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Modi, Trump to discuss defence partnership, counterterrorism

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Washington, June 24 (IANS): Talks between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump in what would be their first face-to-face meeting would focus on ongoing cooperation, including counter-terrorism and defence partnership in the Indo-Pacific region, besides trade and law enforcement, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has said. Spicer said that talks […]

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ANCSU asks NU to review its marking system

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Kohima, June 24 (EMN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has appealed to the authorities of Nagaland University to re-examine the institution’s marking system for examinations. Declaring that a few ‘deserving students’ from Nagaland had ‘failed to make it through to the required cut-off list’ in some reputed universities in the country, the ANCSU […]

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Village along Assam-Nagaland border attacked

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Diphu, June 24 (EMN): A group of miscreants reportedly from along the Assam-Nagaland border allegedly attacked KA Model village situated in the locality of Lahorijan yesterday around 12.30 PM during which property, specifically houses, were damaged. During the attack, eight houses were torched, reports said. The area is close to the Lahorijan Border Post of […]

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Power shutdown for Kohima

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Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): The electricity department has informed consumers in the capital town about a total shutdown of power supply on June 26 “due to commissioning of new 132 kV bay at 132/33kV Kohima sub-station.” “It is for information of all concerned that due to commissioning of new 132 kV bay at 132/33kV Kohima […]

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Street brawl death case: two arrested

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Mokokchung, June 24 (EMN): Two individuals have been arrested in connection with the alleged assault of a youth, one Sentilong, during a street brawl in Mokokchung on Friday evening. The youth subsequently succumbed to injuries, reports had said earlier. The arrested persons have been identified as a Imtinungsang, a 41-year old son of one Akoknukshi […]

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Protest marches in Darjeeling as shutdown enters 10th day

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Darjeeling (WB), June 24 (PTI): Protesters marched through the streets in several places today as the indefinite shutdown in the Darjeeling hills entered its tenth day with GJM chief Bimal Gurung threatening to intensify the agitation for a separate state. Internet services were suspended for the seventh day and local cable channels remained blocked in […]

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Show-cause to ENPO officials ‘settled amicably’

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Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) has informed that it has ‘settled amicably’ the issue of show-cause notice served to a number of the group’s officials allegedly for attending a ‘certain political party meeting.’ The ENPO issued a press release to the media on Saturday informing about the development. The press […]

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Rallyist demand life imprisonment for rapist

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ENWO Tuensang unit, Phom organisations undertake rally against rape Dimapur, June 23 (EMN): Tuensang and Longleng towns simultaneously undertook protest rally today against rape of two minor girls and demanded for life imprisonment of the accused rapist. It may be mentioned here that two minor girls aged 5 and 7 years were reportedly raped by […]

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4-lane taxation case: NSCN (IM) breaks silence

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Dimapur, June 23 (EMN): Amidst accusing fingers pointed towards the NSCN (IM) for stalling the ongoing 4 lane road construction works between Dimapur and Kohima, the former broke its silence and termed the impasse to misunderstanding purely within the Nagaland Contractors and Suppliers’ Union (NCSU). NSCN (IM) statement through its MIP today claimed that it […]

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Kohima T-Khel residents protest murder

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Kohima, June 23 (EMN): Hundreds of people took to the streets of Kohima town today under the aegis of ‘Tsütuonuomia Khel’ of Kohima village in a silent procession to register their protest against the mysterious circumstances surrounding the death of Shürho-o Sebastian Solo, whose dead body was found in Kisama on June 18. The mass […]

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    World community acknowledges prospect of fishery sector in State

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    Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): The 6th Global Summit on Aquaculture and Fisheries was held on May 25 and 26 in Osaka, Japan, on theme “To create and disseminate the knowledge of aquaculture and fisheries.” Dr. Nchumbeni Humtsoe from Fisheries Department, Nagaland, was selected to be one of the main speakers among the scientists participated from […]

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    Footpath inaugurated in Dimapur

