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NPF tussle: Zeliang and Rio clip wings of Liezietsu

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Minority Wing and Central Women Wing shift allegiance Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): The NPF party led by the Chief Minister TR Zeliang and their recently elected president Neiphiu Rio today clipped the wings of the opponent camp led by Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu when two sections of the party organisation pledged their support to the government […]

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NPF legislators take stock of threats issued by NPF youth

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Appeals for calm till issue is resolved by ECI Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): The NPF legislators led by the Chief Minister TR Zeliang today after taking stock of the various threats issued in the name of NPF youth wing of 10 Northern Angami-1 A/C to members of the public, officials and party workers, has made […]

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ACAUT fires rejoinder not satisfied with reply

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Demands independent inquiry Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): The ACAUT not satisfied with the reply by the finance department that was published in some local papers to its allegation today gave another rejoinder stating that the reply was an eyewash and demanded the department to provide proof that the money was not withdrawn based on the […]

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CNTC appeals NHIDCL for good quality roads

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Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): The Central Nagaland Tribes Council has today demanded the National Highway Infrastructure Development Limited to provide quality works on the ongoing works in the state and also warned that no compromise will be made by the council on the workmanship. The demand was made during a meeting of the CNTC with […]

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The long ride to the learning centres beyond River Chathe

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Henlly Phom The next time you choose to whine about taking public transport to school, college or workplace along the potholed road in the scorching weather of Dimapur, you may perhaps want to put yourself in the shoes of the students, teachers and staff of the institutions beyond Chathe River. They have face more than […]

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Zeliangrong organisations appeal NSCN(IM) and ZUF

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Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): A group of Zeliangrong organisations have on Thursday appealed to the ZUF and the NSCN(IM) to exercise restraint and desists from confrontation to restore peace and normalcy in the Zeliangrong region. The appeal was resolved during a meeting of the Zeliangrong Baudi (AMN) Zeliangrong Baudi(N) Zeliangrong Mipui Organization, Zeliangrong Youth Front, […]

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India, China discuss border peace after Ladakh scuffle

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Beijing/New Delhi, August 16 (IANS): As a tense military standoff in Doklam entered the third month, senior Indian and Chinese army officers discussed another border row on Wednesday, a day after troops of the two countries scuffled and threw stones at each other in Jammu and Kashmir’s Ladakh sector. According to Army sources in Delhi, […]

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Govt told to act on state’s poor roads, bridges: NTC

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‘Opposition-less a license to loot and burgle’ Dimapur, August 16 (EMN): The Kohima bench of the Guwahati High Court is stated to have observed during a recent hearing that Nagaland’s department of Roads & Bridges ought to “wake up and restore the condition of road and bridges in Nagaland.” The information was contained in a […]

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Judge issues corrigendum on order restraining Rio

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Dimapur, August 16 (EMN): The Civil Judge (Senior) division of Mon has issued a corrigendum on August 14 to his earlier order on the same day, that his earlier order was effective only in the district of Mon. In the second order of the day Learned Judge Inalo Zhimomi stated, “Accordingly, the defendant is hereby […]

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AVCA Wokha calls off blockade

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Our Correspondent Wokha, August 16 (EMN): Following an assurance from the Minister of Geology and Mining and Border Affairs, Mmhonlumo Kikon, to look into improving the road conditions within the district, the All Commercial Vehicles Association Wokha has decided to call off the blockade imposed on Wokha-Merapani road with immediate effect. The ACVA Wokha had […]

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    Farmers urged to boost economy

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): Considering that Nagaland is bestowed with rich natural resources, Parliamentary Secretary of Land Resources, BS Nganlang Phom, called upon the farmers to utilise their God gifted land in order to boost the rural economy and attain self sufficiency. BS Nganlang made comparison with the poor Naga families living in the rural […]

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    Lendina Longkumer wins science seminar competition

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    Our Correspondent Mokokchung, August 18 (EMN): Lendina Longkumer from Jubilee Memorial School won the Mokokchung district level science seminar 2017 held today at Mayangnokcha Government Higher Secondary School (MGHSS) auditorium in Mokokchung town. The competition, held on the topic “Swachh Bharat: Role of science & technology promises and challenges,” was participated by 12 schools under […]

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    Crossword puzzles in Ao released

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    Our Correspondent Mokokchung, August 18 (EMN): ”Olong Waitep- Tebong – II (Crosswords Second volume ) in Ao language authored by Aso Imsong, a former reporter of Ao vernacular news paper- the Ao Milen, was released by Dr. Temsuwati, retired Additional Development Commissioner, in the presence of Ao Senden officials, ASLB and well-wishers at Hotel Metsupen […]

