Daily Archives: 3 February

Manipur, Central governments take cognizance of United Naga Council demands

The United Naga Council (UNC) said the central and Manipur governments have taken cognizance of their demands, urging them to withdraw the ongoing economic blockade in the state. The UNC -- which has imposed the economic blockade since November 1, ...Read More

‘Where is the Naga Peace Accord?’ Questions CPI-M leader Yechury to PM Modi

KOHIMA: After violent protests in Nagaland against 33 per cent quota for women in urban local bodies, CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury questioned the Modi government over the Nagaland peace accord. "Nagaland is burning. Fair to ask what happened to the ...Read More

NSCN-Khaplang cadre killed in Arunachal Pradesh

ITANAGAR: A cadre belonging to the Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang was killed and another injured during an exchange of fire with the Assam Rifles here on Friday, police said. The incident was reported at Ozakho village in Longding district ...Read More

Nagaland CM Zeliang’s resignation demanded as state continues to boil

KOHIMA: Uneasy calm continued to prevail in the state with the Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC) on vowing they will practice restraint only after T.R. Zeliang steps down as Chief Minister. The NTAC, an apex body of various tribal Naga ...Read More

Minor girls from Sikkim rescued from Noida

GANGTOK: Two minor girls, who were abducted from Sikkim to be sold here, were rescued and a couple was arrested in this connection in Surjapur area, police said. The girls, aged 13 and 14, were traced through electronic surveillance after police ...Read More

Arunachal Pradesh: Teacher allegedly assaulted by army personnel

ITANAGAR: One Ngamtai Wangsu, an assistant teacher currently working at Government Primary School, Longsom village under Longding district has been allegedly beaten up by army personnel of the 4th Sikh Regiment. According to reports, Wangsu while returning home from Bimlapur, ...Read More

Nagaland Agitation: Bodies of Dimapur victims buried at Kohima

KOHIMA: Amid a tense situation, that continued in Kohima and indefinite bandh still continued, the two dead bodies, who were killed in police firing on January 31 at Dimapur and was brought to Kohima next day, were laid to rest inside ...Read More

Assam: Minor kidnapping on the rise in Guwahati!

GUWAHATI: CRY (Child Rights and You) estimated that around 180 children go missing on an average every day, including 22 from the national capital. The total number of untraced children in 2015 was 62,988 as against 34,244 in the year ...Read More

Meghalaya: BSF jawan kills self in South West Garo Hills

TURA: A 27 year old Border Security Force (BSF) man who was posted along the international border shot himself with his service weapon allegedly after going into depression. Constable Kamlesh Kumar Gujar (27) of Haryana who was posted at Kalaichar ...Read More
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