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    Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): A footpath at East Police Station, Dimapur, constructed under Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) was inaugurated on Saturday by Advisor of Urban Development, SI Jamir. Calling for efficient implementation of various central projects in the State, Jamir appealed the citizens for cooperation as the efforts of the Department […]

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    Dimapur teachers sensitised on child rights

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    Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): A one-day state level consultation programme on the ‘Role of schools on child protection’ was held here today at Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur. The event was an initiative of the State Commission for Protection of Child Rights (SCPCR) and Childline Dimapur. Resource persons were K Ela, ‘collab director’ of […]

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    SSTA organises literary prog in Sungratsu

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    Mokokchung, June 24 (EMN): Four schools in Sungratsu village jointly held its annual day literary competition on the theme “Levitate” at Senden Salang on June 22. The literary competition started years back by a group called ‘SSTA’ to discover and promote the inborn talents of students. The event included rhythm with action, creative Bible recitation, […]

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    Childline Kohima asked to update data

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    Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): Kohima district Childline advisory board meeting was held under the chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Rajesh Soundararajan, in the DC’s conference hall on June 23. Addressing the members, Deputy Commissioner appreciated the Kohima Childline team for their good work in helping the children in need of care and protection. He […]

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    NGO group taking steps toward urban sanitation

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    Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): Taking a major step towards urban sanitation and solid waste management in the state, NGO- Group for Environment Management and Services (GEMS) supported by Department of Soil and Water Conservation launched sanitation campaign at Sangpangtu colony, United North Block-B, Burma Camp, Dimapur. The campaign was launched by Director of Soil and […]

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    WTBC Youth Ministry oragnises hymnal contest

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    Wokha, June 24 (EMN): A total of 500 members from 12 fellowships under Wokha Town Baptist Church (WTBC) contested in the hymnal competition, ‘Zhukvu Ji Bankawoe’ (Beyond the Swelling flood), at WTBC, on Saturday. The programme was organised by Wokha Town Baptist Church, Youth Ministry. Judges of the competition were; David Ngullie, Chonben Tungoe, Zachamo […]

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    Gorkhas observe prayer service for Darjeeling

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    Kohima, June 24 (EMN): Concerned over the volatile situation in Darjeeling, pastors and leaders of Nepali/Gorkha Christian churches in Kohima cutting across denomination lines came together Saturday evening to pray for peace and normalcy in the land. The combined prayer service, held at Gorkha Nepali Christian Revival Church Nagabazar, was led by the church secretary […]

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    ‘Protection of Naga’s rights only enshrined in NPF constitution’

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    Dimapur, June 23 (EMN): The vice president NPF Central, Tsumongo Ovung while highlighting the Naga Peoples’ Front (NPF) party’s constitution, said ‘the protection and recognition of our Naga’s right are only enshrined in the NPF party’s constitution, which not be found in any national political party’. He was addressing his first meeting, after he assumed […]

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    Pungro citizens repair road

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    Dimapur, June 23 (EMN): Hundreds of concerned citizen of Pungro came forward to repair LHEP road under the aegis of various civil based organisation of Pungro spearheaded by the Public Forum Pungro Sub-division (PFPS). The citizens undertook road repair for 2 weeks starting from June 8. In a press release, PFPS president, S Kiusumew Yimchunger, […]

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      N Biren Singh inaugurates Manipur’s first SP office

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      Imphal, June 25 (EMN): Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on Saturday inaugurated the state’s first ever Superintendent of Police’s office(Traffic Control Wing) and Cyber Crime Police Station besides launching Community Policing as part of 57 kinds of works to be completed within his government’s 100 days programme here this afternoon. The new SP Traffic […]

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      Student leader gunned down in Manipur

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      Imphal, June 24 (IANS): Suspected militants gunned down a student leader here in Manipur and the police, fearing a students agitation, have launched a massive manhunt to nab the killers, an official said on Saturday. So far no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. President of the Haokip Students’ Organisation Letkholal Haokip was shot […]

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      KADCC dissatisfied with KAAC polls results; demands re-election

