Monthly Archives: March 2017

China sends strong warning to India over Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh

China today warned India of serious damage to bilateral relations if it allowed Dalai Lama to visit Arunachal Pradesh. This is the second warning in a month from Beijing, as the Dalai Lama is going to visit the north-eastern state ...Read More

5 facts about Menchuka, the last village in Arunachal Pradesh

#1.  Mechuka also known as Menchukha is a small town nestled 6,000 feet (1,829 m) above sea level and is considered the last village before the McMahon Line dividing India and China in West Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh. #2. The ...Read More

Tripura: CPI (M) slams apex court as ‘Inhuman’ over cancellation of 10K Teachers’ Jobs

Agartala, March 31:For the first time the ruling Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI (M)) in Tripura has reacted over the Supreme Court's order on cancelling of appointment of 10,323 teachers in the state dubbing it as "inhuman". CPIM state ...Read More

Manipur flood: State gears up to tackle monsoon fury

Imphal, March 31: Manipur Cabinet presided by Chief Minister N Biren today discussed the flood situation in the State following the incessant rain in recent past and decided to constitute an action committee to deal with the problem of flood ...Read More

Meghalaya: Garo customary law bill faces severe criticism; new body formed to object the bill

TURA, March 31: After the passing of the Garo Customary Law Bill by the NPP led Executive Committee (EC) a few sections of the Garo community has come down heavily, with many openly condemning. Taking into account the gravity of ...Read More

Two Northeast women die of suspected drug overdose in New Delhi

March 31:  Two women from Mizoram were found dead in mysterious circumstances here on Friday with police suspecting that the deaths may have been caused by a drug overdose. Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police Chinmoy Biswal told the press that ...Read More

Assam’s progress will have profound impact on Bhutan says Tshering Tobgay

GUWAHATI, March 31: Bhutan's Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay said the progress of Assam and India's northeast region will impact neighbouring countries like Bhutan and Bangladesh. He also recalled the over a century-old cooperation between the people of Assam and Bhutan. ...Read More

Cherrapunji breaks rainfall record for third consecutive day

Shillong, March 31: Northeast India is the only pocket of the country that is witnessing pre-Monsoon rains and thundershowers. Meanwhile, rest of the country is under the tight grip of hot weather. In the last 24 hours, heavy pre-Monsoon rains savored ...Read More

Meghalaya and Sikkim exempted from 500 metre liquor ban

Shillong, March 31: Liquor vendors can breathe a sigh of relief for states like Sikkim and Meghalaya as the Supreme Court has partially relaxed some conditions to the ban on the sale of liquor for outlets residing along the national and ...Read More
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