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Toll free helpline for women in distress launched in Tripura

Agartala: Tripura police introduced a toll free helpline, for women in distress to lodge their complaints, on Saturday to mark International Women's Day. Police officials

'Corruption-free Meghalaya crucial'

SHILLONG: Eradication of corruption at all levels would be the government's prime objective, Governor Krishan Kant Paul said during his address at the Meghalaya assembly ...

‘M'laya facing power deficit’

Shillong, March 7 (IANS): Meghalaya, which was once a power surplus state, is facing a power deficit of 20-30% of the demand. "The power scenario ...

Opposition parties condemn dissolution of Arunachal assembly

Guwahati, March 7 (IANS): Opposition parties in Arunachal Pradesh Friday condemned the dissolution of the assembly by the governor and termed it a 'most undemocratic ...

UNC gets written assurance from Government of India

NEW DELHI, March 7 (NNN): The Government of India has informed the United Naga Council (UNC) in written that the process to form a special ...

Cong banned in Saikul by Kuki-Naga bodies

IMPHAL, March 7 (NNN): Nagas and Kukis in Saikul assembly constituency or Saikul sub-division under Senapati district have banned all the activities of the Congress ...

Garo rebels causing serious concern: Meghalaya governor

Shillong, March 7 (IANS): Meghalaya Governor K.K. Paul Friday expressed concern over the growing influence of the outlawed Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA), a rebel ...

Baichung’s got a goal... is it a winner?

KOLKATA/DARJEELING: He's scored many goals on the field, but it's still far from certain if Baichung Bhutia can score a vital one for his new ...

Sensitise Delhi Police about NE people's problems: HC

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Wednesday directed the city police to sensitise its 83,000 police personnel about the problems faced by people from the ...

Environmentalists oppose govt’s move to dehorn rhino

GUWAHATI: The Assam government's move to explore trimming of horns to save rhinos from poaching was opposed by an environmental activist body which said it ...

Bru Repatriation before Lok Sabha polls

AIZAWL: The Bru refugee repatriation from Tripura to Mizoram will be completed before the Lok Sabha polls. In this connection, the District Level Core Committee ...

Panel to watch poll spending in Arunachal

ITANAGAR: The Election Commission has declared Arunachal Pradesh as one of the most expenditure sensitive states in the country and accordingly, a high power committee ...

Parties welcome multi-phase polling in North East

Agartala/Guwahati: Several political parties in the northeast Wednesday expressed happiness over the multi-phased Lok Sabha polls, except for Assam's regional party Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) ...

Arunachal assembly passes Lokayukta bill

ITANAGAR: The deck is cleared for creation of a Lokayukta in Arunachal Pradesh, with the assembly passing the Lokayukta Bill by voice vote after a ...

‘Congress to get more seats in North East’

Shillong: Exuding confidence that northeastern states would contribute more seats to the Congress' kitty, Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma Wednesday reiterated that his Gujarat counterpart ...

NPF Manipur responds to BJP statement

SENAPATI: Retorting to the comment of BJP candidate Prof Gangmumei Kamei that the Naga People's Front (NPF) is a Nagaland based political party, the NPF, ...

KNF-N denies kidnapping of laborers

SAIKUL: Kuki National Front-Nehlun (KNF-N) has washed-off its hand in the kidnapping of the two labourers of the Guwahati based construction agency ABCI Infrastructure Private ...

Manipur LS polls: MCC comes into force

IMPHAL: The Model Code of Conduct of the ensuing 16th Lok Sabha elections 2014 has come into force from today along with the announcement for ...

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 ...
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ED inaugurates new ramp for differently abled

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): The newly constructed ramp in the Evaluation Directorate office building, Kohima, to facilitate access for differently abled persons was inaugurated by

Workshop on Measles held in Zunheboto

ZUNHEBOTO, APRIL 24 (DIPR): A one day District Measles Surveillance Workshop was held at Youth Hall, Zunheboto, on April 22.Dr Sheila Longkumer, SMO- WHO, was

'Increase in crimes against women alarming'

DIMAPUR, April 24(MExN): The Nagaland State Commission for Women has condemned the heinous rape of a 5 year old girl at Kohima by one Povetso

Nagaland News File

Dimapur Electrical Division informs of power cut todayDIMAPUR, APRIL 24 (MExN): The office of the Executive Engineer, Dimapur Electrical Division, has informed that due to

New District Hospital for Longleng

LONGLENG, APRIL 24 (DIPR): Minister Health & Family Welfare, Government of Nagaland, Imkong L. Imchen, along with Minister Industries & Commerce, S. Pangnyu Phom, Principal

Model United Nations Workshop held at Kohima

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): 80 young leaders aged between 15 to 21 years were selected from different districts of Nagaland for a 3 day Model

NPF Kohima Division ‘dumbfounded’ by allegations

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): The NPF Kohima Division said it was dumbfounded by the “immature statement and allegations” made by Congress and INC candidate for

‘Customary laws will continue to play an important role’

Our CorrespondentTseminyu | April 24Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) Deputy Speaker Er. Levi Rengma today asserted that it is an established fact that customary laws shall

‘Invest in the future, defeat malaria’

KOHIMA: The National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Directorate of Health and Family Welfare Nagaland has stressed on the need for continued investment and