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Forum for Naga Reconciliation pleads for ‘one decisive push’

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Says failure to implement ‘Naga Concordant’ and ‘Lenten Agreement’ has brought reconciliation to premature halt Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has made an impassioned appeal to the Naga people – young and old, men and women, rich and poor to give Naga reconciliation one decisive push ‘no matter how tedious […]

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NTC welcomes New Delhi’s reported invitation to 6 NNPGs

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Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) has attributed the reported decision of New Delhi to “invite the working committee” representing 6 Naga national political groups (NNPGs) “to political negotiation on equal footing” to ‘God Jehovah, the God of Nagas’ who – according to the organisation – had ‘prepared the mind of government […]

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Swaraj attacks Pakistan at UN; calls it ‘world’s greatest exporter of havoc’

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United Nations, Sep. 23 (PTI): Hitting out at Pakistan for creating terror groups like LeT, JeM, Hizbul Mujahideen and the Haqqani Network, India today asked Pakistani leaders to introspect as to why their country is infamous as the “pre- eminent export factory for terror”. In her address to the 72nd UN General Assembly session, External […]

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Angela Merkel seeks fourth stint as Germany heads for polls

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Berlin, Sep. 24 (AP/PTI): Chancellor Angela Merkel was widely expected to win a fourth term in office as Germans went to the polls today in an election that is also likely to see the farthest right-wing party in 60 years, the anti-migrant Alternative for Germany, win seats in parliament. Merkel campaigned on her record as […]

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Bangladesh imposes mobile phone ban on Rohingyas

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Dhaka, Sep. 24 (AFP/PTI): Bangladesh has banned telecommunication companies from selling mobile phone connections to Rohingya refugees, citing security concerns for the latest restrictions, officials said today. Bangladesh’s four mobile phone providers were threatened with fines if they provide any of the nearly 430,000 newly arrived refugees from Myanmar with phone plans while the ban […]

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‘Security key to NE economic growth’

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Our Correspondent Kohima, Sep. 23 (EMN): While stating that the Northeast region is the gateway to India for Southeast Asian countries, the chief representative of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) India, Takema Sakamoto Saturday underscored the need to improve security challenges in the NE region in order to facilitate intra-regional connectivity in this part of […]

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Kevichusa foundation introduces citizenship award

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First lecture in honour of slain journalist Chalie Kevichusa held    Staff Reporter Dimapur, Sep.23 (EMN): The founder and director of Mother’s Hope, Moamenla Jamir was the recipient of the first ‘A Kevichusa Citizenship Award’ – introduced on Saturday by family of the latter. She was given the award for ‘her philanthropic and selfless contribution […]

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Therie says Nagaland ‘deficit balance’ is Rs. 2500 Cr.

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Dimapur, Sep. 23 (EMN): The president of Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC), and one-time finance minister under NPF-I, K Therie has claimed that the state’s negative closing balance for this fiscal year would be Rs. 2500 crore, and not the “admitted deficit” of Rs. 1500 crore. This was stated in a press release issued by […]

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Fire renders 27 families homeless in Dimapur

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Staff Reporter Dimapur, Sep. 23 (EMN): At least 27 thatch houses were razed to ashes in an inferno that broke out at K Sachu colony, Dimapur on Saturday. As per information from the Dimapur fire department, they received call around 12 pm on Saturday informing of the fire. It took around an hour and half […]

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Tuli violence is despicable, says student body championing clean elections

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Dimapur, Sep. 23 (EMN): The Langpangkong Students’ Conference has condemned what it stated was “reprehensible act of some irresponsible persons” who used ‘cash, arms and ammunition, explosives, and indulged in violence’ on September 19 last at Tuli in contradiction of the principles of clean election. “This despicable act of our own people brought us a […]

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    NVCO seeks street vending statute

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Nagaland Voluntary Consumer Organisation (NVCO) has urged the Nagaland government to ‘adopt’ the Street Vendors (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act of 2014 passed by the Parliament on February 20, 2014. The group issued a press release on Sunday. The press release stated that the ‘central act’ […]

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    NSLSA conducts door-to-door campaign

