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NDPP legislator Imtikumzuk dies at 51

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Mortal remains to arrive Dimapur at 12 noon; state funeral in Kohima Our Correspondent Kohima, Sep. 22 (EMN): Member of the Nagaland Legislative Assembly and advisor for Excise and Sericulture, Imtikumzuk Longkumer, passed away on September 22 at a hospital in New Delhi. He was 51. He is survived by wife Imkongzenla, one son and […]

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Nagaland House, Kolkata: CMO confident of winning case

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 Dimapur, Sep.22 (EMN):  The chief minister’s establishment has assured that the Nagaland government was pursuing redress for the case, and winning it, involving the lease agreement for the Nagaland commercial complex in Kolkata. The chief minister’s office (CMO) issued statement on Saturday iterating the turn of events that the government called in the outright a […]

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Scholarship funds: ANCSU wants Edu. officers penalized

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Students shocked at financial misappropriation  Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): Shocked that the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has revealed that academic scholarship funds were misused, the All Nagaland College Students Union (ANCSU) has demanded prosecution of officers of the Technical Education directorate. The ANCSU issued a copy of a letter on Saturday addressed to the […]

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‘Nagaland hiding a murky human trafficking story’

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Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): The chief justice of Meghalaya High Court, Mohammad Yaqoob Mir, has said that the issue of human trafficking in Nagaland appears to be unassuming on the surface but a closer look reveals that the menace of human trafficking is taking its root in the state. “With the uneven development between urban […]

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Deserving senior citizens deprived of pension benefits —CAG

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Eastern Mirror Desk Dimapur, Sep. 22: The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has detected anomalies in payment of pension benefits, to citizens of the age 80 years-and-over category, amounting to INR 3.15 crore under the Indira Gandhi National Old Age Pension Scheme (IGNOAPS). The CAG placed the report during the second session of the 13th […]

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IYC stages protest on Rafale issue, seeks PM’s resignation

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New Delhi, Sep. 22 (PTI): Members of the Indian Youth Congress (IYC)Saturday staged protest here against the Centre over the Rafale issue and sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s resignation.

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‘Village Rockstars’ is India’s official entry to Oscars 2019

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Rima Das’ National Award-winning Assamese feature “Village Rockstars” has been chosen to represent India in the Best Foreign Language category at the 91st Academy Awards next year, the Film Federation of India (FFI) announced Saturday. The film follows Dhunu, a girl who grows up in poverty and learns to fend for herself. However, that does […]

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Deadlock between ‘aggrieved’ ad hoc teachers and govt. continues; meeting scheduled for Sep. 25

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    Our Correspondent Kohima, Sep. 21 (EMN): The situation in the state capital Kohima, or at least a part of it became tense on Friday as the issue of regularisation of 1166 grade-III ad hoc teachers resurfaced and the ‘aggrieved’ teachers who wanted to stage a peaceful demonstration at the Civil Secretariat area with […]

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Dimapur NH29 improvement project: Nearly INR 370 cr. sanctioned

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  57 business establishments, private properties to be affected Eastern Mirror Desk Dimapur, Sep. 21: Details concerning the much-delayed ‘improvement of city portion of Dimapur city project’ along the National Highway 29 (NH29) have emerged with documents obtained by Eastern Mirror revealing that nearly INR 370 crore has been sanctioned for the project and dozens […]

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Scholarship funds grossly misused by officials — CAG report

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Eastern Mirror Desk Dimapur, Sep 21: The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has stated in its report on Nagaland state for the year ending March 31, 2017, that it had detected diversion and misappropriation of scholarship funds amounting to INR 1.08 crore under Technical Education Department. The CAG report that was tabled during […]

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    IYC stages protest on Rafale issue, seeks PM’s resignation

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    New Delhi, Sep. 22 (PTI): Members of the Indian Youth Congress (IYC)Saturday staged protest here against the Centre over the Rafale issue and sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s resignation.

