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Meghalaya: Bakery in Tura under scanner for manufacturing products in an ‘unhygienic’ condition

Tura, Feb 10: The Achik Youth Council (AYC), after a visit to one of the bakeries of the town of Tura today raised questions of hygiene after the NGO found a bakery in the town of Tura disregarding hygiene provisions ...Read More

Nagaland: Another abduction case by NSCN-IM in Mokochung!

Kohima:The Regional Administrative Officer (RAO) and the Guard Commander of Ao Region, GPRN/NSCN was reportedly abducted by the NSCN (IM) early Friday morning from Tzuremen village area under Mokokchung district. According to GPRN/NSCN sources, the RAO and the Guard Commander ...Read More

Assam: ‘Alcheringa molestation case’ gets a twist as 2 victims deny being molested!

Guwahati, Feb. 9: The molestation case which led to the arrest of two IIT Guwahati students took a new turn today with two of the three victims reportedly denying they were molested. One of the victims, who are students of ...Read More

Manipur Economic blockade : Centre doubtful of peaceful polls!

The central government is not confident that current economic blockade by a Naga group in Manipur will allow peaceful elections in the state, for which dates have already been announced by the election commission. With blockade persisting, the ministry of ...Read More

Demonetization Blues: Tripura’s very own Intl Trade Fair ends Rs. 30 lakh short of previous sales records

Agartala, Feb 10: As if the effects of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's historic demonetization weren't sufficient, a so-far super successful trade fair in Tripura has taken a big-time hit. Customers in the state have outright turned down the 27th Tripura Industries and Commerce Fair ...Read More

Manipur violence: United Naga Council on choppy waters if blockade continues says Govt

The Centre is unlikely to hold fresh round of talks with a Naga group spearheading the economic blockade in poll-bound Manipur for over three months now, after no breakthrough was achieved in two rounds of meetings with the stakeholders to ...Read More

Meghalaya Uranium enrichment: Student’s bodies opposes govt’s move on mining

SHILLONG: The Khasi Students' Union (KSU) and the North East Students' Organisation (NESO) - have opposed the Centre's move to develop large deposits of uranium in Meghalaya. Their opposition came two days after Minister of State in the Prime Minister's ...Read More

Manipur police commandos rescues abducted man at Kangpokpi district

IMPHAL: A combined team of Manipur Police and troops rescued a man abducted by militants at Kangpokpi district. Defence Wing sources said based on specific inputs regarding the presence of suspected TPLA cadres at Parsai involved in kidnapping of an auto ...Read More

Nagaland Violence: Agitating groups threaten agitation as CM refuses to quit

KOHIMA: Naga tribal groups have threatened to intensify their agitation after Chief Minister T.R. Zeliang refused to accede to their demand for his resignation and their three-day ultimatum in this regard ended on Friday. The tribal groups, under the banner ...Read More


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