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): To spread “legal awareness” and to provide assistance “at the doorstep of the rural population,” members of the Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA) organized its second door-to-door campaign. The campaign was conducted with the theme “reach out, someone over there needs you,” a press release stated on Sunday. The programme […]

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    Naga writer participates in Brooklyn Book Festival

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    Kohima, Sep. 24 (EMN): Kohima-based writer Avinuo Kire participated in the 2017 Brooklyn Book Festival representing India at the festival on September 17 at Brooklyn, New York. Brooklyn Book Festival is one of America’s premier literary festivals and one of the largest free literary events in the world, updates on Sunday informed. Kire participated in […]

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    Chakhesang students conduct general session

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Kohima Chakhesang Students’ Union (KCSU) conducted its 56th general session and freshmen conclave on Sep. 23 in Kohima town. The event was conducted with the theme “excel for a cause.’’ Kevileno Epao, OSD for Planning & Coordination of the Evaluation department was the guest speaker; Vezuhu Keyho, principal of Capital […]

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    Zeliang sees hot market for dragon fruit business

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Chief Minister TR Zeliang has advocated plantation of dragon fruits at Mhaikam village and its surrounding areas. He has asserted that the fruit has commercial potential to ‘invigorate the fragile economy of the people of the area,’ a press release from the chief minister’s office stated on Sunday. Addressing a public […]

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    Phek College holds NAAC orientation prog

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Principal and IQAC of Phek Government College, in collaboration with Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, organised a one day NAAC orientation programme on September 19 for the staff and faculty members of Phek Government College. Three resource persons, who were deputed from Kohima Science College, Jotsoma, to mentor the college included Dr. […]

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    Dr. Shurhozelie led NPF finds succour in NCP

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu led NPF party today said the acknowledgement by Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) national secretary cum spokesman, Narendra Verma, for continuing its post-poll alliance should serve as an eye-opener to party rank and file of the NPF as well as the misled group of people at Hotel Legacy, Kohima, […]

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    Yemhi College students sensitised on social media

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Yemhi Memorial College (YMC) has organised a social media awareness seminar cum workshop for the students and faculties with Dilip Kujur, founder and director of Way2Kingdom Media Ministry, as the resource person. In his address, the resource person spoke elaborately on the impact of social media, internet and online games in […]

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    State BNSS attends national convention

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Nagaland unit of the Bhrastachar Nirmulan Sangharsha Samiti (BNSS), anti corruption organisation, led by its president, R Sopu Angami along with 10 member cultural troupe attended the national convention at Latur in Maharastra on September 17 and 18. A monolith tower in honour of the Indian freedom fighters was installed in […]

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    Students’ bodies support ENSF

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    Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): Six students’ unions from Eastern Nagaland has supported the demand of Eastern Nagaland Students’ Federation (ENSF) and reaffirmed to stand with the federation till the justice is delivered. This was decided during an emergency meeting of the Konyak Students’ Union (KSU), Phom Students’ Conference (PSC), Khiamniungan Students’ Union (KSU), Yimchungru Akheru […]

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      Manipur govt. to introduce ‘Night Plaza’

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 24 (EMN): In a move to encourage outdoor activities and provide a recreational space, newly established BJP led government in Manipur is all set to introduce a space of nightlife in Imphal from next month. Christened as ‘Night Plaza’, a permanent feature to provide “a good recreational space” for the people […]

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      Zeliangrong Youth Front opposes creation of new districts

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      Dimapur, Sep.24. (EMN):The Zeliangrong Youth Front has strongly opposed the Manipur Govt. for arbitrarily creating new districts last year without the consent and knowledge of the Zeliangrong and the Naga people who are the ‘owners of their ancestral land’. This was stated in a press release from the Zeliangrong Youth Front Publicity Wing.The districts

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      PMAY-G to be implemented with transparency, Manipur govt. assures

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      Our Correspondent Imphal,Sep. 24 (EMN): Manipur’s Rural Development and Panchayati Raj Minister Thongam Biswajit Singh on Sunday said there is no negligence or delay on the part of the government in Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana-Gramin (PMAY-G) implementation in the State.