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    ‘Surgical Strike Day’ celebrations will create ‘jingoistic atmosphere’— CPI-M

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    New Delhi, Sep. 22 (IANS): The CPI-M on Saturday requested the UGC to withdraw its circular asking universities to celebrate September 29 as the “Surgical Strike Day”, saying it will create a “jingoistic atmosphere” in the country. The circular, issued by the University Grants Commission (UGC) under instruc

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    NDA govt. dares to take decisions others don’t — Modi on triple talaq

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    Bhubaneswar, Sep 22 (IANS): Making a veiled attack on the Congress and other parties accusing them of stalling the triple talaq bill, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that his government dared to take decisions that others were afraid of taking.

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    India made significant advancement to eliminate worst forms of child labour in 2017— US

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    Washington, Sep. 22 (PTI): India is among the only 14 countries to have made significant advancement in efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour in 2017, an official US report said Saturday. “In 2017, India made a significant advancement in efforts to eliminate the worst forms of child labour,” the US Department of […]

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    Pak PM Imran hits out at India, calls its response “arrogant” for cancelling talks

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    Islamabad, Sep. 22 (PTI): India’s decision to cancel the foreign minister-level meeting in New York was “arrogant”, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said Saturday, asserting that he was “disappointed” by the New Delhi’s “negative” response.

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    Aadhaar, Ayodhya and adultery – SC verdicts likely next week

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    New Delhi, Sep. 21 (IANS): The Supreme Court is likely to pronounce next week a spate of judgement including on Aadhaar, Ayodhya and adultery that would have bearings on the right to privacy, politics and social morality. The verdicts on the challenge to the constitutional validity of Aadhaar on the touchstone of it being volatile […]

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    Kerala Catholic bishop arrested over nun’s rape

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    Kochi, Sep. 21 (IANS): After three days of questioning, the Kerala Police on Friday arrested Bishop Franco Mulakkal, who heads the Roman Catholic Diocese in Jalandhar and has been accused of repeatedly raping a nun, police said. This is the first time in the country that a bishop has been arrested for rape. “Given the […]

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    Chidambaram slams govt. for its ‘heavy-handed’ approach towards NPA

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    New Delhi, Sep. 21 (PTI): Senior Congress leader P Chidambaram Friday slammed the Modi government for its banking policy, saying due to its “heavy-handed” approach towards non-performing assets, banks have no money to lend. In a series of tweets, the former finance minister also claimed that though export credit had declined from Rs 39,000 crore […]

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    Activist wants Jet Airways booked for ‘attempted murder’

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    Mumbai, Sep. 21 (IANS): A day after 30 passengers of a Jet Airways flight suffered bleeding through ears and nose, a Mumbai activist on Friday asked the police to book the airline for ‘attempted murder’. Activist Asad Ashraf Patel, who also runs a local newspaper, lodged the complaint with Sahar Police Station through his lawyer, […]

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    Bengal institutions won’t celebrate ‘Surgical Strike Day’

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    Kolkata, Sep. 21 (IANS): Terming the University Grants Commission (UGC)’s circular to celebrate “Surgical Strike Day” on September 29 as “BJP’s gimmick ahead of the elections”, West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Friday said educational institutions in the state will not celebrate the day. The decision to celebrate the Surgical Strike Day was announced […]

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      Gunmen attack Iran military parade, killing at least 24

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      Vatican City, Sep. 22 (PTI/AFP): The Vatican on Saturday announced an historic accord with China on the appointment of bishops in the Communist country in what could pave the way for the normalisation of ties between the Catholic Church and the world’s most populous country.

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      Gunmen attack Iran military parade, killing at least 24

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      Tehran, Sep. 22 (PTI/AP): Gunmen attacked an annual Iranian military parade Saturday in the country’s oil-rich southwest, killing at least 24 people and wounding 53 others, local media reported.

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      UN General Assembly Memorial held for Kofi Annan

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      United Nations, Sep. 22 (IANS): UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said the UN and Kofi Annan (the late former UN secretary-general) were inseparable and it is impossible to say where one ended and the other began.