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    Encouraging farmers toward organic farming

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): Workshop on organic farming: soil health management with local resources was organised by Green Growers, a group of upcoming organic farming entrepreneurs from Nagaland at Yeveto village, Under Nuiland, Dimapur on August 17. Speaking as the resource person Samir Bordoloi, freelance organic farming expert and renowned agripreneur, shared the techniques and […]

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    ATMAs exhibits local produces in Dimapur, Phek

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    Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): ATMA Dimapur organised an exhibition cum sale day on August 15 at DDSC stadium, with an objective to strengthen and disseminate the latest technological advancements and techniques in Agri and allied sectors at the district level. The exhibition saw participation from Departments of Agriculture, Horticulture, Sericulture, Soil & Water Conservation, Land […]

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    Demo on oyster mushroom cultivation at Philimi

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): ATMA, Akuhaito Block, Zunheboto conducted demonstration on oyster mushroom cultivation and value addition of vegetables on August16 at Philimi village along with Training on Integrated Pest Management (IPM). Kaiho ATM and Tovinoli ATM, ATMA Akuhaito block were the resource persons. Kaiho gave a brief introduction on IPM, emphasising on the benefit […]

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    MDLSA and KDLSA conduct legal awareness programmes

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): Mokokchung District Legal Services Authority (MDLSA) organised a consultative workshop with juvenile justice stakeholders at ADC (planning) conference hall on August 18. Around 60 representatives of Special Juvenile Police Unit (SJPU), Watsu Mungdang, Ao Kaketshir Mungdang (AKM), Mokokchung Town Lanur Telongjem, Observation home, Child Welfare Committee (CWC) and MDLSA attended the […]

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    GPRN/NSCN flays AR high handedness

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): Questioning the high handedness of the Assam Rifles, the GPRN/NSCN through its MIP vehemently condemned the unwarranted pre dawn raids and frisking on its members by ‘the so-called friends of the hill people’. “The acts of the Assam Rifles are unscrupulous without any rhymes and reasons, creating unnecessary harassment and fear […]

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    A&E notifies departmental directorates

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    Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): Office of the PR Accountant General (A&E) has notified all departmental directorates that, registration for DDOs authorised to sanction refundable/non-refundable /final payment GPF of account holders maintained in the office will commence shortly. It also informed that the DDO module has been designed to enable check on the balances of subscribers […]

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    Forest minister calls to conserve forest

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    Kohima, August 17 (EMN): Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Neiba Kronu today called upon the people of the State to have clear conscious and concept to protect, preserve and conserve the forest cover in the State. In his maiden interaction with the department’s officers led by Principal Chief Conservator of Forest, I Panger […]

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      Catholic bodies in Manipur organise peace rally

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, August 17 (EMN): Amidst the seasonal drizzling and brief summer heat, a peace rally was held in the state capital to demand justice and burial of mortal remains of late Rita Haorei.The rally which started from Don Bosco School ground at Chingmeirong and passed through the main streets of Imphal and converged […]

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      4 dead, 40 wounded in Sikkim bus accident

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      Gangtok, August 17 (PTI): Four persons died on the spot and 40 others were injured, seven of them critically, when a Sikkim Nationalised Transport (SNT) bus rolled down 300 feet from a mountain road at Ambithang in North Sikkim district today. Official reports received from the district said the accident took place when the SNT […]

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      News in Brief

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      GNOU to train Tripura teachers New Delhi, August 17 (PTI): The Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) today signed an agreement with the Tripura government for training 11,884 elementary level teachers from the state. The agreement confirms training to teachers through the varsity’s two-year diploma in Elementary Education programme, for those who possess the qualifications […]

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      General Panchayat election to be held in Manipur

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, August 17 (EMN): The state election commission is all set to hold the 5th General Panchayat elections next month to elect new local body representatives including Zilla Parishad, Pradhan and ward members as the term of the existing representatives expires October 23 this year. Announcing this during a press conference at state […]

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      Bridge collapses in Manipur

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, August 17 (EMN): Barak Bailey Bridge at Namtiram village, 167km west of Imphal in Tamenglong district, Manipur which connects district headquarters with more than 30 villages under Tousem sub-division has been swept away by landslide on Wednesday. Many villages heading to Tamenglong district headquarters and Tousem from opposite directions have been stranded […]

