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Meghalaya, Assam to keep watch on liquor flow, rebels

SHILLONG: At a meeting between election, home department and police officers belonging to Meghalaya and Assam on Tuesday, both states agreed to coordinate with each

Escaped Meghalaya militant re-arrested

SHILLONG:  A top leader of the outlawed Hynniewtrep National Liberation Council (HNLC) who escaped nine months ago from a Meghalaya hospital has been re-arrested in ...

‘Ban smoking in polling centres in Assam’

Guwahati: A leading non-profit organisation working in the field of public health has requested poll officials in Assam to prohibit smoking in all polling booths ...

60% of Arunachal Assembly candidates are crorepatis

Itanagar: About sixty per cent of the candidates in poll fray in Arunachal Pradesh for April 9 Assembly polls are crorepatis. As many as 91 ...

90 air sorties in Arunachal Pradesh for holding election

Itanagar: The Election Commission would press 90 air sorties in Arunachal Pradesh for transporting men and materials to various remote and inaccessible polling stations in ...

Yitachu, NPF leaders attend TBCA meet

SINAKEITHEI (UKHRUL): NPF MLAs from Nagaland and Manipur, attended the Sunday morning worship service at TBCA's triennial meet.Yitachu, Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for Law and Justice, ...

TBCA celebrates triennial gathering

SINAKEITHEI: Tangkhul Baptist Churches Association (TBCA) held its triennial gathering at Sinakeithei Village, Ukhrul from March 27-31, with the theme “Unity in the Spirit”. The ...

NE residents beaten by mob in Gurgoan

NEW DELHI/GURGAON: In another brutal racial attack in the National Capital Region, a mob of 15-20 locals beat up six persons from the northeast with ...

Miscreants sabotage Bridge in Tamenlong

IMPHAL: The Zeliangrong Students' Union, Manipur (Assam, Manipur, Nagaland) and the All lnpui Students Union have condemned the incident where miscreant had sabotaged the newly ...

Narendra Modi promises to change Assam situation

SIVSAGAR: Promising to change the Assam situation, Narendra Modi on Monday assured voting rights to migrants from Bangladesh and restoring their honour, while holding "political ...

Kuki militants ban Congress in Manipur

IMPHAL: The underground Kuki National Army, India (KNA-I), has banned Congress in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in the Outer Manipur constituency, blaming it of ...

Tripura voters' gender ratio exceeds national average

Agartala: At 963 females to 1,000 males in the electoral rolls, Tripura's gender ratio is higher than the national average of 908 and of many ...

Tough choice for people in Darjeeling hills

Kalimpong: Believing in the promise of Gorkhaland, people of the hills in West Bengal voted for a BJP candidate in 2009. This poll season, with ...

Northeast Briefs

Rio to visit Manipur todayIMPHAL, March 30 (NNN): Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will visit Manipur on Monday for the third time in this ensuing ...

'Do not vote for those who preach hatred'

Guwahati: In a clear hint at the BJP, Congress president Sonia Gandhi Sunday asked people in Assam not to vote for those who believe in ...

18 candidates for 2 LS seats in Manipur

IMPHAL: Altogether 18 candidates are vying for the two Lok Sabha seats of Manipur, where the polls will be held on April 9 and April ...

Charenamei stresses on NLUP implementation

IMPHAL: Independent candidate for Manipur Outer Parliamentary constituency Mani Charenamei said implementation of National Land Utilisation Policy in the hill districts of Manipur will be ...

Rajnath flays Congress for lack of development in NE

Guwahati: BJP president Rajnath Singh Sunday charged the Congress with not doing anything to develop the northeast region."It is the Congress party which was in ...

Money envelopes ‘unknowingly’ given to journalists: APCC

ITANAGAR: After a section of Arunachal Pradesh’s media accused Congress of trying to bribe media, the APCC on Sunday said envelopes containing money were “unknowingly” ...

EC firm on postal voting for Mizoram refugees in Tripura

AIZAWL: Despite opposition in Mizoram against allowing tribal refugees in Tripura's relief camps to cast postal ballots, the Election Commission (EC) is firm on its ...
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SC forms panel over government advertisements

New Delhi, April 23 (IANS): The Supreme Court Wednesday constituted a three-member committee to frame guidelines to regulate issuance of advertisements by the government and

AAP leader Somnath Bharti beaten up in Varanasi

VARANASI, April 23 (PTI): AAP leader Somnath Bharti was on Wednesday assaulted allegedly by BJP workers at the Assi ghat here when he went there

Dalit, minority kids pushed out of schools: HRW

New Delhi, April 23 (IANS): School authorities in India have persistently discriminated against children from Dalit, minority and other marginalised communities, pushing them out of

Thai court gives PM more time in abuse of power case

BANGKOK, April 23 (Reuters): Thailand’s Constitutional Court on Wednesday gave Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra until early May to defend herself against charges of abuse of

Money, liquor & drug trail in these elections

A polling official, right, hands over electronic voting machines to his colleague at a distribution center ahead of the sixth phase of voting of the

Sherpas leave Mt. Everest; some expeditions nix climbs

KATMANDU, April 23 (AP): Sherpa guides packed up their tents and left Mount Everest’s base camp Wednesday in an unprecedented walkout to honor 16 of

‘Piles & piles’ of bodies in S.Sudan slaughter

NAIROBI, April 23 (AP): The townsfolk believed the mosque was safe. They crammed inside as rebel forces in South Sudan took control of the town