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      China summons US envoy, protests military sanctions for buying Russian arms

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      Beijing, Sep. 22 (PTI): China on Saturday summoned the US ambassador to lodge an official protest over sanctions imposed by Washington on a Chinese military unit for purchasing advanced fighter jets and missile systems from Russia, according to a media report.

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      Trump admn. tells court decision to revoke work permits to H4 visa holders within three months

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      Washington, Sep. 22 (PTI): The Trump administration has told a federal court that its decision to revoke work permits to H-4 visa users, a significant majority of whom are Indian-Americans, is expected within the next three months, a move which will have a major impact on Indian women as they are the major beneficiary of […]

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      Theresa May demands EU respect in Brexit ‘impasse’

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      London, Sep. 21 (PTI): British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday issued the European Union (EU) with an ultimatum to come up with an alternative plan for Brexit and treat the UK with respect in the negotiations. Her televised statement from Downing Street came after a day of upheavals in Salzburg at Austria, during which […]

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      Woman shoots dead three at US warehouse, commits suicide

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      Aberdeen, Sep. 21 (PTI/AFP): A woman opened fire with a handgun on Thursday at the warehouse where she worked in the eastern US state of Maryland, killing three people and wounding another three in the country’s latest mass shooting, police said. The suspect — a 26-year-old identified as Snochia Moseley — died after shooting herself […]

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      Haley accuses New York Times of releasing an incorrect story

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      Washington, Sep. 21 (PTI): Nikki Haley, the US Ambassador to the UN, on Thursday slammed The New York Times for publishing a wrong story about expensive curtains at her official residence despite knowing the actual facts. Last week the The New York Times alleged that the US State Department spent about USD 52,701 last year […]

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      At least 126 dead in Lake Victoria ferry disaster

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      Nairobi, Sep. 21 (PTI/AFP): The death toll in a ferry capsize in Lake Victoria climbed to 126 on Friday, as Tanzanian rescue workers pressed on with the search to find scores more people feared drowned. The MV Nyerere may have been carrying as many as 200 passengers — double the ferry’s capacity — when it […]

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      Lift sanctions or face consequences: China warns US

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      Beijing, Sep. 21 (IANS): China on Friday asked the US to lift the sanctions on the Chinese military for buying Russian fighter jets and weapons or “bear the consequences.” “China expressed strong indignation towards the unreasonable move by the US and has made solemn representation,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said. He added that […]

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        APCC claims calls by person posing as television journalist traced to BJP office, smells conspiracy

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        Guwahati, Sep. 22 (PTI): Assam Congress claimed on Saturday that it had traced to the BJP head office in Delhi the calls from a person, who posed as a TV news channel journalist, to some of its leaders and alleged it was an attempt by the saffron party “to fabricate fake news” against it. The […]

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        NPP to contest Mizoram Assembly election — James Sangma

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        Aizawl, Sep. 22 (PTI): The National People’s Party (NPP) would contest the Mizoram Assembly election due later this year, party national spokesman James Sangma said Saturday. The NPP is part of the BJP-led NDA at the Centre and is a constituent of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA). In Meghalaya the NPP is the major […]

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        Intensifying operations on terror activities in Assam — DGP

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        Guwahati, Sep. 22 (PTI): Days after the arrest of a Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) operative from Kanpur and subsequent arrests of seven of his associates from the state, the Assam Police has intensified operations on terrorist activities here, Director General of Police Kuladhar Saikia said on Saturday. “The arrest of HM operative Kamar-uz-Zaman from Kanpur, who […]

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        80 Manipur University students arrested; Ibobi appeals unconditional release of students

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        Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 21 (EMN): Eighty students and six professors of the Manipur University were arrested after police stormed the boys hostel early on Friday Sep. 21, following a complaint lodged by the Vice Chancellor’s office. According to inspectors general of Police S Kailun and Clay Khongsai, the police entered the campus at midnight […]

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        PPA suffers blow in Arunachal after 2 more MLAs join Congress