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      Restoration works in full swing at all sites of N.F.Railway

      By   22 hours ago

      Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): While the overall flood situation continues to be grim in most part of Bihar and railway track remains breached in many locations, N.F.Railway has started restoration work in all the locations on war footing. Work is progressing day and night and more than 50 wagons of ballast has been unloaded at […]

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      Chakmas condemn inclusion of CHT in Pakistan

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      Aizawl, August 17 (PTI): ‘Chakma Black Day’ was observed at Chawngte town in south Mizoram’s Lawngtlai district on the Bangladesh border today condemning the award of Chittagong Hill Tracts to Pakistan by Radcliffe Boundary Commission on this day 70 years ago. Chakma National Council of India Mizoram state committee, which organised a rally, said that […]

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      Meghalaya HC issues notice over parliamentary secretaries

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      Shillong, August 17 (IANS): The Meghalaya High Court has issued a notice to the state government for a final hearing on the matter of the posts of parliamentary secretaries. A division bench of Chief Justice Dinesh Maheshwari and Justice Ved Prakash Vaid on Wednesday heard a Public Interest Litigation challenging the appointment of parliamentary secretaries […]

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      AR distributes free LED bulbs to six villages in Arunachal

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      Dimapur, August 17 (EMN): Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts of south Arunachal Pradesh along Indo-Myanmar Border have been lagged behind in infrastructural development due to its inaccessibility, terrain and proliferation of insurgency. In many villages the basic necessities of safe drinking water and electricity are not available. To alleviate the hardship of the local populace […]

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      Assam’s country liquor gets branded, to be flavoured

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      Guwahati, August 17 (IANS): Here’s spirited news for tipplers in Assam who favour the raw and rustic country liquor over its refined cousin that goes by the IMFL (Indian Made Foreign Liquor) moniker. It will now be branded — and also come in two flavours. To prevent adulteration and revenue leakage, the Assam government has […]

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        India, Japan resolve to boost ties in cyberspace sector

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        New Delhi, August 18 (PTI): India and Japan have resolved to strengthen their cooperation in the field of cyberspace, and reaffirmed their commitment to an open, secure and accessible cyberspace, enabling economic growth and innovation, the Ministry of External Affairs said. The Second Japan-India Cyber Dialogue, held here on August 17, saw discussions on domestic […]

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        India can face China, Pak but threat is from inside: Farooq

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        New Delhi, August 17 (PTI): India could face China and Pakistan but somebody within the country was determined to spoil everything, National Conference leader Farooq Abdullah said today without naming anyone. Addressing opposition leaders, who came together for the ‘Sanjhi Virasat Bachao’ (save our composite culture) meeting hosted by rebel JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav, the […]

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        Trinamool sweeps Bengal civic polls

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        Kolkata, August 17 (IANS): Virtually bulldozing all opposition, West Bengal’s ruling Trinamool Congress swept all the seven civic bodies. The BJP emerged as the main but distant opposition by displacing the Left Front in the vote count on Thursday. Of the total 148 wards spread across various pockets of the state, the Trinamool Congress won […]

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        Palaniswami announces inquiry into Jaya’s death

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        Chennai, August 17 (PTI): Tamil Nadu Chief Minister K Palaniswami today announced a Commission of Inquiry to go into the death of J Jayalalithaa, eight months after her demise. Palaniswami also announced that Jayalalithaa’s Poes Garden residence here will be turned into a memorial that will be run by the government. The announcements have virtually […]

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        Punjab: Swine flu claims 15 lives

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        Chandigarh, August 17 (PTI): Fifteen persons died due to swine flu in Punjab this summer season, the state’s Health and Family Welfare minister Brahm Mohindra said here today. At least 278 suspected cases of swine flu were reported across the state this summer season and out of these 75 cases were found positive, he said. […]

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        Bihar flood worsens, toll rises to 98

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        Patna, August 17 (PTI): The flood situation in Bihar worsened today as the death toll mounted to 98 due to the deluge which has affected nearly 93 lakh people in 15 districts, forced postponment of examination and cancellation of trains. The toll due to the floods triggered by rains in Nepal and northern parts of […]

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        10-year-old Chandigarh rape victim delivers girl child

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        Chandigarh, August 17 (IANS): A 10-year-old girl, who was raped by her uncle repeatedly, delivered a girl child in a government hospital here on Thursday, hospital officials said. The mother and child were stable, hospital sources said, adding the newborn was in intensive care as it was underweight. The rape victim was admitted to the […]

