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NIA arrests Nagaland govt officers in extortion case

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Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): The National Investigation Agency (NIA) on Wednesday arrested three Nagaland Government officers for providing substantial amount to National Socialist Council of Nagaland-Khaplang (NSCN) by contributing government funds to them in official capacity reported ANI today. The NIA officials arrested Joint Director/DDO, Department of Social Welfare, Joint Director/DDO, Department of Land Resources […]

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Cabinet recommends withdrawal of indigenous status to Rongmeis

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Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): The Nagaland cabinet has recommended that the recognition accorded by the state government to Rongmeis as an indigenous tribe of Nagaland be withdrawn with immediate effect. This decision, according to an official document, was taken by the cabinet in a meeting on April 25 last. Its resolutions read:

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BJP’s hat-trick win in Delhi civic poll routs AAP, Congress

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New Delhi, April 26 (IANS): Riding on a Modi wave and defeating anti-incumbency, the BJP on Wednesday retained with a sweeping majority its 10-year hold on the capital’s three civic bodies, routing the city’s ruling AAP which blamed rigged EVMs for its poor show in the municipal polls. The BJP won 181 of the 270 […]

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Karbi bandh: Meeting fails to break deadlock

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Our Correspondent Diphu, April 26 (EMN): On Wednesday afternoon, a meeting was held at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s office between the district administration and members of the 24 organizations who have called for Karbi Anglong bandh from 6 pm this evening. The meeting remained inclusive as both parties failed to agree to […]

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Over 100 km of road being built daily: Govt

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New Delhi, April 26 (IANS): Road construction in rural areas of the country under the ‘Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana’ (PMGSY) has achieved the highest so far average with daily construction rate of 130 km, it was announced on Wednesday. The announcement came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi reviewed progress of key infrastructure […]

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No red beacons in Nagaland from May 1

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Dimapur, April 26 (DIPR): As decided by the state cabinet, the government of Nagaland has banned use of red beacon light on all central/state government vehicles in the state of Nagaland with effect from 1st May, 2017. Ban on use of red light beacon shall apply to civil/military paramilitary/police functionaries, officials of central and state […]

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RBI to issue new Rs 5 and Rs 10 coins

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Mumbai, April 26 (IANS): The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Wednesday said that it will soon issue new Rs 10 and Rs 5 coins in circulation. According to the RBI, the central government has minted new Rs 5 coins to commemorate the “150th Anniversary of Allahabad High Court” and Rs 10 coins on the […]

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Threatened Naga traders shut business

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Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Two business establishments ran by Naga entrepreneurs in Dimapur’s supermarket area have recently closed business “out of fear” of threats issued by members of NSCN (IM), according to the Business Association of Nagas (BAN). The business association issued a press release on Wednesday expressing disgust at the turn of events. “BAN […]

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    Mission Smile brightens the lives of 35 children

    By   14 hours ago

    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): A cheerful atmosphere permeated the corridors of Eden Medical Centre in Dimapur as 35 children, who just a while ago were suffering from cleft lip and cleft palate, received a new leash of life. Thanks to medical charity Mission Smile, they can now face the world confidently. Mission Smile conducted a […]

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    Brick Field Union repairs own road

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    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Members of the Brick Field Union in Dimapur informed to have repaired the PWD road connecting Darogajan village to Bamunpukhuri and Zani Village covering approximately five kilometres on April 24 and the 25th.

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    Acharya interacts with officers of Chozuba sub division

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    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): The governor of Nagaland PB Acharya interacted with the deputy commissioner of Phek district, Muroho Chotso, and officers of Chozuba sub division administration and others at Chozuba on April 25 during his visit to Ruzaho village. The governor called on the officers of the sub division to dedicate themselves to serving […]

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    ‘School Education is the richest department’

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    Razeba, April 26 (EMN): Minister for SchoolEducation & SCERT, Yitachu on Wednesday said the department of School Education is the richest department with 24% of the state budget being consumed by it while the rest 80 plus departments in the state are running their activities on 76% of the state budget. Addressing the inaugural programme […]

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    Primary health centre inaugurated in Suruhuto

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    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries and Printing & Stationary, Shetoyi Sumi inaugurated a new building for a primary health centre besides inaugurating the upgrade to a government middle school at Medical Colony in Suruhuto on April 25.

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    Ao pastors resolve to cleanse election system

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    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): The Ao Baptist Pastors’ Fellowship has issued a statement concerning cleansing the ‘electioneering system’ in Nagaland and also against the ‘continued spate of discrimination and atrocities committed against the Christians in the country.’

