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Assam Chief Minister Sarbanada Sonowal
addresses the gathering after taking oath
at Veterinary College playground, Khanapara
in Guwahati on Tuesday. PTI Photo

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Royal Challengers Bangalore's AB De Villiers
plays a shot during the 1st qualifier IPL 2016
match against Gujarat Lions at Chinnaswamy
Stadium in Bengaluru on Tuesday. PTI Photo

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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee
enjoys watching aquarium fish at her Kalighat
residence in Kolkata on Tuesday. PTI Photo

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France's President Francois Hollande, left,
welcomes Sheik Ahmed el-Tayyib, Grand
Imam of Al-Azhar Mosque, prior to a meeting,
at the Elysee Palace, in Paris, Tuesday, May 24,
2016.AP/PTI

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Model Naomi Campbell poses on the observatory
of the Empire State Building in honor of Red Nose Day
on Tuesday, May 24, 2016, in New York. Red Nose Day
is a national event to raise money and awareness
for children in need. AP/ PTI

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Rio ready to serve where the people wants him to

A combination of pictures showing some of the scenes from the reception event organized by the supports of Neiphiu Rio at the airport on Tuesday.

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A mammoth turn out at the civic reception proves he is still popular among the masses   DIMAPUR, MAY 24 : This was an adoration of the kind that the people have in store for only the rarest of their leaders. And the outpour of such adoration from a mammoth assembly of people on Tuesday afternoon […]

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2 years of TR Zeliang’s ministry

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CM says solution to Naga political issue remains top priority KOHIMA, MAY 24 : A ‘thanksgiving service’ marking the completion of two years of power of the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN) government under the leadership of Chief Minister TR Zeliang was held at the State Banquet Hall, Kohima on Tuesday. In his address on the […]

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NGHSSEA on the ongoing agitation by teachers

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KOHIMA, MAY 24 : The Nagaland Government Higher Secondary School Employees’ Association (NGHSSEA) has today stated that strikes and agitations are counter-productive in educational system as it is the students who are the ultimate sufferers. A press release issued by NGHSSEA president Kelhikha Kenye and general secretary Chungngam Konyak conveyed appreciation to those who conducted the […]

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NPCC suggests Zeliang’s educational case be tried in other district court

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Dimapur, May 24 : Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) while expressing concern over Chief Minister T.R Zeliang filing false affidavit in the nomination papers that he passed B.A in 1980, said it was shocked to come across that the Judicial Magistrate First Class, Peren was transferred right after Guwahati High Court, Kohima Bench in its order […]

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DRDA employees demand salaries

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KOHIMA, MAY 24 : Expressing its resentment over the non-release of salaries, the officers and staffs of the District Rural Development Agencies (DRDA) under Rural Development through a representation has appealed the state government to release the salaries on or before May 31, failing which it has cautioned to resort to agitation or strike at any […]

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Various organisations condemn May 21 incident

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Dimapur, May 23 : Various organizations have condemned the May 21 incident wherein an unidentified armed miscreant sneaked into the residence of Jackson Patton, son of the State Home Minister Y. Patton at Sovima on Saturday night and fired blank shots and took away two armed licensed weapons from the house. NPF:  The NPF Central condemned […]

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Chakhroma GBs for smooth execution of 4-lane NH

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Dimapur, May 23 : The Chakhroma G.B’s Union has appealed to the villages under the jurisdiction of Angami Nagas wherever the proposed 4-lane Highway between Dimapur and Kohima crosses, to co-operate with the authorities without any impediment, provided the government clears all pending land compensations or other dues payable to the land owners as per the […]

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I don’t have anything against Rio: Dr. Shürhozelie

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KOHIMA, MAY 23 : Against the backdrop of a spew of allegations and counter-allegations in the media following the suspension order of Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio from primary and active membership of the Naga People’s Front (NPF) May 17 last, the party president Dr. Shürhozelie Liezietsu today said the reason behind the suspension is not […]

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    How Nagaland police can embrace HIV intervention roles

    LL Doungel speaking during the seminar on HIV-AIDS for law enforcers in Kohima town, on Tuesday, May 24.

