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Assamese student beaten up by Delhi college mates

New Delhi: A 21-year-old Delhi University undergraduate hailing from Assam was Tuesday beaten up by his fellow students inside the college canteen over a petty

BJP's 75-year-old Bijoya Chakraborty takes on Congress' 32-year-old Manas in Assam

GUWAHATI: It will be a contest between experience and exuberance when former Union minister Bijoya Chakraborty of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) takes on Manas ...

Manipur's second Lok Sabha seat votes Thursday

IMPHAL: Eight candidates are in the fray in Thursday's poll to Manipur's second Lok Sabha constituency with issues like misgovernance, unemployment and drug menace besides ...

'ECI to remove Bru voters form Mizoram electoral roll'

AIZAWL: The Election Commission of India (ECI) will soon make provision for removal of Bru voters from Mizoram electoral roll. According to Mizoram chief minister ...

After polls, Assam celebrates Rongali Bihu

Guwahati: After two phases of hectic campaigning and balloting for the Lok Sabha polls in Assam, the state Monday got into a exuberant mood to ...

Northeast Briefs

Doc arrested from MLA’s houseGUWAHATI, APRIL 14 (AGENCIES): The Paltanbazar police have arrested a prominent doctor in Guwahati charging him with assaulting his wife on ...

ZB, ZSU condemn assault on four persons in Manipur

Imphal: As a fallout of the Jiribam-Tamenglong district boundary dispute, a house was burnt down and four persons were assaulted late Sunday, alleged Zeliangrong Baudi ...

WVC demands changes in Dikhu project DPR

MON: The Wanching Village Council (WVC) has written to the Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for Power, expressing concern over the latest Detailed Project Report (DPR) regarding ...

Poll panel to make 11km Darjeeling trek to ensure chance to vote

DARJEELING, April 13 (AGENCIES): The Election Commission of India (EC), organising the largest democratic exercise in the world, is literary walking that extra mile to ...

Mamata lashes out at Gorkha Janamukti Morcha for backing outsider

DARJEELING: West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday lashed out at the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) charging them of not choosing a local person ...

Northeast Briefs

Blasts rock ManipurIMPHAL, April 13 (NNN): Two blasts rocked Manipur today but there were no casualties in both cases. At around 4:30 am, a Chinese ...

Poll officials cross mountains, rivers in Arunachal

Roing (Arunachal Pradesh): Crossing the turbulent Dibang river by boat, wading across some tributaries with waist-high water and trudging for miles along mountainous pathways - ...

Congress may bank on Muslims support in Assam

GUWAHATI: The Congress is expected to gain from intense political polarisation that has set in Assam like never before, as minorities who account for 30 ...

'Herculean task to repatriate Bru refugees in 3 months'

AIZAWL: Mizoram government officials today said that it will be virtually impossible to repatriate all the Bru refugees lodged in six Tripura relief camps within ...

Outer Manipur candidates laments

IMPHAL: Trinamool Congress candidate Kim Gangte and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) candidate K Zou, both the candidates from the Outer Manipur parliamentary seats, have expressed ...

Gogoi attacks Narendra Modi over 'married' status

GUWAHATI: In a personal and vituperative attack on BJP prime ministerial candidate, Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today demandedBharat Ratna for Jashodaben, wife of Narendra ...

Northeast Briefs

Manipur re-polling peacefulIMPHAL, April 12 (NNN): Re-polls in the six polling stations of Outer Manipur assembly constituency today were peaceful with big turn-out. At polling ...

Mnp: General Observer of Election dies

IMPHAL: In a case that has the potential to kick up much controversies, a General Observer of Election died suddenly in Manipur today while in ...

Apok Jamir in Manipur; lauds Ibobi Government

IMPHAL: Former Nagaland chief minister SC Jamir's son Apok Jamir today said the regime of O Ibobi Singh in Manipur is much appreciated by the ...

At least 38 EVMs replaced in three Lok Sabha seats in Assam

Guwahati: At least 38 electronic voting machines have been replaced so far during the elections for three Lok Sabha seats in Assam on Saturday due ...
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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

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

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

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