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    World Malaria Day observed in Tuli and Rokabozou

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    Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Intensified Malaria Control Project-3, Mokokchung DPMU under Development Association of Nagaland in collaboration with Ao Students’ Union Tuli Range, commemorated World Malaria Day at Tuli town by organizing a mass rally followed by a short programme and signature campaign.

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    NPF Western Angami visits Kaziranga Park

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    Kohima, April 26 (EMN): The NPF 8th Western Angami Assembly Constituency led by NPF Kohima Division president, Goneiu Sirie visited Kaziranga National Park, from April 21-23 along with 21 party workers. The tour group was sponsored by Minister for Social Welfare & Parliamentary Affairs and the constituency MLA, Kiyanilie Peseyie.

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      Centre, Assam committed safeguards for indigenous people

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      New Delhi/Guwahati, April 26 (IANS): Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday assured a delegation of the All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) that the spirit of the Assam Accord would not be allowed to get diluted at any cost and the government is committed to provide Constitutional and economic safeguards to the indigenous people of […]

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      One man caught from extortion, Arunchal

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      Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Keeping up the tempo of the ongoing crackdown, Assam Rifles under DAO DIVISION undertook an operation in Khonsa Town of Tirap District on 25 April and apprehended Wanglam Pansa at Alam who was terrorizing and extorting money from Khonsa Town, reported through a press release. It further stated that the over […]

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      Install statue of PA Sangma & rename roads after him: NPF

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      Shillong, April 26 (PTI): The National Peoples Party (NPP) today requested the Meghalaya government to install statue of former Lok Sabha Speaker P A Sangma here and in Tura and rename two roads after him in the state. “I would like to propose the renaming of two roads and space be allotted, one each in […]

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      ‘Centre to raise digital literacy, curb electronics imports’

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      Agartala, April 26 (IANS): The government has taken firm steps to raise the rate of digital literacy to a large extent and to stop import of electronics and IT-related kits and devices by 2019, a central minister said here on Wednesday. “Currently, the percentage of digital literacy in India is quite low. The government has […]

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      CM Biren announces economic package of Rs 185 crore for development

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      Our Correspondent Kangpokpi, April 26 (EMN): Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh on Wednesday announced an economic package of Rs 185 crore for development of newly created Kangpokpi District in the state. Chief Minister made the announcement during a felicitation cum Blessing ceremony at Brigadier Thomas Ground at this picturesque Kangpokpi town,about 45 km north […]

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      Northeastern students, ABVP members held for anti-China protest

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      New Delhi, April 25 (IANS): A group of students from the northeast, along with some ABVP activists, were detained on Tuesday as they were going to protest outside the Chinese embassy here against the Chinese government’s move to rename six towns in Arunachal Pradesh. Starting from Arunachal Bhawan, the agitators headed towards the Chinese Embassy […]

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      Assam CM, Rudy discuss skill development measures in state

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      New Delhi, April 25 (PTI): Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today met Union minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy here and the two discussed a range of issues concerning skill development and entrepreneurship training in the state. During the discussions, Rudy, the Union Skill Development and Entrepreneurship Minister, said the Centre would extend 100 per cent support […]

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      Landslides after heavy pre-monsoon rain

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      Aizawl, April 25 (PTI): Mizoram has been cut off from the rest of the country as landslide, triggered by heavy and incessant pre-monsoon rains, blocked the National Highway 54, official sources said today. The Highway has been blocked since yesterday due to the landslide caused by continuous rainfall since last week, Mizoram Disaster Management and […]

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        Terrorism will recoil on those who nurture it: India

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        Moscow, April 26 (PTI): India on Wednesday called for united global action in strongly resisting “opportunistic” efforts of some states to support terrorist groups by facilitating training, funding and providing safe havens to them. Addressing an international security conference here, Defence Minister Arun Jaitley said terrorism is being “reinvented” in newer and even more dangerous […]

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        Naxal attack: Chhattisgarh Congress for President’s rule in state

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        Raipur, April 26 (PTI/IANS): The Congress on Wednesday demanded dismissal of Chhattisgarh government and imposition of President’s rule in the state in the wake of the Naxal attack in Sukma district on Monday in which 25 CRPF personnel were killed. Dubbing the attack a “heinous act”, the Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee (CPCC) president Bhupesh Baghel […]

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        High cost, corrosion of trust challenges for universities:Prez