    By   10 hours ago

    Law enforcement and HIV sufferers have a common ground in the context of redress. On its part, the police in Nagaland must have to see HIV-AIDS from the perspective of health intervention and not as a ground of prosecution, reports our Kohima Correspondent Atono Tsukru  KOHIMA, MAY 24 : Law enforcement, particularly the police force, always […]

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    Colony warns extortionists: Come extort, collect illegal ‘tax’ at your risk

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    Dimapur, May 24 : Citizens of Forest colony in Kohima town have issued a warning to extortionists – come to our colony and extort at your own peril.  The community has strongly warned against extortion or collection of any illegal “taxes” in the area. The Forest Colony Union of Kohima issued a note on Tuesday assuring […]

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    Aadhaar needed for scholarships; NBSE lists clauses

    By   10 hours ago

    Dimapur, May 24: The Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE) has informed that the Aadhaar card would be required to draw central sector scholarship from 2016. The chairman of the NBSE, Asano Sekhose, issued a notification on Tuesday listing out the riders for the scholarship. “Aadhaar has been made mandatory for disbursement of all scholarships with […]

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    Online application to DU’s undergrad courses underway

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    Dimapur, May 24 Students seeking admission to Delhi University for undergraduate courses for 2016 can now apply online. This year Delhi University will be taking applications “full of online” and “no offline” process will be involved, a notification from the PRO establishment of Nagaland House in Delhi stated on Tuesday. Important dates for undergraduate admission […]

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    Don’t shy away from sex and HIV-AIDS issues, churches told

    By   10 hours ago

    Dimapur, May 24: The Churches in Nagaland can no longer shy away from ‘moral issues’ such as sex but need to recognize and acknowledge its role in the spiritual narrative because sex is one reason the fight against HIV-AIDS must continue, participants at a recent seminar on HIV-AIDS in Mokokchung were told. Churches can be ‘the […]

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    Sorry Kohima, you flunked the Smart City exam–again!

    By   10 hours ago

    Dimapur, May 24 : Oh, well, at least the capital’s authorities appeared for the roll call. Kohima didn’t make it yet again to the winners’ list in the center’s Fast Track Competition that is currently on as part of the ambitious nationwide Smart City Program.  Closer home, even Manipur’s Imphal, once considered a wilderness plagued by […]

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    Longleng’s lifeline on the verge of collapse

    Longleng’s lifeline on the verge of collapse

    By   1 day ago

    DIMAPUR, MAY 23 : IT’S big and scary. The Langso Ayung Bridge, the lifeline of Longleng district, has become a frightening route for travelers and a nerve wrecking experience for commuters.  The image of the bridge that a concerned citizen sent to Eastern Mirror on Monday has a fright of its own. The photo itself describes […]

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    Army wives take campaign for girl child to Tsiese Basa

    Army wives take campaign for girl child to Tsiese Basa

    By   1 day ago

    DIMAPUR, MAY 22 : MEMBERS of the Assam Rifles Wives’ Welfare Association of 5-sector based at Tsiesema in Kohima district on Sunday campaigned for ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ (Save Girl Child Educate Girl Child) at Tsiese Basa village. Interacting with the women of the village, the association’s president Amardeep Bains talked to them about the importance […]

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      Sonowal sworn in as Assam’s first BJP CM, pledges poverty-free, inclusive Assam

      Guwahati: Assam Governor PB Acharya administers the oath to Sarbananda Sonowal as Chief Minister of Assam during a swearing-in ceremony at Veterinary College play ground, Khanapara in Guwahati on Tuesday. PTI Photo (PTI5_24_2016_000139B)

      By   13 hours ago

      GUWAHATI, MAY 24: SARBANANDA Sonowal was on Tuesday sworn in as the first BJP chief minister of Assam at a massive public meeting that was also attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his senior cabinet and party colleagues. Sonowal, 53, took the oath along with Himanta Biswa Sarma, the former Congress strongman who crossed over […]