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      Diphu, June 24 (EMN): The Karbi Anglong District congress committee (KADC) has strongly condemned ragged and manipulated poll result of the KAAC’s Election-2017 declared on 22nd June, this was stated in a press statement issued by its General Secretary of KADC, Bidya Sing Rongpi on Friday. The statement mentioned that BJP has avail the advantage […]

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      Attack on Assam church condemned

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      Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): All India Congress Committee Minority Department’s Observer for Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram Rejaul Karim Laskar has strongly condemned the incident of attack on a Church in Assam by unidentified miscreants on the night of June 20, reported through a press release. Laskar has demanded a transparent and impartial investigation to find […]

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      Tripura tribal party holds protests backing Gorkhaland

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      Agartala, June 24 (IANS): A Tripura tribal party organised rallies in 29 places across the state on Saturday to support the demand for a separate Gorkhaland state in West Bengal’s Darjeeling. Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT), a tribal based party in Left-ruled Tripura, held rallies and protest demonstrations in 29 places under the Tripura […]

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      National indigenous food initiative needed: MP minister

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      Meghalaya, June 24 (PTI): The Centre should launch a national indigenous food initiative to identify and study traditional and regional foods having better nutritional benefits, Madhya Pradesh Welfare and Child Development Minister Archana Chintis said today. “A national indigenous food initiative should be launched by the Central government to identify and study the traditional and […]

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      Flood situation worsens in Assam

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      Guwahati, June 24 (PTI): Flood situation in Assam worsened today hitting over 87,500 people in Lakhimpur, Karimganj and Sonitpur districts. According to a report by the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) 131 villages are under water at present, while 148 hectares of crop land have been damaged. Till yesterday a little over 82,000 people […]

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      Teachers’ crisis becoming political hot potato in Tripura

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      Agartala, June 24 (IANS): Tripura’s Left Front government is facing an unprecedented shortage of teachers to run its 5,000 schools from the next academic year beginning in January. The Supreme Court order of March 29 upholding a state High Court order terminating the jobs of 10,323 government teachers has added to the vacuum. The state […]

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      N B Singh to reintroduce ‘Manipur State Transport’ in the state

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      Imphal, June 23 (EMN): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led coalition government in Manipur will be reintroducing government public transport systems from Sunday by utilising ten buses for the fourteen different routes in the state capital and districts. Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh will flag off the Manipur State Transport (MST) bus services besides commissioning […]

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      Helpline number ‘181’ launched for women in Manipur

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      Imphal, June 23 (EMN): Toll free 24/7 helpline number ‘181’ was formally launched in at DC office Complex, Imphal on Friday for distressed women facing violence in public or private spheres of life with Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Nemcha Kipgen as the chief guest. In her speech Nemcha said, “The women Helpline is a […]

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        Modi holds talks with Portuguese counterpart

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        Lisbon, June 24 (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today held talks with his Portuguese counterpart Antonio Costa and discussed ways to further intensify bilateral relations. Modi, who arrived here on the first leg of his three- nation tour, said his brief visit will further strengthen relations between India and Portugal. “Advancing bilateral engagements. PM @narendramodi […]

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        JK CM welcomes selection of Srinagar in Smart City Mission

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        Srinagar, June 24 (PTI): Jammu and Kashmir Chief minister Mehbooba Mufti today welcomed the Centre’s decision to include Srinagar and Jammu into the list of smart cities to be developed under the Smart City programme on modern lines. Mehbooba termed the decision of the Union government as “historic” which would “herald a new era of […]

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        Kovind to kickstart nation-wide tour today from UP

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        Lucknow, June 24 (PTI): The NDA’s presidential nominee Ram Nath Kovind will visit Uttar Pradesh tomorrow to seek support from members of both the Houses of the state where preparation is on for smooth conduct of voting, slated for July 17. Kovind’s visit to Uttar Pradesh, which has the highest value of each vote in […]

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        EC disqualifies MP min for 3 years, terms paid news ‘menace’

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        New Delhi, June 24 (IANS): The Election Commission has disqualified Madhya Pradesh Water and Irrigation Minister Narottam Mishra for not disclosing the expenditure he had incurred on the paid news that was carried in local media during State assembly elections in 2008. The Commission, which on Friday also said that Mishra would remain disqualified from […]

