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Road accidents: 20 deaths in Dimapur this year

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Staff Reporter Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Advisor of Urban Development, SI Jamir, who was half an hour late to a road safety awareness programme on Monday in Dimapur, described his ordeal with Dimapur traffic on his way as ‘unfortunate’ that gave him an idea about the magnitude of the traffic issue in Dimapur. The legislator […]

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Minor girl raped at Chuchuyimpang

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Our Correspondent Mokokchung, June 27 (EMN): In yet another gruesome incident, a four-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a 32-year-old man on Monday afternoon at Chuchuyimpang village, located some 10 kilometres away from Mokokchung town. In this connection, Mokokchung police have arrested one person identified as Imnasungkum, aged 32 and hailing from Chuchuyimpang village, at […]

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Morcha burns GTA accord papers, Trinamool Congress dubs it ‘theatrics’

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Darjeeling, June 27 (IANS): In a symbolic move to show snapping of all ties with the West Bengal government and protest against the development board of the north Bengal hills, protesters on Tuesday burnt documents of the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA) agreement. The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) activists gathered at Chowk Bazar and publicly set […]

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‘Pre-trial’ destruction of liquor on June 29

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Staff Reporter Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Another consignment of illicit liquor seized would be ‘destroyed’ on Tuesday by the district authorities at DMC dumping ground, Burma Camp. This was notified through an order issued by the chief judicial magistrate of Dimapur on Tuesday. The order did not specify from where or when the consignment was […]

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China lodges protest, asks India to withdraw troops

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Beijing, June 27 (IANS): China on Tuesday said it has complained to India about Indian troops “trespassing” the Chinese boundary, hinting that pilgrimage to Kailash Mansarovar won’t resume until the soldiers were withdrawn. Indian and Chinese troops reportedly faced off along the border in Sikkim, the reason Beijing has attributed to stopping 47 Indian pilgrims […]

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Nagaland remains a conduit for drug traffickers

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Kohima, June 26 (EMN): While the number of drug users in Nagaland may have declined in the recent years, the state continues to be a conduit route for drug traffickers due to its close proximity to the so called Golden Triangle, especially with Myanmar. Making this observation at an event marking the International Day against […]

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RTI reveals malpractices in Excise department

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Dimapur, June 26 (EMN): Close on the heels of RTI exposures on discrepancies in the state PWD through local newspapers, similar instances have surfaced in the Excise department pertaining to backdoor appointments, besides illegal retaining of government vehicles by officers already retired. 22 persons, including 3 on compassionate ground, were recruited directly since 2015, while […]

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NISC appeals Naga groups to overcome differences

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Dimapur, June 26 (EMN): While congratulating Khango Konyak on his recent ascension to the NSCN (K) chairmanship, the Naga International Support Centre (NISC) has reminded the former of the need to work out what it stated was “differences” among the armed Naga political groups. A press release from the NISC on Monday reminded Konyak that […]

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Angami Public Organisation meets leaders from 6 Naga groups

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Dimapur, June 26 (EMN): The Working Group of 6 Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) on Monday met representatives of Angami Public Organisation (APO) at Tourist Lodge, Dimapur. This was informed through a press release from the working group’s media cell. It claimed that the APO appreciated the formation of the working group. “APO conveyed that […]

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GJM delegation hands over resignation from GTA to Governor

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Kolkata, June 26 (IANS): A three-member delegation of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) met Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi here on Monday to formally submit their resignation letters from the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA), the developmental board in the northern West Bengal hills. “MLA from Darjeeling Amar Singh Rai, ex-GTA chairman Roshan Lama and Deputy Chairman […]

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    Community First Responder trainers for Kohima begin training

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): The District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) of Kohima is organising a training programme for trainers of Community First Responder for Kohima district. The event has been scheduled to be conducted from June 27 and till the 30th at the Indian Red Cross Society conference hall in Kohima town. Delivering the keynote […]