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          Hyderabad, April 26 (PTI): The escalation of cost of learning and corrosion of trust are few factors impinge on administration of universities, President Pranab Mukherjee said today. Addressing a function, he said sustaining and reinvigorating the higher education in India as well as in the world, has become a major challenge, especially in the […]

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        SC poser: Can it restrain Parliament from linking Aadhaar with PAN

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        New Delhi, April 26 (IANS): The Supreme Court on Wednesday raised a poser whether it can “restrain Parliament” from passing a law linking Aadhaar with PAN for filing income tax returns even though the government has in the past given an undertaking that possessing Aadhaar card was voluntary. “Can we restrain Parliament from passing a […]

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        Nation News in Brief

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        Modi to launch UDAN air connectivity scheme on April 27 New Delhi, April 26 (IANS): The central government on Wednesday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the air regional connectivity scheme — UDAN — on April 27, Thursday, in Shimla. According to the ministry, it is committed to providing air connectivity to currently […]

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        J&K govt bans 22 social networking sites citing their misuse

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        Srinagar, April 26 (PTI): Jammu and Kashmir government today banned 22 social networking sites and applications including Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter in Kashmir on the ground that these were being misused by anti-national and anti-social elements to fan trouble. The ban will be in place for a month or till further orders, whichever is earlier, […]

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        Jadhav case: India hands over mother’s appeal to Pak

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        Islamabad/New Delhi, April 26 (PTI): India on Wednesday handed over to Pakistan an appeal by the mother of retired Indian Navy officer Kulbhushan Jadhav, sentenced to death by a military court, to the appellate court, initiating a process to get his conviction overturned. The appeal on behalf of Jadhav was given to Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary […]

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        Ensure admission of poor kids upto 5yrs in nursery: HC to govt

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        New Delhi, April 26 (PTI): Poor and disadvantaged children up to five years of age can now hope to get admission in nursery classes in private schools, with the Delhi High Court today asking the AAP government to ensure their admission. Agreeing to this, the Delhi government’s Directorate of Education said it would consider the […]

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          World News in brief

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          PTI/IANS Bangladeshi 1971 veterans to get 5-year India visa Dhaka, April 26 (PTI): In a special gesture, India will grant five-year multiple entry tourist visas to Bangladesh’s 1971 Liberation War veterans, an Indian high commission spokesman said here today. “In recognition of the special connection between Bangladesh Muktijodhas (freedom fighters) and India, this provision has […]

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          China urges South Korea, US to pull back THAAD equipment

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          Beijing, April 26 (IANS): Hours after the deployment of a US advanced defence shield went into full swing in South Korea, Beijing on Wednesday strongly urged Seoul and Washington to pull back the equipment, warning that the installation would further heighten tensions in the region. Six trailers carrying the high-profile X-band radar of the Terminal […]

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          Islamophobic incidents up by 1,000% since Trump took office: Muslim group

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          Washington, April 26 (IANS): The number of Islamophobia incidents involving US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officials has increased by around 1,000 per cent since President Donald Trump took office in January, according to a Muslim activist group. The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) said preliminary data collated from its branches across the country, found […]

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          Assad forces made sarin used in chemical attack: France

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          Paris, April 26 (IANS): France has said it has evidence that the Syrian air force dropped bombs containing nerve agent sarin on a rebel-held town earlier this month that killed 89 people. French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault on Wednesday said that samples taken from scene in Khan Sheikhoun town bore the “signature” of sarin produced […]

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          Taliban militants are “enemies of Islam’’: Former spokesman

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          Islamabad, April 26 (PTI): A former Taliban spokesman, who the Pakistan military claims to have surrendered to them, has described the militant group as “enemies of Islam” and held it responsible for a series of attacks on schools, colleges and universities. Pakistan Military spokesman Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor last week announced that Ehsanullah Ehsan, a […]

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          Toll in Turkish strikes on Syria Kurds rises to 18: monitor

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          Beirut, April 25 (PTI/AFP): The toll in Turkish air strikes on Kurdish forces in northeast Syria today rose to 18 killed, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. “The dead are fighters and media officials from the People’s Protection Units (YPG),” said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman, who had earlier reported a toll of […]

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          World news in brief

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          27 killed in Kenya road accident Nairobi, April 25 (IANS): At least 27 persons were killed on Tuesday in Kenya when an oil tanker collided with a bus on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway, authorities said. The bus was travelling to Nairobi when it hit the tanker near Makindu in Kibwezi, Xinhua news agency quoted police commander […]