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      Union Minister Gohain takes part in NF Railway’s Swachhta Hi Sewa Campaign

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      Dimapur, Sep.24 (EMN): The Union Minister of State for Railways, Rajen Gohain took part in a Shramdaan (physical participation) programme at Guwahati railway station on Sun.Sep.24, 2017. The Minister, accompanied by senior N. F. Railway officials including the General Manager Chahatey Ram, undertook cleaning of station premises as part of the

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      Acclaimed film, theatre personality Abdul Majid dead

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      Guwahati, Sep. 24 (PTI): Veteran Assamese film and theatre personality Abdul Majid died here today following protracted illness, his family said.

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      Overcoming hurdles to give immunisation a shot in Assam’s riverine islands

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      Old Batuli (Assam), Sep. 24 (PTI): No motorable roads, no electricity and two hours away by boat… But health workers say these are not the most difficult challenges they face while carrying out the immunisation drive in Old Batuli, surrounded by the swirling waters of the Brahmaputra.

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      Manipur govt. takes severe measures to prevent illegal entry of migrants — Biren

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 23(EMN): Manipur Chief Minister N Biren said the state government has taken up stringent measures to prevent entry of illegal migrants across the border areas. “The State government has already issued an alert to strengthen security along Indo-Myanmar border to prevent the influx of the Rohingya and other illegal migrants” says […]

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      MKCSYA organises sports meet and cultural exchange

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      Our Correspondent Maram, Sep. 23 (EMN): The 32nd edition of Maram Khullen Circle Youths’ & Students’ Association (MKCSYA) sponsored sports meet cum cultural exchange was kick-started on Saturday at N Raisung Ground, Maram Bazar, 80 km north of Imphal in Manipur’s Senapati district.

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      Tripura tense, Press Council seeks report on journalist’s killing

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      Agartala, Sep 23 (IANS) :The Press Council of India (PCI) on Saturday sought a report from the Tripura government on the killing of a TV journalist on Wednesday, while several media organisations have demanded a CBI probe into the murder. During mob violence Shantanu Bhowmik, a 28-year-old journalist, was brutally killed allegedly by tribal-based party […]

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      M’laya govt. issues order on dumping of demolition waste

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      Shillong, Sep. 22 (PTI): Meghalaya government today issued orders against unregulated dumping of construction and demolition wastes in the open spaces and drains.

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        Violence in BHU: Students, journalists injured

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        Varanasi/Lucknow, Sep. 24 (PTI): A number of students, including women, and two journalists were injured in lathicharge by the police in the Banaras Hindu University (BHU) which witnessed violence last night, in an ugly turn to a protest against an alleged eve-teasing incident. In the wake of the violence, the university has announced “holidays” from […]

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        BHU lathicharge: Rahul takes dig at BJP’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao drive

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        New Delhi, Sep. 24 (PTI): Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi today slammed the BJP over the police lathicharge on girl students of the Benaras Hindu University in the party- ruled Uttar Pradesh, saying it was their version of “Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao”. A number of students, including women, and two journalists were injured in the […]

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        Nation news in brief

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        Two electrocuted to death, one hurt in UP village Muzaffarnagar, Sep. 24 (PTI): Two men were killed while another was injured in a village near here after being electrocuted by a fencing wire installed in the fields to prevent the cattle from destroying the crop. Two men, aged 25 and 24, were killed while another […]

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        ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme is for reflecting people’s views — PM

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        New Delhi, Sep. 24 (PTI): Answering his critics, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said he uses his monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ to reflect the views and aspirations of the people of the country rather than expressing his own opinions. He said he had kept this three-year-old programme away from politics and had tried […]

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        PM’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ a ‘one sided’ communication: Congress

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        New Delhi, Sep. 24 (PTI): The Congress said today that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio programme ‘Mann Ki Baat’ was a “one-sided” communication in which he did not speak on important issues such as the police action on BHU students, unemployment and high fuel prices. The Congress’s criticism came hours after Modi, in the […]

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        Govts urged to adopt roadmap to resolve Rohingya crisis

