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  • NPO Advent Christmas on December 5
    Newmai News Network Senapati | December 2   With the arrival of the “benevolent Christmas season an Advent Christmas" programme is being organized under the theme “Peace on Earth and Goodwill towards men” under the aegis of the Naga People’s…
  • NSCN (IM) clarifies on ‘calendar’ issue 
    Dimapur, December 2 (MExN): The NSCN (IM) today said that in the history of Naga freedom struggle, nobody can take away the “place of Haipou Jadonang as the pioneer of Naga Freedom struggle” and it has no intention undermining “his place in Naga…
  • Garo student seek cancellation of coal auction
    Newmai News Network SHILLONG | December 2   The Garo Students’ Union (GSU) – Mindikgre unit in South Garo Hills district of Meghalaya has sought the cancellation of the auction of coal that took place earlier while alleging that there have been…
  • NFR’s RPF arrests 6 suspected thieves
    Guwahati, December 2 (MExN): The Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel of Northeast Frontier Railways have cracked several cases of theft of passenger’s belongings from November 18 to 21and has arrested 6 persons in the process, an official…
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    Foreign Service Attaches visit Arunachal
    Kohima, December 1 (MExN): A delegation of Foreign Service Attaches from 26 nations visited Arunachal Pradesh and areas near LAC on November 29 with an aim to understand the prevailing situation in forward areas and to acquaint themselves with the…
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    10 Sangai Festival underway
        Books and various other products on display at the 10th Sangai Festival trade fair at Manipur Trade and Expo Centre. The Manipur State government has extended the Festival till December 2. As per a notice issued by the state Tourism…
  • NESO demands implementation of ILP, NRC across NE states
    New Delhi, December 1 (IANS): Reiterating its strong opposition to the proposed Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2019, the North East Students' Organisation (NESO) has made four demands before Home Minister Amit Shah to protect different indigenous…
  • Meghalaya: Four MDCs join BJP
    Newmai News Network Shillong | December 1   Four Members of District Council (MDCs) of the Garo Hills Autonomous District Council (GHADC) have formally joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in a ceremony on November 30.   The four MDCs which…
  • Shah agreees to CBI probe in Manipuri student's death
    Lucknow, December 1 (IANS): Union home minister Amit Shah has reportedly assured a CBI probe into the mysterious death of a class 11 student Anushka Pandey in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalay in Mainpuri.   SP MP Prof Ram Gopal Yadav who spoke to Amit…
  • Two arms dealers held in Manipur, recovers AK-56 rifle, ammunition
    Newmai News Network Imphal | December 1   Two arms dealers were nabbed by a combined force of Manipur police and Assam Rifles on December 1 and recovered a weapon and ammunition from the vehicle they were travelling in, police said.   The arms…
  • ZCOs accuse NSCN (IM) of ‘distorting Naga history’
    Dimapur, December 1 (MExN): The Zeliangrong Civil Organizations (ZCOs) has accused the NSCN (IM) of dishonoring the contribution of Haipou Jadonang in the Naga political struggle. ZCOs under the banner of the Zeliangrong Baudi drew objection to…
  • Shah agreees to CBI probe in Manipuri student's death
    Lucknow, December 1 (IANS) Union home minister Amit Shah has reportedly assured a CBI probe into the mysterious death of a class 11 student Anushka Pandey in Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalay in Mainpuri. SP MP Prof Ram Gopal Yadav who spoke to Amit Shah…
  • Shah discusses CAB with northeast leaders
    New Delhi, November 30 (IANS): Union Home Minister Amit Shah held discussions over the proposed Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB) with Chief Ministers of Northeast states and members of the civil society groups, here on Saturday. The Bill is likely…
  • BJP is on decline, says CPI-M leader
    Agartala, November 30 (IANS): The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) supremacy in the country had been reduced from 71 per cent to 40 per cent, and it would diminish further in the near future, Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) politburo member…
  • Fishermen object Loktak Inland Waterways Project
    Newmai News Network Imphal | November 30   Fishermen of Loktak Lake on Saturday registered a strong objection to the proposed Loktak Inland Waterways Project.   The Union Ministry of Shipping has approved the development of the Loktak Inland…
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