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        Cong asks 20 AAP MLAs to resign, face fresh elections

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        New Delhi, June 24 (IANS): The Congress on Saturday demanded the resignation of 20 AAP MLAs, a day after the Election Commission rejected their plea to drop the office of profit case against them, and dared them to face the electorate again. He said the Election Commission has held that all 20 MLAs are liable […]

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        Gandhi’s teachings immortal, relevant at any time, says Naidu

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        Ahmedabad, June 24 (PTI): Union minister M Venkaiah Naidu today said Gandhian teachings are relevant at any point of time and need to be followed especially in the view of growing westernisation of our culture and conflicts in public life. He was speaking after dedicating 100 volumes of the ‘Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi’, published […]

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        2 jawans killed in firefight along LoC, cremated

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        Pune/Kolhapur, June 24 (PTI): Naik Sandip Jadhav had promised to return home in time for his son’s first birthday today. All that came back was his coffin. A day of celebration turned into one of profound grief for the family of the soldier, killed in Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday, as he was cremated in […]

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        DU colleges release cut-off; highest 99.66% for electronics

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        New Delhi, June 24 (IANS): The Delhi University (DU) colleges announced their cut-offs on Friday with most of them concentrating around the 97 per cent tab for commerce courses, set earlier in the day by the Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC). Hindu, Lady Shri Ram (LSR), and Kirorimal College set their cut-offs for Economics […]

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        Nation news in brief

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        Yasin Malik arrested in Srinagar Srinagar, June 24 (IANS): Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF) chief Yasin Malik was arrested by police here on Saturday. A spokesman of the JKLF said Malik was arrested from his residence in Maisuma area. Malik along with Hurriyat leaders Syed Ali Geelani and Mirwaiz Umer Farooq has been spearheading […]

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        DSP lynched by mob outside Jamia Masjid; CM issues warning

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        Srinagar, June 23 (PTI): A deputy superintendent of police was stripped naked and stoned to death by a mob outside the historic Jamia Masjid here in a bizarre incident which drew all-round condemnation, including from Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti and separatist Hurriyat leader Mirwaiz Umar Farooq. Describing the incident as “shameful”, the Chief Minister wondered […]

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          Six killed, over 100 missing as landslide buries mountain village in China

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          Beijing, June 24 (PTI): At least six people were killed and over 100 others remained missing after a mountain village was today buried under tonnes of rocks following a massive landslide in southwest China’s Sichuan Province. The landslide from a high part of a mountain in Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Aba hit Xinmo […]

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          Suicide bomber blows himself up as Saudis foil Mecca plot

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          Riyadh, Jun 24 (PTI/AP): A suicide bomber blew himself up near the Grand Mosque in Mecca as police disrupted a plot to target the holiest site in Islam just as the fasting month of Ramadan ends, Saudi security forces said today. The Interior Ministry said it launched a raid around Jiddah, as well as two […]

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          Death toll in Pakistan bombings rises to 63

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          Islamabad, June 24 (IANS): The death toll in Friday’s blasts targeting civilians and security personnel in Quetta and Parachinar areas of Pakistan has risen to 63, with nine people injured in the twin Parachinar blasts succumbing to their injuries overnight, local media reported. More than 200 injured people are being treated in hospitals. Most casualties […]

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          Eight killed in Colombia coal mine blast

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          Bogota, June 24 (PTI/AFP): An explosion at an illegal coal mine in central Colombia killed at least eight people, as rescuers scrambled to find five others still missing, authorities said on Saturday, updating earlier figures. The blast on Friday occurred at a coal mine in the town of Cucunuba in Cundinamarca state, some 90 kilometers […]

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          Thousands evacuated as 27 UK high-rise towers fail safety test

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          London, June 24 (PTI): Thousands of residents were today evacuated from four housing towers as the UK government in the wake of the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze found 27 high-rise residential blocks across Britain unsafe. Residents of 650 flats in four tower blocks on an estate in the Swiss Cottage area of north London were […]

