TNT IMPACT: Shillong’s women rag pickers, ‘Merry Maidens’ finally gain the spotlight they deserve!

TNT IMPACT: Shillong’s women rag pickers, ‘Merry Maidens’ finally gain the spotlight they deserve!

By Daphilabet Buhphang | Shillong, December 24, 2017 “Success is not always about greatness. It is about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come”– – Dwayne Johnson Christmas is all the more wonderful this year with the success story of Shillong’s 28 Merry Maidens. In the beginning, they were just rag pickers […]

Northeast India reacts strongly to unprovoked violence against Christians in Madhya Pradesh!

Northeast India reacts strongly to unprovoked violence against Christians in Madhya Pradesh!

By Shweta Raj Kanwar SHILLONG | DECEMBER 15, 2017 The December 14 incident of unprovoked violence against Catholic Priests and Seminerians in Satna in the Central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh has attracted condemnation from all sections of society, especially in Northeast India. Director of Social Communication, Maio Diocese, Arunachal Pradesh Father Felix Anthony in a […]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Hornbill, a festival of rich culture amidst crumbling infrastructure; Where is CHANGE?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR- Hornbill, a festival of rich culture amidst crumbling infrastructure; Where is CHANGE?

KOHIMA, December 15, 2017 To The Editor TNT- the Northeast Today Respected Editor, I would like to draw the people’s attention to the fact that amidst crumbling infrastructure and political instability,  the Hornbill festival was marked with great success with visitors and organizers on a frenzy mode. Hornbill festival that began from December 1 was held […]

DID YOU KNOW- 2017 can be considered as the worst year for Journalists!

"Journalists are being targeted for only being journalists and performing their job professionally" - BAHER MOHAMED, AL JAZEERA JOURNALIST

DID YOU KNOW- 2017 can be considered as the worst year for Journalists!

By SHWETA RAJ KANWAR | December 14, 2017 As 2017 draws to a close, it does good to retrospect on the events and happenings before the curtain covers them up forever. The year 2017 has seen a spate of journalist killings and even them being jailed, not only in India but all over the world! […]

From Arunachal’s muddy Siang River to Sikkim’s Doklam- China’s psychological invasion of India

The issue is not only about military preparedness, it is also about psychological readiness- How ready are the masses to face an invasion?

From Arunachal’s muddy Siang River to Sikkim’s Doklam- China’s psychological invasion of India

By SHWETA RAJ KANWAR | December 7, 2017 China’s affair with the Indian territory or territories to be precise has always been a bone of contention that hardly makes us not believe in the once very popular phrase, ‘Hindi-Chini Bhai Bhai’. Well, at least in this case, the two ‘so-called’ brothers do not seem to […]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pathetic condition of small tea growers in Assam

The present cost of production across Tinsukia is more than the per kg price of Green Tea Leaves,which is Rs 7.5. If this is the case than how can small tea growers accept anything below the cost of production?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pathetic condition of small tea growers in Assam

Date: November 11, 2017 To The Editor TNT- The Northeast Today Respected Editor, In 1823, the British first discovered tea plants in Sadiya and the first tea plantation was started in Chabua near Tinsukia. The present cost of production across Tinsukia is more than the per kg price of Green Tea Leaves,which is Rs 7.5. […]

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pathetic condition of small tea growers in Assam

The present cost of production across Tinsukia is more than the per kg price of Green Tea Leaves,which is Rs 7.5. If this is the case than how can small tea growers accept anything below the cost of production?

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Pathetic condition of small tea growers in Assam

Date: November 11, 2017 To The Editor TNT- The Northeast Today Respected Editor, In 1823, the British first discovered tea plants in Sadiya and the first tea plantation was started in Chabua near Tinsukia. The present cost of production across Tinsukia is more than the per kg price of Green Tea Leaves,which is Rs 7.5. […]