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Five passenger trains introduced for Rangiya Railway Division

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Maligaon, April 13 (EMN): The numbers of passenger originating from Rangiya Railway Division has increased by 5.66% to 157.06 lakhs and Passenger earnings have shown an increase of 11.86% in comparison to last year maintained a press note from Chief Public Relations Officer (CPRO), N.F Railway, Maligaon.

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After 16 years, Meghalaya to build assembly building

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Shillong, April 13 (IANS): Meghalaya will start constructing the assembly building to replace a 125-year-old Burmese teak building reduced to ashes 16 years ago, officials said on Thursday. From March 2001, assembly sessions have been held at the state’s central library auditorium and later shifted to arts and culture auditorium within the premises of Brookside, […]

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‘Not just normal academics, physiological education needed’

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Kohima, April 13 (EMN): Dr. Zavise Rume, associate professor of the SCERT and the president of Nagaland Education Association (NEA), has underlined the need to focus on physiological, emotional and psychological wellbeing of the students, rather than a normal school routine exercise. Speaking as a resource person on the topic “Importance of counselling and career […]

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BJP’s Ranoj Pegu wins Dhemaji by-poll in Assam

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Guwahati, April 13 (IANS): The BJP retained the Dhemaji assembly seat on Thursday when its candidate Ranoj Pegu won the by-election to the assembly, defeating Babul Sonowal of the Congress by a margin of over 9,000 votes. While Pegu polled 75,217 votes, Sonowal garnered 65,932 votes, the Election Commission website showed. Jadu Hazarika of the […]

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Tuensang gets ‘garbage collection vehicles’

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Dimapur, April 13 (EMN): Garbage collection vehicles have been released for Tuensang on April 11. A programme marking the event was conducted at the town hall in Tuensang town. T Khongo, brand ambassador of the Swatchh Bharat Mission for Tuensang district was the chief guest of the event. Speaking during the occasion, he appreciated the […]

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Subhas Bose’s Visit to Nagaland in 1944

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Tapan Chattopadhyay After decades of state-sponsored indifference common people and historians have suddenly become interested now in the battle of Kohima and Imphal in the context of India’s freedom and the end of the British rule. The change of guard at the centre alone is not responsible for this change; there is rethinking on this […]

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Deprived Of Education, 65-Year-Old Yellow Cab Driver Runs Two Schools, Orphanage in Sundarbans

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By Sahana Ghosh | IANS It’s been a bumpy ride for a 65-year-old yellow cab driver, Gazi Jalaluddin. A good student who was forced to give up formal education due to poverty, he now runs two schools and an orphanage in his native Sundarbans, ensuring a smoother journey for the underprivileged in a land at the […]

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The Consequences the Nagas Suffer Due to Ignorance

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For long enough we Nagas have suffered our lives at the hands of the ignorant forces under the guise of a patriotic or ‘true leader’ of the people as if we never had a choice to turn the tables for once. Therefore we for once have decided to do something unorthodox that could and have […]

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Why Did Jesus Have to Die?

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Yesterday, the Christians all over the world observed Maundy Thursday, the first of three Holy Week observances relating to the events surrounding Christ’s passion. Maundy Thursday marks the occasion of the last Passover Christ observed with his disciples, as well as the first Eucharist. Today the Christians across the land observe the Good Friday. Two […]

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Forest minister vows to deliver services to people

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Kohima, April 13 (EMN): Minister of Environment, Forests & Climate Change, Imkong L Imchen, vowed loyalty and allegiance to the forest personnel in order to deliver services to the people of the State. Speaking at the interactive meeting with the forest department officials at the conference room of the Principal Chief Conservator of Forests & […]

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