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Not enough hours in a day: NE seeks separate time zone

Agartala: Participating in a discussion on the introduction of Local Standard Time (LST) for the northeast, various civil society organizations and intellectuals of the state

Kigwema Youth Org celebrates platinum jubilee

Vilelie Khamo, Class I Contractor with others during the Kigwema Youth Organization platinum jubilee meet held at Kholera ground on January 14. (DIPR Photo)  Kigwema: ...

‘India keen to boost trade with Bangladesh, Myanmar’

Srinagar (Tripura)/Agartala: The Indian government has been building infrastructure to boost trade and other economic activities with Bangladesh and Myanmar, union Commerce and Industry Minister ...

Northeast Briefs

Former NWU president conferred 'Laarchangnuw'Tahamzam, January 13 (MExN): The Naga Women’s Union (NWU) has “with profound happiness and appreciation” extended congratulation to Dr. Gina Shangkham, ...

'Bob' Khathing, the man who won Tawang, remembered

GUWAHATI: The 25th death anniversary of the legendary Major Ralengnao 'Bob' Khathing was observed at Valley View, Mantripukhri, Imphal, on Monday. He is better known ...

Eight Bodo militants nabbed in Assam

Guwahati: Eight hardcore Bodo militants, including a mastermind behind the massacre of adivasis in December, were Tuesday arrested in Assam's Chirang district along the international ...

MKS 39th General Conference held

Maram: The 39th General Conference of the Maralui Karalimei Swijoikang (MKS) or Maram Students’ Union hosted by Maram Centre was held from January 9 to ...

Northeast Briefs

MLPC Act-2014 to come in force from Jan 15AIZAWL, JANUARY 12 (PTI): Mizoram Excise and Narcotics minister R Lalzirliana today said the newly legislated Mizoram ...

No talks with militant outfits indulging in violence: HM

GUWAHATI: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday categorically said there will be no talks with those militant outfits that indulge in violence though doors ...

Meghalaya policeman held with explosives

Shillong: An official of the armed police in Meghalaya was Monday arrested from the Delhi-bound North East Express train at the Guwahati station for possessing ...

Zoramthanga leaves to broker peace in Myanmar

AIZAWL: Mizo National Front president Zoramthanga today left Kolkata for Yangon to broker peace deal between the government of Myanmar and various ethnic groups in ...

Mizoram plans to give 210 MW HEP to NEEPCO, says Chief Minister

AIZAWL: The Mizoram government plans to let the government-backed North-Eastern Electric Power Corporation (NEEPCO) take over the 210 MW Tuivai HEP in northern Mizoram, which ...

Border haat along Tripura-Bangladesh border

AGARTALA: The first border 'haat' or market along Tripura-Bangladesh frontier at Srinagar in South Tripura district, about 140 km from here, will be inaugurated on ...

Orange growth hit in Arunachal

Itanagar: In the backdrop of widespread decline of orange growth in Arunachal, Bhekuliang and Bedagam in Lohit district equally bore the brunt of its effect.Out ...

'Green issues hijacking growth in power sector'

NEW DELHI:  Concerned over green issues "hijacking" potential growth in hydropower sector, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has asked the Centre to take proactive ...

12 Bodo militants arrested in Assam

Guwahati: Twelve Bodo militants were Sunday arrested from three places in Assam along the international border with Bhutan, a day after an insurgent involved in ...

Arunachal action plan to contain insurgency

Itanagar, January 9 (PTI): Arunachal Pradesh police has made an action plan to check insurgency in Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts through various initiatives, including ...

Union Min's visit to North East to be a fortnightly affair now

NEW DELHI, JANUARY 9 (PTI): With northeast India being a key focus area of the Narendra Modi government, at least one Union minister will now ...

Nido Tania case: HC issues notice over dropped charges

New Delhi, January 9 (IANS): The Delhi High Court Friday issued notice to the CBI on a plea of the father of deceased Arunachal Pradesh ...

Nido Tania case: victim's father moves HC over dropped charges

New Delhi: A Congress MLA from Arunachal Pradesh and father of Nido Tania, a youth who died early last year after he was allegedly beaten ...
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Fastest 150 in ODI history

South Africa's AB De Villiers hits the ball to the boundary during their Cricket World Cup Pool B match against the West Indies in Sydney,

India look to extend winning run in WCup

Perth, February 27 (IANS): The below-par performance in the tri-series involving Australia and England had snatched the favourites tag away from India going in to

NE, Kashmir to get over 100 FM stations

New Delhi, February 27 (IANS): The northeast region along with Jammu and Kashmir will soon be getting over 100 government and private FM channels, parliament

Ukraine government forces, rebels withdraw heavy weapons

A boy aims an automatic gun given to him by a Ukrainian serviceman in the village of Chermalyk, eastern Ukraine, Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. In

Atheist US blogger killed in machete attack in Bangladesh

DHAKA, FEBRUARY 27 (REUTERS): Machete-wielding assailants hacked to death a blogger in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka, in the latest of a series of attacks

Fijians get to design new flag as nation ditches Union Jack

WELLINGTON, FEBRUARY 27 (AP): Fijians will get the opportunity to design a newflag as the country prepares to ditch Britain’s Union Jack.Fiji Prime Minister Voreqe

Afghan avalanches: Flooding takes toll

KABUL, FEBRUARY 27 (AP): The death toll from severe weather that caused avalanches and flooding across much of Afghanistan has jumped to more than 200

Economic survey pushes 'big bang reforms'

Indian Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, centre, and Indian Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha, seated left, pose for photographs with their team on the

Private member bill on forced conversions introduced in LS

New Delhi, February 27 (PTI): A bill to ban forced conversions was among the 37 private members’ bills introduced in the Lok Sabha today. Some

Land bill, dig at Cong & MNREGA, religious tolerance: 3 highlights of Modi's speech

New Delhi, February 27 (Agencies): Prime Minister Narendra Modi touched upon a range of burning issues in his speech in Lok Sabha on Friday, as