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      Centre to assist Assam, NE states to develop as part of Act

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      GUWAHATI, MAY 24: PRIME Minister Narendra Modi today said the Centre would extend all assistance to Assam and other north eastern states to ensure their speedy development as part of the Act East Policy. “Assam will be the centre point to bring about effective all-round development of the entire North East and this region will emerge […]

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      Army promises to hit back hard on Manipur militants

      Imphal: Chief Minister of Manipur Okram Ibobi Singh pays tribute to the bodies of martyred soldiers of 29 Assam Rifles at Tulihal Airport, Imphal on Tuesday. PTI Photo (PTI5_24_2016_000022B)

      By   13 hours ago

      IMPHAL, MAY 24 : THE Army on Tuesday vowed to hit back hard on the militants who carried out an ambush which killed six Assam Rifles personnel in Manipur’s Chandel district on Sunday. “In counter-insurgency operation it is a matter of initiative and opportunity. They have been able to get this opportunity but it is not […]

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      Army promises to hit back hard on Manipur militants

      By   13 hours ago

      DIMAPUR, MAY 23 : THE All Naga Students’ Association Manipur (ANSAM) said it has been closely following the arbitrary impounding case of the passports of Naga Human Rights Activists Luingam Luithui and Peingamla Luithui which virtually exiled them since 1995.  “We are aware that their petition continues to be heard and another important hearing is coming […]

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      Floods in Manipur cause food shortage, power cuts

      By   1 day ago

      On Monday, Manipur was on the verge of being cut off from the rest of the country after rockslides hit the Imphal-Dimapur highway (NH-2) near Kohima in Nagaland, even as torrential rains continued to wreak havoc in the state. The Imphal-Silchar highway (NH-37) is already blocked due to multiple rockslides. Besides this a portion of […]

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      16 killed in accident in Arunachal

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      Itanagar, May 23 : At least 16 people were killed and one critically injured on Sunday when the vehicle they were travelling in skidded off the road and fell into a deep gorge in West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. The mishap occurred at around 12.30 p.m. when a pick-up vehicle was on its way to […]

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      BJP sets sights on Manipur and Meghalaya

      By   1 day ago

      Guwahati, May 23 :After demolishing the Congress in its stronghold of Assam, the BJP now aims to capture another two Congress ruled states – Manipur and Meghalya where assembly polls are scheduled to take place in 2017 and 2018 respectively. The BJP had already succeeded in making in roads in Manipur in last assembly elections […]

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      Assamese people will get due rights when illegal migrants are driven out: Sonowal

      By   1 day ago

      New Delhi, May 23 : Assamese people will get their due rights when illegal migrants are identified and driven out of the state, chief minister-designate Sabananda Sonowal today said while claiming that development, good governance and security are key issues why BJP was voted to power. “When Modi government reached the land settlement with Bangladesh, it […]

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        No threat from IS: Rajnath Singh

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24 : Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said there is no threat to India from Islamic State (IS) as people of the Muslim community are against the IS. “Along with the alertness of the security, the Muslims in India are against the IS. They cannot grow in India as Muslims won’t allow […]

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        Centre serves notice on IPS officer Satish Verma

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24 : The Centre has served yet another notice on senior IPS officer Satish Verma, who was a member of the Special Investigating Team (SIT) that probed the Ishrat Jehan case, seeking his reply to charges of alleged “misconduct” and “unauthorised absence” from duty. Verma, a 1986-batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre, is […]

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        Two-thirds people happy with Modi government: Survey

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24 : About two-thirds of the people in a survey done by a citizen engagement platform said they are happy with the two years of the Narendra Modi-led government’s performance. A survey done by LocalCircles concluded its 20 point citizen poll with over 15,000 citizens voting on each question. According to the survey, […]

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        Ministry instilled confidence among minorities: Najma Heptulla

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24 : Union Minority Affairs Minister Najma Heptulla on Tuesday said that instilling a sense of security and confidence among the minorities has been the biggest achievement of her ministry. “If you ask, I would say confidence-building has been my biggest achievement. It took a lot of effort and hard work,” Heptulla said […]

