Daily Archives: 13 February

Five facts about Asia’s second highest Singshore Bridge in Sikkim

Pelling is a town in the district of West Sikkim, India. Pelling is nestled at an altitude of 2,150 m (7,200 feet). The town is located at a distance of 10 km from the district headquarters of Geyzing. Considered as ...Read More

United Naga Council blockade might derail the Naga Peace Accord says RN Ravi

KOHIMA: The Prime Minister’s envoy for the Naga peace-talks, Mr R. N. Ravi said that ongoing economic blockade in poll-bond Manipur may have an impact on the peace-talks. While interacting with this newspaper, Mr Ravi said, “The Naga issue can’t ...Read More

Assam:A 12 year old girl’s letter to the Prime Minister has gone viral!

Guwahati, Feb 13: Just weeks after Arunachal Pradesh's Governor PB Acharya commented that Indians know more about the US than about the Northeast, a little girl from Assam probably realized that the region has not been given enough attention by ...Read More

Nagaland Agitation update: Students appearing in NBSE examination exempted from bandh

KOHIMA: Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC), Kohima and the Joint Coordination Committee (JCC) announced that students appearing in the Class X, XI and XII examinations conducted by the Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) are exempted from the purview of ...Read More

Assam: Additional advocate general barred entry into Assembly!

GUWAHATI: Assam legislative assembly speaker Hitendra Nath Goswami on Monday barred state additional advocate general from entry into the assembly for two weeks till the house privilege committee completes a probe on the taking selfies inside the house by the ...Read More

Nagaland CM in no mood to step down, invites tribal organisations for fresh talks

KOHIMA, Feb 13: As the tussle between the state government and the social organisations takes yet another form with the latter’s firm stance on their demand for Chief Minister TR Zeliang’s resignation, the CM has called upon the tribal organisations ...Read More

Tracing the tragedy- How the last king of Myanmar had to live a life of anonymity in an Indian village!

Royal families world over have stood out to have been at the core of inherent public fascination with intrinsic interest values. The emblematic value of the Royal Family represents profoundly on the history and heritage of the state in question. ...Read More

CM Zeliang running out of options as tribal bodies shutdown cripples Nagaland!

Kohima: Normal life came to a standstill in Nagaland as the indefinite shutdown called by tribal Naga organisations got underway on Monday to force Chief Minister T.R. Zeliang to resign. The tribal groups, under the banner of Nagaland Tribes Action ...Read More

Marvelene’s Inn effect: Government annoyed with suspects’ using health as a ground to evade interrogation

SHILLONG, Feb 13: Taking serious consideration on the increasing trend of accused persons in a crime being admitted in hospital pre-interrogations, the State Commission for the Protection of Child's Right (SCPCR) on Monday asked the Directorate of Health Services (DHS) ...Read More
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