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          Iraqi troops recapture new neighbourhood from IS

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          Baghdad, April 25 (IANS): Iraqi government forces on Tuesday freed a new neighbourhood after heavy clashes with Islamic State (IS) militants in the western side of Mosul, the military said. The Counter Terrorism Service (CTS) force drove out the IS from al-Tanak neighbourhood and raised the Iraqi flags on some of its buildings, Xinhua news […]

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            Words like white and black are so hurtful to me: Zoe Saldana

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            She faced a backlash for not being “black enough” for the Nina Simone biopic last year, and Zoe Saldana wishes there wasn’t any need to “feel so bothered by race” in Hollywood. The American actress of Puerto Rican and Dominican descent says she doesn’t agree at all with the idea of segregating people as “white […]

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            ‘Jolly LLB 2’: HC exempts Akshay from personal appearance in court

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            The Delhi High Court on Wednesday exempted actor Akshay Kumar from personal appearance before a trial court here in a defamation case filed against the team of Hindi movie “Jolly LLB 2”. Justice Mukta Gupta granting exemption to Akshay from personal appearance said that the actor can be represented through his advocate before the court.

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            Madonna not happy with biopic ‘Blonde Ambition’

            By   17 hours ago

            Singer Madonna is unhappy with the news of the biopic “Blonde Ambition” which is being made on her. Just after the news of the biopic was announced, Madonna took to her Instagram account to express her opinion about the project, reports aceshowbiz.com.

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            I’m tired of being bullied: Nicki Minaj

            By   17 hours ago

            Rapper Nicki Minaj, who is being trolled on social media, says she is tired of being bullied for her new look. Minaj, who frequently changes hairstyles, posted her selfie on Monday sporting a blonde wig but her fans criticised her outrightly, reports aceshowbiz.com. The photograph had Minaj sporting the platinum hairpiece and had her cleavage […]

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            I began hating work while on sabbatical: Suniel Shetty

            By   17 hours ago

            Actor Suniel Shetty, who has been away from the limelight for over three years now, says his preoccupation with attending to his ailing father Veerappa Shetty made him take a sabbatical from showbiz. It was only after Shetty senior’s death earlier this year that “I realised that he always wanted me to work”, Suniel told […]

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            TGOUN Fashion gala to showcase talent and identity

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            Fashion is influenced by where we live, how we live and what we love. The way of dressing signals one’s identity and aesthetic code. Adopting a style is sign of membership to a style tribe and being part of a style tribe is the distinction, articulates The Global Open University Nagaland (TGOUN) fashion technology department.

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            Aamir Khan receives Dinanath Mangeshkar Award from RSS chief

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            Superstar Aamir Khan was honoured with the 75th Master Dinanath Mangeshkar Award for his blockbuster “Dangal”. RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat presented the Vishesh Puraskar, part of the Dinanath Mangeshkar Awards given to eminent personalties in various fields, to the 52-year-old actor whose wrestling saga was one of the biggest hits of 2016.

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            Abigail Breslin was too shocked to report sexual assault

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            Actress Abigail Breslin says she did not report her sexual assault as she was in a state of shock and denial. The 21-year-old actress recently opened up about the dreadful incident on Instagram and posted an infographic by RAINN, an anti-sexual violence organisation in the US.

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              Open Penalty Shoot-out tournament on May 13

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              Kohima, April 26 (EMN): The 3rd Open Penalty Shoot-out tournament will be held at D Khel ground, Kohima on May 13, this was announced in a press conference at Kohima on Wednesday evening. The tournament is organised by Prodigies group, Khedi Baptist Church under the theme ‘Innovating a stronger fellowship.’

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              BCCI loses revenue, governance votes as Shashank Manohar plays hardball

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              New Delhi, April 26 (PTI): The Indian Cricket Board’s hegemony in world cricket today came under severe threat as the richest board was comprehensively out-voted on governance structure and revenue model at the ICC Board Meeting in Dubai. India was checkmated by former BCCI boss Shashank Manohar, who now helms the ICC as its first […]

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              Sainik School inter house volleyball c’ship concludes

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              Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): Sainik School Punglwa annual inter-house volleyball championship 2017-18 for junior category concluded on Tuesday, April 25 with Patkai House finishing at the top. The final match was played between Japfu and Patkai House. Cadets of Patkai House with their great team spirit and coordination won the match despite Japfu being the […]

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              Day eight results of Frolic Cup

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              Dimapur, April 26 (EMN): The last eight teams in the pre-quarters round clashed head-on today and as usual, the teams have gained momentum rather quickly for a knockout tournament where very few options are available for players to hone themselves and adapt to the field conditions.

