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Naga Hoho and ENPO come together to honour TR Zeliang

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Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APRIL 28 A mammoth gathering of civil society braving the scorching heat of Dimapur on Thursday, April 28, received Nagaland’s Chief Minister T.R.Zeliang and accorded him tributes for bringing laurels to the state for his winning an award called “lifetime achievement award in transformation,” conferred on him during the 6th Global Leadership […]

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MP Rio urges House to implement its slogans in letter and in spirit

EMN DIMAPUR, APRIL 28 The central government’s talk of bridging the gap between the northeast states with the rest of the country –in terms of infrastructure and human resource – should be accompanied by proportionate financial funding, and not just mere slogans.

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CCSU calls silent procession in Tuensang today

EMN Dimapur, April 28 With the deadline, served on the state government to finalize pending issue and lift the ban imposed on its proposed conference, expired on April 25 the Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) has called a silent procession tomorrow at Tuensang headquarters.

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ANSTA, NSSFOF serve ultimatum to government

EMN Dimapur, April 28 The All Nagaland School Teachers Association (ANSTA) and Nagaland Secondary Schools Field Officers Forum (NSSFOF) have alleged that inspite of repeated request for smooth flow of the department through bifurcation, government remained adamant and nothing has been initiated so far.

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Governor Acharya calls for transformative change in villages

EMN Dimapur, April 28 Governor PB Acharya has appealed to all the people of Nagaland to bring transformative changes in the villages. The governor in his message on the occasion of National Panchayati Day 2016, said that progress depends on the development of villages and that panchayats should have infrastructure development in every field. He […]

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Kohima campaigns for smoke-free city

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Our Correspondent KOHIMA, APRIL 28 Kohima has been declared a ‘Smoke-free City’ by Rovilatuo Mor, IAS, Deputy Commissioner and Chairman of DLCC, Kohima following a memorandum submitted by the students of tobacco free schools, Kohima today at a campaign for smoke-free Kohima city. The programme is being organised by the District Tobacco Control Cell Kohima, […]

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Centre extends ceasefire with NSCN-R for 1 year

EMN DIMAPUR, APRIL 27 THE ceasefire agreement between the Union government and the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Reformation) (NSCN-R) has been extended by another year starting Thursday. A ceasefire is in operation between the Union government and the NSCN-R, a faction of the NSCN movement. Reviewing the validity of the pact, the Centre decided […]

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    Demand for ‘Tseminyu district’ finds support

    EMN Dimapur, April 28 A local organization representing the Rengma community has added its weight to the demand of the Rengma Hoho to make Tseminyu subdivision a district. Tseminyu subdivision is currently under Kohima district. The organization, the Rengma Selo Zi, issued a statement on Thursday supporting the initiative of the Rengma Hoho for a […]

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    Mkg’s ‘unsafe midday meal rice’ kaput

    This photograph issued by a local youth group from Mokokchung on Thursday said “infested sacks of rice”, as seen in the image, meant for use as a midday meal for school children were destroyed. On April 28, bags of ‘unsafe rice’ were disposed off, according to youth organization Mokokchung Town Lanur Telongjem.

    EMN Dimapur, April 28 Bags of ‘unsafe midday meal rice’ that were allegedly being fed to school children as part of the midday meal scheme (MDM) in Mokokchung town are said to have been disposed, of course, closely watched by local community groups. The ‘unsafe’ and ‘substandard’ rice, according to a local youth group, the […]

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    Citizens pool resources to work the good dirty work

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    A Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APRIL 28 It is a fight that everyone must have to fight dirty–the good dirty fight though. With garbage heaps increasing in and around Dimapur–increasingly perceived to be one of the dirtiest urban areas in Nagaland–citizens of a local municipal community on April 28 have had to pool resources and manpower […]

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    Falling Nagaland hotels choose ‘one govt. one tax’

    ‘Denial of one’s right to live and prosper is cowardice’  EMN Dimapur, April 28 One of extortionists’ favourite business targets, hostels and restaurants, have decided that they will no longer pay the so-called taxes to the underground groups unless there was only one tax and only to a unified entity.