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        SC nixes plea for 100 percent cut in water to liquor industry

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24: The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to entertain a plea seeking 100 percent cut in supply of water to the liquor industry in Maharashtra so that millions of people faced with unprecedented drought could be provided water. Dismissing the plea as withdrawn, an apex court vacation bench of Justice Prafulla C. Pant […]

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        Scramble begins in BJP’s Kerala unit for union ministry berth

        By   11 hours ago

        Thiruvananthapuram, May 24: Having accomplished the party’s desire to opening its account in the Kerala assembly, top BJP leaders in the state have now begun a scramble to secure a possible ministerial berth in the Narendra Modi government where a reshuffle is on the cards. The Bharatiya Janata Party’s national leadership had promised the state leaders […]

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        Home ministry official arrested on graft charge sent to jail

        By   11 hours ago

        New Delhi, May 24 : A CBI court on Tuesday sent suspended home ministry official Anand Joshi in judicial custody till June 6 in a case of corruption. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) Special Judge Vinod Kumar remanded Joshi in 14 days’ judicial custody after the probe agency told the court that the accused was […]

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        ‘Transparency’ cameras installed by Chandy at CMO removed

        By   11 hours ago

        Thiruvananthapuram, May 24 : While Kerala’s chief minister-designate Pinarayi Vijayan speaks of fighting corruption at all levels, all the CCTV cameras were removed from the Chief Minister’s Office on Tuesday, a day ahead of his swearing in. Former chief minister Oommen Chandy had installed the cameras soon after he assumed office in 2011 and had said […]

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          Pakistan court annuls Zia-era change to Christian divorce law

          By   9 hours ago

          LAHORE, MAY 24 : Taking a cue from India, a Pakistani court has restored a law that was expunged by former military ruler Gen. Ziaul Haq, enabling Christian men to divorce their wives honourably without framing adultery charges. The Lahore High Court on Monday restored Section 7 of the Christian Divorce Act, 1869, enabling Christian men […]

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          Preliminary probe suggests explosion aboard EgyptAir plane before crash

          By   9 hours ago

          CAIRO, MAY 24 : The human remains retrieved from the wreckage of the crashed EgyptAir plane suggest there was an explosion aboard before it crashed in the Mediterranean Sea, sources from Egyptian Forensic Authority said on Tuesday. The examination of the small size of body parts recovered from the sea found they are in the same […]

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          Exercise may become anti-cancer therapy in future

          By   10 hours ago

          TORONTO, MAY 24 : A first-ever international clinical trial evaluating the effect of intense physical exercise to improve survival of men with advanced prostate cancer is now underway. Dr Fred Saad, urologist-oncologist and researcher at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) believes that physical exercise has a direct effect on cancer — as effective […]

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          Obama will not apologise for Hiroshima attack

          By   1 day ago

          TOKYO, MAY 23 : US President Barack Obama has asserted that during his visit to Japan for the G7 summit he will not be apologising for the atomic bombing of Hiroshima city during World War II. Obama said on Sunday that his visit to Hiroshima, the first city to suffer an atomic bombing, would emphasise friendly […]

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          18 girls dead in Thai school dormitory fire

          By   1 day ago

          BANGKOK, May 23 : At least 18 minor girls were killed and several others injured when a devastating fire swept through the dormitory of a private school for children of hill tribes in northern Thailand, police said today. Five school girls were injured in the blaze which broke out at the the two-storey building of Pithakkiart […]

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          Taliban chief’s ‘death’: US says he was killed, Pak claims he was not

          By   2 days ago

          ISLAMABAD, MAY 22: Pakistani media reports on Sunday said a US airstrike in Balochistan province killed a taxi driver and a passenger but not Taliban chied Mullah Mansour. CNN earlier on Sunday reported citing a US official that Mansour was was killed when the strike occurred in a remote area of the Pakistan-Afghanistan border, southwest of […]

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          Italian town ordered to remove signs urging respect for Christian traditions

