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85 killed by floods in Assam, M'laya: NDRF DG

Guwahati:  A total of 85 people have been killed due to heavy floods and inundation in Assam and Meghalaya, the NDRF said on Saturday.After combating

Floods: Rijiju assures central aid, Meghalaya seeks Rs.2,000 crore

Shillong: Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijju Saturday conducted an aerial survey of flood-hit areas of Meghalaya where 46 people have been killed and ...

Oil India investing Rs1,200 crore to revamp pump stations

GUWAHATI: Energy major Oil India today said it is investing Rs 1,200 crore to revamp the pump stations of pipelines for carrying crude to refineries ...

Railway track conversion to hit supply of essentials in NE

Agartala: The supply of foodgrains and other essentials to Tripura, Mizoram, parts of Manipur and southern Assam would be severely affected due to gauge conversion ...

Last journey on historical Silchar-Lumding metre gauge line

Karimganj: People of Barak Valley in Assam will undertake their last railway journey on the metre gauge track of the historical Silchar-Lumding route tomorrow with ...

Kiphire joins national sanitation awareness campaign

Er Subongyanger, Executive Engineer PHED interacting with participants during the public rally on national sanitation awareness campaign held Kiphire on September 27. (Morung Photo)  Kiphire: ...

2 abducted along Imphal-Silchar road

Newmai News NetworkImphal | September 26 The Joint Action Committee (JAC) formed in connection with the abduction of a driver and a handy-man along Imphal-Silchar ...

Fraudulent recruitment ring busted, Army takes cognizance

Kohima September 26 (MExN): The PIB, Defense Wing has informed that Police in Lohit District of Arunachal Pradesh have managed to break a ring involved ...

Assam flood situation grim, toll rises to 40

GUWAHATI, SEPTEMBER 26 (PTI): Assam’s flood situation remained grim with the death toll rising to 40 and Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi making an aerial survey ...

M'laya flood toll at 39

Shillong: The toll due to the massive floods in Meghalaya has risen to 39, an official said Thursday. Health authorities in the flood-ravaged Garo Hills ...

NPMHR disturbed by militarisation of NE

DIMAPUR: The Naga Peoples Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) has expressed that it is deeply disturbed by the perpetuation of violence through continued militarization of ...

Health Camp in CHC Mao

Dimapur: A Community Health Camp along with Laparoscopic Surgery is going to be conducted at CHC Mao from September 26 to October 2. A press ...

Bangladesh to restore abandoned railway linkages with India

Agartala: Bangladesh might restore the abandoned railway connectivity that existed before the partition of India to boost trade and people-to-people contact, Mohammad Mazibul Hoque, the ...

Assam flood toll rises to 31; waters receding

Guwahati: The toll in the floods and landslides in Assam Wednesday rose to 31, with the recovery of more bodies in the severely-hit Goalpara and ...

Meghalaya blockade cuts off parts of northeast

Agartala: The northeastern states of Tripura and Mizoram, and southern Assam remained cut off from the rest of India following a blockade of the National ...

Alliance Air to restore flights to northeast

New Delhi: Air India's subsidiary Alliance Air Wednesday said it will restart flights to destinations in northeast cities where it used to operate earlier.The airline ...

Japan keen to help India improve road network in Northeast

NEW DELHI: Japan today offered help to India in building road infrastructure in strategically important Northeast, a proposal unlikely to go down well with China.The ...

5th Minor Irrigation Census training conducted

Parliamentary Secretary Y. Vikheho Swu addressing the State level training for conduct of 5th Minor Irrigation Census held on September 24. (DIPR Photo)  Kohima: State ...

Incessant rains wreak havoc; 8 dead in Assam

Indian army soldiers rescue flood-affected villagers at the Chaygaon village in Kamrup district of northeastern Assam on Tuesday, September 23. (AP Photo/Anupam Nath) Guwhati: Altogether eight ...

ZB-M asks AR to respect Indo-Naga ceasefire

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong  Baudi, Manipur (ZB-M) has asked the Assam Rifles to respect the Indo-Naga ceasefire agreement of 2001 signed between the Government of India ...
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Good days for DIMUL

“Registers over 10 percent increase in sales’Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 28Dimapur District Cooperative Milk Producers’ Union Ltd, better known as DIMUL, registered over 10

School Education dept celebrates 50 years

Staffing pattern, rational posting of teachers in government schools by Feb 2015Our CorrespondentKohima | November 28 The Directorate of School Education today celebrated its 50

Khuzha/Khezha Committee celebrates 75 anniversary

Our CorrespondentPfutsero | November 28The Khuzha/Khezha Committee today celebrated its 75 anniversary at Pfutsero Local Ground under the theme “Reaffirmation of peace & unity.”In celebration

Nagaland News File

Rate charts at market places in DimapurDIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 28 (MExN): The Dimapur Municipal Council put up rate charts at a number of market places in

Hornbill International Music Festival 2014

Our CorrespondentKohima | November 28 Massive preparation is on for the forthcoming Hornbill International Music Festival 2014 starting from December 1 here at Hockey Ground,

Kohima Police to keep 'close watch' on drunk driving

Kohima, November 28 (MExN): The Kohima Police consisting of Traffic police, DEF personnel and 15 NAP Mahila BN has formed 17 teams in sector-wise comprising

All Nagaland indefinite shutter down kept in abeyance

Dimapur, November 28 (MExN): The Confederation of Nagaland Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CNCCI) have informed that the indefinite All Nagaland shutter down will be

Modi to grace Hornbill Festival of Nagaland 2014

Chizokho VeroKohima | November 28 It is official now. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will grace the Hornbill Festival of Nagaland 2014 on December 1 at


Oh shut it. We`re not dead yet! All of you take deep slow breaths. Count to 10 and wait for Modi.