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        The country now wants ‘Sach Bharat’, says Rahul

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        New Delhi, August 17 (IANS): Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of lying, Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi on Thursday said he speaks about ‘Swachh Bharat’ (Clean India) but now the country wants ‘Sach Bharat’ (Truthful India). “Modiji says he wants a Swachh Bharat but we want Sach Bharat. Wherever he goes, he lies,” Gandhi said […]

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        Blue Whale game: NCPCR asks parents, teacher to be vigilant

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        New Delhi, August 17 (PTI): The NCPCR, apex body for child rights, has urged parents and teachers to “keep a watch” on children showing abnormal and erratic behaviour due to exposure to ‘Blue Whale Challenge’, the lethal online game which is suspected to have led to suicides in Kerala and elsewhere in the country. ‘Blue […]

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        Tejashwi demands CBI probe into Rs 1,000 cr scam

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        Patna, August 17 (IANS): Bihar’s Leader of Opposition Tejashwi Yadav on Thursday demanded a CBI probe into the Rs 1,000 crore Srijan scam, in which government funds were transferred to private accounts between 2005 and 2013 when BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi was the Finance Minister. “It is high time that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar […]

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          ‘Prepared militarily, will act if N Korea launches missile’

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          Washington, August 18 (PTI): The US has warned North Korea that it was prepared to meet any eventuality and will take “immediate specific actions” if Pyongyang launches a missile attack against it or its allies. The US’ strong assertion comes days after President Donald Trump pledged to answer further aggression from North Korea with “fire […]

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          Fourth suspect arrested over Spain twin attacks: police

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          Barcelona, August 18 (PTI/AFP): A fourth suspect was arrested today over twin attacks in Spain that saw vehicles plough into pedestrians in Barcelona and the nearby seaside town of Cambrils, killing 14 and injuring over 100, police said. “A fourth person has been detained in relation with the events that have taken place in the […]

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          UK stands with Spain against “evil” terrorism: PM Theresa May

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          London, August 18 (PTI): The UK stands with Spain following the “appalling” twin terror attacks in which at least 14 people were killed and 80 others injured, British Prime Minister Theresa May said today. A van ran into a crowd of pedestrians walking through Barcelona’s famed Las Ramblas area yesterday, killing at least 13 people […]

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          Victims came from various nationalities

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          Barcelona, August 18 (IANS): The dead and injured in Thursday’s terror attack in Barcelona were of many nationalities including citizens of the US, Britain, China and Pakistan, according to the Catalonian region’s Interior Ministry. Among the victims are a number of children, authorities said. The nationalities of the victims include Spanish, French, German, Dutch, Argentine, […]

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          Trump condemns Spain terror attack

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          Washington, August 18 (PTI): President Donald Trump has strongly condemned the terror attack in Spain and extended the US’ help to the country. A van driver yesterday ploughed into crowds of pedestrians on Barcelona’s most popular street in broad daylight, killing at least 13 people. “The United States condemns the terror attack in Barcelona, Spain, […]

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          Nawaz Sharif, sons unlikely to appear before anti-corruption body

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          Lahore, August 18 (PTI): Ousted Pakistan prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his two sons are unlikely to appear before the country’s top anti-graft body today for interrogation in connection with money laundering and corruption cases. Sharif, after receiving the summons, has decided not to join the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) investigation till the Supreme Court […]

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          Phoenix prepares for Trump’s rally

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          Los Angeles, August 18 (IANS): Residents, policemen and Mayor of Phoenix city in the state of Arizona are preparing for a campaign-style rally by US President Donald Trump amid fear of an uproar just like the violence in Charlottesville of Virginia. To relieve the nervousness of residents, Chief of Phoenix Police Department Jeri Williams on […]

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          Sri Lanka appoints first Tamil Navy chief after four decades

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          Colombo, August 18 (PTI): Rear Admiral Travis Sinniah was today appointed as the chief of Sri Lanka’s naval forces, making him the first from the minority Tamil community to head the Navy since the brutal civil war erupted in the country 45 years ago. Sinniah, who played a decisive role in the destruction of the […]

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          International judges can’t operate in Sri Lanka: Minister

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          Colombo, Aug 18 (PTI): International judges cannot work in Sri Lanka to hear cases of alleged war crimes blamed on the government troops and the LTTE as the Constitution does not permit it, new Foreign Minister Thilak Marapona said today. The UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) resolution co- sponsored by Sri Lanka in 2015 called […]

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          Pyongyang slams S Korea President for his North policy

