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  • BSF not using lethal arms at India-B'desh border: Official
    Agartala, November 28 (IANS): The BSF never fired and used lethal weapons while guarding the India-Bangladesh borders to check crimes, illegal cross border movement, infiltration and exfiltration, a top official said here on Thursday. "...our…
  • Meghalaya plans to shut schools with enrolments below 10 students
    Shillong, November 28 (PTI): The Meghalaya government is planning to either shut schools or withdraw funds to those having enrolments below 10 and use that sum for development of other educational institutes, a senior state minister said on Thursday…
  • 37 stalls of Manipur Sangai Festival collapse, no casualty
    Imphal, November 28 (NNN): Around 10 persons had a narrow escape after a temporary structure housing around 37 stalls inside the Manipur Sangai Festival venue at Manipur Trade and Expo Centre at Lamboikhongnangkhong in Imphal West district on…
  • Government extends ban on ULFA for 5 years
    New Delhi, November 28 (PTI): The Centre has extended the ban on the Assam-based insurgent outfit ULFA for five years for continuing subversive activities, including killings, kidnapping and extortions. In a notification, the Ministry of Home…
  • Cong, AIUDF stage protest over CAB, NRC in Assam Assembly
    GUWAHATI, NOVEMBER 28 (PTI): The winter session of the Assam Assembly began on a stormy note on Thursday with the opposition Congress and AIUDF protesting against the Citizens (Amendment) Bill and the state government's move to cancel the NRC, lying…
  • Home Minister calls meet on Citizenship Amendment Bill
    Home Minister calls meet on Citizenship Amendment Bill
    New Delhi, November 28 (IANS) Union Home Minister Amit Shah has called a meeting on Friday to discuss with the civil society and political parties the proposed draft Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), which has been a bone of contention with the…
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    Rengma Naga Culture Society (RNCS) celebrated a ‘Ngada’
    The Rengma Naga Culture Society (RNCS) celebrated annual post harvesting festival ‘Ngada’ at Phancherop (Karenga Village). Attending the festival as chief guest, Phenpiga Rengma, the newly inducted Chairman of Youth and Sports Welfare Board of Karbi…
  • 28 died in Assam detention centres: Centre
    New Delhi, November 27 (IANS): As many as 28 persons had died in detention centres set up in Assam or the hospitals they were referred to between 2016 beginning and October 10, 2019, the government informed the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.   Union…
  • AR recovers contraband worth Rs 28 Lakhs
    DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 27 (MExN): Troops of Assam Rifles recovered contraband items worth more than Rupees 28 lakh at Khudengthabi, Manipur. A press release from the PIB, Defense Wing informed that on November 24, during a routine check at PVCP…
  • MPHRC concerned by prevalence rate of rape cases
    Newmai News Network Shillong | November 27   The Meghalaya Peoples Human Rights Council (MPHRC) has expressed its grave concern over the rising number of rape cases in Meghalaya and has attributed this to ‘failures of the Justice system’.   “…
  • NEHUTA accuses NEHU VC of ‘divisionary tactics’
    DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 27 (MExN): The North East Hill University Teacher’s Association (NEHUTA) today expressed dismay over the claim of the Vice-Chancellor that he is “purveying the truth,” and alleged that the VC “failed to convene the University court…
  • NFR takes steps to improve passenger experience
    Maligaon, November 27 (MExN): The NFR is giving due emphasis towards further betterment of passenger amenities on train. Passenger amenities on train includes better toilets, seats, drinking water, lightings, AC, on board cleanliness service, lilens…
  • ZPM wants Governor's assent on foreigner detecting bill
    Newmai News Network Aizawl | November 27    The youth wing of Mizoram’s main opposition party, Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM), on Wednesday submitted a representation to state Governor PS Sreedharan Pillai, imploring him to give his assent to a…
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    Manipur CM asks COCOMI to lift boycott of Sangai Fest
    Manipur Chief Minister, N Biren Singh addressing a press conference in Imphal on Wednesday. (NNN Photo)   Newmai News Network Imphal | November 27   Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh urged the Coordinating Committee on Manipur Integrity (…
  • Tripura in fix over releasing water from Rudrasagar Lake
    Agartala, November 27 (IANS): The farmers' movement in Tripura to have water released from the internationally recognised Rudrasagar Lake has put the state government in a tight spot as the wetland is one of India's 27 Ramsar sites.   The central…
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