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          Arab states issue 13 demands to end Qatar crisis

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          Turkey rejects demands to shut its military base in Qatar Cairo/Dubai, June 23 (IANS/AP): Turkey on Friday rejected a key demand by several Arab states involved in a major dispute with Qatar, saying Ankara has no plans to shut down its military base in the small Gulf country. The demand that Turkey pull out its forces […]

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          21 killed in Brazil traffic pile-up

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          Rio de Janeiro, June 23 (IANS): At least 21 people died in a traffic pile-up in Brazil’s Espirito Santo state, officials said. The pile-up occurred near Guarapari on Thursday when a van transporting granite strayed into the oncoming lane and crashed into a bus, the Federal Highway Police said, Efe news reported. The bus was […]

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          ‘Faulty fridge sparked London tower fire’

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          London, June 23 (IANS): The Grenfell Tower fire in London that killed 79 people started in a faulty fridge, the Metropolitan Police said on Friday, adding the cladding on the 24-storey block has failed all safety tests. Both the insulation and tiles at the tower had failed safety tests, with the insulation proving more flammable […]

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          ‘Peace in Afghanistan linked with exit of foreign troops’

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          Kabul, June 23 (IANS): The Taliban on Friday reiterated that peace in the country is inextricably linked to the exit of foreign troops. It said that if foreign troops leave, its Doha-based political office already has instructions to negotiate and find a peaceful solution, reports Efe news. “The solution of the Afghan issue through peaceful […]

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          4,500 displaced, 170 killed as rains refuse to abate in Bangladesh

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          Dhaka, June 21 (IANS): At least 4,500 people remained lodged in some 50 shelters in southeastern Bangladesh and more evacuees continue to trickle in as the death toll from ongoing heavy rains touched 170, various sources said. “Close to 4,500 people are living in shelters, which are expected to remain open until July 15 in […]

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            Johnny Depp apologises for Donald Trump assassination comment

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            Hollywood star Johnny Depp has apologised for joking about assassinating US President Donald Trump, saying his remarks were in “poor taste.” The 54-year-old actor said his comments did not “come out as intended” and was only meant to amuse, reported People magazine. “I apologise for the bad joke I attempted last night in poor taste […]

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            Abiogenesis single ‘Up on the Mountains to release today

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            Abiogenesis’ latest single “Up on the Mountains’ will be globally released on June 25 through Songdew Music Label and will be available for purchase on all major digital stores. The release is powered by Bose and the media partners are Radio City 91.1 FM, PlanetRadiocity.com, 94.3 Radio One Delhi, Sound Plunge, Pop Wrapped, The Grey […]

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            Peren observes World Music Day

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            Music aficionados from different walks of life irrespective of age were treated with their old time favourites as renowned musicians from across the district took the stage to mark the World Music Day at Peren Town Hall on June 21. The event was initiated by Peren District Music Society (PDMS). The programme began with piano […]

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            Up close and personal with the bold and beautiful Imlibenla Wati

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            For those who came in late, Imlibenla Wati is a former Miss Nagaland and the first beauty queen from Nagaland to have won a national title pageant. She was crowned first runner up at Miss India Elite, 2015. She was also officially declared as Miss Asia Pacific-Super talent India 2016. Nagaland’s very own reigning Miss […]

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            Nagaland Fashion Week Dimapur Day 2

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            Nagaland Fashion Week Organised by the Nagaland Designers’ Association had their 2nd day of its show successfully at Hotel Theja Fort Dimapur on Friday. The Day-2 show was graced by Aba Khing President, Tenyimia Women Union, Dimapur. The two days fashion week saw the upcoming designers into three categories: Emerging, Novice and Enthusiast. The two […]

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            Total Recall – The Recital Concert by Musik-A school

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            Musik-A (Alobo Naga School of music) vocal department had their summer recital concert titled “Total Recall” cum graduation day for the Live sound Management Batch 2 students at Acacia Hotel on Friday. The students sang classic songs & oldies from the past like The Beatles, Bon Jovi, The Carpenters, Queen, Eric Clapton, Chris Norman & […]

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            Nicole Kidman wanted to quit Hollywood

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            She is currently enjoying a career comeback, starring in the hit TV drama “Big Little Lies”. But Oscar winning actress Nicole Kidman says she wanted to quit Hollywood nearly a decade ago. The 50-year-old actress made the revelation in an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Friday, reports dailymail.co.uk.

