Daily Archives: 2 April

Meghalaya: Teacher crushed to death by herd of elephants in Garo Hills; No end to man-animal conflict!

Tura, Apr 1: There seems to be no end to cases of man-animal conflict as lives continue to be lost in this unending and unresolved issue.  A Hindi teacher, who was returning from Tikrikilla in West Garo Hills was trampled ...Read More

Nagaland: Indo-Naga talks on the verge of conclusion; NSCN (IM) in New Delhi to resume talks!

DIMAPUR, APRIL 1 : The NSCN (IM) collective leadership led by Ato Kilonser Th Muivah and Vice President Gen (Retd) Kholi and talk team members left for Delhi to resume the Indo-Naga political talks. The NSCN (IM) collective leadership was ...Read More

Assam’s Namami Brahmaputra River festival: Tentative Schedule and FAQs

Guwahati, March 30: Namami Brahmaputra is the biggest River Festival of India. This festival to be organized across 21 districts in Assam from March 31-April 4, 2017. To pay fitting tribute to the river’s life-giving prosperity and countless blessings, a ...Read More

When Love Actually Kills- Love kills 6 times more Indians than terror attacks!

Terror casualties may make more headlines but in the past 15 years alone, love has killed more people than terror attacks. Between 2001 and 2015, love was the officially recorded reason for 38,585 murders and culpable homicide cases. Government records ...Read More

Assam: The legend behind one of Asia’s largest and oldest amphitheaters, Rang Ghar

The Rang Ghar literally translated to ( "House of Entertainment") is known to be  the largest and among  the oldest surviving amphitheaters in Asia. The building was constructed during the reign of Swargadeo by Pramatta Singha in AD 1744-1750. It is ...Read More

Assam: Bangladeshi-Muslim immigrants will be majority in Assam by 2040 if influx continues!

Disclaimer: This article fist appeared in the Sunday Guardian Live written by Abhinandan Mishra. TNT- The Northeast Today has not edited any part of this article.  April 2, 2017: Experts have stated that the complete sealing of Assam’s 272 km border with ...Read More

400 CRPF jawans taken ill after consuming fish curry!

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, April 2: At least 400 jawans attached to the CRPF camp at Pallipuram were taken ill due to suspected food poisoning, the police said. They were admitted to various hospitals in the city following complaints of diarrhoea and vomiting ...Read More