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        Kochi, Sep. 24 (PTI): Left parties from South Asian countries today urged the international community, including the governments of India, Myanmar, Bangladesh and Nepal, to adopt a roadmap to resolve the Rohingya refugee crisis. The parties met at the South Asian Regional Seminar of Communist and Left parties here as the Rohingya Muslims flee from […]

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        Fresh violence in Darjeeling hills, car torched

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        Darjeeling, Sep. 24 (IANS): Incidents of fresh violence rocked West Bengal’s Darjeeling hills on Sunday as a vehicle on way to Lebong area in the district was set ablaze allegedly by Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) activists, police said. “A vehicle moving from Darjeeling to Lebong was vandalised and torched by pro-shutdown GJM activists on Sunday […]

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        Five injured as portion of bridge collapses in Odisha

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        Sambalpur (Odisha), Sep. 24 (PTI): At least five workers were injured when a portion of an under-construction bridge over a river collapsed in Odisha’s Bargarh district today, a fortnight after a similar incident in Bhubaneswar left one person dead. The accident took place when a slab of the bridge, being constructed over river Jeera in […]

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        Opp. flay AIADMK over ‘lies’ on Jaya’s health; seek CBI probe

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        Chennai, Sep. 24 (PTI): Opposition parties led by the DMK today pressed for a CBI probe into the death of former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa, citing a state minister’s recent remarks that AIADMK leaders “lied” about Jayalalithaa’s health during her hospitalisation last year. The opposition called for “unravelling the mystery” behind the death […]

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        Afraid of Sasikala, we lied about Jaya’s health — TN minister

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        Madurai/Kodagu (KTK), Sep. 23 (PTI): Senior Tamil Nadu minister and AIADMK leader Dindigul Srinivasan has claimed that afraid of Sasikala, party leaders lied about Jayalalithaa’s health last year so that people believe that she was improving. No one was allowed to meet the late chief minister. Whoever came, would be briefed by Sasikala’s relatives that […]

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          Mexico quake toll rises to 305

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          Mexico City, Sep. 24 (IANS): The toll from the devastating September 19 earthquake in Mexico has risen to 305, national Civil Protection Coordinator Luis Felipe Puente has said. In an update of the number of deaths left by the magnitude 7 quake, Puente on Saturday specified that Mexico City had 167 fatalities, Morelos had 73 […]

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          Int’l community must call on India to halt aggressive acts — Pakistan

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          United Nations, Sep. 24 (PTI): Pakistan today accused India of adopting a posture of that of a “predator” and said if the international community wishes to avoid a dangerous escalation between the two neighbours, it must call on New Delhi to halt its provocations and aggressive actions. Terming India as the “mother of terrorism” in […]

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          New Mexico tremor kills four, halts rescue operations

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          Mexico City, Sep. 24 (IANS): Four persons died as a result of a magnitude-6.1 aftershock that caused alarm in Mexico on Saturday, four days after a magnitude-7.1 earthquake left at least 305 dead. Two women died of a heart attack in Mexico City after a seismic alert system was activated by the temblor, Efe news […]

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          Trump travel ban expires; new restrictions expected

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          Washington, Sep. 24 (PTI/AP): President Donald Trump is expected to announce new restrictions on travel to the United States as his ban on visitors from six Muslim-majority countries expires today, 90 days after it went into effect. The Department of Homeland Security has recommended the president sign off on new, more targeted restrictions on foreign […]

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          Trump warns North Korea; says ‘’they won’t be around much longer’’

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          New York, Sep. 24 (PTI): US President Donald Trump has warned North Korea, saying if the country’s foreign minister was echoing thoughts of his supreme leader Kim Jong-Un in his threatening speech at the UN, “they won’t be around much longer.” North Korea’s Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho yesterday attacked Trump at the UN General […]

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          UK restaurant jobs unfilled as EU workers leave

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          London, Sep. 24 (PTI/AFP): As EU nationals leave Britain in ever greater numbers ahead of Brexit, restaurants like pizzeria chain Franco Manca are reporting shortages that could spell trouble for a sector that relies on immigrant labour. The number of EU nationals leaving Britain, most of them from central Europe, rose by 33,000 to 122,000 […]

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          Iran’s new missile can reach Israel: Trump