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          Pyongyang, August 18 (IANS): North Korea on Friday slammed South Korean President Moon Jae-in for his policy towards Pyongyang and his cooperation with the US. It is the first time that North Korea has held Moon personally responsible for his handling of the North-South relations since he came to power about 100 days ago, Xinhua […]

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            Miley Cyrus releases single ‘Younger now’

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            Singer-actress Miley Cyrus is out with a new single titled “Younger now”. The title track of the upcoming album by the same name is set for release on Friday while the album will be released on September 29. Lyrics of “Younger now” have been penned by Cyrus and she has also co-prodcued the track with […]

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            Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie sued by lighting designer

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            Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have been ordered to pay their lighting designer 565,000 euros. Designer Odile Soudant decided to sue the estranged couple after they allegedly failed to credit her on their residence in Provence, French and drove her company to financial ruin, The Guardian reported. Odile claimed Brad and Angelina hired her in […]

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            Learning how to be comfortable with being alone: Demi Lovato

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            Singer Demi Lovato, who has split from MMA fighter Guilherme ‘Bomba’ Vasconcelos after dating him for a year, says she is currently learning how to be comfortable with being alone as she has never been in such a situation. Lovato opened up about handling her new solo lifestyle on “Morning Mash Up” radio show on […]

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            Matthieu Esnult to impart piano master classes at Nagaland Conservatory of Music

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            Nagaland Conservatory of Music (NCM) in a press release has announced the arrival of its visiting Piano faculty, Matthieu Esnult of France for a series of master classes and concert from August 22 till September 1, 2017. Matthieu a graduate of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, UK is said to be a […]

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            Schwarzenegger urges Trump to reject white supremacists

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            Former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has called on US President Donald Trump to abandon his ambiguous attitude to racism and immediately reject “the support of white supremacists”. The Hollywood superstar in a video on Thursday condemned the presence of hate groups and followers of Nazism in the US and said Trump as President has a […]

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            GoT star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau has a solution to HBO leak

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            After a series of hacks and leaks have rocked HBO and its “Game of Thrones” show, actor Nikolaj Coster-Waldau says the network should go back to old-school ways of distribution to guard its content. In an interview with EW Morning Live, the actor said he feels that HBO should employ an old-school approach to protect […]

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            Priyanka Chopra trolled for wearing tricolour scarf on IDay

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            Priyanka Chopra was once again at the receiving end of online trolls when she donned a tricolour scarf to mark the country’s 70th Independence Day. The 35-year-old actor had posted a boomerang video on her social media accounts. She is seen sporting a stole resembling the national flag and swaying it in the air. “Independence […]

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            Jennifer Aniston calls me out on my bad jokes: Theroux

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            Actor Justin Theroux says his wife and actress Jennifer Aniston calls him out on his bad jokes. In an interview with Mr Porter luxury menswear site’s magazine The Journal, he insisted that his marriage to the Hollywood actress is no different to any other, reports dailymail.co.uk. The actor also said that they have learned to […]

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            Rapper Meek Mill arrested

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            Rapper Meek Mill has been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment here. Mill, whose real name is Robert Rihmeek Williams, was taken into custody on Thursday after police were called by witnesses who saw a group of people popping bikes and riding dangerously down the street, reports tmz.com. A police spokesman said Mill was seen […]

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            Elvis night held at Eden Academy, Mkg

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            Little Elvis from Eden Academy on Thursday evening rocked the celebration of King of Rock & Roll “Elvis Presley” organised by the Huntingboots Inc. in partnership with Eden Academy here. The programme was graced by Rupin Sharma IPS DG Prison, HG&CD, where he said that music and arts don’t have barrier and that the power […]

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              Book titled ‘Wounded Tiger: The papers of Khodao Yanthan’ released

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              Staff Reporter Dimapur, August 18 (EMN): A book titled ‘Wounded tiger: The papers of Khodao Yanthan,’ written by Fr. Abraham Lotha was released on Friday at Elim Hall of the Dimapur Ao Baptist Arogo (DABA), Dimapur. The book gives an overview of Yanthan’s life and work. The book, in the words of the author, presents […]

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              Nagabazar FC stuns New Market, Power Comm wins

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              Our Correspondent Kohima, August 18 (EMN): Nagabazar FC came from behind to beat New Market FC 2-1 at the ongoing Kohima Football League on Friday at the Kohima local ground. With the win, Nagabazar FC temporarily moved to third position with six points from four matches and New Market FC in the fifth place with […]

