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Over 80% voting in Tripura gram panchayat polls

Agartala: Over 80 percent of the 1.1 million electors Tuesday cast their votes in the elections to the three-tier gram panchayat in Left-ruled Tripura, officials

Tangkhul apex body petitions Manipur Governor

IMPHAL: The Tangkhul Naga Long (TNL), the apex Tangkhul civil body has apprised the Governor of Manipur to revoke the CrPC 144 clamped in Ukhrul ...

Training cum demonstration on groundnut cultivation

Longleng, July 13 (MExN): Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Longleng conducted two days training cum demonstration programme on groundnut cultivation at farmers’ field of Lintak and ...

Seminar for Mao drivers organized in Kohima

Kohima, July 13 (MExN): A seminar was organized for Mao drivers in Kohima at Ugma Kiti here on July 13. Around 110 drivers attended the ...

Ukhrul volatile as Manipur Government gets tough

Civilians engage in talking with security personnel even as some individuals bearing torches look on. The public in Ukhrul enforced a blockade along the Imphal-Ukhrul ...

Tripura malaria deaths rise to 67 in month

Agartala: Malaria toll continues to rise in Tripura with at least 67 people having died from the disease and many stricken ill within a month, ...

Bodies of abducted people found

Guwahati: The bullet-riddled bodies of four people, who were abducted by suspected Bodo militants in Assam's Baksa district, have been found, while the curfew imposed ...

‘Centre will fund Sikkim, Arunachal power projects’

GUWAHATI: Power infrastructure projects in Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh will be funded entirely by the Centre. Sikkim and Arunachal are two of the eight states ...

Kukis to oppose New Land Use Policy in Manipur

IMPHAL: The Kuki Students Organisation-General Headquarters (KSO-GHQ) said today that after due appraisal it has resolved to oppose in toto Manipur government’s New Land Use ...

Mizo Students Union for physically challenged persons’ rights

AIZAWL: Mizo Student Union (MSU), one of the largest student bodies in the state submitted memorandum to the state Chief Minister for full implementation of ...

‘NE can become world's largest organic producer’

Guwahati: The North East has the potential to become the largest producer of organic foods in the world, Union minister Vijay Kumar Singh said today.Singh, ...

Health sector a priority for Arunachal: Tuki

Itanagar: Reiterating that the health sector would always remain the priority agenda of his government, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has directed the department ...

Seven injured in Manipur blast

Imphal: At least seven people, including a six-year-old boy, were injured in a blast in front of the Manipur University here Saturday, police said.The blast ...

ADC member killed in ambush in Ukhrul

IMPHAL: A sitting member of the Autonomous District Council (ADC) of Phungyar under Ukhrul district was killed in an ambush by suspected underground cadres today. ...

4 kidnapped in Assam, indefinite curfew imposed

GUWAHATI: Four persons, including two boys, were allegedly kidnapped by suspected NDFB (Songbijit) insurgents in Assam's Baksa district, following which a massive search was launched ...

Organic farming, connectivity among budget steps for Northeast

A laborer carries a sack of onions at a shop in Guwahati on Thursday, July 10. Even as India’s new government introduced the budget on ...

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 ...
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AMEUW opens CMO office in Wokha

Wokha, July 29 (MExN): The Aggrieved Medical Employees’ Union Wokha (AMEUW) has opened the office of the Chief Medical Officer Wokha after two months and

UBC Thahekhu Block III celebrates 25 years

Dimapur, July 29 (MExN): United Baptist Church, Block III Thahekhu village celebrated its silver jubilee on July 27. Hundreds attended the celebration held in the

Scouts & guides executive members

Kohima, July 29 (MExN): In view of its State executive meeting on July 31, the Nagaland State Bharat Scouts and Guides Association has released the

Hepatitis awareness prog for Church leaders at Zion Hospital

Dimapur, July 29 (MExN): The Zion Hospital & Research Centre Dimapur conducted an awareness programme on chronic Hepatitis for church leaders of Dimapur. More than

CL John, Eshak grace KSUK freshers’ meet

Our CorrespondentKohima | July 29 Minister for rural development & REPA C.L. John today stressed on the need to acquire quality and practical education to

State govt. urged to initiate programs for hepatitis C

Our CorrespondentKohima | July 29Abou Mere, President, Indian Drug Users Forum & Director, Kripa Foundation Nagaland on Monday said Hepatitis C is a virus that

CVC council to uphold customary laws

Dimapur, July 29 (MExN): The Chumoukedima Village Council (CVC) has resolved to reaffirm customary laws/practices and resolutions of the village that have been in force

Mongchon P laid to rest with full military honours at native village

Tuensang, July 29 (MExN): Last rites of late Naik Mongchon P, who lost his life on July 22 in trans Line of Control firing in

Nagaland News File

DC directs inter-state vehicles to shift to ISBTDimapur, July 29 (MExN): As per the Regional Transport Authority board resolution passed on July 28, 2014, all
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Commonwealth Games 2014

Canada's Brianne Theisen-Eaton jumps during the Women's Heptathlon jumping competition at Hampden Park Stadium during the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland, Tuesday July 29.