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          Washington, Sep. 24 (IANS): US President Donald Trump has warned that the new ballistic missile “successfully” tested by Iran may be able to reach Israel. “Iran just test-fired a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel. They are also working with North Korea.” Trump tweeted on Saturday. “Not much of an agreement we have!” the President […]

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          470,000 Rohingyas in need of shelter in B’desh — UN

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          Dhaka, Sep. 24 (IANS): At least 470,000 Rohingyas are in need of shelter in refugee camps in Bangladesh, the UN office in the south Asian country said on Sunday. According to a report by the UN’s Inter Sector Coordination Group, the total number of refugees who have arrived since August 25 has climbed to 436,000, […]

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          May’s top ministers plotted to oust her — Book

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          London, Sep. 24 (PTI): British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a plot from her senior cabinet ministers to oust her in the immediate aftermath of the June general election that saw the Conservative party lose its overall majority in Parliament, a new book has claimed. The four most senior figures in her Cabinet Chancellor Philip […]

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          International community must call on India to halt aggressive acts Pak

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          United Nations, Sep. 24 (PTI): Pakistan today accused India of adopting a posture of that of a “predator” and said if the international community wishes to avoid a dangerous escalation between the two neighbours, it must call on New Delhi to halt its provocations and aggressive actions. Terming India as the “mother of terrorism” in […]

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            Seann William Scott didn’t plan career in comedy

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            Actor Seann William Scott has starred in all six instalments of the hit franchise “American Pie”, but comedy was not the genre he was looking for. Scott, 40, shot to fame as Steven Stifler in the franchise which took off in 1999. But he says he never thought about doing comedy and that he just […]

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            ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ will be a balanced film: Mehta

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            Director Hansal Mehta, who is writing the film adaptation of “The Accidental Prime Minister”, says the movie will have a balanced account of Dr Manmohan Singh’s stint as the prime minister. The movie is based on the book of the same name written by Singh’s former media adviser Sanjaya Baru. Filmmakers often face trouble from […]

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            For now, no Chetan Bhagat books, FB post writing course in DU syllabus

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            The proposal by Delhi University’s English department to include author Chetan Bhagat’s novels in the literature curriculum and introduce a course on writing Facebook posts has hit a roadblock following opposition from teachers of various colleges. The university has decided to put the proposal on hold and formed a review committee to recommend if it […]

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            I never perform thinking about awards: Raghubir Yadav

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            “Newton” may be his sixth movie to be selected as India’s official entry to the Oscars, but veteran theatre-film actor Raghubir Yadav says awards are not his priority and doing good cinema has always been his focus. In a career spanning over three decades, Yadav has been a part of six films that were sent […]

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            Priyanka Chopra had ‘best time’ hosting Global Citizen Festival

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            Actress Priyanka Chopra hosted the Global Citizen Festival wearing a floral dress and matching boots and shared backstage moments with celebrities like Freida Pinto, Demi Lovato and Lupita Nyong’o. Clad in a red, white and black floral mini shift dress with thigh high boots in the same print, Priyanka, 35, was excited about the festival. […]

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            Margot Robbie wants fiery end to Harley Quinn

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            Actress Margot Robbie wants to see the relationship between her character Harley Quinn and actor Jared Leto’s Joker “end in flames”. “Their love story has to end in flames! It has to, it just wouldn’t be right,” Quinn told BANG Showbiz, reports femalefirst.co.uk. The actress previously said that she hopes the spin-off would be a […]

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            Miss Turkey 2017 stripped of her crown over coup tweet

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            The winner of Miss Turkey 2017 has been stripped of her crown after one of her past tweets came to light. Itir Esen, 18, had shared a post referencing last year’s coup attempt, comparing her menstrual cycle to the spilt blood of “martyrs”, BBC reported on Friday. The competition’s organisers said the tweet was “unacceptable” […]

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            ‘Dangal’ becomes highest grossing B’wood film in Hong Kong

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            Bollywood superstar Aamir Khans sports drama film “Dangal” is continuing its victory march at the box office worldwide and has become the highest grossing Bollywood film in Hong Kong with a collection of 23.45 million Hong Kong dollars. As confirmed by the film’s spokesperson, “Dangal” has crossed the lifetime collection of Aamir’s 2009 film “3 […]