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        Itanagar, Sep. 21 (PTI): In a major setback to the People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA), the lone regional party in the state, its last two MLAs have joined the Congress before the assembly polls due next year. PPA MLAs Takam Pario and Markio Tado joined Congress on Thursday, an Assembly notification said here Friday. With […]

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        Gauhati HC asks owner of ‘Super 30’ to reply to PIL

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        Guwahati, Sep. 21 (PTI): The Gauhati High Court Friday issued a notice to Anand Kumar, founder of the educational programme ‘Super 30’, to reply to a public interest litigation (PIL) filed by four students of IIT-Guwahati. The high court also issued a notice to former Bihar director general of police (DGP) Abhiyanand who had co-founded […]

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        Drug-free Tripura: Security agencies seize drugs worth INR 33 cr.

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        Agartala, Sep. 21 (IANS): In line with the government’s mission to make Tripura a “drug-free state”, various security agencies in the last six months have seized huge quantities of several drugs valued at INR 33 crore, officials said here on Friday. Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a meeting with Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb […]

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        Region news in brief

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        PM Modi to inaugurate Sikkim Airport on Sep. 24 Gangtok, Sep 21 (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the Pakyong Airport in Sikkim on Sep.24, officials said Friday. The Prime Minister will address a public meeting at St. Xavier’s School ground in Pakyong after inaugurating the state’s first airport, the officials said. The Prime Minister […]

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        Manipur govt. to implement Mob Violence Control and Prohibition Bill

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        Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 20 (EMN): Minister for Public Works Thongam Biswajit Singh, who is also the spokesperson of the Manipur government on Thursday said that the Manipur Mob Violence Control and Prohibition Bill will be implemented as an ordinance and efforts are to introduce the bill in the state assembly to pass it as […]

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        Assam leader of opp. welcomes SC decision to admit writ over

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        Guwahati, Sep. 20 (PTI): Assam Leader of Opposition Debabrata Saikia has welcomed Supreme Court’s decision to admit the writ petition which sought its directive to ensure that the standard operating procedure enabled genuine Indian citizens to uphold their citizenship after being omitted from the complete draft NRC.

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          Padma Shri Piyongtemjen felicitated during ‘Hindi Week’

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          Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): Padma Shri Piyongtemjen Jamir, the director of Rastra Bhasa Hindi Teaching Institute, Dimapur was felicitated on the concluding day of the week-long ‘Hindi Week’ at Indian Council of Agricultural Research – National Research Centre (ICAR-NRC) on Mithun, Medziphema. The Padma Shri recipient, who was the chief guest on the concluding day […]

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          World Cancer Free Day observed in Wokha

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          Wokha, Sept. 22 (EMN): The 28 Assam Rifles (AR) Wokha today observed the World Cancer Free Day at Libemo Memorial School Wokha where the RMO Captain Satya Prakash spoke on the effect and cause of cancer to the students and parents of the school. He was accompanied by Adjutant Maj. Neleish Suryanvanshi. Capt. Satya Prakash, […]

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          Tsieramia youths iterate construction of bridge as ordered

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          Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): Objecting, to what it said was, the alleged government’s plan to construct an iron bridge Sanuorü, the Tsieramia Youth Organisation (TYO) on Sat. said that the proposed bridge over Sanuorü river should be constructed as per the specified criteria and that the organisation will not allow any alterations in the work […]

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          GOC 3 Corps teaches social responsibility to Sainik students

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          Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): The The General Officer Commanding (GOC) of 3 Corps, Lieut. Gen. Gopal R, AVSM, SM visited Sainik School Punglwa on Sep. 22 and exhorted the cadets to develop a thirst for knowledge and undertake social responsibility in the future. Speaking at a special assembly programme organised in honour of his visit, […]

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          Acharya on sweeping tour of Kiphire district

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          Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): A meeting to review Kiphire’s status/report on ‘Aspiration District’ and its relief and rehabilitation activities in the aftermath of the recent monsoon emergencies was conducted the Governor Acharya at the deputy commissioner’s conference hall, Kiphire on Friday. The DIPR reported that ‘key departments’ including Health, Education, Public Works (Roads and Bridges) […]