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              Seven women support referees to officiate at U-17 FIFA WC

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              New Delhi, August 18 (IANS): Seven women officials will be officiating as support referees for the upcoming FIFA Under-17 World Cup, which kicks off on October 6. The FIFA Referees Committee has appointed 21 trios of match officials, representing all six confederations. “For the first-ever time, FIFA has selected female referees for a men’s tournament. […]

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              Messi is heading in the right direction: Barcelona VP Mestre

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              Barcelona, August 18 (IANS): FC Barcelona’s most wanted player Lionel Messi will soon sign a contract extension, club Vice President Jordi Mestre has reassured fans. Speaking during the unveiling of new signing Paulinho on Thursday, Mestre said: “It’s already discussed and agreed. “Everything seems correct ahead of the signing. We are just waiting to fix […]

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              Spanish shuttler Marin vows to bring highest level to World Championships

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              Madrid, August 18 (IANS): Spanish 2016 Olympic gold medallist and two-time reigning world champion Carolina Marin has said that she is at her peak heading into next week’s Badminton World Championships in Glasgow. She said in a press conference on Thursday here that her game is in even better shape than at last year’s Summer […]

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              Deepa appeals for Khel Ratna, gets Haryana CM backing

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              New Delhi, August 18 (PTI): Ignored for this year’s Khel Ratna award, Rio Paralympics silver-medallist Deepa Malik and Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar have requested the Sports Ministry to reconsider her case but the government is unlikely to accept their “appeal”. The award selection panel has recommended javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia, the gold medal […]

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              India gear up for friendlies ahead of crucial Macau match

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              Mumbai, August 18 (PTI): It may not be of much help but the Indian football team will look to get some practice ahead of its AFC Asian Cup Qualifier game when it takes on lower-ranked Mauritius in the tri-nation series opener here tomorrow. Placed 97th in the FIFA rankings, India will friendly against St. Kitts […]

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              Sreesanth approaches Kerala HC after BCCI fails to act

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              Kochi, August 18 (IANS): Former Indian pacer S. Sreesanth, who on August 7 got a huge boost when the Kerala High Court lifted the life ban imposed on him by the BCCI, approached the court on Friday asking for relief as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) still has not acted in […]

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              10-men Khriekesa FC hold New Market FC 1-1, Power Comm earn a point

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              Kohima, August 17 (EMN): Neilabeituo Shiiya scored in the 86th minute on Thursday to help league leaders Khriekesa FC rally from a goal down and draw 1-1 against New Market FC. Despite missing a penalty and a red card for goalkeeper Medophrezo, Khriekesa team showed their class as they scored the equaliser in the dying […]

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              Real Madrid loses appeal against Ronaldo ban

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              Madrid, August 17 (IANS): Spain’s football federation have dismissed Real Madrid’s appeal against the five-match ban imposed on Portugese star forward Cristiano Ronaldo. Ronaldo was penalised for pushing the referee after he was sent off during the Blancos’ 3-1 win over Barcelona in Sunday’s first leg of the Spanish Super Cup, reports Efe. The Portuguese […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sarlongki Beh

                By   1 day ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with LC Sekhose

                By   1 week ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kekhrie Ringa

                By   2 weeks ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Neivizonuo Pienyii

                By   3 weeks ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with The Great Decade

                By   4 weeks ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Mharomo P Kithan

                By   1 month ago

                Mharomo P Kithan, Music faculty in Nagaland Conservatory of Music and Golden Crown Theological College is not new to the limelight. This young lad has been performing in and around India and has also performed abroad in places such as Norway, Spain, Ireland, Milan and Macau to name a few. He also represented India with […]

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                Rhythm fo Love: In conversation with Jasmine Ngiimei

                By   1 month ago

                An interview by Jenny Kashuila Jasmine Ngiimei from Tahamzam town (Senapati) Manipur found her love and passion for music when she participated at the Voice Hunt Competition 2012 Manipur. She has performed in major festivals such as Lui Ngai Ni, Barak Festival, shared stage with James Basnet and Abiogenesis. With an Inclination towards Gospel music, Jasmine […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘Arak’

                By   2 months ago

                With the intent to revive folk song/music among the youth as well as in the Karbi community, ‘Arak’ a band from the hilly region of Karbi Anglong and Dima Hasao has come together and started working towards establishing a place for folk music in the region’s music industry. With influences of western music among the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Lords of Rock

                By   2 months 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

                By   2 months ago

                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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