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            Tom Cruise affair with Rebecca De Mornay

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            Actor Curtis Armstrong has claimed that actor Tom Cruise had an “intense affair” with his co-star Rebecca De Mornay on the sets of the film “Risky Business”. Armstrong appeared alongside Cruise, who was 19 at the time, in the 1983 Paul Brickman movie and in his new memoir, he has revealed the “Top Gun” actor […]

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            Mokokchung celebrates World Music Day

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            Mokokchung musicians both young and old, took centre stage at Cosmos Entertainment Hall where various bands and solo artists converged to celebrate world music day which was organized by Mokokchung District Musicians Association (MDMA) on Wednesday June 21. The show kicked off with the junior solo competition where Anen Jamir bagged the first prize. The […]

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            Nagaland a fashion paradise: Nienu

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            ‘There is no denying the fact that Nagaland is a fashion paradise and one of the most fashionable zones in the country’ said Deputy Chairman, State Planning Board Khuzholuzo Nienu during the inaugural ceremony of the 1st edition of Nagaland Fashion Week 2017, held at Hotel Theja Fort, Dimapur on Thursday. Inaugurating the event as […]

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              1st Open Volleyball Tournament concludes

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              Our Correspondent Wokha, June 24 (EMN): The first open volleyball tournament in Wokha culminated on Saturday, June 24 with Rising Club claiming the men’s title beating ENPO while Morashan emerged as the winner in women’s category beating Rachan Women Club. The closing function was graced by President Wokha District Entrepreneurs’ Association (WDEA) Z. Ponathung Kikon […]

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              Shuttler Srikanth enters Australian Open final

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              Sydney, June 24 (IANS): Star Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth defeated fourth seed Shi Yuqi of China to reach the final of the Australia Open Superseries badminton tournament here on Saturday. The Guntur player took only 37 minutes to outplay his Chinese opponent 21-10, 21-14. The 24-year-old Indian shuttler dominated the proceedings right from the start […]

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              Playing in Wimbledon a dream come true: Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan

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              Kolkata, June 24 (IANS): Close on the heels of making the cut for the men’s doubles main draw in Wimbledon this year, Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan said it’s a “dream come true” moment for him and he is all set to make a mark in his maiden stint in a Grand Slam tournament. “It is a dream […]

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              India thrash Pakistan in HWL classification tie

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              London, June 24 (IANS): India put up a quality display to thrash arch-rivals Pakistan 6-1 in a fifth-eighth classification match of the Hockey World League Semi-Final here on Saturday. Ramandeep Singh (eighth and 28th minutes), Talwinder Singh (25th), Mandeep Singh (27th, 59th) and Harmanpreet Singh (36th) found the back of the net for India. For […]

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              Dani Alves hints at Man City transfer

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              Rio de Janeiro, June 24 (IANS): Brazil international full-back Dani Alves has admitted he could leave Juventus during the summer transfer window and hinted his destination could be Manchester City. During an interview on Brazilian television, Alves praised his former Barcelona coach Pep Guardiola, who is now in charge of the English Premier League club, […]

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              Meeting on National Sports Code

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              Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): The Directorate of Youth Resources & Sports, Nagaland is convening a meeting on June 28, 2017 at the Conference Hall of the Directorate at 12 noon to discuss the implementation of the National Sports Code in the state as verbally communicated by the Joint Director of the Department. This was informed […]

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              Kohima Town Club inform players

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              Dimapur, June 24 (EMN): The Kohima Town Club (KTC) informed the football players who are to take part in the Kohima Football League, 2017 to adhere to the following guideline: Players needs to get registered with Kohima District Football Association (KDFA). Fee is fixed at Rs. 50 per head. The last date is fixed on […]