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            I can’t wait to teach Nisha so many things, says Sunny Leone

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            Sunny Leone and her husband Daniel Weber surprised everyone when they announced that they have adopted a baby girl from Latur. The Indo-Canadian actress says she is enjoying every second of her time with her daughter, and can’t wait to show her the entire world and teach her so many things. The news about adoption […]

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            Hiddleston surprised by his long stint in ‘Thor’ franchise

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            Actor Tom Hiddleston is surprised that he is still playing Loki in “Thor” film franchise, and says it is a huge responsibility to find new sides of the fictional character with every outing. “Every time I play Loki, the challenge is to find new ways of playing him,” Hiddleston said in a statement. “It is […]

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              India beat the Aussies by 5 wkts to clinch ODI series; grab no. 1 spot

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              Indore, Sep. 24 (PTI): All-rounder Hardik Pandya rose to the occasion yet again with a fluent 78-run knock as India registered a comfortable five-wicket win over Australia in the third ODI to grab the number one spot, here today. Chasing 294 for a win, India overhauled the target with 13 balls to spare in front […]

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              51 teams confirm participation in 18th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy

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              Kohima, Sep. 24 (EMN): Altogether 50 teams from two states – Manipur and Nagaland have confirmed participation in the 18th edition martyr students’ memorial soccer championship in Kohima from September 26 to October 21. Christened Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy 2017 is a prestigious football tournament in Nagaland annual organised by Angami Students’ […]

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              Axelsen, Marin claim singles titles at Japan Open

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              Tokyo, Sep. 24 (IANS): Denmark’s reigning world champion Viktor Axelsen and 2016 Olympic champion Carolina Marin of Spain clinched the men’s and women’s singles titles respectively at the $325,000 Japan Open Superseries badminton championships here on Sunday. Third seeded 23-year-old Axelsen fought past Malaysian veteran and three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei 21-14, 19-21, […]

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              East Bengal win record 8th consecutive CFL title

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              Siliguri (West Bengal), Sep. 24 (IANS): East Bengal registered a record-extending eighth consecutive Calcutta Football League (CFL) title by holding Mohun Bagan to a 2-2 draw in a thrilling match at the Kanchenjunga Stadium here on Sunday. East Bengal have won all the CFL titles since 2010. They have a total of 39 CFL titles […]

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              Trudeau , Melania Trump, Prince Harry inaugurate Invictus Games

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              Toronto, Sep. 24 (IANS): Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau along with US First Lady Melania Trump and UK’s Prince Harry inaugurated the Invictus Games for military veterans with disabilities or injuries here. The eight-day event, established in 2014 by Prince Harry, includes over 550 injured soldiers and veterans from 17 countries competing in 12 adaptive […]

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              Ex-Himalaya MTB champion to try his luck again

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              Shimla, Sep. 24 (IANS): Former Himalaya Mountain Biking (MTB) champion Cory Wallace is among the top bikers set to race again in the state’s off-road tracks at the 13th Hero MTB Himalaya this month, event organisers said on Sunday. Other top riders include US’ Thomas Turner, who finished fourth in 2016, Spain’s Pao Zamora, who […]

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              Young shuttler dies during practice at SAI complex

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              Kolkata, Sep. 24 (IANS): An 18-year-old shuttler collapsed and died while practicing at the Sports Authority of India (SAI) complex here, officials said on Sunday. The body of Niharendu Mallick has been sent to a hospital for autopsy, his coach M.M. Samantray said. While practicing with three others, Niharendu collapsed on Saturday and was rushed […]

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              ICC launches probe into Sri Lanka cricket

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              Dubai, Sep. 24 (PTI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) has launched an anti-corruption investigation in Sri Lanka but did not specify if any particular series involving the country is under the scanner. The ICC’s Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) officers had recently visited the country as part of the probe, the world body said in a statement. […]

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              Rider Ito wins 600cc category of Asia Road Racing

