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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 ...

Assam man kills self demanding land rights

Guwahati: A man died after setting himself ablaze outside the Assam capital complex in Dispur Monday, protesting the state's refusal to give land pattas (deeds) ...

'We must accommodate Hindu Bangladeshi migrants'

SILCHAR: BJP's prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi on Saturday said Hindu migrants from Bangladesh must be accommodated in the country and detention camps would be ...

Security tightened along Assam-Meghalaya border

SHILLONG: Meghalaya Government has decided to strengthen security along the Meghalaya-Assam border for foiling any bid to disrupt the election process. In this regard the ...

72 hour NH-37 bandh begins

IMPHAL: No transporters operated along the Imphal-Silchar road or the National Highway 37 since this morning as tribal organisations began their 72 hour bandh along ...

YMA opposes Church's crusade against Hlamzuih

AIZAWL: The Church's crusade against the Mizo customary practice of infant death, called Hlamzuih, has been opposed by the Central Young Mizo Association (C-YMA). The ...

72 hours hill bandh in Manipur

IMPHAL: Two separate 72 hour bandhs have been announced by tribal organisations of Manipur today. Committee on Protection of Tribal Areas Manipur (COPTAM), Kuki Students ...

Missing traders found dead

MOREH: The two missing Punjabi traders were found brutally murdered by unidentified people on Thursday in Molcham area along Indo-Myanmar border in Chandel district of ...

Arunachal to create strong Lokayukta: Tuki

Itanagar: In tune with Centre's policy for responsive and transparent governance, the Arunachal Pradesh government has decided to create a strong Lokayukta in the state."My ...

Protection for Itanagar media houses

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh government has declared all media establishments in the state capital Itanagar as prohibited areas after 5 p.m. to ensure safety and security ...

Militancy shuts many schools in Assam district

SILCHAR: More than 30 state government-run schools, even the lower and upper primary ones, in Katlicherra block in Hailakandi district have remained closed for a ...

Rs.124.04 bn tax-free deficit budget in Tripura

Agartala: Tripura Finance Minister Badal Chaudhury Wednesday presented a Rs.124.04 billion tax-free budget with a deficit of Rs.1.58 billion for the 2014-15 fiscal.No new taxes ...

Explosion at hotel in Imphal

IMPHAL: One civilian was hurt in an explosion at a hotel owned by legislator Samuel Risom hailing from Naga People's Front (NPF) in Dewlahland here ...

Naga People's Front may delay announcing Lok Sabha candidates

The Naga People's Front (NPF) is likely to take longer than expected in announcing the names of its Lok Sabha candidates to contest for the ...
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Major fire in Pessao Village, 24 houses gutted

Mon: Altogether twenty-four (24) houses were completely burn down to ashes and twenty-one (21) houses were damaged in a fire incident that happened in Pessao
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ACAUT encourage students to fight against corruption

Students, staff and others listen to a member of ACAUT during a session conducted at Sakus Mission College, Dimapur on April 16. Dimapur: In the backdrop

Village councils demand for PHC at Yan-Mhonmo

Wokha: The Akuk Village Council, Mekokla Village Council, New Akuk Village Council and Chanka Village Council fully have extended support to the demand for establishment

Good Friday celebrated at Cathedral Church

Kohima: The Good Friday Service was celebrated in two parts at the Cathedral Church, Kohima, led by Most Rev. Dr. James Thoppil, the bishop of

‘Enough is enough’

NWHD says women will not live in silence and fear DIMAPUR, APRIL 19 (MExN): The Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has strongly condemned what it
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COMMUNITY FISHING – A threat to fragile ecosystems

In this Morung File Photo, people gather for Community Fishing, which requires poisoning of the river—experts now suggest that such “unethical” practices need to go

Special Branch Dimapur recovers fake currency

DIMAPUR, APRIL 19 (MExN): The Special Branch of the Dimapur police recovered counterfeit currency amounting to Rs. 40,000 from the possession of a woman in