College

DIMAPUR, APRIL 16 (MExN): Senior Pastor, Queenstown Baptist Church, Singapore, Rev. Dr. Richard Loh on April 13 urged upon theologians and spiritual leaders to surrender

Rape of a minor condemned

Kohima, April 16 (MExN): The Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has strongly condemned the April 13 incident, where a minor girl was raped by Povetso

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