Daily Archives: 8 March

Manipur: Polling official injured in Manipur blast dies

Imphal, March 8: A polling official, wounded in a bomb blast near the India-Myanmar border in Manipur's Kamjong district, died on Wednesday. K. Raikalung, a teacher, was injured in Tuesday's bomb explosion near Ashang Khullen village. The government has given an ...Read More

BJP’s National footprint reverberations in Northeast!

The grand old party of India which has been inviolably strong over the last decade is turning out to be a house of cards. The continuing plummet of the Congress party from its pan-Indian image indisputably began with the rise ...Read More

Assam: Noted Activist Sumitra Hazarika conferred President’s award!

GuwahatiMar 8: Noted women rights activist Sumitra Hazarika was on Wednesday conferred the President’s Award. The award instituted by the Union ministry of women and child development was given away to Hazarika at the Darbar Hall by President Pranab Mukherjee. ...Read More

10 women from Northeast India who broke all stereotypes to carve a niche in society  

She keeps the family together, she toils each day to ensure her family is well maintained, she is beautiful, she is special, she is a ‘woman’. Here are 10 personalities from Northeast India who broke all stereotypes to make a ...Read More

Tripura: Bad news for 260 Tripura lawyers as Bar Council decognises them!

Agartala, March 8: The Bar Council of Tripura has barred 260 lawyers from practicing in courts for not practicing in the last five years, a top official said here on Wednesday. "On the direction of the Bar Council of India (BCI), ...Read More

Manipur: Pressure mounts on PM from Congress to make Naga Accord public!

Imphal Mar 8: Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday demanded that the contents of the Naga Accord, signed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, should be made public and accused the PM of “spreading hate and lies” wherever he went. “The ...Read More

Manipur Election 2017 update: Over 83 per cent turnout recorded till 3 pm in 2nd phase!

March 8: Polling began at 7am on Wednesday for 22 constituencies in the second and final phase of the Manipur Assembly elections, amid heightened security following a bomb blast that left two persons wounded a day ago. An electorate of ...Read More

Assam: Army stages flag March in Silaphatar following Aasu office vandalization

GUWAHATI, March 8: Tension prevailed in various parts of Assam following Monday’s attack on the office of All Assam Students Union (Aasu) office by a group, which supports the grant of citizenship to Hindu Bengalis from Bangladesh. On Monday, members ...Read More

Assam: Woman reunites with family after 16 years!

Dehradun MAR 8: A woman from Assam living at a shelter home here has been reunited with her family after a gap of sixteen years after a video was posted on social networking sites in an attempt to locate her ...Read More