          By   2 days ago

          ROME, MAY 22 : Italy’s Infrastructure Ministry has ordered a small town in the Lombardy Region to remove road signs asking those who wonÂ’t respect Christian traditions to leave. The signs stating that the town of Pontoglio adheres to “Western culture and deep Christian tradition” were erected several months ago. They also informed readers that “those […]

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          Trump promises to get rid of ‘gun free zones’

          By   3 days ago

          WASHINGTON, MAY 21 : Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has promised to get rid of “gun—free zones” if he is elected as the next US president. “Gun-free zones. We’re getting rid of gun-free zones, OK? I can tell you that,” Mr. Trump said in his address to the national convention of National Rifle Association (NRA) […]

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            Marc Anthony sued for double booking European tour

            Marc Anthony sued for double booking European tour

            By   12 hours ago

            Marc Anthony is being sued for double booking a European tour. The ‘I Need to Know’ singer is the subject of a Manhattan lawsuit from Amsterdam-based R&J Entertainment, who claim he signed a contract with them in January 2014 in which he agreed to perform in Rotterdam, London and Barcelona that year, and further shows […]

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            AC/DC perform ‘Touch Too Much’ for first time in 35 years

            AC DC perform ‘Touch Too Much’ for first time in 35 years

            By   12 hours ago

            AC/DC performed ‘Touch Too Much’ for the first time in 35 years in Prague on Sunday night (22.05.16). The ‘Highway to Hell’ rockers were performing at the Czech city’s Letnany Airport venue on their ‘Rock or Bust Tour’ when they surprised the crowd by playing the song, which hasn’t been on the band’s set list […]

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            Naga Talents Promo Kohima audition on May 27

            By   12 hours ago

            The organizers of Season 4 Naga Talents Promo 2016 has announced that the audition to the competition for Kohima district will be held on May 27, 3 pm onwards at Kohima Press Club (KPC) conference hall, Old KMC office, Kohima. Stating this in a press release, Endevor, the Kohima district organizers informed that aspiring participants […]

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            Celine Dion’s Billboard tears

            By   1 day ago

            Celine Dion broke down in tears when her son made a surprise appearance at the Billboard Music Awards to present her with a prize. The 48-year-old star was given a standing ovation as René-Charles, 15, appeared on stage with the Icon Award at the Las Vegas ceremony, where she made her first televised performance since […]

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            Khrielasier unveils Spring-Summer couture SS/16

            By   1 day ago

            Fashion enthusiasts and notable faces of the fashion industry were in attendance to witness upcoming fashion designer Khrielasier Liezietsu’s Spring-Summer couture SS/16 Collection on Saturday night at Capital Convention Centre in Kohima town.  20 dazzling models walked the ramp for Liezietsu’s Spring-Summer couture SS/16 Collection. Miss Nagaland 2009, Esther Natso walked for Liezietsu’s collection as […]

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            Swift, Gigi, Cara receive death threats

            By   1 day ago

            Singer Taylor Swift and supermodels Gigi Hadid and Cara Delevingne have received death threats online. Police are on the hunt for the alleged online abuser who is said to have posted messages to the trio, reports tmz.com. The abuser has sent Swift a message saying: “I will kill some of you”. To Delevingne, the abuser […]

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            Film industry is male dominated: Kajol

            By   1 day ago

            At 41, award-winning actress Kajol still stands strong and bold in the film industry. But the Padma Shri awardee, who has a film career spanning over two decades, believes that showbiz is “simply just another business” and is a man’s world. Wage inequality recently became a hot topic in Hollywood and Bollywood. Asked about gender […]

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            Prince ‘dead for six hours before he was found’

            Prince ‘dead for six hours

            By   2 days ago

            Prince may have been dead for up to six hours before his body was discovered last month. The 57-year-old musician passed away at his Paisley Park compound and, according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, “a responding paramedic told staff members, law enforcement officers and others at the scene” that he appeared to have been dead […]

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              Toronto Raptors hold off Cleveland Cavaliers 2-2