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    Chakhesang tribe resolves to uphold clean elections

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Various political parties along with the Chakhesang Clean Election Movement (CCEM) comprising other frontal organisations and different church denominations have decided to uphold clean elections as initiated by the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC). The decision to this effect was taken at a joint meeting consisting CCEM along with Chakhesang Public […]

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    Landslide cuts off villages’ route

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): The lifelines of Ghokuto and viheto villages in Dimapur have been badly damaged following landslides that occurred along the 8 kilometer hilly road on June 24-25 last. Incessant rain triggered the landslide on the only road connecting the two villages, information available to the media on Tuesday said. G Shikavi Zhimo, […]

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    ANC/PNC awareness prog held in New Jalukie

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): New Jalukie Village Health Committee (VHC) conducted an awareness programme on ANC/PNC under the aegis of Nagaland Health Project on June 24 at New Jalukie village council hall.

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    BSP conducts health camp in Moayimti

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Bharatiya Sanskriti Parishad (BSP), Guwahati, conducted a free medical camp and awareness programme in Moayimti village under Mokokchung district on June 25 wherein more than 300 patients including children and old age persons of the village were benefitted. Speaking on the occasion, chairman of the Moayimti Village Council (MVC) said that […]

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    Zunheboto livestock farmers undertake tour

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Livestock farmers from Zunheboto block each have been selected to undergo exposure trip to already established states in the field of livestock farming beginning from June 27. Chief Veterinary & Animal Husbandry Officer, Zunheboto, Dr. Toshi Aier said the exposure trip is being organised under National Livestock Mission (NLM) 2015-16 & […]

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    BJP Peren celebrates 3 years of NDA govt

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Peren unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) celebrated three years of BJP led NDA government at Tening town auditorium. Speaking on the theme “Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas” (together with all, development for all), Matthew K Janger, BJP Peren district in-charge, said BJP led-NDA government at the centre is focused on […]

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    Mokokchung BJYM prints T-shirts

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    Mokokchung, June 27 (EMN): The youth wing of the BJP, the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morch (BJYM) of Mokokchung district, has printed T-shirts. The T-shirts were released by L Temjen Jamir, former Member of Legislative Assembly and state executive member of the state’s BJP at the party’s office here today. The party’s T-shirt was sponsored by […]

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    Pension, GPF payment cases on AG’s website

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Retired government officers of the Nagaland government are informed that pension and GPF final payment cases settled up to the month of May 2017 have been uploaded on to the Accountant General’s website. The establishment of the Accountant General issued a press release on Tuesday. “This is to inform all retired […]

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    CECS students visit ICAR-NRC on Mithun

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    Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Class VI students of Community Education Centre School (CECS), Dimapur, visited ICAR –NRC on Mithun on June 24 led by the headmistress Ms Imtichila Walling. Though mithun is available in the State, most students had their first glance of mithun. During the visit, students had an opportunity to interact with the […]

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      Meghalaya CM urges Centre to file case on Delhi Golf Club incident

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      New Delhi/Shillong, June 27 (IANS): Meghalaya Chief Minister Mukul Sangma on Tuesday urged the Union Home Ministry to file a case against the Delhi Golf Club for shunting out a woman for wearing a Jainsem, a dress worn by the indigenous Khasi women in the state. The Delhi Golf Club said it had apologized to […]

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      NEHUTA serves legal notice to NEHU VC

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      Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): North Eastern Hill University Teachers Association (NEHUTA) has issued a legal notice on 27 June, 2017 to the Vice Chancellor of NEHU asking as to why no criminal proceeding was initiated against him. In a press release issued by President, NEHUTA Prof. X. P. Mao it stated ‘the NEHUTA members have […]

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      Wild elephants destroy properties in Karbi Anglong

