Daily Archives: 12 February

Nagaland: 33 per cent reservation for Naga women gets Nation wide support

The political drama along the rights of women reservations in Nagaland has now received national spectatorship.  "One Billion Rising" ,a global movement, to end rape and sexual violence against women had condemned this act of gender rights violations in its recently conducted ...Read More

Manipur: BJP refutes 36 cr claim by Sharmila, says people have rejected her as political entity

Since October 2016, around the time Irom Sharmila announced the launch of People's Resurgence and Justice Alliance (PRJA), Sharmila has been claiming that she was approached by Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders who offered her a ticket and a sum ...Read More

Naga Students’ Federation of Nagaland appeals for smooth conducts of exams

KOHIMA: The Naga Students' Federation (NSF) appeals to all section of the Nagas to ensure for the smooth functioning of the educational institutions and also facilitate for hassle-free passage to the students to be appearing their examinations, which will be commencing ...Read More

War of words erupts between United Naga Council and Manipur CM

IMPHAL:  With Manipur congress legislature party (CLP) writing to Prime minister, Narendra Modi to declare apex body of Nagas living in Manipur, United Naga council (UNC) as unlawful organisation, UNC has termed the CLP under chief minister, O Ibobi Singh ...Read More

Nagaland braces for Indefinite bandh from Monday onwards

KOHIMA: With Chief Minister, TR Zeliang refusing to step down, tribal organisations in Nagaland has announced fresh round of agitation. Joint Co-ordination Committee (JCC) and Nagaland Tribes Action Committee (NTAC) have called for a total indefinite state-wide bandh starting from ...Read More

Nagaland: Heroin worth Rs. 1.5 Crore seized in Kohima

KOHIMA: The police seized 1.5 kg of heroin worth around Rs 1.5 crore from a car in Kohima and arrested one person hailing from Madhya Pradesh in this connection. Police said the personnel manning Phesama check gate found the drug ...Read More

Manipur : Indigenous sports which marked their global presence!

Manipuri mythology has it that Oolaobi was an outdoor game (similar to modern day Kabaddi) played mainly  by the Gods It is an outdoor game played mainly by females. In addition to these, Manipur has a rich history of  indigenous games ...Read More

“My father spent six years in prisons including Assam”- Homecoming of a Chinese soldier

Beijing: A Chinese soldier, who was stuck in India for over 50 years after crossing the border following the 1962 war, on Saturday returned to China with his Indian family members to a rousing reception and an emotional reunion with ...Read More

Assam: 11-yr-old minor forced into domestic help rescued

An 11-year-old girl from Assam, who was allegedly forced into domestic work, was rescued by police and members of the Child Welfare Committee (CWC) from a house in R K Puram area here, an official said today. The victim was ...Read More