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              1st Open Volleyball Tournament

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              Wokha, June 23 (EMN): The final match of the 1st Open Volleyball Tournament will be graced by Z. Ponathung Kikon president, Wokha District Entrepreneurs’ Association (WDEA), as the special guest at 11:00 am here at Wokha local ground. Friday’s match results: Rachan Eloe Ekhung beat Etsutchukha Woman’s Club ENPO beat A1 Tsungiki Club Rising Club […]

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              Amur Falcon draws with MRH Sunrisers

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              Kohima, June 23 (EMN): Amur Falcon FC scored a late goal as they held on for a 2-2 draw against MRH Sunrisers at the D Khel ground Kohima on Friday morning.

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              2nd summer sixer tourney from June 27

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              Dimapur, June 23 (EMN): The Titans Cricket Club Mokokchung in a press note informed that it will be organising the 2nd Summer Sixer Cricket Tournament from June 27 onwards at Imkongmeren Sports Complex Mokokchung. Forms are available at Camellia Shop Mokokchung and last date for submission is June 26 with a registration fee of Rs. […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Lords of Rock

                By   2 days ago

                Lords of Rock (LOR) from Nagaland, India is the latest addition to the music industry of the state who debuted on March 17, 2017 in Dimapur. Dedicated in delivering the sound and feel of the 80’s Rock n’ Roll Scene, LOR-though the band is new, the members are not new faces and have extensive experience […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Thang

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                With not many individuals having such contrasting talents, musician Thang from Haflong, Assam is a 24 With not many individuals having such contrasting talents, musician Thang from Haflong, Assam is a 24 year old civil service aspirant who one day wishes to become a novelist. Thang who is a self taught musician says that Haflong […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with De Band

                By   2 weeks ago

                Friends since school days- De Band from Wokha district is a picture of amity. Even after pursuing and completing their education and employed in various professions, their friendship and love for Music have kept them growing strong. Spreading their love for music, De Band members are the brainchild behind ‘Bob Dylan nite’ which they have […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Magic Street

                By   3 weeks ago

                Magic Street, is a recently formed three member pop-rock band from Dimapur with Makok Jamir on vocals, Nungshi Pongen with the guitar and Atsa Thonger on the drums. Greatly influenced by local musicians like Manen Jamir and Tali Angh, and wish to perform with our own state’s band ‘Incipit’. Their debut single “Let Her Know” […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Seyie Chuzho

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                Meet Seyie Chuzho winner of The North East Body can sing 2017 whose journey started off as a finalist of Kids for Fame 2009 Second Season. Currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Nagaland University and a Vocal Coach in Khuvung School Of Music Kohima, this formidable lady has made her presence felt through her contributions […]

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                Rhythm of love: In conversation with Kevikielie Rio

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                Kevikielie Rio also known as DJ Oir is a musician and DJ from Tuophema village based in Kohima. DJ Oir who was introduced to a variety of music genres since his early days grasped DJ-ing as his most favourite of all. His favourite artists includes Above & Beyond, David Guetta and Dream Theater etc. DJ […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘The Garden Band’

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                Breaking stereotype of serious 9-5 monotonous job, a group of young Horticulture Officers have come together coming out of their cocoon to share their love for music, calling themselves ‘The Garden Band’. Formed in 2015 with the objective to entertain their department employees, these full of life, Horti Officers are all ready to set a […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yenili Zhimo

                By   2 months ago

                Deciding to follow ‘music’ as her profession was never an easy choice for young Yenili Zhimo who had to convince herself that she could sing. But with a solid dream, the young musician from Dimapur has started off her musical journey with no plans of turning back. Her debut single “Try” talks about the absence […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Benathung Humtsoe

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                “Music is too good a thing to be wasted only in expressing the negatives in life and I’d rather be found celebrating the feel goods in life, though the former is also as real as the day. Through my stuffs I try to stay aloof from the shine blockers and the drag-downs of life” conveys […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Shema

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                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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