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Proposal to recruit surrendered militants into security forces

IMPHAL: The Union Home Ministry has proposed raising of two battalions of Border Security Force (BSF) and Sashastra Seema Bal (SSB) comprising surrendered militants of

Northeast Briefs

Self-defence training and Hindi class for NE youth in DelhiNEW DELHI, September 15 (NNN): A self-defence Karate training for North East women in Delhi will ...

Official in police custody for embezzling Rs.4 crore

AGARTALA: A Tripura education department official, who was arrested from West Bengal Saturday for embezzling over Rs.4 crore from a central scheme, was Monday sent ...

Asian rights group alleged racism in T20 Ads

NEW DELHI:  The Asian Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) in its interventions with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Broadcast Content Complaints Council, International Cricket ...

Mnp film industry creates forum to check ‘improper depiction’ of state

IMPHAL: A newly formed committee on development of Manipuri cinema, christened as Joint Committee Cinema Kanba Khongjang (JCCKK) had expressed their resentment over improper depiction ...

BJP wins municipal by-election

IMPHAL: The state BJP won the by-election to the Kakching Municipal Council Ward No-7 of Thoubal district, defeating its nearest rival, the Congress Party. BJP ...

Woman cheated by lover, gangraped

RANGIYA: A 25-year-old woman was gangraped allegedly by a youth she trusted as her lover and seven of his friends at Hajo in Rangiya last ...

JCILPS relaxes ‘curfew’ on non-locals

IMPHAL: The Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS), Student Wing has relaxed the 'curfew' on the non-locals till September 19 after the State ...

Northeast Briefs

Two NE youths attacked in Delhi, three heldNew Delhi, September 14 (IANS): Two Manipuri students were attacked with a scissor, stones and iron rods by ...

CRPF personnel to be deployed at Manipur NIT

Imphal: Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel would be deployed “immediately” at the complex of National Institute of Technology (NIT) at Langol area in Manipur’s ...

AMWJU calls for saving medium & small newspapers

Imphal: All Manipur Working Journalist Union (AMWJU) in its State report tabled at the national executive committee meeting of the Indian Journalists Union, IJU, held ...

Villagers recount GNLA beating incident

SHILLONG: The sleepy hamlet of Pakregre in Garo Hills, Meghalaya was suddenly thrust into the national limelight after a video surfaced showing the inhuman beatings ...

Militant killed in Meghalaya gunbattle

Shillong: A militant was killed Sunday in Meghalaya in a gunbattle with security forces, police said. The hour-long gunfight between Garo militants and Special Weapons ...

Toyota looks to enhance operations in North East

Guwahati: Japanese car giant Toyota plans to increase operations in India's North Eastern region, where its sales have grown at double the national average of ...

High turnout in Tripura assembly byelection

Agartala: Over 88 percent of the 38,843 voters Saturday cast their ballot in the byelection to the Manu assembly seat in Tripura, officials said."Over 88 ...

Assam to procure power from Bhutan within 5 years

Guwahati: With new hydro-power projects coming up in Bhutan, Assam is all set to procure electricity from the neighbouring country from 2019, chairman of three ...

NSUP holds candlelight vigil for Ukhrul

Naga Students Union Pune (NSUP) during the  Candle lit prayer vigil in Pune on September 6 protesting against the recent killings in Ukhrul district. Pune: The ...

Shillong Blues & Jazz Festival on Sept 27

Shillong: Shillong is set to sway as a festival on Blues and Jazz is just around the corner.The event, called the Shillong Blues & Jazz ...

Rebuked for using mobile phones, two girls commit suicide

Agartala: Two teenaged girls committed suicide after their hostel superintendent and parents rebuked them for using mobile phones, police said here Saturday.Three class 10 girls ...

Northeast Briefs

Ukhrul launches OMO health programme for rural poorUkhrul, September 13 (NNN): Health scenario in Ukhrul district underwent a sea change with the launching of Operation ...
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‘No excuse for violent, destructive protest’

Atlanta police line up in riot gear as demonstrators protest in the wake of the grand jury decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren

Article 370 should be permanent feature of constitution: NC manifesto

Srinagar, November 26 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir’s National Conference Wednesday said article 370 should become a permanent feature of the Indian constitution and the party

Meghalaya no to chemical fertilizers

Shillong: Meghalaya is doing away with chemical fertilizers and pesticides which reportedly causes millions of cases of pesticide poisoning every year, Chief Minister Mukul Sangma

Nagaland News File

ZSU 55th general session on Dec 29Phek, November 26 (MExN): Zhavame Students’ Union is celebrating its 55th General Session on December 29 with dynamic and

DDEO Dimapur invites entries for essay competition

DIMAPUR:  The Deputy District Education Officer (DDEO), Dimapur has informed all the head of the institutions, both private and Government, to send two (2) entries

India says Mumbai attack trial in Pak going slow

Kathmandu/New Delhi, November 26 (IANS): India Wednesday said the trial of those responsible for the 26/11 terror attack on Mumbai was progressing “very slowly” in

Domestic violence in NYC reflects the world

UNITED NATIONS, November 26 (AP): New York City’s legal counsel said that police receive more than 770 reports of domestic violence every day — a

Let’s walk in step, Modi proposes vision for SAARC

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif walks past Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the 18th summit of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC)

Myanmar to hold talks on amending constitution

YANGON, November 26 (Reuters): Myanmar’s parliament has unanimously endorsed talks between the country’s top political leaders on amending a military-drafted constitution that bars opposition leader

12.2 million Syrians need humanitarian help, says UN

UNITED NATIONS, November 26 (AP): An estimated 12.2 million Syrians need assistance because of increasing violence and deteriorating conditions in the country, up from 10.8