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Tripura tops in voluntary blood donation

Agartala: Tripura has maintained its top position for the sixth consecutive year in voluntary blood donation in the country, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said

Yaoshang begins today

IMPHAL: One of the biggest festivals of the Meitei community, Yaoshang, begins today. The five day festival has every Meitei in a festive mood. Yaoshang, ...

Mizoram's Santosh Trophy triumph a big push for northeast football

New Delhi: Mizoram winning the national football championship for the Santosh Trophy underscores the phenomenal growth of the sport in the northeastern states. The region ...

Imphal hosts state’s first pride walk for LGBT

Participants of the first-ever Pride Walk for the LGBT community in Imphal.  Imphal: Manipur’s capital city hosted its first-ever Pride Walk for the LGBT community ...

Arunachal BJP releases list of candidates

ITANAGAR: BJP in Arunachal Pradesh today released its first list of candidates for the April 9 Assembly elections in the state, which includes former Chief ...

Guwahati set to welcome Holi with organic colours

GUWAHATI: The country is gearing up to celebrate Holi, and Assam, too, is all decked up for 'Phakua'. The city is ready to welcome the ...

To protect our future, defend our rivers

A protest rally at Thoubal River (Yangwui Kong) on March 14, 2014, at Riha Village in Ukhrul District, on International Rivers Day. (NNN Photo) UKHRUL: The ...

Kukis, Nagas boycott Cong in Saikul

IMPHAL: Election canvasses in Saikul sub-division or Saikul assembly constituency in Sadar Hills, Senapati district, are yet to be seen owing to the ban declared ...

Rs. 4 cr forgery case emerges in Manipur

Imphal: A hefty sum of over Rs 4 crores of a Manipur Government department was found deposited in a man's bank account by means of ...

Cong not doing any good for people: Nagaland CM

Shillong: The Congress was not doing any good for the people and the populist schemes launched by the outgoing UPA government were meant to "fool ...

Tripura opens helpline for women in distress

Agartala: The Tripura Police, as part of its initiatives to curb rising atrocities and crimes against women, has launched a toll-free helpline for women in ...

Stringent security measures for Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Manipur

IMPHAL: Stringent security measures are being taken in connection with the visit of AICC Vice President Rahul Gandhi to Manipur. Combing operations have begun in ...

Assam celebrates Holi in a unique 3-5-day long affair

Barpeta: While Assam celebrates Holi more or less the way northern India does, the festival of colours takes a unique form in one part of ...

Church leaders asks Mizo govt not to lift prohibition

Aizawl, March 14 (PTI): Mizoram Kohhran Hruaitute Committee (MKHC), a conglomerate of leaders of 14 major churches in the state, on Friday urged the government ...

Irom Sharmila rejects Cong for AAP, continues fast

Imphal, March 14 (IANS): Activist Irom Chanu Sharmila, who has been on a fast-unto-death since the last 10 years against alleged rights violations by security ...

NSCN-K appoints new Shepoumaramth region Chairman

An order (Ahza) issued by NSCN Chairman SS Khaplang, has discharged K.S Solomon posted under Shepoumaramth Region from active party duty with immediate effect. Another ...

Rio, Shurhozelie, to campaign in Manipur

Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio and hordes of Nagaland ministers, MLAs and leaders of NPF will be coming to Manipur on March 25 to participate ...

Quietly, green revolution 2.0 takes root in Assam

Guwahati, March 14 (HT): "This is my ATM," says Jyotish Talukdar, pointing to a largish pond in a grassy village on the edge of a ...

Colonial hangover ails workers of Assam's tea industry

Tezpur: Colonial-style bungalows of Assam's expansive tea gardens and the British-era lifestyles of their executives paint a picture postcard of yore. Sadly, this hangover also ...

Irom Sharmila released – continues fast without nose tube

Irom Sharmila and members of the Sharmila Kanba Lup at the latter's camp on Thursday, March 13. (NNN Photo)  IMPHAL: Prominent Human Rights activist Irom ...
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Uma Bharti faces charges of rioting, causing enmity between groups

Jhansi, April 20 (PTI): Charges of rioting and promoting enmity between different groups in Ayodhya are among the 13 cases pending against firebrand BJP leader

Cases pending against 7 candidates in Assam

GUWAHATI: Altogether seven candidates in the fray in the third and final phase of Lok Sabha polls of April 24, including two sitting MPs, have

‘Allow regulated vehicular movement in Kaziranga’

GUWAHATI: Assam Government has pleaded before the National Green Tribunal that regulated movement of vehicles be allowed in the Kaziranga National Park instead of complete

Pay salaries to pilots: HC to Kingfisher

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has directed the grounded Kingfisher Airlines to pay the outstanding salaries of three of its ex-pilots who had moved

Gloria Patri-7 Nights of authentic worship concludes

The praise and worship team leading the service in worship during the concluding night of Gloria Patri at IMC Hall, Dimapur on April 20. (Morung

Online Campaign to Document Tree Diversity

Bangalore, April 20 (ENS): The web portal India Biodiversity will organise a nation-wide ‘Neighbourhood Trees Campaign’ from Tuesday (Earth Day) to Sunday. The campaign aims