Daily Archives: 10 February

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

Meghalaya Sex Racket: Police arrests manager of Marvelene’s Inn

SHILLONG, Feb 10: A day after a charge sheet was filed against Mawhati legislator, Julius Dorphang and five others, police on Thursday evening arrested the manager of a guest house owned by the son of Home Minister HDR Lyngdoh -- ...Read More

Meghalaya: This is how Jowai Police engage in a battle against drug abuse!  

JOWAI, Feb 10:  Rome was not built in one day. So also a social menace as complicated and sensitive as drug abuse cannot be eradicated at one go. Years of study and research into the behaviour of addicts and the ...Read More

Meghalaya: Miscreants set fire to a school in West Garo Hills

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” –Nelson Mandela Education took a big hit in Bholarbitha area of Chibinang after a group of miscreants burnt down the biggest school of the area, namely ...Read More

Aizawl FC beat Churchill 3-1 to jump to second spot in I-League

Aizawl FC registered a 3-1 come-from-behind victory against Churchill Brothers to move to the second position in the I-League football competition here on. Aizawl are now on 16 points -- same as third-placed Mohun Bagan -- after eight matches. Churchill ...Read More

Another shameful act;minor sexually assaulted and thrown to die on the road!

Guwahati:With so much shameful incidents occuring in the state of Assam,another tragic incident of sexual molestation has come to light.A minor child has been raped and thrown alongside the road to die at 15 mile Jorabat. The child is around ...Read More