              By   10 hours ago

              Cleveland, May 24: Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan scored more than 30 points each as the Toronto Raptors withstood a ferocious Cleveland Cavaliers fightback to level their Eastern Conference final series on Monday with a 105-99 victory. Lowry scored 35 points while DeRozan weighed in with 32 as Toronto completed a victory that leaves the best-of-seven […]

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              Ten-man Tampines score late to knock Mohun Bagan out of AFC Cup

              By   10 hours ago

              Guwahati, May 24 : Ten-man Tampines Rovers scored in extra time to beat Mohun Bagan 2-1 in an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup pre-quarter final match here on Tuesday. Afiq Yunus scored in the 117th minute of the match to enter the quarter-finals of the competition exacting sweet revenge on Mohun Bagan, who defeated them 3-1 […]

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              Spanish footballers start training for Euro 2016

              By   10 hours ago

              Madrid, May 24: The first group of 18 footballers named by Spain coach Vicente del Bosque to prepare for the European Championships have started training at the headquarters of the country’s football federation. The 18 arrivals are seven members of Del Bosque’s 23-man squad for the Euros and 11 promising youngsters called to help with preparations, […]

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              MU to Mourinho, the man who resembles Ferguson

              By   10 hours ago

              London, May 24: Louis van Gaal has been sacked by Manchester United, but is Jose Mourinho the right replacement? There is a quote in the book ‘Jose Mourinho: The Secrets Behind His Success’ in which Alex Ferguson says of the Portuguese: “I look at Jose and I see myself reflected in many of the things he […]

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              Thunder humble Warriors to grab edge in West final

              By   1 day ago

              WASHINGTON, May 23: Kevin Durant scored 33 points and Russell Westbrook added 30 as the Oklahoma City Thunder routed defending NBA champion Golden State 133-105 Sunday to seize the lead in their playoff series. The Thunder grabbed a 2-1 edge in the best-of-seven Western Conference finals and seized momentum with a lopsided blowout, making Tuesday's fourth […]

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              Liezha ‘B’ lifts SZYO Sepaktakraw c’ship

              By   1 day ago

              Dimapur, MAY 23: Liezha ‘B’ Colony emerged as the winners in Sechü Zubza men’s sepaktakraw championship held on May 21 at WAPO Hall, Sechü Zubza. The second position was bagged by Liezha ‘A’ Colony. The championship was organized by the Sechü Zubza Youth Organisation (SZYO), as part of its 50th anniversary celebrations which falls this year. […]

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              15th Nagaland State Chess Challenger begins

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              KOHIMA, MAY 23: The 15th Nagaland State Chess Challenger 2016 got underway today at Red Cross Society Conference Hall, Kohima. A total of 34 senior and 11 junior players are taking part in the four-day championship which will conclude on May 26. The top 16 players of this years’ championship in senior category would be selected […]

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              Pankaj Advani wins Asian 6-Red Snooker title

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              MUMBAI, May 23: India’s ace cueist Pankaj Advani created history in Abu Dhabi by clinching the Asian 6-Red Snooker title. Advani thus became the first in the world to hold both world and continental titles in 6-red snooker at the same time, according to information received. The double IBSF World Six-Red Snooker Champion stamped his authority […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with VetaHuprem

                Style Spot In conversation with VetaHuprem

                By   12 hours ago

                Meet Kohima-based Veta Huprem, a talented designer who has been passionately working behind the scene with his first love ‘leather’. A dedicated fan of Leather products, workaholic Veta turned his fondness for the material into his profession. He is a self trained and self made entrepreneur. Get to know more about Veta Huprem and learn […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Gloria Ovung

                Gloria Ovung

                By   1 week ago

                Style Spot brings you Gloria Ovung an aesthetic designer immensely inspired by rich traditional attire. Gloria’s interests developed as a kid, who instead of playing with her dolls would spend time knitting and designing clothes for them. Designing came naturally to her. Read on to find out more about the budding designer! EASTERN MIRROR: Tell […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Talien and Talitemjen (PAWF)

