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  • Meghalaya: Remaining HSSLC exams postponed amidst COVID–19 fears
    Newmai News Network Shillong | March 22   Amidst fears of the spread of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Government of Meghalaya has decided to postpone the remaining papers of the Higher Secondary School Leaving Certificate (…
  • People can buy essential commodities, supply unlikely to be disrupted: Mizoram Chief Secretary
    Newmai News Network Aizawl | March 22   Mizoram Chief Secretary Lalnunmawia Chuaungo on Sunday said that supply of essential commodities from neighbouring states coming via Vairengte is unlikely to be disrupted despite the closure of borders…
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    Assam: Suspected COVID-19 case turns out negative during recheck
    The 4 year old child who was suspected of covid-19 has been found NEGATIVE. There is no positive case in Assam so far, Assam Health Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma tweeted on Sunday.  (Photo Courtesy: @himantabiswa/Twitter)   India's case count rises…
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    COVID-19: AAI intensifies screening at 12 NE airports
    Passengers line up to be scanned for COVID-19 on arrival at the Dimapur terminal on March 8. (Morung File Photo by Soreishim Mahong)   Guwahati/Agartala/Aizawl, March 21 (IANS): The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has further stepped up…
  • NFR informs on ‘Janata Curfew’
    Guwahati, March 21 (MExN): In view of the ‘Janata Curfew’ from 7AM – 9 PM on March 22, the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has announced cancellation of services of some trains during the period.   A press release from NFR’s Chief Public…
  • Manipur prepare for ‘Janata Curfew’
    Newmai News Network Imphal | March 21    As part of observance of the “Janata (Public) Curfew” announced by Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, a one minute siren would be played at 5 pm on Sunday from GM Hall, Imphal, according to an…
  • Sharp reduction of mass gatherings in Manipur’s capital
    Newmai News Network Imphal | March 21   There was a sharp reduction in mass gatherings in the state capital of Manipur on Saturday owing to closure of market places by a government order in connection with COVID-19 coupled with a 15-hour…
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    Maj Gen VPS Kaushik takes charge of IGAR (North)
    Dimapur, March 20(MExN): Major General Viresh Pratap Singh Kaushik, SM assumed the post of Inspector General Assam Rifles (North) on March 20.   The General Officer is an alumnus of St Paul’s School, Lucknow, National Defence Academy, Indian…
  • Senior citizen concessions in Railways withdrawn
    Maligaon, March 20 (MExN): In order to contain the spread of COVID-19 virus and to minimise the travel related risks to elderly citizens, Indian Railways has withdrawn concessional booking of tickets to senior citizens for unreserved and reserved…
  • Opening COVID-19 quarantine facilities in populated areas objected
    Newmai News Network  IMPHAL | March 20   The Manipur government’s move of opening quarantine facilities in schools nearby Imphal Airport received strong objections from the locals on Friday.   For control and prevention of the risk of potential…
  • Rs 19,891 cr Budget presented in Tripura
    Agartala, March 20 (IANS): Tripura Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Dev Varma on Friday presented a Rs 19,891 crore tax-free Budget for 2020-21, containing several new plans including setting up a NITI Aayog-type state body, new schemes for farmers,…
  • Protecting lives primary concern: Manipur CM
    Newmai News Network IMPHAL | MARCH 20   While talking on how to prevent and combat coronavirus, Manipur Chief Minister of Manipur N Biren Singh said that the primary concern of the government at this hour is to protect and save the lives of the…
  • Bandh disrupts normal life in Senapati
    Bandh disrupts normal life in Senapati
    Protestors block National Highway-2 in Senapati and burn tyres after a bandh imposed by the people of the district on March 19. (NNN Photo)   Newmai News Network Senapati | March 19 Normal vehicular movements along the National Highway-2 in…
  • COVID-19: Mizoram rolls out new regulation
    Newmai News Network Aizawl | March 19 Invoking 'The Epidemic Diseases Act 1897', the Mizoram government has rolled out regulations according to which the government can use force to quarantine and isolate certain people to prevent the spread of…
  • Man fleeing quarantine centre nabbed from Assam-bound train
    Guwahati, March 19 (PTI): A man suspected to be infected with coronavirus was nabbed from a Silchar-bound train on Thursday, days after he fled a quarantine facility in Kerala, the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) said. The 24-year-old was later…
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