Monthly Archives: February 2017

Priest rapes a 17 year old minor!

A 17-year-old teenager in Kannur has given birth to a baby after being allegedly raped by a priest in a church. The accussed father has been arrested. The incident came to light after the police was informed by childline activists ...Read More

Blast from the Past: Reconnecting with ‘Afflatus’, One of India’s first all girl Rock Band from Shillong!

From  being one of the first ‘All Girl Rock Band from India’ to saving lives through their music, Afflatus broke barriers when the band was at the crest of the Rock Scene in India ever since they decided to jump ...Read More

Meghalaya: Picnic trip turns fatal as man drowns while kayaking in West Khasi Hills!

In a tragic incident on February 28 at around 2.15 pm a person named Kyntiewdor Wahlang, aged about 35 years who was officiating as DEO cum typist in the office of the Executive Engineer PWD Roads, Mairang Division passed away ...Read More

Manipur polls: UNC to support The Naga Peoples’ Front in the coming elections!

Imphal: The United Naga Council (UNC), which has been continuing a blockade in two national highways in Manipur since November 1, has said it would oppose Congress in the assembly election to be held on March 4 and 8. The ...Read More

Assam Villages reel under darkness for decades now!

Sonitpur : Seeing light is a big time dream for the 400-odd families of New Jamuguri and Old Jamuguri villages in Assam's Sonitpur district. These villages are under the cover of dark with the Dhalaguri Panchayat in Barchalla Assembly constituency not ...Read More

Meghalaya: From ‘Rat-hole mining’ in Jaintia Hills to Pakistan’s ‘Little Terrorist’, Shillong to witness films of international acclaim!

Shillong, Feb 28 : Nineteen award winning films of the Mumbai International Film Festival (MIFF) will be screened here in Meghalaya, said an official on Tuesday. The objective is to encourage local filmmakers and producers from the region to take their ...Read More

Tripura: Banking services badly hit by strike in state

Agartala: Banking services were badly affected in the Left-ruled Tripura on Tuesday as most of the major banks remained closed due to a nation-wide employees' strike. The striking employees were protesting the "anti-people banking reforms' and demanding for compensation to ...Read More

Manipur: Bomb planted and diffused ahead of Rahul Gandhi’s visit in Imphal

Manipur, 28 Feb: Tensions arise ahead of the Manipur, March 4th and 8th polls when a bomb was recovered and diffused in Imphal today; just hours ahead of Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi’s election rally. According to police forces, the ...Read More

Former Assam CM Tarun Gogoi appeals PM Modi to bring in public the agreement with the NSCN (I-M)

Guwahati : Former Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make the clauses of the August 2015 framework agreement between the Centre and the NSCN (I-M) This comes in at a time when PM ...Read More