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          ‘Poshan Abhiyaan’ project seeks to reduce stunting from 38.4% to 25% by 2022

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          Eastern Mirror Desk Dimapur, Sep. 22: As part of the ongoing ‘Poshan Maah,’ or ‘Nutritinal Month’ in the state, the director of Social Welfare, T Merangstungba Aier said that 12 departments of the state government have converged together to conduct various programmes to promote and sensitise the community on improving nutritional value to mother and […]

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          Teachers told to ‘ignite minds’

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          Our Correspondent Mokokchung, Sep. 22 (EMN): Teachers were told to create ‘ignited minds’ and help set goals in the life of students during a Parent’s Day Celebration in Mokokchung on September 22.

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          Aser survey 2018 begins in Nagaland

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          Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): A state-level workshop on the annual status of education report (Aser) survey was conducted at the Circuit House in Dimapur from September 16 to 20th, marking the start of Aser 2018 in Nagaland.

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          Fish import from Myanmar can tide shortage in Northeast — Experts

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          Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 22 (EMN): Import of freshwater and sea fish from neighbouring Myanmar with the opening of the India-Myanmar land route last month through Manipur’s Moreh, a commercial border town will help in fulfilling the demand supply gap of fish in North Eastern states, said the trade experts. Convenor R K Shivachandra of […]

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          Manipur to develop Heritage Park soon at Keibul Lamjao

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          Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 22 (EMN): A heritage Park having traditional houses of all the 33 recognised tribes of Manipur would be developed at an estimated cost of RINR 39 Cr. at Keibul Lamjao in Bishnupur district soon. This was disclosed by Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh while speaking at the annual get- together […]

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            NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy kicks off

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            Rising Star Mizoram beat Asufu CI 2-1 in opener Our Correspondent Kohima, Sep. 22 (EMN): Rising Star Mizoram overpowered Asufu Christian Institute (ASI) Manipur 2-1 to win the inaugural match of the 19th NSF Martyrs’ memorial trophy organised by the Angami Students’ Union on Saturday. Playing an 80 minute match, Rising Star started the match […]

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            DFL: A1 Power Play stuns Titans SCC with late comeback; Ekhyo FC see off Chanan FC

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            Eastern Mirror Desk Dimapur, Sep. 22: A1 Power Play came from two goals down to beat Titan SCC at the ongoing Dimapur Football League (DFL) on Sat. Sep. 22 at the DDSC stadium in Dimapur. Two goals on either side of the match from striker David Konyak gave Titan SCC two goals lead and looked […]

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            Giroud and Morata battle for Chelsea starting spot

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            London, Sep. 22 (PTI/AFP): Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has a tough decision to make over whether to pick Alvaro Morata or Olivier Giroud for a testing encounter with West Ham on Sunday. The Stamford Bridge club are top of the Premier League table after five wins out of five but the fixture list has been […]

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            TDFA Cup: Excel Naga FC, 40th AR, Awom FC, and Oziepik FC wins

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            Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): Excel Naga FC, 40th Assam Rifles, Awom FC and Oziepik FC won their respective matches at the ongoing Tuensang District Football Association Cup at the parade ground in Tuensang on Saturday. In the first match, Excel Naga FC blanked Adonis FC 3-0 through Bei in the 17th and 44th minute while […]

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            KTACYA one-day sports meet held

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            Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): The Kohima Town Angami Youth Association (KTACYA) organised a one-day tournament where St.Francis de Sales (SFS) parish bagged the overall champions with 670 points while St.Mary’s Parish, Cathedral finished runners-up with 300 points at St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School ground on Saturday in Kohima. Various disciplines such as penalty-shootout, basketball, volleyball, […]

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            Naga tennis players shine at AITA ranking tournament

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            Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): Two Naga tennis players bagged the runners-up position in the AITA ranking tournament in different categories which was held this month. In an update received here on Saturday, Keneisezotuo Whourie and his partner secured the runners-up title in men’s doubles at Karnal which was held from Sep. 17th till the 21. […]