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    ‘Time for Nagaland to strive for laziness-free badge’

    Our Correspondent KOHIMA, APRIL 28 Indeed, it is a strange picture for Nagaland’s population: with every cry of unemployment, there are 10 new non-Naga faces that come in to occupy ten jobs. The lack of respect for labour and manual work especially from the youth and so-called ‘educated” youths, is creating a free market that […]

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    State’s HSLC & HSSLC results on May 3

    EMN Dimapur, April 28 The Nagaland Board of School Education has informed that the results of the HSLC and HSSLC examinations for 2016 conducted by the Nagaland Board of School Education would be released, tentatively, on May 3. The board issued a circular on Thursday informing about the schedule. The results shall be made available […]

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    Govt. orders strict compliance with Flag Code of India

    EMN Dimapur, April 28 The Ministry of Home Affairs has noted that plastic-material national flags are being used in place of paper flags during important events. Because plastic flags are not biodegradable like the paper flags, they do not decompose for a long time and are harmful to the atmosphere, the government stated in a […]

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      Assam Congress leader accused of rape, cheating denied bail

      IANS GUWAHATI, APRIL 28 The Gauhati High Court on Thursday rejected the anticipatory bail plea of Assam Congress leader Pranjit Choudhury, who is missing and reportedly on the run for more than three weeks after being booked for cheating, rape and forcible abortion. Assam Police had earlier served two notices and conducted searches at Choudhury’s […]

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      CM’s wife, Sangma’s son file nomination papers

      PTI TURA, APRIL 28 Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma’s wife Dikkanchi D Shira and Purno A Sangma’s son Conrad Sangma today filed their nomination papers for the Tura Lok Sabha bypoll scheduled for May 16. The bypoll was necessitated following the demise of former Lok Sabha Speaker Purno A Sangma earlier this year. Both filed […]

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      Marak not to contest Lok Sabha by-poll

      IANS SHILLONG, APRIL 28 In a dramatic U-turn, Meghalaya’s independent legislator, Rophul S. Marak, on Thursday said he won’t contest the by-election to the Tura Lok Sabha seat on May 16. On Tuesday night, Marak quit the post of Parliamentary Secretary to contest the by-poll which followed the demise of former Lok Sabha Speaker Purno […]

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      Pranab Mukherjee, Giri’s plaques missing from Manipur war monument

      IANS Imphal, April 27 On a day when Manipur paid homage to its soldiers who laid down their lives defending the then princely state against the British in 1891, the BJP on Wednesday said plaques bearing the names of presidents V.V. Giri and Pranab Mukherjee were missing from the Khongjom War Memorial complex. It was […]

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      Imphal-Moreh highway blocked

      Newmai News Network IMPHAL, April 27 Traffic along Imphal-Moreh road disrupted on Wednesday for the second consecutive day as protesters continued to block the highway section demanding the authorities to find out the cause of Sagolsem Prashanta’s death. The 23-year-old was reportedly found committed suicide by hanging himself from a tree at Tera Makhong in […]

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      Huge arms, explosives haul in Meghalaya districts

      PTI SHILLONG, APRIL 27 Huge cache of arms and explosives belonging to a militant groups were recovered on Tuesday in the South Garo Hills and East Jaintian Hills district during twin raids, police said. The arms and ammunition seizure at South Garo Hills were suspected to belong to little known militant group United People’s Revolutionary […]

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      ULFA(I) leader neutralised in Tinsukia

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      EMN TINSUKIA, APRIL 27 On a specific input of presence of Self Styled Sergeant Major Rongmon Asom alias Mecuri , a wanted terrorist of ULFA(I) in Upper Assam, a search operation was launched by an Army team inTalpathar village of Tinsukia district of Assam on 25 April 2016. On 27 April 2016, Self Styled Sergeant […]

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        Sonia must tell who gained from VVIP chopper scam: Amit Shah

        BJP chief Amit Shah (Left) and Congress chief Sonia Gandhi.

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 28 BJP chief Amit Shah on Thursday launched a sharp attack on Congress chief Sonia Gandhi over the VVIP chopper scam and asked her to name those who received the “kickbacks”. “All I want to ask her is that those who gave bribe are in jail in Italy, then where are […]

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        RTIs, PILs a ‘big problem’, Rajya Sabha MPs say

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 28 Rajya Sabha members have termed RTIs and PILs as a “big problem” for the country, with Samajwadi Party alleging that the Right to Information (RTI) Act was passed “under US pressure”. Some other members also joined in expressing concern during the Question Hour over the “misuse” of RTI, after which […]

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        Swamy’s comments cause ruckus in Rajya Sabha, are expunged again

