Monthly Archives: January 2017

Meghalaya: When a decision to preserve one’s dignity almost cost a female employee her job!

Soil Deptt constitutes Enquiry Committee to probe into harassment allegations against Director   SHILLONG, Jan 31: Her decision to preserve her dignity and her integrity almost cost her, her job besides the torment she was inflicted upon by her boss, ...Read More

Assam rape case: Money play quells plea for justice; victim commits suicide!

When the entire country was celebrating 68th Republic Day, a tenth standard student of Sidhuni High School in Barpeta district of Assam was raped by her neighbour Jahidul Islam (22). The Gaon Panchayat president Mr. Abdul Karim barred her father ...Read More

Battleground Manipur 2017: Money, liquor, arms seized ahead of Assembly polls

Elections officials have started seizing arms, money, liquor to ensure free and fair elections in Manipur scheduled on March 4 and 8 next. Chief Electoral Officer Manipur, Vivek Kumar Dewangan said Election Commission (EC) officials have so far seized Rs ...Read More

With a string of losses, is India ready for the U-17 World Cup?

There has been a lot of good news for football fans across the country in the last year. India’s FIFA rankings have risen to 129. Considering that in 2015 (March), India’s rankings was at an all time low of 173, ...Read More

United Naga Council to join tripartite talks in Delhi

IMPHAL: The United Naga Council (UNC), which had imposed an indefinite economic blockade of Manipur on November 1 to protest against the creation of new districts, will take part in the proposed tripartite talks in Delhi on February 3. A. ...Read More

Shillong Lajong beat Chennai 2-0 to win third consecutive home match

Shillong Lajong FC won their third straight home match with a 2-0 win against Chennai City FC in the I-League football tournament here on Tuesday. Dipanda Dicka gave the hosts an early breakthrough in the 20th minute and followed it ...Read More

Sikkim based Tamilians voiced for preserving Jallikattu!

Tamilian people working in Sikkim also have voiced for saving age old tradition and culture Jallikattu. Working in various institutes and factories in Sikkim the group of Sikkim based Tamilians told VOS about their benevolence towards custom which dates back ...Read More

Nagaland: Normal life takes a hit by daylong bandh in Dimapur

KOHIMA: Life came to a grinding halt in Dimapur as the bandh called by the Joint Coordination Committee(JCC). Reports surfaced from the Circuit House with reports of hundreds of volunteers of the JCC gathered and destroyed electoral rolls. The situation ...Read More

Swamy fires another salvo at Arnab Goswami, says channel funded by top Assamese politicians

A week after Rajya Sabha MP and senior BJP leader Subramanian Swamy filed a complaint against former Times Now editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami, the latter is changing the name of his newly announced venture from 'Republic' to 'Republic TV'. Amidst all ...Read More