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            All Nagaland Catholic School games meet held

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            Dimapur, Sep. 22 (EMN): The Commission for Education Diocese of Kohima (CEDOK) organised a two-day games meet for the All Nagaland Catholic Schools from Sep. 20 till the 21 with Carmel Higher Secondary School and St. Joseph’s Higher Secondary School Chumukedima as the host. This was stated in a press note received here on Saturday. […]

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            Vaishali will be India’s first blind chess player at World Chess Olympiad

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            Chennai, Sep. 22 (IANS): Blind chess player Vaishali Narendra Salavkar will become the first Indian female to be part of the International Braille Chess Association (IBCA) team at the world chess Olympiad, starting September 23 at Batumi in Georgia, a top IBCA official said. The IBCA, affiliated to FIDE, sends its teams – open and […]

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            Liverpool coach Klopp backs Salah

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            London, Sep. 22 (IANS): Liverpool’s German coach Jurgen Klopp has backed his Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah, whose form was questioned by some fans. After a record-breaking season, Salah has failed to score since notching the Reds’ winner against Brighton & Hove Albion on August 25 and was partially responsible for Paris Saint Germain’s second goal […]

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            I don’t have to prove anything to anyone – Jadeja

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            Dubai, Sep. 22 (PTI): Ravindra Jadeja kept count of the number of days he was out of India’s One-day squad and once in, he made it count with four wickets, and stated “I don’t have” to prove anything to anyone. The left-arm spinner, who is also a handy bat, returned, in his own words, after […]

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              ‘Village Rockstars’ is India’s official entry to Oscars 2019

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              Rima Das’ National Award-winning Assamese feature “Village Rockstars” has been chosen to represent India in the Best Foreign Language category at the 91st Academy Awards next year, the Film Federation of India (FFI) announced Saturday. The film follows Dhunu, a girl who grows up in poverty and learns to fend for herself. However, that does […]

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              Note Grid’s Soiree Musicale held in Dimapur

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                  The Note Grid School of music and media studio organised its second instalment – Note Grid Soiree Musicale at Christian Higher Secondary School’s auditorium in Dimapur on Sep. 22. The organisers informed that the event was conducted to encourage students. It was with an idea to create a platform where students can expose […]

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              Kylie Jenner gets pulled over by police

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              Reality TV star Kylie Jenner got pulled over by police officials here while celebrating best friend Jordyn Woods’ birthday. The two had been enjoying at a party here to celebrate Jordyn’s 21st birthday. They found their celebrations interrupted on Thursday evening during their car journey home, reports mirror.co.uk. Jordyn documented the night on Instagram which […]

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              I only told my diary: Judd on being raped

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              Actress Ashley Judd says when she was raped at 15, she only told her diary. Celebrities have come together to share their stories of sexual assault and the struggle many victims face in reporting such crimes. One of them was Judd, who tweeted on Friday: “#WhyIDidntReport. The first time it happened, I was 7. I […]

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              Gigi Hadid suffers wardrobe malfunction

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              Model Gigi Hadid suffered a wardrobe malfunction here as she flashed her bra while stepping out. The 23-year-old gave onlookers an eyeful of her cleavage as she got out of her car in a printed shirt that was unbuttoned on Friday, reports dailymail.co.uk. She paired her bold and bright shirt with a pair of ripped […]

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              Case filed against Salman Khan, ‘Love Yatri’ team in Bihar

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              A case has been lodged against Bollywood actor-producer Salman Khan and others associated with his upcoming home production “Love Yatri”, which was earlier titled “Loveratri”, in Bihars Muzaffarpur district following the order of the local court, police said on Saturday. “An FIR was lodged on Friday against Salman Khan and six others including Aayush Sharma, […]

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              Screening of short film ‘Jarem’ held in Dimapur

