Daily Archives: 18 June

Nagaland: Tribal Body demands Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe into Pillai’s unaccounted wealth

Kohima, June 18: The Naga Hoho, the apex body of all Naga tribes of Nagaland, on Sunday demanded a Special Investigation Team (SIT) probe over the alleged unaccounted wealth of former state police official M.K.R. Pillai. "We appealed to the state ...Read More

Meghalaya: MeECL yet to solve power problem in Garo Hills for over month and a half

Tura, Jun 18, 2017: Rari Village in Garo Hills has been in the darkness for over a month and a half with no electricity whatsoever. The Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) is yet to resolve the issue despite continued interventions of United Democratic ...Read More

Meghalaya Landslide Update: 38 Hrs Rescue Operations Ends, Final Death Toll at Five

Umiam, June, 18, 2017:  The rescue operations of the State Disaster Response Force (SDRF) at the landslide at Tharia, Ri Bhoi District has come to an end with the recovery of the body of the fifth victim today in the ...Read More

CRICKET: Pakistan sets mammoth target of 338 for India

June 18, 2017:Its an all for grabs as both rivals strive to lift the title for a record third time as India led by Virat Kohli vs. face Sarfraz Ahmed-led Pakistan  battle it out at the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. ...Read More

Nagaland: Kohima to restore back its glory in football, new league launched!

Kohima, June 18, 2017: Kohima Football League 2017 was launched Saturday at Kohima with an aim to provide opportunity to the talented footballers of the state. The league is being organised by Kohima Town Club (KTC) and registered with Kohima ...Read More

Manipur: A forgotten World War II battle through memoirs of an upcoming museum

Arambam Angabam Singh is willing to take a wide-angled view of history, and make allowances for lapses in memory, but only up to a point. An engineer by training, and a dedicated history buff for more than 10 years, he ...Read More

‘Black Sunday’ observed in Darjeeling by GJM over demise of supporters

Kolkata, June 18 : Thousands of protesters took out massive rallies on the streets in Darjeeling on Sunday amid tight security and army patrols to observe the Gorkha Janamukti Morcha's 'black day' to protest the death of three Morcha activists in ...Read More

Here is why Northeast Indian residents must have Earthquake Survival Kits at home!

Storing emergency supplies at home for your home is an essential part of keeping you and your family safe in times of emergency. Given the fact that Northeast India lies upon high seismic activity zone, following a catastrophic disaster in ...Read More

Manipur: Wushu National player killed in road mishap!

June 18, 2017: In an unfortunate road mishap, a wushu national player, who had represented the state in many competitions, has been reportedly killed. He is identified as Shijagurumayum Rishikanta Sharma (17), son of Sh Nilamani of Khurai Thangjam Leikai ...Read More