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      Our Correspondent Diphu, June 27 (EMN): At least four houses were destroyed by wild elephant on June 25 midnight in West Karbi Anglong. According to sources, the incident took place at Bedera village under Baithalangso police station where three wild jumbos from nearby forest suddenly made their appearance and damaged four houses belonging to Puneswar […]

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      Assam police to be fully empowered with CCTNS

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      Guwahati, June 27 (PTI): The Assam chief minister today asked the state Director General of Police to ensure that there was no slackness in connecting all police stations with the Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS). “The state police must be fully empowered with crime and criminal tracking network system for real time sharing […]

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      Manipur Govt launches free wi-fi

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      Our correspondent Imphal, June 27 (EMN): Manipur government on Tuesday launched free wi-fi facilities in different parts of Imphal town. The area where the free wi-fi internet facilities can be accessed include JNIMS hospital complex in Imphal east district, Old and New Secretariat complexes, Thangal Bazaar and Paona Bazaar all under Imphal West district with […]

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      Biren Singh inaugurates Agri department workshop

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, June 27 (EMN): Future of Manipur lies in the agriculture and tourism sector and the new government is committed to give extra focus on these sectors. So all the departments should invite learned persons and experts from Universities etc. and constitute a sub-committee or advisory board to work for development and broaden […]

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      LGB airport to have new Radar system

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      Guwahati, June 27 (PTI): Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport here will have a state-of-the-art surveillance air traffic control (ATC) Radar system covering almost the entire North Eastern sky, according to the Airports Authority of India.The upcoming Radar system is part of the Airports Authority of India undertaking a project for replacing 20-year old Radar systems […]

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      Opposition targets government after CBI notice to Tripura Minister

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      Agartala, June 27 (IANS): Opposition parties in Tripura on Tuesday trained their guns on the Left Front government for promoting illegal chit fund bodies after the CBI served a notice to Social Welfare Minister Bijita Nath. The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) told the Social Welfare Minister in a letter on Friday that CBI officers […]

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      BJP urges Centre to impose AFSPA in Tripura

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      Agartala, June 26 (IANS): Citing last week’s clashes with CPI-M workers, the BJP on Monday demanded the imposition of AFSPA in Tripura while the ruling Left accused it of unleashing hostility to discredit the government in view of next year’s assembly polls. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) raised the demand for promulgation of the Armed […]

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      NE Muslim community observes Eid-ul-Fitr

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      Imphal, June 26 (EMN): Id-ul-Fitr was celebrated with the usual festival activities across the State along with the rest of the country on Monday. State Governor Dr Najma A Heptulla,Chief Minister N Biren, Lok Sabha MP, Dr Th Meinya and others in their separate messages conveyed warm greeting to the people of the state on […]

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        Presidential poll is not about ‘Dalit vs Dalit’: Meira

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        New Delhi, June 27 (PTI): Opposition presidential candidate Meira Kumar today said she would contest the election on the basis of ideology not caste, stressing that her plank would be destruction of the caste structure and protection of democratic values. Kumar, who will contest against NDA’s Ram Nath Kovind for the post of president, described […]

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        News in Brief

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        2nd n-plant at Kudankulam to restart generation soon Chennai, June 27 (IANS): The second 1,000 MW unit at the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project (KNPP) will restart generation soon, said a senior official of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL). The unit was under outage since June 25 afternoon due to control circuit malfunction, […]

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        Cong slams Modi govt over US terming J&K ‘Indian-administered’

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        New Delhi, June 27 (IANS): The Congress party on Tuesday criticised the Centre for not objecting to the phrase “Indian-administered Jammu and Kashmir” used by the US government in its order designating Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist, and accused the Modi government of “pseudo nationalism”. “Shocking that the US government order on […]

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        Renaming Haryana village after Trump a ‘fraud event’: Official

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        Gurugram, June 27 (IANS): Banners with the photograph of Donald Trump have been brought down in a Haryana village days after it was “renamed” after the US President, with a senior official declaring the renaming as a “fraud event” and illegal. Marora village, some 46 km from here, was on Friday dedicated to Trump, ahead […]