        IANS NEW DELHI, APRIL 28 The Rajya Sabha on Thursday witnessed angry scenes with the opposition and treasury benches involved in a war of words after BJP member Subramanian Swamy mentioned the name of a European nation, a reference later expunged by the chair. Swamy came in the direct line of fire of Leader of […]

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        Bengal polls fifth phase to decide fate of 4 Narada ‘stung’ Trinamool biggies

        Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister and TMC Supremo Mamata Banerjee at an election campaign rally in support of party candidates in Kolkata on Thursday. PTI Photo by Swapan Mahapatra  (PTI4_28_2016_000228B)

        IANS KOLKATA, APRIL 28 With four of the Trinamool Congress leaders “caught” accepting “illegal money” in the purported Narada sting operation contesting the fifth phase of assembly polls on Saturday, it is seemingly a litmus test for West Bengal’s ruling party which has been battling corruption charges levelled by the opposition.

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        VVIP chopper scam: ‘Find out why Italian court mentioned you,’ BJP tells Sonia Gandhi

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 27 Hitting back at Sonia Gandhi, the BJP on Wednesday asked the Congress president to use her “old relations” in Italy to find out why an Italian court mentioned her name in AgustaWestland corruption case and said more revelations are on the way. Union minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy said the government […]

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        Oust Mamata to save Bengal: Buddhadeb, Rahul

        IANS KOLKATA, APRIL 27 Sharing the stage together at a public meet here, CPI-M veteran and former West Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi on Wednesday called for ousting the “undemocratic” Mamata Banerjee government to save the state. Addressing a rally at the Park Circus ground here, where a host […]

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        Tibetans in exile re-elect Lobsang Sangay as prime minister

        AP DHARMSALA, APRIL 27 Lobsang Sangay has been re-elected prime minister of the Tibetan government-in-exile in voting held last month, officials announced Wednesday, with Sangay saying the election shows that Tibetans in exile “are practicing democracy, whereas China is not.” Tibetan election officials announced the result in the northern Indian town of Dharmsala, the headquarters […]

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          Global warming to deplete oxygen in oceans: Study

          A new study has found that loss of oxygen in oceans due to climate change, which is already discernible in some parts of the world, should be evident across large regions of the oceans between 2030 and 2040.

          IANS NEW YORK, APRIL 28 There’s bad news for marine life. A new study has found that loss of oxygen in oceans due to climate change, which is already discernible in some parts of the world, should be evident across large regions of the oceans between 2030 and 2040. Large-scale ocean deoxygenation could leave fish, […]

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          Kohinoor given to Britain after agreement: Pakistan

          IANS ISLAMABAD, APRIL 27 Pakistan’s Punjab government has said that the famed Kohinoor diamond was given to Britain following an agreement between Maharaja Ranjit Singh and the East India Company in 1849. A Punjab government official on Tuesday made this statement in the Lahore High Court during the hearing of a petition for bringing the […]

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          300 year old Gurdwara reopens in Pak after 73 years amid security fears

          AP PESHAWAR, APRIL 27 An armed policeman stood guard outside the 300-year-old gurdwara, in northwest Pakistan. He kept a watchful eye on everyone who passed him on the narrow street, looking for a suspicious gesture, or a bulge beneath the clothes that hints at a hidden gun or a bomb. Earlier this month, the gurdwara […]

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          Hillary has 3% lead over Trump, Sanders 11%: Poll

          IANS WASHINGTON, APRIL 26 In a head-to-head match-up, Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton has a three percent advantage nationally over her Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a new poll. The latest George Washington University Battleground (GW Battleground) poll puts her ahead at 46 to 43, with 11 percent of the voters undecided.

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          3,000-year-old coffins discovered in China

          IANS BEIJING, APRIL 26 Three sets of coffins, believed to have been buried 3,000 years ago, were discovered in China’s Henan province, sources said on Tuesday. They were unearthed on Monday and taken to a museum in Anyang city, Xinhua cited local archaeological sources as saying.

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          ‘Over 8,000 people trafficked annually in Nepal’

          IANS KATHMANDU, APRIL 26 More than 8,000 people are trafficked annually in Nepal, the latest report by National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has revealed. Unveiling its national report on Monday, NHRC claimed that over 16,000 citizens, mostly women and children, were trafficked in the past two fiscals 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, Xinhua news agency reported.

