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Malaria Claims Over 100 in Tripura, Tough Road Ahead

A scene at one of the temporary health centres set up to treat malaria patients. Over a hundred people have died and many others affected

RAW officer booked for molesting NE woman

Gurgaon: An officer of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) has been booked on charges of molesting a woman from the northeast here, police said ...

Complaints on crimes against NE people in Delhi remain high

New Delhi: Despite the Central government’s measures to deter crimes against North-East people in the national capital, people from the region continue to be at ...

Mizoram becomes Wet State again

Aizawl: Mizoram will be a wet state again after 17 years.Amid strong opposition from the Church, the Mizoram Liquor (Prohibition & Control) Bill, 2014 was ...

Northeast can help improve India-Bangladesh ties: Dipu Moni

Agartala: Tripura and other northeastern states can play a vital role to further improve relations between India and Bangladesh, former Bangladesh foreign minister Dipu Moni ...

Trains to chug into Meghalaya soon

SHILLONG: With railway minister Sadananda Gowda promising to commission the Dudhnoi-Mendipathar railway link soon, Meghalaya will soon be placed on India's railway map.A line between ...

Disappointment in Tripura over rail budget

Agartala: Political parties in Tripura Wednesday criticised the central government for neglecting the state in the rail budget and accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ...

Nabam Tuki eyes uplifting rural poor

ITANAGAR: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has exhorted the rural development and Panchayati Raj departments to integrate all its programmes for the targeted rural ...

UNRC institute inaugurated

SHILLONG: The United Nations Resource Centre’s (UNRC) Institute of Vocational & Entrepreneurship, Tura, was inaugurated on Wednesday at Tura, by Meghalaya Chief Minister Dr Mukul ...

CAG slams Mizoram's Home & Social Welfare departments

Aizawl:  A report of the Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has slammed Mizoram's Home and Social Welfare departments for parking crores of rupees ...

Seven new trains announced for northeast, Rail University mooted

NEW DELHI: It's good news for northeast India in this Rail Budget as government on Tuesday proposed seven new trains besides earmarking Rs 5,116 crore ...

Northeast Briefs

Blasts in UkhrulImphal, July 8 (NNN): Two civilians were injured when three IEDs exploded in Ukhrul district this morning. The IEDs were believed to be ...

GoI gives incentives to Maram Tribe

Imphal: The Government of India bestowed incentives to Maram people, the only community in Manipur that falls under the category of the 'Primitive Tribe' for ...

Assam Rifles trooper accused of sexual harassment

Shillong: The wife of an Assam Rifles trooper Tuesday accused another paramilitary personnel of sexually harassing and blackmailing her, and higher officials of the force ...

Tamei sub-division in want of doctors

IMPHAL: Numerous diseases are affecting Tamei sub division but in want of doctors the plight of the patients is mounting by the day, rued Pougaibou, ...

Implement ILP: JCILPS

Imphal: A series of protests began today in Imphal demanding the implementation of Inner Line Permit system in Manipur. The protests will continue for the ...

Locality in Imphal fears being wiped out by railway project

IMPHAL: Railways is reaching Imphal in the next few years time. But people in Yurembam locality of Imphal West district are spending sleepless night gripping ...

Tuluni cultural and sports competition at Suhoi village

Kuhuboto, July 7 (MExN): As part of a week-long celebration of Tuluni festival, a two-day event of cultural and sports competitions is being held at ...

Tuki appeals for population stabilization

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki on Monday appealed to all stakeholders to creat awareness among the public on the need for population stabilization ...

Book seeks to make China smell the coffee on NE

GUWAHATI: India has found a subtle way to counter Chinese expansionist designs that are manifested by the frequent depiction of Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim as ...
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Global warming driving migration of species in India

New Delhi, October 1 (IANS): Rising temperatures are forcing a huge, untold number of species to move their homes northward or climb to higher altitudes,

Jayalalithaa bail plea adjourned to October 7

Bangalore, October 1 (IANS): A special bench of the Karnataka High Court Wednesday adjourned to Oct 7 hearing of jailed former Tamil Nadu chief minister

India set to run out of free drug for HIV/AIDS

NEW DELHI, October 1 (Reuters): India could run out of a critical medicine in its free HIV/AIDS drugs programme in three weeks due to bureaucratic

Small countries struggle to be heard at the UN

UNITED NATIONS, October 1 (AP): Honduras, terrorized by drug gangs, railed against the world for ignoring the violence and lack of jobs that sends thousands

‘Sectarian violence challenges reforms’

NEW YORK, October 1 (AP): Sectarian violence between Buddhists and minority Muslims has thrown up “an unfortunate and unexpected challenge” in Myanmar’s transition to democracy,

Modi’s US visit disappointing on outcomes: Congress

New Delhi, October 1 (PTI): Congress today launched an all-out attack on PM Narendra Modi, saying his US visit was “disappointing” on outcomes and claimed
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Fourteen die as two trains collide in UP

In this September 30, 2014 photo, Indian policemen and workers try to rescue passengers from a damaged train near Gorakhpur city, India. A train overshot

NSDZ policy in present form unacceptable: NLSF

Kohima, October 1 (MExN): Nagaland Law Students’ Federation (NLSF) today stated that there is a lot of “fatal flaws” in the resolution that has been