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              12-year-old Sujal to represent India in Football For Friendship programme

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              Mumbai, April 26 (IANS): Sujal Kahar, a 12-year-old footballer from Mumbai, has been shortlisted as Indias representative at the global Football For Friendship (F4F) social programme, it was announced on Wednesday. The F4F programme, supported by Gazprom and FIFA, focuses on the development of children’s football, fostering tolerance and respect for different cultures and nationalities […]

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              Chelsea beat Southampton 4-2 in EPL

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              London, April 26 (IANS): English Premier League (EPL) leaders Chelsea defeated Southampton 4-2 here to boost their advantage over second-place Tottenham Hotspur to seven points, though Spurs have a game in hand.

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              Sports Minister calls for zero tolerance towards doping

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              New Delhi, April 26 (IANS): A day after former India football captain Subroto Paul tested positive for a banned substance, Sports Minister Vijay Goel on Wednesday called for adopting a policy of “zero tolerance” towards doping. The minister has directed the National Anti Doping Agency (NADA) and other sports bodies to sensitise the players at […]

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              Won’t just let Aizawl walk away with title: Lajong coach

              By   16 hours ago

              Shillong, April 26 (PTI): Aizawl FC may be a point away from creating history but Shillong Lajong coach Thangboi Singto today promised that he won’t let them “walk away” with the I- League title in the ‘North East Derby’ slated for Saturday. Aizawl are on 36 points and a draw would be good enough for […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Shema

                By   7 days ago

                With the aim to produce Divinely inspired music, Zedino Seyie and Thejaser Khate just a year ago started a project ‘Shema’ that is solely based on writing, composing and producing Worship music. Focusing only on gospel lyrics, the duo collaborates with various artists and sing for the Lord. Shema has released two songs ‘Just To […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Dossers Urge

                By   2 weeks ago

                Dossers Urge is a three piece band formed by brothers David, Gideon and Romeo Kom from Shillong Meghalaya. The band has achieved something most musicians from Northeast will envy, their big break of recording their recently released album ‘Honest Rage’. The band was selected by Converse to record an album at Rubber tracks Studio in […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Vilakhonuo Keditsu

                By   3 weeks ago

                Vilakhonuo Keditsu of Chiechama village is an upcoming artist with a debut original ‘Near and Far’, the song reflects our normal day to day life activities, and is composed by Medo Kense and Produced by Richa Productions. Vilakhonuo who started singing at the age of 9 tags her genre as ‘country’ whilst still experimenting with […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sanepong Tzudir

                By   4 weeks ago

                Sanepong Tzudir an aspiring musician, songwriter from Tuli, Mokokchung district developed his passion for music by performing in churches, gospel concerts and college functions. His song “Agape Love” also won him award for “Song of the Year” in the 7th Music Award of Nagaland 2015. Read on to know more about Sanepong’s commitment with music […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Khochamo Kikon

                By   1 month ago

                Dimapur based Khochamo Kikon is an upcoming singer and songwriter, his love for music which began at a very young age propelled him to take part in the Naga Hindi Voice, Season 2 and he finished the competition as one of the finalists. His debut single “I’m right here” composed by Sui Zeliang and Khochamo […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Radio City

                By   1 month ago

                Influenced by the late 70s and early 90s rock music, Radio City is a newly formed band from Kohima consisting of Along Jamir on the lead vocals, Zajamo Kithan on the guitars, Razo Tenenu on the bass and Aditya Rana on the drums. Winning the “Best Original” title at Sungkotenem Beat Contest “Clash of the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Medo Kense

                By   2 months ago

                The cheerful Medo Kense natively from Tuophema village was introduced to music at a very young age by his uncles, and music has become a big part of his life ever since. From singing in Sunday school events to forming a teenage band ‘Raising Souls”, Medo has evolved into an inspiring musician. Crediting INDIHUT for […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with NTdote

                By   2 months ago

                NTdote inspired by Dream Theater and Theocracy is a five member band consisting of Choseo on the vocals, Tselo and Khriela on the guitars, Vela on the bass and Langs on the drums. Formed in the year 2013, the band seeks to reveal the complications of life through their songs. Their debut original “Beyond the […]

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