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        Yogi claims UP has changed in 100 days

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        Lucknow, June 27 (IANS): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday completed 100 days in office and said that a lot of work has been done on improving roads, strengthening infrastructure, bettering law and order and providing better healthcare. Addressing reporters in the state capital, the Chief Minister claimed the power scenario had improved […]

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        ‘Militants planning to target Amarnath yatra’

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        Jammu, June 27 (PTI): Militants are planning to target 100 policemen and as many pilgrims participating in the Amarnath Yatra which will begin from Jammu tomorrow amid the “highest- ever multi-tier security setup”, according to intelligence reports. “Intelligence input received from SSP Anantnag reveals that terrorists have been directed to eliminate 100 to 150 pilgrims […]

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        Eid celebrated across India, clashes occur in Kashmir Valley

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        New Delhi, June 26 (IANS): Eid-ul-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan, was celebrated across India on Monday with tens of thousands of Muslims converging at mosques to offer prayers and greet each other. In the turmoil-hit Kashmir Valley, clashes were reported between stone-pelters and security places at various places. Eidgahs across […]

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        Meghalaya woman shunted out of Delhi Golf Club over traditional dress

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        New Delhi, June 26 (IANS): A governess was shunted out of the Delhi Golf Club for wearing a Jainsem, a dress worn by the indigenous Khasi women in Meghalaya, the woman said. On Sunday, Tailin Lyngdoh had gone to the Club along with her employer Nivedita Barthakur after they were invited for lunch by a […]

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        Prez polls: INLD leaves decision on Chautala

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        Chandigarh, June 26 (PTI): Haryana’s main opposition party Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) has left the decision on whom to support for the forthcoming presidential election, to party supremo and former Chief Minister Om Prakash Chautala. INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala said though the Working committee of the party, which met here today under his […]

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        40 mentally-ill persons found chained near MP shrine rescued

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        Ratlam (MP), June 26 (PTI): In a shocking incident, as many as 40 ‘mentally-ill’ persons were found chained and detained in various hotels and lodges in the vicinity of Hussain Tekri shrine near Jaora town in the district, following which they were rescued by police. “We rescued about 40 persons, who were chained, during a […]

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          US, India tell Pak: Don’t let terrorists use your territory

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          Washington, June 27 (IANS): In a strong message to Islamabad, the US and India have told Pakistan to ensure its territory is not used for terror attacks on other countries and asked it to bring to justice terrorists blamed for attacks in Mumbai and other places in India. A joint statement issued after US President […]

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          World news in brief

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          Romanian President appoints new Prime Minister Bucharest, June 27 (IANS): Romanian President Klaus Iohannis appointed Social Democrat Mihai Tudose, candidate proposed by the parliamentary majority, as Prime Minister and mandated him to form a new government. “The crisis we are going through…seriously damages Romania. It damages the Romanian economy, the image of Romania in the […]

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          Narendra Modi world’s most important PM: Israeli daily

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          Jerusalem, June 27 (PTI): “Wake up: the most important PM of the world is coming”, is how Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s forthcoming visit to Israel, the first by an Indian premier, is described in an article in one of the leading Israeli business daily. Business daily ‘The Marker’ in a feature story in its Hebrew […]

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          US declares Syed Salahuddin global terrorist

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          Washington, June 26 (IANS): Hours before the Modi-Trump meet, the US on Monday declared the Pakistan-based Hizbul Mujahideen leader Syed Salahuddin a global terrorist. The State Department said it had designated Mohammad Yusuf Shah, widely known as Syed Salahuddin, as a Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT).

