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With multi donor backing out, GoI to fund transmission lines in Arunachal & Sikkim

GUWAHATI: Facing stiff opposition from the China over external multi donor agency funding power projects in Northeast Indian states of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim, government

Church body calls for anti-AFSPA meet

SHILLONG: A church body has arranged for a public meeting at the Durbar Hall of Mission Compound here on September 11 to seek repeal of ...

Centre directs M'laya not to hold talks with Garo outfit

Shillong: Meghalaya Government today said it was asked by the Centre not to hold talks with the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) as the outfit ...

Patkai Christian Academy wins laurels

Ukhrul: Ukhrul’s Patkai Christian Academy has become the new champion of the eastern region’s ASISC Football tournament thereby adding more feathers to the football laurel ...

ZHRF calls for judicial inquiry on Ukhrul killings

Dimapur: The Zomi Human Rights Foundation has expressed shock at the incident that occurred in Ukhrul on August 30 where two civilians – Mayopam Ramror ...

Naga women to hold protest on September 9

IMPHAL: The Naga Women’s Union (NWU) is organising a Sit-In-Protest in all the four Naga Districts on September 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ...

TRADITIONAL VS CONTEMPORARY: The changing face of North East ensembles

New Delhi: In recent times, one can see fashion designers from the northeastern states being very experimental with the way they have portrayed the traditional ...

400 trucks stranded in Manipur and Nagaland

IMPHAL: About 400 Imphal-bound trucks are stranded at different places along the NH-39 stretch in Nagaland and in Manipur's Jiribam bordering Assam on NH-37 because ...

Rodeo UZO 125 launched in Guwahati

Guwahati: Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd. today launched the sporty new Rodeo UZO 125. Mahindra aims to redefine benchmarks of the scooter category with the head ...

UNC hits out at Gaikhangam; calls for President's Rule

Tahamzam: The United Naga Council has hit out at Manipur Home Minister Gaikhangam for ‘muffling’ the voice of the people and in this regard, has ...

HESNER: Critical issues & challenges in Health Care discussed

Guwahati, September 5 (MExN): Critical issues and challenges in Health Care System from a North East perspective were discussed during Day One of the first ...

PDA serves charter of demand to Modi

IMPHAL, September 5 (NNN): Alleging that the Government of India has remained as mute spectator when issues like state sponsored terrorism and torture of Nagas ...

NEHUTA condemns security lapses in campus

Shillong, September 5 (MExN): The North Eastern Hill University Teachers’ Association (NEHUTA) has expressed serious concern at the incidents of security lapses in NEHU.It may ...

144 CrPC imposed in Ukhrul town to be partly relaxed

Newmai News NetworkImphal | September 5Manipur Government has decided to relax the prohibitory orders imposed in Ukhrul district from 6 am to 6 pm starting ...

RNPO slam Manipur Government for ‘brutal militarization’ in Ukhrul

Dimapur, September 5 (MExN): The Rongmei Naga People Organization has slammed the Government of Manipur for what it called the “brutal militarization” of Ukhrul.A press ...

‘Bureaucratic-driven political economy’ burdens NE States

NSA organizes talk on ‘Rethinking development strategy for NE India’New Delhi, September 5 (MExN): The economic and political discourse on the development of North East ...

Mary Kom disappointed her biopic won't be shown in Manipur

New Delhi: Olympic medal winning boxer Mary Kom on Wednesday said she was disappointed that her biopic, starring Priyanka Chopra is unlikely to be shown ...

NE: An issue in DU polls

New Delhi: Students organisation are trying hard to garner votes of northeast students in the Delhi University Students' Union (DUSU) polls, with "ending racial discrimination" ...

ADC members of Manipur take their plight to Delhi

NEW DELHI: Members of Autonomous District Council (ADC) from Manipur will carry out protest in New Delhi tomorrow, September 5 demanding the devolution of the ...

Fake encounters in Manipur: NHRC orders compensation for victim's relatives

New Delhi: Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) today welcomed the decision of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) to pay monetary relief of Rs. ...
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‘Scope for Britain, India to tackle security challenges’

British Defense Secretary Michael Fallon, center, speaks with military officers as he visits the India Gate war memorial in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Oct. 30,

Black money list: Only 27 out of 627 to be prosecuted, govt to get mere Rs 750 crores

New Delhi, October 30 (Agencies): Only 27 people out of 627 will be prosecuted for having black money in foreign accounts from next month, as

India’s universal healthcare rollout to cost $26 billion

New Delhi, October 30 (Reuters): India’s universal health plan that aims to offer guaranteed benefits to a sixth of the world’s population will cost an

China chides India over new border posts

BEIJING, October 30 (AP): China’s Defense Ministry cautioned New Delhi on Thursday over Indian plans to construct 54 new border posts along an eastern stretch

Violence after Tamil fishermen sentenced to death in Colombo

Chennai, October 30 (IANS): Violence erupted in coastal Tamil Nadu Thursday after a Sri Lankan court sentenced five Indian fishermen to death on charges of

Government bars first class air travel for officials

New Delhi, October 30 (IANS): Calling for cutting expenditure due to the current fiscal situation, the finance ministry Thursday asked government departments to cut non-plan

Indian govt against imposing developed nations’ norms on aid by developing nations

United Nations, October 30 (IANS): Aid provided by developing countries to their counterparts cannot be subjected to the same norms set for assistance from developed