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              A short film titled ‘Jarem’ directed by Bendang Walling under OffOn Productions was screened at the Europa Inn in Dimapur on Sep. 21. The film has been adapted from a book by Sentilong Ozukum called ‘Sincerely Yours’ and the screening saw scores of people attending it. Moa Walling, chairman and Managing director of MW Enterprise […]

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              ‘Love Sonia’ to be screened at UN

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              “Love Sonia”, a film about sex trafficking, will be showcased at the UN, marking its first screening in the US. The movie will be screened at UN in New York on October 11, the International Day of the Girl Child. The screening will be hosted by the UN Office for Drugs and Crime and Indian […]

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              ‘Equalizer 2’: An enjoyable vigilante film despite mediocrity

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              Film: “Equalizer 2”; Director: Antoine Fuqua; Cast: Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, Ashton Sanders, Bill Pullman, Melissa Leo, Jonathan Scarfe, Orson Bean This vigilante film is a sequel to the 2014 released The Equalizer which was originally based on the 1980s Television serial with the same name. It is about a retired CIA agent Robert McCall, […]

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              ‘A Star is Born’ gets India release date

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              Actors Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga starrer “A Star is Born” will release in India on October 12. Warner Bros Pictures is bringing the film to India. It will release in English, read a statement to IANS. Cooper has expanded his creative horizons and will be making his directional debut with “A Star Is Born”. […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Keyi Zeliang

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                    Keyi Zeliang, is a gospel singer from Dimapur who started singing at a very young age. Keyi Zeliang  who mostly performs with her ukulele is an active YouTuber  and uploads only secular songs but has plans to make her page a gospel one in days to come. Keyi says, she was also invited […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Thunglamo Ngullie

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                          Thunglamo Ngullie is remembered as one of finalists and runner-up of “Naga Idol 2012”. He is a member of Zowe Madrigal and a Vocal teacher at Musik-A, The Institute for Music Education, Pilgrim school and Octet school of Music and Milestone. With his soulful voice, Ngullie firmly believes in touching […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with J. Yang

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                  Who said 18 years is too early an age for one to follow a dream? J. Yang a 12th standard student of Patkai Higher Secondary School, Dimapur has already set a dream on what he wants to become. The young musician who grew up performing in churches, weddings, local concerts and various school events […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Mengulhoulie Mepfuo

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                    Before the current young breed of ‘well known’ Nagas musicians, there were legends much bigger and storied. Like Mengulhoulie Mepfuo, or more popularly “Raj.”  Veterans and forerunners of rock and metal in Nagaland will know “the Raj.” Mengulhoulie Mepfuo is an accomplished musician, a veteran rocker and one of those Nagas who were […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dohan Yimchunger

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                  Dohan Yimchunger is a Bachelor’s degree student at the Salesian College of Higher Education in Dimapur. The student has a debut, a single called ‘One Day.’ He has no formal training in music, but the church has played a vital role in providing him with opportunities to hone his passion and discover his love […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Toshi Kip’s Yimchunger

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                  Toshi Kip’s Yimchunger, a student of MGM College in Dimapur, is a young musician with a number of songs written and ready for breakthrough. Although he is yet to release the songs and launch himself into the music scene, he is determined to take his passion higher. The young lad says to launch his […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Tsali Stm

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                    Tsali Stm, a commerce graduate from St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, is a young musician whose musical journey started at school where he was a guitarist of a band ‘The Magic Bean.’ The band was a finalist of the ‘The Battle of the bands’ in 2014. Here, Tsali Stm speaks about how he fell […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yanger Imchen

                By   2 months ago

                  Yanger Imchen is a self-taught Christian artist who has been in the local music scene for more than a decade. It was only recently though that he released a debut single “Fly,” officially announcing himself in the state’s musical hubris. Imchen found a love and passion for music when he committed his life to […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dream Magnificent

                By   2 months ago

                Dream Magnificent is a Christian band from Nagaland. The members share similar interests and musical vision. The band was formed on July 22 the previous year. They aim to spread the message of the goodness of God. The band comprises Kukhoto Ringa, Pututemjen Tzudir, Langshie Shiu, and Posa Kezo. Their debut ‘Chosen One’ is all […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with John Mpamei

