Paris Aftermath:Eagles of Death Metal release statement

Paris Aftermath:Eagles of Death Metal release statement

Eagles of Death Metal, the band on stage at Le Bataclan in Paris when terrorists stormed the venue, have released their first statement in wake of the attacks that claimed the lives of many in the venue including the band’s merch manager Nick Alexander and several record company employees. The band notes that they are […]

5 NE actresses who made it big in Bollywood

5 NE actresses who made it big in Bollywood

  LIN LAISHRAM – MANIPUR Lin Laishram is an actress and model, born in Manipur. She recently played Mary Kom’s childhood friend and a boxer in the film ‘Mary Kom’. Some sources say that she even auditioned for the lead role in the movie. Lin is a Sophia College graduate. She worked in Naseeruddin Shah’s […]

Annual Media training programme launched

Annual Media training programme launched

TNT – The Northeast Today celebrated National Press Day in it’s own special way by partnering with the School of Media, Arts and Design, University of Westminster, London to launch an annual media training programme in Shillong. The programme titled “Reporting from India’s Northeast in the Digital Age: Challenges and Opportunities” makes a serious investment […]

Annual Media Training Programme

Annual Media Training Programme

TNT-The Northeast Today in collaboration with the School of Media, Arts and Design, University of Westminster, London, the English and Foreign Languages University, Shillong (EFLU) and Reachout Foundation India warmly invites you to a two day programme of events in the run up to the India launch of an annual media training programme: REPORTING FROM INDIA’S NORTH-EAST […]

Is Shillong really a tourist’s paradise?

Is Shillong really a tourist’s paradise?

Meghalaya has witnessed a boost in tourism in 2015 thanks to the organisation of a wide range of events ranging from the Sohra Cherrapunjee Marathon and Bacardi NH7 Weekender, to the recently concluded Indigenous Terra Madre Slow Food festival which saw a huge attendance possible in thousands that included over 600 international delegates. On the […]

Facilitating high quality learning for the visually impaired

Facilitating high quality learning for the visually impaired

Nidhi Arora   I first heard of Namchi Blind School in 1999- 2000 – on one of the first trips to Sikkim. But I finally visited the school only in 2012 or thereabouts.  I was amazed by the enthusiasm of the students. Normally, when we work with a school in a small town or village, […]