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          Death toll rises to 24 in Mexico petrochemical plant blast

          A view of an area damaged by an explosion at Mexican national oil company Pemex’s Pajaritos petrochemical complex in Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz State, Mexico on Friday.

          AP COATZACOALCOS, APRIL 22 The death toll from an explosion that ripped through a petrochemical plant on Mexico’s southern Gulf coast is now 24, state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos reported. Pemex raised the toll late Thursday from the 13 fatalities previously known and said eight workers remained missing. It also said 19 people remained hospitalized, […]

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            Page and Robert Plant unlikely to testify in plagiarism trial

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            A trial to determine whether Led Zeppelin plagiarized the Spirit song “Taurus” while writing “Stairway to Heaven” continues to proceed toward its scheduled May 10 start. As previously reported, Zeppelin attorneys lost their bid to prevent the trial several weeks ago, ending years of legal maneuvering over the case’s validity on a number of grounds. […]

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            Prescription painkillers found in Prince’s possession

            Investigators found prescription painkillers in Prince’s possession following his sudden death last week, law-enforcement sources said Wednesday. The local Minnesota sheriff investigating the tragedy has asked for help from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration in determining what role painkillers may have played in the “Purple Rain” singer’s death, sources told NBC News. Prince’s friends have […]

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            Akshay Kumar to award the girl who fought her molester


            A few days back, Shreya Naik, a 19-year-old college student from Andheri, reportedly beat up a man who tried to molest her near her house. Naik had learnt martial arts at a self-defence training centre that is run by Bollywood actor Akshay Kumar and Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray. Women are trained for free at […]

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            Lindsay Lohan’s former driver sues for unpaid bills

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            Lindsay Lohan’s former driver has asked a judge to order her to pay him more than $35,000. Edson Ricci filed a lawsuit against the ‘Mean Girls’ actress last year, in which he claimed she failed to pay for his services, and as she hasn’t responded to his allegations for over a year, he has now […]

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            Megadeth release 360º video for Poisonous Shadows

            Megadeth have released a 360º video for their track Poisonous Shadows, offering viewers the chance to watch the performance from different perspectives. It’s a live version of a piece taken from the band’s 15th album Dystopia, which was launched in January. Mainman Dave Mustaine recently completed shooting a pilot episode for a reality TV series […]

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            Beyoncé Hints Jay Z Cheated on New Album

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            The 34-year-old singer has seemingly hit out at her husband – whom she married in 2009 and with whom she has four-year-old daughter Blue Ivy – in her new visual video ‘Lemonade’, which she dropped on HBO over the weekend, for allegedly committing an adultery offence. In the hard-hitting clip, which sees the couple cuddling […]

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            R&B singer Billy Paul dead at 80

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            R&B singer Billy Paul, mostly known for his 1972 hit single “Me and Mrs. Jones”, has passed away. He was 80. Paul died at his home in New Jersey on April 24 due to a “serious medical condition”, reports He was recently diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. A statement on his website read: “We regret […]

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              Journey of Neitho as soccer player

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              Neidilhoutuo Sechü KOHIMA, APRIL 28 Here’s an upcoming Naga footballer who is determined to become a professional someday. This promising soccer player is just 17 years old, yet, a glimpse at his achievements, till date, speaks volume of what is in store for this young man who has the ambition to play at the top […]

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              India named third in worldwide doping violation by WADA report

              PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 28 Lightweights in the competitive arena but India continued to rule the roost as far as doping was concerned, placed once again in the top three in a WADA report based on the information supplied by various national bodies. India had the third highest Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs) in 2014, with […]

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              Meeting for 8th NVFA held at Phek

              EMN KOHIMA, APRIL 28 A joint meeting of the Phek District Veteran Football Association (PDVFA) and organizing committee for the forthcoming 8th Nagaland Veteran Football Association (NVFA) tournament was held today at Phek DPDB Conference Hall. The 8th edition of NVFA tournament will take place at Phek next year. PDVFA president Salie Khesoh said that […]

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              Asia Badminton Championship: Saina sails to quarters, Sindhu sinks

              PTI CHINA, APRIL 28 Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal today reached the quarterfinals of the Asia Badminton Championship after brushing aside Thailand’s Nitchaon Jindapol in straight games, here today. The fifth seeded Indian prevailed 21-14 21-18 over Jindapol to take her head-to-head record to 7-0 against the Thai player. The World No 8 will take […]

