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Dimapur-Imphal road bandh on June 28

Imphal: In protest against the alleged callous attitude of the 7th IRB and its Commanding Officer (CO) Chaba Lukho towards the accident victims, the Thadou

United Naga Council calls for oneness and unity

SENAPATI: The United Naga Council (UNC) has expressed concern at the “violent exchange between Makhan villages and Maram Khullen Circle villages” on June 24, which ...

Assam Police to have separate intelligence wing

Guwahati: In its bid to raise the level of efficiency and competency of the state police force, Assam Thursday decided to strengthen the intelligence wing ...

NABARD aims Rs. 600 Crore RIDF sanction to Assam

GUWAHATI: National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) today said it expects 25 per cent increase in its sanctions for the Rural Infrastructure Development ...

Tripura to register battery-operated rickshaws

Agartala: Tripura will probably be the first state in India to provide registration and licences to a new but popular mode of public transport - ...

Spices Board to set up mini-spice park in Arunachal

Itanagar: The Spices Board of India has approved establishment of a mini spice park for ginger here in collaboration with the state government. Dr Hatobin ...

Ukhrul Summer football coaching in full swing

Ukhrul: The Ukhrul District Level Summer football camp is going on at full swing with eighty six school students learning the techniques from national veterans ...

Japan-sponsored Development Study for Mizoram in progress

AIZAWL: Started since September last year, 'Study on Development and Management of Land and Water Resources for Sustainable Agriculture in Mizoram' sponsored by the Japanese ...

Tarun Gogoi to continue as Assam CM

GUWAHATI: There seems to be no threat to Tarun Gogoi's chief ministership for the time being as leader of Congress in the Lok Sabha Mallikarjun ...

Northeast Briefs

Former Editor cleared of sedition chargesIMPHAL, June 25 (NNN): Former journalist R.K. Ranendrajit has been cleared from a 17 year old sedition case today. In ...

Cross border bus service between Imphal and Mandalay soon

New Delhi: A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is set to be finalized for a cross border bus service between India at Imphal and Myanmar at ...

'Differences of opinion over change in leadership issue'

Guwahati: There were differences of opinion within the party over the demand for a change in the leadership, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi said today, ...

24,000 hit by Assam floods

Guwahati: Over 24,000 people have been affected by floods in four districts of Assam, officials said Tuesday. State Disaster Management Authority officials said flood waters ...

Major fire in Imphal; 12 buildings burnt

Smoke billowing from a burning building in Imphal on Tuesday, June 24. (NNN Photo) IMPHAL: Property worth over one crore of rupees have been destroyed in ...

Meghalaya fiscal position improved significantly: CAG

Shillong: The fiscal position of Meghalaya indicated significant improvement in the financial health of the state during 2012-13 in comparison to previous four years, a ...

TSA to organise seminar in New Delhi

New Delhi: The Tangkhul Scholars Association (TSA) is organizing an International Seminar on the theme “Northeast Region in the Context of Indian Nationhood” in New ...

Proposed Greenfield airport in Arunachal Pradesh faces hurdles

ITANAGAR: The proposed Greenfield Airport at Hollongi, near here, is facing hurdle with an Itanagar-based organization opposing the move of the state government to appoint ...

Fear grips normal life in Garo Hills

Shillong: The increasing number of kidnapping cases in the Garo Hills region has made most fear venturing out of their homes. While, there may be ...

Assam relaxes land transfer norms

GUWAHATI: Changing stand after the LS poll debacle, congress ruled Assam has relaxed the norms allowing transfer and non agricultural activity in agricultural land where ...

Gogoi clarifies stand on visa-free entry for Bangladeshis

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi Monday said he has not compromised with 'national security' by divulging the BJP-led union government's proposal to grant visa-free ...
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Boxing in Nagaland gets a needed boost

•    T Meren Paul elected as vice president of Boxing India •    Calls for overhauling current system of sports development in Nagaland Morung Express NewsDimapur

Abducted truck driver rescued, 5 arrested

Morung Express News Dimapur | September 15The driver of a Manipur-bound truck, who was abducted in Dimapur was rescued by the police on September 14.

‘We want to encourage learning’

Dimapur Govt. College-ISI-BRIU data analysis workshop underwayMorung Express NewsDimapur | September 15Statistics is one the modern sciences that was developed only in the 20th century—Prof.

Border village chiefs to meet on Sept 22

IMPHAL, SEPTEMBER 15 (The Hindu):  Over 30 village chieftains from villages bordering Assam and Nagaland will hold a reconciliation meeting on September 22 with a

NNC regrets

The Naga National Council under the leadership of Z Royim Yimchungrii and V Nagi decided to issue this regret press statement in connection with Nagaland

Naga Hoho calls for peaceful co-existence

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 15 (MExN): The Naga Hoho today (NH) called for upholding peaceful co existence between the Naga and Karbi people. A press note from

R&B Minister apologizes

Our CorrespondentKohima | September 15Minister for PWD (Roads & Bridges) and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu today stated that while he was abroad recently, he
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Reflections

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