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Wet Meghalaya seeks water conservation tips from Chennai

CHENNAI: Nature might have gifted Meghalaya with the wettest place on Earth but its quest to conserve water has brought it to Chennai, a region

Insurgence to resurgence: NE Festival in Delhi from today

New Delhi: Delhites will get a chance to witness the diverse culture and rich heritage of the eight north-eastern states as the second edition of ...

Mangkolemba SDPDB meeting held

Mokokchung, November 5 (DIPR): The Mangkolemba Sub Division Planning Development Board (SDPDB) meeting was held on November 5 at the Customary Court.  In the meeting, ...

When Operation Bluebird struck terror

Senapati: Pius Varay ducks instinctively whenever a child pops an empty Tetra Pak carton or a motorcycle misfires. The sound is a traumatic reminder of ...

Manipur's lost sons: Why Irom's fight against AFSPA is in 15th year

In this Monday November 3, 2014 photo, India's most famous prisoner of conscience Irom Sharmila, 42, interacts with human rights activists who visited her at ...

ZYF (AMN) denounces burning down excavators

Imphal: The Zeliangrong Youth Front (Assam, Manipur & Nagaland) has called the burning down of excavators “a senseless act.”A press release from David Kamei, General ...

Tripura CM urges PM to increase MGNREGA allocation

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has sought intervention of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the reduction of allocation of money for implementing MGNREGA ...

Fitness sector witnesses growth in Manipur

Imphal, november 2 (Agencies): The trend of working out in gyms is fast catching up with the people of Manipur. As people increasingly become aware ...

Assam hunts ‘dentist’ courier of Bangla money

Guwahati, November 2 (HT): The Assam Police is on the trail of a village ‘herbal dentist’ who allegedly carried hawala money from Bangladesh to Simulia ...

Gogoi says he is target of jihadi elements

Guwahati, November 2 (PTI): Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said he, the state secretariat and famous Kamakhya temple were targets of jihadi elements operating ...

Discover NE ends on a successful note

Guwahati, November 2 (AGENCIES): The five day cultural extravaganza – Discover North East – ended on Sunday with magnificent displays of colours and cultural items ...

13 yrs later, Sharmila refuses to give up

Malom, November 2 (IANS): "Iron Lady" Sharmila Chanu completes Sunday 13 years of hunger strike that she began after the massacre of 10 people by ...

Police launch verification drive in Shillong

Shillong, November 1 (PTI): With Meghalaya sharing a boundary of more than 600 km with Assam and 443 km with Bangladesh, the police today undertook ...

Commissionerate system of policing in Guwahati from Jan 1

Guwahati, November 1 (PTI): The Assam Government has decided to introduce the commissionerate system of policing in the capital city Guwahati with effect from January ...

Assam to hand over jihadi activities cases to NIA

Guwahati, November 1 (IANS): Assam will hand over cases related to jihadi activities in the state to the National Investigation Agency (NIA), Chief Minister Tarun ...

Chief Minister’s Health Insurance Scheme launched in Arunachal

Sagalee, November 1 (PTI): The Chief Minister’s Health Insurance Scheme (CMHIS), a promise made by the ruling Congress in its election manifesto, was formally launched ...

India concerned about jihadi groups setting up base in NE

Imphal, November 1 (ANI): India is concerned about the growing influence of Islamic fundamentalists in its northeast region, which could pose a major security threat ...

World Bank aid for power projects in NE

Agartala, October 31 (IANS): The World Bank would provide a major share of Rs.8,150 crore for improving power transmission system in six northeastern states, officials ...

Bodo faction threatens to quit peace process

Guwahati, October 31 (IANS): The pro-talk NDFB faction Friday threatened to pull out of the peace process if the government does not release its president ...

Meghalaya directs completion of disbanding process of ANVC

Shillong, October 31 (PTI): Meghalaya government today directed the completion of disbanding process of the two Garo rebel outfits - the ANVC and its faction ...
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ANSWFSEA points to ‘misuse of authority’

Calls for Nagaland Gov’s ‘immediate intervention’Kohima, December 19 (MExN): The All Nagaland Social Welfare Field Staff Employee Association (ANSWFSEA) has appealed to the Governor of

Mega projects in line for Nagaland: Kronu

Neiba Kronu addressing media persons in Kohima on December 19. (Morung Photo)   Chizokho VeroKohima | December 19 Efforts are currently underway to expedite three mega

‘I get my health by helping others’

Dr Laji (George) and Sheila Varghese at Longpang, Tuensang.   Morung Express FeatureLongpang |December 19“Being a doctor is a call to compassion,” is how Dr. George

Rally demands ‘removal’ of Nagaland BJP President

Morung Express News Dimapur | December 19 Several BJP workers from Phek district today staged a protest rally at the Nagaland State BJP headquarter in

CVSU clarifies

DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 19 (MExN): The Chumoukedima Village Students’ Union (CVSU) today clarified that the CVSU along with the Chumoukedima Town Students’ Union and the New

53,705 Cr allocated for NE development

MUMBAI, DECEMBER 19 (AGENCIES): A total of Rs 53,705 crore has been allocated for the North East in the current fiscal for the development of


Officer’s Hill Colony Council 25th anniversary Kohima, December 19 (MExN): The Officer’s Hill (Thegabakha) Colony Council, Kohima is all set to celebrate its 25th anniversary

State students’ visit to Pune

Dimapur, December 19 (MExN): After quickly adapting to the routine of their hosts, the students from the state are now gaining firsthand knowledge of local

GYO celebrates golden jubilee

Dimapur, December 19 (MExN): Gaili Youth Organasation celebrated its golden jubilee from December 13 to 17 with Parliamentary Secretary for School Education, Yitachu as chief

LFHSS observes Letter Writing Day

Students of Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec. School participate in the Letter Writing Day held on December 16.   DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 19 (MExN): Livingstone Foundation Hr. Sec.