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          Death toll in Pakistani oil tanker fire rises to 158

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          Islamabad, June 27 (IANS): The death toll in the oil tanker fire in Pakistan’s Punjab province has risen to 158, officials said on Tuesday. Aamir Bukhari, Director of Emergency at the Victoria Hospital at Bahawalpur, told Xinhua news agency that the death toll surged after 18 injured succumbed to their injuries at different hospitals during […]

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          95 buildings fail fire safety tests after Grenfell disaster

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          London, June 27 (IANS): Ninety five buildings across England have failed fire safety tests conducted in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster that killed 79 persons earlier this month, 10 Downing Street said on Tuesday. Prime Minister Theresa May called for a “major national investigation” after it was revealed cladding in 32 local authority […]

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          US says Assad may be preparing chemical attack, warns “heavy price’’ price

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          Washington, June 27 (PTI/AFP): Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may be preparing a chemical weapons attack that would result in the “mass murder” of civilians, the White House said today, warning the regime would pay a “heavy price” if it goes ahead. The White House said the preparations were similar to those undertaken by the Assad […]

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          Northern Ireland party signs deal to support May’s govt

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          London, June 26 (IANS): Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on Monday signed a deal with the Conservatives to support Prime Minister Theresa May’s minority government in Britain. The deal comes two weeks after the June 8 general election resulted in a hung Parliament and will see the 10 DUP MPs back the Tories in […]

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          World anti-drugs day: Myanmar, Thailand torch $1- bn of seized drugs

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          Myanmar remains one of the world’s great drug producing nations Yangon, June 26 (AFP/PTI): Myanmar and Thailand started torching nearly $1 billion worth of seized narcotics on Monday, a defiant show of force as law enforcement struggles to stem the rising flow of drugs in the region. The burnings, to mark world anti-drugs day, follow […]

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          Taliban gaining battlefield strength despite infighting

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          Kabul, June 26 (IANS): News of Mullah Omar’s death, the man who founded the Taliban, led to the beginning of internal rifts in the group, raising several questions in Afghanistan. In July 2015, Kabul announced that Mullah Omar had died in 2013 in Pakistan. The news, confirmed by the Taliban, resulted in the breakdown of […]

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            Wokha to host open dance competition

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            Wokha town will be hosting a dance competition dubbed the Open Dance Explosion Competition-3 on July 29 in the town’s hall. The event is a joint initiative of the Wokha Circle Students’ Union (WCSU) and the Wokha District Auto-rickshaw Union (WDAU). The two organisations gave a press conference today offering updates about said event. The […]

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            Jolie urges children to fight for universal human rights

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            Actress Angelina Jolie, who is UNHCR Special Envoy and harnesses her fame to help child refugees in war-torn countries of the world, has urged children to stand up and help the adults in order to fight for universal human rights. Jolie, 42, spoke up at a performance at the Royal Albert Hall on Monday night […]

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            Vidya Balan returns as ambassador for IFFM

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            Actress Vidya Balan is returning as ambassador of the Indian Film Festival of Melbourne (IFFM), which will be held this year August 10-22, showcasing over 60 films. She is happy about women representation at the gala. “I am excited by the work of female directors and writers who have their work showing at the festival. […]

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            Sonu Nigam lends his voice for ITBP force song

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            Bollywood playback singer Sonu Nigam has sung a patriotic song for the Indo-Tibetan Border Police Force (ITBP). The 2.17-minute-long Hindi song, ‘Hum sarhad ke senani, hum sachhey hindustani…’, was unveiled by Union Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi as he visited the forces’ headquarters here. A senior official said the song was written some years back but […]

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            Salman Khan’s ‘Tubelight’ mints Rs 64.77 crore in three days

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            Salman Khan’s Eid release “Tubelight” has earned Rs 64.77 crore in three days, but the film failed to cross the coveted “100 crore” mark at the box office. Directed by Kabir Khan, “Tubelight” minted Rs 21.15 crore on opening day, Rs 21.17 crore on Saturday and Rs 22.45 crore on day three, Sunday.