              By   14 hours ago

              Chennai, Sep. 24 (IANS): Rider Yuki Ito from Japan came up with a mature ride to snatch a fine win in the premier SuperSports 600cc class as the fifth round of the Asia Road Racing Championship, hosted by the Madras Motor Sports Club, concluded at the MMRT track here on Sunday. After chasing front-runner Md […]

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              Wolfsburg hold Bayern in German Bundesliga

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              Munich, Sep. 23 (IANS): Bayern Munich squandered a two-goal lead and shared the spoils with Wolfsburg following a 2-2 draw in their Bundesliga clash here. Bayern gave away a two-goal advantage after half time as second-half goals from Maximilian Arnold and Daniel Didavi secured the visitors a draw at the defending Bundesliga champions late on […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Renbithung Ngullie

                By   3 days ago

                Renbithung Ngullie a young upcoming indie electronic producer from Wokha, Nagaland is an artist to look out for with his unique blend of music, especially for EDM genre enthusiasts. Drawing inspirations from Getter and Excesion, Lowly Palace, The Chainsmokers, and Marshmello, this 19-year old student of BCA from NIELIT institution Merima is tech savvy and […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Tutu Terhuja

                By   1 week ago

                The talented Tutu Terhuja currently pursuing her BA at Kohima College started her musical career in the year 2014. She credits her family as the force behind her dream of singing. She grew up listening to Abba, Elvis Presley,  Homecoming friends and later Adele, referring to herself as an “old soul” her music focuses beyond […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Atsho-Ü Thele

                By   2 weeks ago

                Meet Atsho-Ü Thele who is also known by her stage name Gigi Ale, a rookie in the music industry who has already made her presence felt with her enthralling voice and her first original debut music video “Drowning” produced by Richa Productions. Introduced to music by her parents who are equal music enthusiasts, Ale takes […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Coalesce

                By   3 weeks ago

                ‘ Coalesce’, formed just a few months back is a four member metal band based in Kohima, they all grew up listening to world class heavy metal bands like Iron Maiden, Dio, Metallica and Nightwish to name a few. With the formation of ‘ Coalesce’, the band wishes to bring metal back to the present […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kimatsung Jamir

                By   1 month ago

                Kimatsung Jamir, has been long known for his presence on ‘The Stage’ Season 1 the first ever English singing reality show which is aired on Colors Infinity. Not a new face in the showbiz, the gifted lad is still remembered for his soulful performance on Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’ on ‘The Stage’. To his […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sarlongki Beh

                By   1 month ago

                Meet Serlongki Beh an emerging young pop star in Karbi Anglong District. Born and brought up in Vo-Thatlangso, in West Karbi Anglong District, he was one of the finalists in ‘You know you got it’ Session-I show held at Dimapur in 2015. Sarlongki Beh completed his higher secondary and Graduation from St. Peter and St. […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with LC Sekhose

                By   2 months ago

                LC Sekhose with a dream of serving started his musical journey in the year 2009 when he wrote his first line during his high school days. He is one of the very few upcoming rappers of Nagaland who wishes to glorify the Lord through his raps. His debut “Forever” written and composed by himself talks […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kekhrie Ringa

                By   2 months ago

                 Meet Kekhrie Ringa, the girl with a soulful voice who has created a niche for herself in the music industry. In today’s ‘Rhythm of Love’ the soulful Singer talks us through her musical journey while she gets upfront with her take on the music industry in the state.

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Neivizonuo Pienyii

                By   2 months ago

                Neivizonuo Pienyii a participant at Kids For Fame Season 4 aims to lead the people through gospel music. The artist credits Mengu Suokhrie for her achievements through whom she took vocal and conducting training for three years. A singing enthusiast since the age of 11 Neivizonuo is presently perusing her theological studies at Faith Theological […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with The Great Decade

                By   2 months ago

                When four different musically gifted lads from diverse musical backgrounds and influences join forces, it is guaranteed to produce a cacophony of an uncanny nature. This is what happened when Apang Aier(vox), Senti Longkumer(Guitar), Tongpang Jamir(Bass) and Anok Pongen(drums) came together under the banner , “THE GREAT DECADE” (TGD) and try blending in their various […]

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