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Civil society to press for early dialogue with UPF

New Delhi: Civil society leaders are likely to meet Union minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on August 7 to press for initiating for

Villagers hail order banning coal mining in Meghalaya

Karkhana, August 5 (PTI): Villagers living downstream of Myntdu river along the India-Bangladesh border in Meghalaya's Jaintia Hills district have welcomed the National Green Tribunal ...

Meghalaya sounds alert for JE

Shillong, August 5 (IANS): Meghalaya has sounded an alert for Japanese encephalitis after seven people tested positive for the virus and 23 others are suspected ...

Gross misuse of IAY funds in Arunachal: CAG

Itanagar, August 5 (PTI): Faulty list of beneficiaries left many families deprived of the Indira Awas Yojana (IAY) benefits while there were instances that non-BPL ...

ILP protests continues in Mnp

IMPHAL, Aug 5 (NNN): The ongoing demand for implementation of Inner Line Permit System (ILPS) in the state saw massive rallies and sit-in-protests being carried ...

Seven youths rape minor girl in Mizoram

Aizawl, August 5 (IANS): Mizoram police arrested seven youths, including four minors, for gang raping a minor girl, police said here Tuesday. "The accused youths ...

NHCCL to start NHs improvement works on war footing from October

IMPHAL, August 5 (NNN): The Government of India has set up an agency called National Highways Connectivity  Company Ltd (NHCCL) for North East and this ...

‘India's Look East Policy Needs Concrete Action’

NEW DELHI, August 5 (IANS): India's Look East Policy, in which Myanmar plays a key role as the route for major connectivity between India's landlocked ...

‘Crime going up in Assam’

Guwahati: The number of those killed in Assam has been steadily increasing, from 1,321 in 2011, to 1,368 in 2012 and 1,383 in 2013, while ...

Northeast Briefs

BJP flays Arunachal govt on statehood ActITANAGAR, August 4 (TNN): The BJP's Arunachal unit has accused the successive Congress governments in the state for failing ...

Mizoram's rail connectivity cut-off temporarily

SILCHAR: Mizoram has been virtually cut-off from other states in terms of railway connectivity for over a week now following a rail blockade by a ...

Zeliangrong bodies serve ultimatum

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Youth Front (ZYF), All Zeliangrong Students Union (AZSU) and Zeliangrong Students Union, Manipur (ZSUM) have served three days ultimatum to the warden ...

SC to hear Tripura High Court's order on teachers

New Delhi/Agartala: The Supreme Court, admitting a special leave petition (SLP) Monday, stayed Tripura High Court's order for framing a new employment policy within two ...

Zeliangrong orgs decry incident of woman giving birth in jungle and assault of student

Dimapur: The Zeliangrong Baudi (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland) and Zeliangrong Baudi (Manipur) has vehemently condemned the Maram student assault and also condemned the state machineries ...

‘Mnp Govt trying to derail Indo-Naga peace process’

Tahamzam: The United Naga Council has charged the Manipur Government of trying to derail the Indo-Naga peace process on the pretext of law and order. ...

Repatriate refugees to Mizoram: Tripura

Agartala: The Tripura government and a Lok Sabha member from the state have once again urged the central government to take steps to repatriate the ...

Suspected militants arrested in Tripura

Agartala: Two suspected militants, including a police constable, have been arrested in Tripura and some incriminating documents and fake Indian currency seized from them, police ...

Arunachal taking necessary steps to control JE spread

Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh has taken all necessary steps to prevent further spread of Japanese Encephalitis and the health department is closely monitoring the current situation ...

ATSUM condemns Maram student assault

IMPHAL: The All Tribal Students’ Union Manipur (ATSUM) has vehemently condemned the physical assault meted out to Ringsanbou Newmai, a BA student studying in Don ...

'Arunachal needs new tourism hotspots'

ITANAGAR: Calling tourism an industry which can engage locals and minimize rural-to-urban migration, All Arunachal Pradesh Tour Operators' Association (Aaptoa) demanded that new tourist circuits ...
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AKSSA calls govt attention on policy implementation

DIMAPUR, AUGUST 27 (MExN): The Ao, Kyong and Sumi Students' Association (AKSSA) has welcomed the Government of Nagaland’s decision to hold a “consultative meeting with

DDCF against shifting of DC office, Dimapur

• Says conveyance will be ‘unaffordable and unbearable’ • Handling law and order situation from distance will  be ineffective and unsatisfactoryDimapur, August 27 (MExN): The

Fashion Clarion Call - Seminar held

Our CorrespondentKohima | August 27The department of fashion technology, The Global Open University, Kohima Campus today conducted a seminar here on the topic “Fashion Clarion

ACAUT seeks CM’s intervention in NRHM imbroglio

Dimapur, August 27 (MExN): Expressing dismay that the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) employees have been unpaid for five months, the Against Corruption & Unabated

‘Participate proactively in economic partnership between India and US’

US Consul General meets CII and YI, Nagaland Chapter Kohima, August 27 (MExN):  In a round-table interaction with the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and

Nagaland News File

CM to inaugurate Dolphin Club buildingKohima, August 27 (MExN): Nagaland’s Chief Minister T.R. Zeliang will inaugurate Dolphin Club Kohima office building cum Artefact Centre near

Vehicle lifter arrested

Dimapur, August 27 (MExN): Dimapur Police mobile patrol recovered a stolen Mahindra Bolero and arrested one of the vehicle lifters on the night of August
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14 illegal elephant tusks seized

Dimapur, August 27 (MExN): In yet another breakthrough against illegal wildlife trade in the North East region, the Nagaland Excise Department has apprehended a person

NCSU closely monitoring SARDP-NE project

Kohima, August 27 (MExN): The Nagaland Contractors & Suppliers Union (NCSU) today stated that it is closely monitoring the Special Accelerated Road Development Programme (SARDP)-NE