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  • Assam Congress opposes fresh NRC
    Guwahati, November 21 (IANS) Opposition Congress in Assam slammed the statement of Union Home Minister Amit Shah that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) update process will be carried out afresh in the state concurrently with the rest of India…
  • Pan India NRC to exclude more Muslims: Badruddin Ajmal
    Guwahati, November 21 (IANS) A day after Union Home minister Amit Shah announced that pan India National Register of Citizens (NRC) will include Assam as well, Chief of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) Badruddin Ajmal said that the ruling…
  • Tripura school teacher gets notice for urinating in open
    Agartala, November 21 (IANS) The Tripura government has issued a showcause notice to a school teacher for urinating in open. Teacher Ram Kamal Chakma of Ghagracherra High School was charged by Longtharai Valley Sub-Divisional Magistrate Siddharth…
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    Manipuri girl Kangujam honored with SDGs Ambassador Award 2019
    Licypriya receiving the SDGs Ambassador Award 2019 from Deepak Dwivedi, Chairman & Editor -in-Chief of Dainik Bhaskar.   Chandigarh, November 20 (MExN): 8 year old Indian Child Climate Activist Licypriya Kangujam & Dr SS Sandhu, Chancellor…
  • Won't allow NRC in Bengal: Mamata
    Kolkata, November 20 (IANS): On a day when union home minister Amit Shah asserted that the National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise would be undertaken across India, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee assured people on Wednesday that her…
  • US commission calls NRC 'downward trend in religious freedom'
    New York, November 20 (IANS): A US government commission has called the National Register of Citizens (NRC) a "downward trend in religious freedom" in India amid efforts to link Assam to the Kashmir issue.   In a brief released on Tuesday, the US…
  • Assam minister lauds Amit Shah over nationwide NRC drive
    Guwahati, November 20 (IANS): Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Wednesday lauded Union Home Minister Amit Shah who said that there will be a pan-India National Register of Citizens (NRC) and that Assam will naturally be a part of the…
  • 'Completion of fencing at B'desh border hit by BGB hostility'
    Agartala/New Delhi, November 20 (IANS): Fencing at various places along the India-Bangladesh border could not be completed due to numerous problems including objections by Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB), Tripura's Lok Sabha Member Pratima Bhoumik…
  • North East has 34.53% of the country’s bamboo bearing area
    New Delhi, November 20 (MExN): With 54172 sq km, the North Eastern States (NES) represents 34.53% of the country’s bamboo bearing area and the Union Government through the National Bamboo Mission (NBM) is focussing on the development of complete…
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    IEDs found planted on road in Manipur
    Security force on alert after IEDs were found planted along Imphal-Ukhrul Road on Wednesday. (NNN Photo)   Newmai News Network Imphal | November 20   A major tragedy was averted on Wednesday with the timely detection of two Improvised Explosive…
  • Assembly passes bill to protect depositors
    Newmai News Network Aizawl | November 20   The Mizoram Legislative Assembly on Wednesday passed the Mizoram Protection of Interests of Depositors Bill.   The bill introduced by Chief Minister Zoramthanga seeks to protect the interest of…
  • Assam brides to get aid worth 'one tola' of gold from Jan
    Guwahati, November 20 (IANS): From January 2010, marriageable girls in Assam would get financial help worth 'one tola' (10 gram) of gold from the Assam government, said Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma here on Wednesday.   "The scheme will be…
  • NFR connects 63% of locomotives to GPS & GSM network
    Maligaon, November 20 (MExN): In a significant achievement, Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has connected 256 of its 404 locomotives, used for hauling passenger and goods trains, to a centralized remote monitoring system using GPS technology and…
  • Manipur: Teachers’ indefinite strike commences
    Newmai News Network Imphal | November 20   Normal classes in government colleges across Manipur were suspended as teachers commenced their indefinite cease work strike on November 20. The teachers launched the cease work strike under the aegis of…
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    Anti-CAB shutdown hits life in valley districts of Manipur
    Police and security force personnel having a strict vigilance during the total shutdown hour call given by MANPAC on Tuesday. (NNN Photo)   Four MANPAC leaders, three women protestors picked up by police   Newmai News Network Imphal | November…
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