                Talien and Talitemjen

                By   2 weeks ago

                Talien and Talitemjen are the brains behind ‘PAWF’ (Performing Arts with Fitness). the duo have started a new trend, making every one in the state move their feet and work towards living a healthier lifestyle. When one does not have a healthy lifestyle what is the point of looking gorgeous/handsome? Talien and Talitemjen chats with […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Velhousa Movi

                Velhousa Movi

                By   3 weeks ago

                Renowned Naga designer Velhousa Movi is a known face in the fashion industry, a defining moment for the designer was winning the North East Ethnic Fashion in 2014. His collection speaks volumes on his love for traditional fabric and design, and his aim is to give customers a sense of confidence through his pieces. In […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Kenei Rhakho

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                By   4 weeks ago

                Kenei Rakho modelling journey began when she participated at the 2012 Miss Dimapur, she has since won the 6th Angels Mega Model Hunt organized by Get Gorgeous Society Nagaland has made a mark in various prestigious platforms such as Miss Northeast, Northeast diva to a name a few. Groomed by renowned personalities in the like […]

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                Style Spot- In conversation with Project 72Hrs

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                By   1 month ago

                Style is an option, cleanliness is not. Project 72 Hours, a Kohima based community organizers have set a new trend in the state “painting the city clean and trendy”. The “Wall of Hope” is the talk of the town and the team has been painting the city more chic and adding more layer to the […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Suliya Swu

                Suliya Swu

                By   1 month ago

                Suliya Swu , a graduate from the International Institute of Fashion Technolgy is loyal to her ethnic roots, incorporating and highlighting her culture in her designs. She believes the art of fashion is in the simplicity of design with unique sprinkles of inspiration. Read on to get creative with Suliya. EASTERN MIRROR: When did you […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Ongtiong Kichu

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                By   2 months ago

                Ongtiong Kichu’s passion for designing began at the young age of 14 and his desire for creating complex and sophisticated designs has made him the prodigy he is today. He credits his unceasing passion for fashion as giving himthe courage to live his dream. Ongtiong’spieces are a blend of contemporary design with tribal patterns. EASTERN […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special Angami Pork recipe of WTF, Kohima

                  Angami pork dish

                  By   2 days ago

                  Where’s The Food? (WTF), opened its doors on November 29, 2013! It is a local restaurant serving a variety of Naga dishes made with freshly prepped and locally sourced produce!  WTF is located at New Minister Hill, LFS, at Kuozhii view Tower Point, landmark Cathedral. Apart from serving local delicacies, Chinese & Indian Fast food […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special Crispy Chilly Potatoes of Bambusa

                  Bambusa

                  By   1 week ago

                  Bambusa, one of the most famous traditional restaurants in Nagaland, based both in Dimapur and Kohima serves an array of Chinese, Indian and local cuisines. It also caters to events. The two branches of Bambusa restaurant in Kohima and Dimapur are furnished with traditional bamboo chairs, tables and various other attractive bamboo crafts. A visit […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special recipe of Highnoon Cafe Dimapur

                  James Ngullie

                  By   2 weeks ago

                  Chef James Ngullie, a finalist in Naga Chef, showcases his love of food through his restaurant ‘Highnoon Diners’. “Highnoon diners” located at Super Market Complex caters to a wide variety of Chinese and Continental dishes. The chef today shares his recipe for ‘Beef Steak- A soul delight’ which is one the main dishes served at […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special momo recipe by Phaliya Kent | P10

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                  By   3 weeks ago

                  Eastern Mirror with its feature ‘Good morning Nagaland’ aims to highlight all the important traditional dishes that distinct every tribe of Nagaland through their unique ways of cooking. ‘Good Morning Nagaland’ after successfully completing its venture of sharing various traditional dishes of Nagaland and other parts of the country is now set to promote various […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Chicken Biryani recipe of ‘Food- the EAT WELL place’

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                  By   1 month ago

