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Chandel public opposes acquisition of land

Chandel, February 5: The people of Chandel District have strongly opposed the state government policy to acquire 600 acres of land near Pallel for development

India's highest rly tunnel in Manipur

Imphal, February 4: The government in Manipur is set to construct the highest rail tunnel, to bridge distances between Jiribam sub-division with Tupul in Tamenglong. ...

Gun battle between Naga groups

Imphal, February 4: A fierce gun battle has taken place between NSCN-IM and combined rebels of NSCN-K and ZUF in Oinamlong village in Manipur’s hill ...

Assam blockade hits life in Arunachal Pradesh

ITANAGAR, February 4: The ongoing economic blockade against Arunachal Pradesh by various organizations of Assam has badly affected Itanagar and the three Siang districts in ...

Former IB chief on security issues in NE

Guwahati, February 3 (PTI): The Centre on Monday claimed that the Maoist extremists were focusing to set up bases in upper Assam, close to international ...

NPF not to field candidate in Arunachal

DIMAPUR, February 3: The Naga Peoples Front (NPF) will not field its candidate in Arunachal Pradesh vis-a-vis the Lok Sabha poll. However, the party will ...

AFSPA repeal in pol parties manifesto

Imphal, February 3: A critical political convention on AFSPA held here Monday decided to include the 'demand for repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) ...

Rahul meets protesters at Jantar Mantar

People from the Northeast gathered at Sir K.P Puttanna Chetty Hall in Bangalore to demand justice for Nido Tania on February 2.      NEW DELHI, February ...

Two NE women assaulted in Delhi

NEW DELHI, February 2 (TNN): Barely 3km from the spot in Lajpat Nagar where 19-year-old Nido Tania was brutally assaulted on Wednesday, two young women ...

Arunachal CM announces ex-gratia for those killed on Jan 29

Itanagar, February 2: The Arunachal Pradesh Government has announced ex-gratia payment of Rs 3 lakh each for those killed and Rs 50 thousand each to ...

China's hardliners destroying Tibet's heritage: Dalai Lama

Guwahati, February 2: Chinese communist hardliners are trying to destroy Tibet's rich heritage, art and culture, Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama said here Sunday.The ...

BJP seeks immediate action, demonstrations held for Tania

New Delhi, February 2: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Sunday demanded "immediate action" against two Delhi shopkeepers who allegedly severely thrashed a 19-year-old youth from ...

North East comes out against ‘racial attacks’

Students from northeastern states of India shout slogans as they march during a protest in New Delhi, India on Saturday, February 1. The beating and ...

Meghalaya's first Padmashree awardee dead

Shillong, February 1: Meghalaya’s oldest voter and first Padmashree awardee from the state, Silverine Swer, passed away at the age of 103 at her residence ...

Meghalaya varsity asked not to admit students in Delhi

New Delhi, February 1: The Delhi High Court has prohibited Mahatma Gandhi University, Meghalaya, from admitting any student to a fashion institute in Delhi for ...

Protest rally against land acquisition held in Chandel

Chandel, February 1: Thousands of Anal people today have registered protest  against the proposal for setting up of a model township at Haolenphai village by ...

To the den of the one-horned rhinos

Kaziranga, February 1: Unlike a tiger reserve where the sighting of India's national animal is often a matter of chance, a visit to this national ...

Behali backlash chokes Arunachal supply routes

GUWAHATI, January 31: Arunachal Pradesh is cut off from the rest of the country as protesters in Assam blocked supply routes to the mountain state ...

Northeast Briefs

Rebels abduct Meghalaya legislator’s brother Shillong, January 31 (IANS): The brother of a Meghalaya legislator was abducted by suspected Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) rebels in ...

Manipur offers job to HIV+ muscleman

Khundrapkam Pradipkumar IMPHAL, January 31: The Manipur cabinet has decided to gift HIV positive Manipuri bodybuilder Khundrapkam Pradipkumar something which matches his contributions and achievements and ...
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ED inaugurates new ramp for differently abled

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): The newly constructed ramp in the Evaluation Directorate office building, Kohima, to facilitate access for differently abled persons was inaugurated by

Workshop on Measles held in Zunheboto

ZUNHEBOTO, APRIL 24 (DIPR): A one day District Measles Surveillance Workshop was held at Youth Hall, Zunheboto, on April 22.Dr Sheila Longkumer, SMO- WHO, was

'Increase in crimes against women alarming'

DIMAPUR, April 24(MExN): The Nagaland State Commission for Women has condemned the heinous rape of a 5 year old girl at Kohima by one Povetso

Nagaland News File

Dimapur Electrical Division informs of power cut todayDIMAPUR, APRIL 24 (MExN): The office of the Executive Engineer, Dimapur Electrical Division, has informed that due to

Model United Nations Workshop held at Kohima

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): 80 young leaders aged between 15 to 21 years were selected from different districts of Nagaland for a 3 day Model

New District Hospital for Longleng

LONGLENG, APRIL 24 (DIPR): Minister Health & Family Welfare, Government of Nagaland, Imkong L. Imchen, along with Minister Industries & Commerce, S. Pangnyu Phom, Principal

NPF Kohima Division ‘dumbfounded’ by allegations

KOHIMA, APRIL 24 (MExN): The NPF Kohima Division said it was dumbfounded by the “immature statement and allegations” made by Congress and INC candidate for

‘Customary laws will continue to play an important role’

Our CorrespondentTseminyu | April 24Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) Deputy Speaker Er. Levi Rengma today asserted that it is an established fact that customary laws shall

‘Invest in the future, defeat malaria’

KOHIMA: The National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP), Directorate of Health and Family Welfare Nagaland has stressed on the need for continued investment and