                By   2 months ago

                John Mpamei from Tamenglong, Manipur currently working in Doha, Qatar has had exciting music experiences. Since the age of six Mpamei has been into music with his father as his major musical influence. He debuted with a band in 2013 at Hard Rock Café and his first album “Far Away” was released on Vh1, MTV […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Keyi Zeliang

                  By   2 days ago

                      Keyi Zeliang, is a gospel singer from Dimapur who started singing at a very young age. Keyi Zeliang  who mostly performs with her ukulele is an active YouTuber  and uploads only secular songs but has plans to make her page a gospel one in days to come. Keyi says, she was also invited […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Thunglamo Ngullie

                  By   1 week ago

                            Thunglamo Ngullie is remembered as one of finalists and runner-up of “Naga Idol 2012”. He is a member of Zowe Madrigal and a Vocal teacher at Musik-A, The Institute for Music Education, Pilgrim school and Octet school of Music and Milestone. With his soulful voice, Ngullie firmly believes in touching […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with J. Yang

                  By   2 weeks ago

                    Who said 18 years is too early an age for one to follow a dream? J. Yang a 12th standard student of Patkai Higher Secondary School, Dimapur has already set a dream on what he wants to become. The young musician who grew up performing in churches, weddings, local concerts and various school events […]

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                  Daily market for local produce established in Dimapur

                  By   3 weeks ago

                  Dimapur, Sep. 4 (EMN): An organic marketplace by the name ‘Local Products Daily Market’ was inaugurated by the principal secretary for Horticulture MK Mero at the Supermarket in front of the Mokokchung bus and taxi stand in Dimapur on Tuesday. The market is an initiative of the Farmer Producer’s Organisation (FPO) of Dimapur district. The […]

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                  World War II brunt: Nun seeks to meet relatives after 75 years of separation

                  By   3 weeks ago

                  Dimapur, Sep. 1 (EMN): Sister Blanche Bernice Bouche’s life story reminds you of the child character in Roberto Benigni’s comedy-drama Life Is Beautiful that has World War II as its backdrop. The reel character was united with her mother and relatives towards the end but the one in real life is yet to find any […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Mengulhoulie Mepfuo

                  By   3 weeks ago

                      Before the current young breed of ‘well known’ Nagas musicians, there were legends much bigger and storied. Like Mengulhoulie Mepfuo, or more popularly “Raj.”  Veterans and forerunners of rock and metal in Nagaland will know “the Raj.” Mengulhoulie Mepfuo is an accomplished musician, a veteran rocker and one of those Nagas who were […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dohan Yimchunger

                  By   1 month ago

                    Dohan Yimchunger is a Bachelor’s degree student at the Salesian College of Higher Education in Dimapur. The student has a debut, a single called ‘One Day.’ He has no formal training in music, but the church has played a vital role in providing him with opportunities to hone his passion and discover his love […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Toshi Kip’s Yimchunger

                  By   1 month ago

                    Toshi Kip’s Yimchunger, a student of MGM College in Dimapur, is a young musician with a number of songs written and ready for breakthrough. Although he is yet to release the songs and launch himself into the music scene, he is determined to take his passion higher. The young lad says to launch his […]

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                  Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Tsali Stm

                  By   1 month ago

                      Tsali Stm, a commerce graduate from St. Joseph’s College Jakhama, is a young musician whose musical journey started at school where he was a guitarist of a band ‘The Magic Bean.’ The band was a finalist of the ‘The Battle of the bands’ in 2014. Here, Tsali Stm speaks about how he fell […]

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                  Redemption inside the cage: A fighter’s tale of combat and hardship

                  By   2 months ago

                  Dimapur, Aug. 3 (EMN): Though widely popular across the globe, the combat sport, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has taken some time to make its presence felt in Nagaland. ‘Combat’ is very much in the Naga nature and we even have an indigenous sport of this ilk – the traditional Naga wrestling. Even as the MMA […]

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