                  Recently opened ‘Food – the EAT WELL place’ located at Old Minister’s Hill, Jail Colony Road, Kohima serves a variety of Chinese and Indian Dishes. The exciting new place is a dream come true for a determined and hard working group of friends. CHICKEN BIRYANI Ingredients (4 servings) Rice ½ kg basmati rice Butter Oil […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: ‘Chicken Chop Suey’ special recipe of KK Restaurant

                  By   1 month ago

                  The recently opened KK Restaurant located near City Tower Dimapur has already earned a great reputation amongst food lovers of the district. The restaurant is run by Kunga from the Tibetan community, a resident of Dimapur for more than 25 years. The restaurant serves delicious local, chinese and continental dishes that entice customers and keep […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Chicken mushroom soup recipe of Café Planet Earth, Kohima

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                  By   1 month ago

                  Located in the heart of Kohima Town, Café Planet Earth offers the best in Chinese food – serving arguably one the best dumplings (Momos) to be found in the area (as per customer feedback). The menu includes popular Chinese dishes like chow mein, fried rice, chicken chilli, manchurian and a number of indian dishes as […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Double chocolate Orangecake recipe by Pito Kiba

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                  By   2 months ago

                  Food enthusiast Pito Kiba pursued a Diploma in baking and cake art with the hopes of running his very own café and bakery. Today he has quite a following on Social Media and is blessed with a busy schedule preparing orders for weddings and birthdays. Prepare your tastebuds for a yummy treat as you try […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Seilansang Khongsai

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                    By   5 days ago

                    Seilensang Khongsai an up and coming 20 year old artist from Dimapur, raised in a deeply religiously family started singing from the early age of twelve. Seilanang says he started singing in the church which eventually helped him build his confidence to come out of his comfort zone and now with his debut single “Sunshine […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Mengu Suokhrie

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                    By   2 weeks ago

                    Mengu Suokhrie[/caption]Mengu Suokhrie[/caption]Mengu Suokhrie, vocally trained in Classical and Contemporary music is no new contender to the music scene. She rose to widespread fame with her YouTube video “You’re mine” which now has over 80000 views. Through her songs she connotes the existence of both the good and bad side of life, but also reminds […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kevizenuo Kire

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                    By   3 weeks ago

                    Kevizenuo Kire popularly known as Kevi Kire who grew up performing in churches and social gatherings says that her biggest epiphany was when she realized music was the thing she was most interested in life. With a masters degree in Sociology, Kevi Kire wishes to learn more about the social aspects of society whilst reaching […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Romet and Seyie

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                    By   4 weeks ago

                    ‘Romet and Seyie’, two talented artists from two different parts of Nagaland came together to share the gospel through music, the duo met during a landslide camp at Sezo Hotel.  EASTERN MIRROR: ‘Romet and Seyie’……….how did your musical career start off. Romet and Seyie: It all started and began with an interesting friendship during a […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Joseph Konyak

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                    By   1 month ago

                    Joseph Konyak is an upcoming singer/songwriter from Dimapur, Nagaland. The son of a retired Indian army officer, Joseph started singing Hindi songs from an early age at various events organised in the Indian army camps. Sonu Nigam, KK and Ash King are artists that he draws inspiration from. He dreams of making it big in […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Redolent

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                    By   1 month ago

                    Rock band REDOLENT formed in the summer of 2003 is a testimony of sheer hardwork. They made full use of what little was received from contributions by well-wishers and friends and today they are one of the most recognised bands in Northeast India. Fuelled with determination and hard work their lucky break came when they […]

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                    In conversation with Castor

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                    By   2 months ago

                    Castor is a music project started in 2012 by an artist who wishes to remain anonymous! The artist explains how his startup with Castor was a pretty ‘everyday’ story. Read on to learn more about the mysterious artist behind ‘Castor’ as he reveals to ‘Rhythm of Love’ all about his project and his musical aspirations. […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yanpvuo Kikon

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                    By   2 months ago

                    Considering the growing number of talented number of musicians in the state with no proper platform to showcase their work, young Yanpvuo Kikon launched the website ‘indihut.com’ in the year 2013. Yanpvuo and his brother Liyo started the site with the sole aim of providing a proper platform for the musicians of the NE with […]

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