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              7-yr old Tajamul Islam to represent India at World Kickboxing C’ships


              PTI J&K, APRIL 28 Looks can be deceptive and that holds true for Tajamul Islam, a seven-year-old soft-spoken girl from a remote north Kashmir village, who is the national kickboxing champion and is all set to represent India at an international event in Italy. Tajamul won national recognition when she bagged the gold medal in […]

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              Joshna exits in 2nd round of World squash c’shipe 3 at Houston

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              PTI KUALA LUMPUR, APRIL 27 India’s challenge at the World women’s squash championship ended after Joshna Chinappa crashed out in the second round of the tournament here today. Up against the top seed and world number one Laura Massaro of England, the Indian national champion failed to put up a fight, going down 3-11 6-11 […]

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              Sports Ministry gives NOC to new boxing body’s registration

              PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 27 Decks are being cleared for the smooth conduct of a new boxing federation’s election with the Sports Ministry on Wednesday giving the go ahead for the proposed body’s registration besides agreeing to depute an observer for the polls. “Sports Ministry grants NOC for registration of Boxing Federation of India, will […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Kenei Rhakho

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                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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                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

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                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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                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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                Style Spot: In conversation with Opang Jamir

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                Young, charming and honest – Opang Jamir (OJ)won the 2012 Mr. India International pageant and has since then, been a successful model who has walked for major Indian designers. Style Spot caught up with OJ and getting candid with Style Spot OJ talks us through his not so sweet to sweet moments of his career. EASTERN […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Aida Events


                AIDA EVENTS a collaboration of four empowered and motivated women, Livika Swu, Kali Yepthomi, Liza Ayemi and Heli Ayemi. The group have been working behind the scenes providing a platform for talented designers in order  to promote and encourage skill development in the field. These ladies have been working behind the camera and on today’s […]

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                In conversation with Keren Kavi Sumi

                From being a successful model Keren Kavi has also added successful entrepreneur to her impressive résumé.  Passionate about her ability and hungry to experience life, she has made Mumbai her second home and runs an Image Consultancy Institute nurturing young talents. Keren has all it takes to inspire anybody. EASTERN MIRROR: What drew you to […]

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

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                  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

                  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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                  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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                  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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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special Meat Balls recipe of ‘Black and White’ Mkg

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                  The restaurant BLACK & WHITE located at Police Point (Town Square), Mokokchung Town serves a rich variety of cuisines, which include continental, Indian, Chinese, etc. Thirty six year old Tairenla (Nunu) is the proprietor and head chef of this budding restaurant. Her interest in preparing different dishes was influenced by her father late Imtimeren, a […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Chocolate Brownie recipe by Susanna Shiem Shiu


                  Ingredients: Chocolate (dark)-200gm Butter-170gm Egg- 3nos Brown sugar- 200gm Refined Flour- 110gm Method: Preheat oven to 180 degree Celsius. Melt the chocolate and butter in a bain marie (double boiler) Then set it aside and let it cool. Whisk egg and brown sugar in a bowl And stir in the melted chocolate. Sieve flour and […]

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special Smoked Chicken recipe By ‘The Morung’, Ghy

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                  Located at the heart of Guwahati city, The Morung offers a range of delicacies ranging from ethnic Naga cuisines like Axone, Anishi etc to fusion dishes like smoked chilli pork. The journey of ‘The Morung’ started 4 years back at Rajgarh when an ex corporate executive, Rudra Deka decided to start the venture after falling […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Romet and Seyie

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                    ‘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


                    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


                    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


                    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


                    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 ‘’ 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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                    Virie Kts: The New Girl Next Door

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                    Local singer Virie Kts announced her presence to the local music scene with a cover of Lorde’s hit single, ‘Yellow Flicker Beat.’ Just recently, her debut single “Silver Lining Skies,” featuring local rock group Polar Lights, bagged her the “Best Collaboration of the Year” award in the first ever Inihut Music Awards last year. She […]

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                    Jinx hopes to hit lucky with colors

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                    Genre: EDM / Ghetto House DJ Jinx is a young and talented DJ/startup producer from Nagaland practicing the art of DJ’ing and music production since 2009. He has released a single ‘Colours’ on Indihut coinciding with Holi, the festival of colors. Holi has always been one of India’s most favorite festivals and DJ JiNX attempts […]

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