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Arrangements complete for bypoll in Arunachal Pradesh

Itanagar, February 12 (PTI):  An estimated 11,640 voters, including 6,020 women, will decide the fate of five candidates for the by-election to Liromoba Assembly constituency

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Hostel for NE students to come up in Delhi CollegeNew Delhi, February 12 (PTI): A hostel for North Eastern students will come up in South ...

'Assam, Meghalaya worst pupil-teacher ration'

Shillong, February 12 (PTI): Assam and Meghalaya have the worst pupil-teacher-ratio among the eight north eastern states with Manipur, Nagaland and Sikkim topping the chart, ...

Centre to hold talks with Tripura, Mizoram CMs on repatriation

Agartala, February 12 (PTI):  Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh would hold meeting with Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and Mizoram Chief Minister Lalthanhawla on Saturday ...

Togadia prevented from making speeches in Assam

Guwahati, February 12 (IANS): Assam Police Thursday prevented Praveen Togadia from delivering speeches in two places in the state, even as Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi ...

Tribals may start anti-Cong drive in Assam

GUWAHATI, February 11 (TNN): The Co-ordination Committee of the Tribal Organizations of Assam (CCTOA) has threatened to run anti-Congress campaigns across the state ahead of ...

Rajnath to visit Manipur, Tripura

Agartala, February 11 (IANS): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will visit Manipur and Tripura Saturday to review the law and order situation and assess the ...

'India, China need to show flexibility'

Beijing, February 11 (PTI):  Asking India to adopt a more "pro- active approach" to resolve the boundary issue before Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit here, ...

AAP Plans to Repeat Delhi Result in Assam, to Fight 2016 Polls

GUWAHATI February 11 (PTI) : Buoyed by its spectacular show in the Delhi poll, the Aam Aadmi Party today said it would emerge as a ...

Northeast Briefs

Bodo militant gunned downGuwahati, February 10 (IANS): Security forces in Assam have shot dead a Bodo militant who was to carry out recruitment drives for ...

Nyishi, Bodo bodies pledges amity in border

Itanagar, February 9 (PTI):  Members from Nyishi Elite Society (NES), East Kameng Social Welfare and Cultural Organisation (EKSWCO), All Nyishi Youth Association (ANYA) and All ...

Mizoram: 1 abductee released, another still under captivity

Police claimed that no ransom was paid for the releaseAizawl, February 9 (PTI):  Mohammad Buizul Islam, one of the two persons abducted by NLFT and ...

Chaos in Tripura assembly on chit fund issue

Agartala, February 9 (IANS): The Tripura assembly witnessed chaos Monday as opposition members disrupted the proceedings demanding the government inform the house about the amount ...

Animal casualties in Kaziranga: NGT bans roadside shops

NEW DELHI, February 8 (PTI): The National Green Tribunal has ordered a ban on roadside shops and eateries along the animal corridors near Assam's Kaziranga ...

Remote community in Arunachal Pradesh opens homestay for tourists

Nampong (Arunachal Pradesh), February 8 (IANS): A small tribal community in the hills of Changlang district in Arunachal Pradesh have opened their homes for people ...

Tuki bats for regional council for NE region

Itanagar, February 8 (PTI): Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today advocated for a regional council for North Eastern Region during a meeting of NITI ...

'India upgrading defence infrastructure along China border'

Agartala: India is working on upgrading its defence infrastructure along its border with China in the northeastern region, Defence Secretary R K Mathur said today. ...

Ban on liquor sale in Assam due to poll

Guwahati: Assam government has issued orders prohibiting sale of liquor for three select days in areas falling under 74 municipal boards and town committees across ...

Mizoram: Ransom demanded for release of BRTF hostages

Aizawl: Almost a week after two employees of Border Road Task Force (BRTF) were abducted from Mizoram-Bangladesh border, a ransom has been demanded for their ...

Prison scam: Rights panel orders probe

Guwahati: The Assam Human Rights Commission (AHRC) issued a notice to the chief secretary on Friday, ordering an inquiry into an incident of alleged siphoning ...
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Autorickshaws in Dimapur strike against ‘illegal taxation’

Morung Express NewsDimapur | March 4The General Autorishaw Drivers (GAD) went on strike in Dimapur today against “illegal taxation” in their sector. The strike was

‘Address formulation of Nagaland’s water policy’

Our CorrespondentKohima | March 4 Minister for Soil & Water Conservation, National Highway and Mechanical, Nuklutoshi today said there is an urgent need to address

161 people killed in Assam-Nagaland border row since 1972: Assam MLA

GUWAHATI, MARCH 4 (PTI): At least 161 people have been killed and another 171 injured across Assam in attacks by miscreants from Nagaland since 1972.

Nagaland to get Rs 2631 Cr from central tax share

DIMAPUR, MARCH 4 (AGENCIES): Nagaland state is all set to receive 0.31 percent share of the central taxes, which amounts to Rs 2,613. This comes

‘We want justice’

• Students shake Dimapur administration up over alleged rape •Section 144 CrPC (Curfew) imposed from 7:00pm, March 4• Rally scheduled on March 5 at 9:00am,

XVI All Nagaland Shooting C'ship

Kohima, March 4 (MExN): The Nagaland State Rifle Association (NSRA) conducted the XVI All Nagaland Shooting Championship on March 3 at NAPTC Firing Range, Chumukedima.

Australia Break India's Record, Hit Highest World Cup Score in History

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke , third right, and others congratulate teammate Australia's Mitchell Johnson for taking an Afghanistan wicket during their Cricket World Cup

Glaciers in Brahmaputra basin may reduce alarmingly: Study

Dharamsala: Glaciers in the upstream basin of the Brahmaputra, a 2,900-km-long river that originates from Tibet and flows into the Bay of Bengal, are likely