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  • NPF Alongtaki slams memo against PS
    Dimapur, May 19 (MExN):The Naga People’s Front (NPF), Alongtaki A/C has slammed the memorandum submitted to the chief minister and NPF president by some of its party workers against parliamentary secretary for housing, labour  employment, T Saku…
  • REGION Briefs
    Ex-Minister resigns from RJD DIMAPUR, May 19 (MExN): T. Kongo, ex-Minister and working president RJD Nagaland unit has resigned from the primary membership of the RJD due to lack of transparency in the party. T. Kongo was first elected from 57…
  • Newspapers Vs the New Media in Manipur
    Imphal, May 19 : The dawn of the dot com era, particularly the beginning of the 90s, activated a debate centered on the demise of newspapers in its traditional paper format. While many had written a solemn requiem on the sustainability of the format…
  • 4 arrested over killing of minor, JAC demands ex gratia
    Imphal, May 19 (NNN): Bishnupur police Thursday arrested six persons suspected to be involved in the killing of a minor. While an older man and minor suspects have been released after interrogation, four suspects have been remanded to six days…
  • Anna Hazare in Guwahati for anti-corruption rally
    GUWAHATI | May 19 : Anti corruption crusader Anna Hazare has arrived in Guwahati today to take part in the anti-graft rally on Friday. Anna Hazare has been accompanied by Swami Agnivesh and Arvind Kejriwal. Akhil Gogoi led Krishak Mukti Sangram…
  • Mizoram cabinet approves various bills and resolutions
    AIZAWL, May 19 (NNN): Mizoram cabinet has passed various bills today at a cabinet meeting presided by the state’s Chief Minister Lal Thanhawla in Aizawl. These includes monthly  gratuity to the dismissed soldiers of disbanded 2nd Assam Regiment at…
  • Tarun Gogoi sworn in as Assam CM for third term
    Guwahati, May 18 (AGENCIES): Tarun Gogoi on Wednesday took oath as the chief minister of Assam for the third consecutive term. Governor J B Patnaik administered the oath of office to Gogoi in a function at Darbar Hall of Raj Bhavan in presence of a…
  • 'People entice ministers, bureaucrats to accept bribes'
    Imphal, May 18 (NNN): In a significant departure from the general understanding of the root of corruption in public places a lawmaker in Manipur has bitten off more than it can chew by stating that it is the people who entice bureaucrats and…
  • NHRC seeks report on Assam ‘witch-hunting’ incidents
    New Delhi, May 18 (AGENCIES): The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has sought a report within four weeks from the police in Kokrajhar district of Assam on several incidents of suspected witch-hunting there.  The rights panel has forwarded a…
  • Cong poll win in Assam boosted by Bengali-Hindu support
    Guwahati, May 18 (NNN): Of the many factors that helped the Congress in Assam to come out with absolute majority in the recent assembly election, the winning of the Bengali speaking Hindus' confidence has been one important factor. In the 126-member…
  • Nabam Atum elected as vice-president of JDSSM
    Dimapur, May 18 (MExN): Nabam Atum- veteran scholar and a committed social worker from Arunachal Pradesh has been unanimously elected recently, on a prestigious post of vice-president of Janajati Dharm Sanskriti Surakha Manch (JDSSM), operating in…
  • 78cr Nabard grant for Nagaland rural projects
    Kohima, May 18 (The Telegraph): The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) has sanctioned financial assistance of Rs 78.57 crore to the state to support 37 new rural infrastructure projects.Nabard general manager, Nagaland, U.S…
  • 1-day Seminar on Horticulture Methods held
    DIMAPUR, MAY 18 (MExN): A one day Seminar on horticulture crops was held at CBCC Conference Hall, Pfutsero on 13th May, 2011.  The Seminar was organized by NOAH GRANDPA (Nagaland Organic Agri-Horti Growers Resources and Nursery Development and…
  • REGION Briefs
    DVC condemns Dimapur, May 18 (MExN): The Diphupar Village Council has strongly condemned the barbaric act of raping and murdering a local minor girl at Diphu River site on May 14 near its boundary with its neighbouring village. In this connection,…
  • LDA candidates doubt job order
    Dimapur, May 18 (MExN): The Social Welfare department has come under the cloud that it has issued joining orders to some candidates appointed as LDA-computer assistants in the districts continue to wait for their orders while some have even joined…
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