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Refugees in Tripura repatriated to Bangladesh

Agartala: Bangladesh has taken back the tribals who have been sheltering in the Indian state of Tripura since Monday following an ethnic strife in the

DG BSF reviews situation along Indo-Bangla border

Agartala: Director General of BSF DK Pathak on Sunday reviewed the situation along the border in Tripura two days after a BSF jawan was lynched ...

Garo militant beaten to death by mob

SHILLONG: One suspected Garo National Liberation (GNLA) cadre succumbed after two cadres of the outfit were severely beaten up by a mob in remote Jaksongram ...

Assam becoming hotspot for child trafficking

NEW DELHI: Now penniless and without a clue about how to rescue their 12-year-old daughter Lakshmi, who went missing over eight months ago from their ...

Assam SF bear brunt of counter insurgency drive

GUWAHATI: The killing of Hemren police district SP Nityananda Goswami and his personal security officer (PSO) Ratul Nunisa on Thursday night by Karbi militants in ...

Health & Medical projects under NEC reviewed

Shillong: NEC Secretary, Ameising Luikham on June 5 reviewed the NEC funded projects for North Eastern States under Health & Medical sector in a meeting ...

Northeast Briefs

ZB (AMN) condemns firing on activistIMPHAL, June 8 (MExN): The Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur, and Nagaland) has condemned the indiscriminate firing into the residence of ...

Rijiju reviews law and order situation in Assam

Relatives mourn by the coffin containing the body of Superintendent of Police (SP) of Hamren police district of Karbi, Anglong Nityananda Goswami, who was killed ...

Mentally challenged woman burnt to death after gang rape

Agartala: In a case of horrific brutality, a mentally challenged woman was burnt to death after being gang raped in Tripura, police said Saturday. "She ...

BSF trooper, civilian killed in Tripura clash

Agartala: A BSF trooper and a 70-year-old man were killed in a clash between the border guards and villagers along the India-Bangladesh border in Tripura. ...

Students storm MPSC office

IMPHAL: Around 60 activists of Joint Students Co-ordination Committee (JSCC) stormed the Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC) office in Imphal protesting against the process to ...

Deficient rain hits tea production in NE

Agartala, June 6 (IANS): Two northeastern states - Assam and Tripura - among India's five largest tea producing states are facing a huge production loss ...

Centre planning to increase connectivity with North East

New Delhi, June 6 (IANS): Information and Broadcasting Minister Prakash Javadekar Friday said the government has many plans on the anvil to increase connectivity with ...

Sensitise people about women’s rights, NCW asks Arunachal

Itanagar, June 6 (PTI): National Commission for Women (NCW) Chairperson Mamta Sharma has urged Arunachal Pradesh State Commission for Women (APSCW) to reach out to ...

B'desh to take back tribal refugees

Agartala, June 6 (IANS): Bangladesh has agreed to take back over 350 of its tribals who have been sheltering in the Indian state of Tripura ...

M’laya encounter ends, GNLA camp destroyed

Shillong: The gun battle between security forces and rebels of the Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) ended Thursday evening. Reports coming in from Meghalaya state ...

Meghalaya minister assures justice to killed woman's family

Shillong: Meghalaya Home Minister Roshan Warjri Thursday assured 'justice' to members of the bereaved family of the woman whose head was blown away by Garo ...

'NDA government will improve center-state relations'

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister and senior Left leader Manik Sarkar is hopeful the BJP-led NDA government would improve center-state relations to strengthen India's federal structure. ...

Centre warns M'laya over law & order situation

Shillong: The NDA government Wednesday warned the Congress government in Meghalaya over the deteriorating law and order situation in the state's Garo Hills region where ...

'Illegal migration from Bangladesh a national problem': MoS Home Rijiju

New Delhi: Centre today termed as "a national problem" the issue of illegal migration from Bangladesh and said action will be taken against those "infiltrators" ...
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Hiroshima, western Japan

In this aerial photo, rescuers search for survivors in the rubble in a mud-ridden residential area following a massive landslide in Hiroshima, western Japan, Friday,

Nagaland press body concerned; affirms principles of impartiality

‘Any threat or caution to a particular member of the media is a direct threat to the entire media fraternity’DIMAPUR, AUGUST 22 (MExN):  The Nagaland


Ripple effect? I don’t know, but now all the senior party members want to tour USA, UK, RUSSIA and Mt Everest.

India’s wettest state, to go dry - in 10 years

BANGALORE, August 22 (Reuters): India’s wettest state is planning to dry out, drop by drop. The tropical state of Kerala, which has the country’s highest

Now, Pay and Use Toilet offers gum for ‘change’

Chewing gums and coupons: A fair exchange for using toilet? (Morung Photo)  Imti LongcharDimapur | August 22Of late it is not only shopkeepers and pharmacists

Border Row: Nagaland govt response is ‘very negligible’

•    RALH decides not to allow resettlement of Adivasi tenants in Ralan•    RALH demands lifting of 144 CrPc from Lotha villagesMorung Express NewsDimapur | August

Irom is rearrested despite resistance

Court order says responsibility of Sharmila’s health would remain with the Manipur state governmentImphal, August 22 (IANS): Activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who is on an