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            M-Table ‘Out of the box-2’ on July 1

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            Musician Table also dubbed as ‘M-Table’ a 12 member team involved in music is all geared up to organise its second edition of ‘Out of the box’ a workshop for musicians on July 1 at AIDA Building Don Bosco Dimapur. Informing this one of its kind workshop to media persons on Monday at a press […]

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            Amitabh Bachchan unhappy with Facebook

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            Megastar Amitabh Bachchan on Sunday complained to social networking site Facebook after he was not able to access all the features on his account. “Hello Facebook. Wake up. My page does not open fully. Been like this for days! Had to use this medium to complain, sad,” the 74-year-old posted on Twitter on Sunday.

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            Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand slammed by ex-NASA scientist

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            Mark Shelhamer, former chief scientist at NASAs human research division, has criticised Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrows lifestyle and wellness brand Goop for promoting bogus $120 stickers that contain materials used in spacesuits. According to technology website Gizmodo, “Body Vibes” stickers are the latest product promoted by Paltrow’s brand. The stickers, sold for $120 for a […]

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            Mexican actress becomes Hollywood’s rising star

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            Mexican actress Eliza Gonzalez, at age 27 and on the point of premiering the movie “Baby Driver”, promises to become a real Hollywood star with “Alita: Battle Angel,” produced by James Cameron. “It’s all a question of perception,” the actress from Sonora, Mexico, said about her meteoric career in an interview with Efe news. “It […]

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            Nicole Kidman’s kids ‘appalled’ by ‘Paddington’

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            Actress Nicole Kidman says her children were upset about her portrayal in “Paddington”. The 50-year-old actress has children Isabella, 24, and Connor, 22, with former husband Tom Cruise and Sunday, nine, and Faith, six, with spouse Keith Urban. “I did ‘Paddington’ and they were able to come and be a part of it, but they […]

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              Mission XI Million Football Festival held in Aizawl

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              Aizawl, June 27 (IANS): Around 7,500 children from close to a hundred schools participated in the Mission XI Million Festival of football here on Tuesday. “It is an honour for me to come and attend another Mission XI Million Festival. Carrying forward the PM’s vision to make football the sport of choice in our country, […]

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              DDBA selections held

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              Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): Dimapur District Badminton Association (DDBA) successfully conducted its coaching cum selection camp for selection of players to represent Dimapur district in the forth coming 41st Inter District and State Open Badminton Championship 2017 to be held from July 11-14 at Chumukedima hosted by Nagaland Police. This was stated in a press […]

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              Dhanraj Pillay to be conferred East Bengal club’s Bharat Gaurav award

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              Kolkata, June 27 (IANS): Former India hockey skipper Dhanraj Pillay will be conferred East Bengal football club’s highest honour — Bharat Gaurav — on its foundation day ceremony on August 1, the club’s assistant general secretary Shanti Ranjan Dasgupta said. “He has been a huge servant for Indian hockey. He has led by example on […]

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              Manipur U-19 teams return home from ‘Oorja’ football tournament

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              Dimapur, June 27 (EMN): The U-19 teams of both boys & girls from Manipur returned to Imphal on June 27 after a spectacular performance in Phase II of ‘Oorja’ CAPF/ Assam Rifles U-19 Talent Hunt Football Tournament 2017 held at Shillong from June 14 to 24. While the Girls team won the Championship after defeating […]

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              Shastri to apply for India coach: Reports

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              New Delhi, June 27 (IANS): Former India skipper Ravi Shastri has reportedly decided to throw his hat into the ring as the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) hunts for the next India head coach following the controversial exit of leg-spin legend Anil Kumble.

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              2nd Summer Sixer Cricket Tournament underway

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              Mokokchung, June 27 (EMN): In a generous move, to visiting Mokokchung District jail, the Titans cricket club has organised the second edition of Summer Sixer Cricket Tournament at Imkongmeren Sports Complex here today. Altogether fourteen teams are participating in the tourney which will culminate on June 29.

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              Mokokchung district badminton c’ship culminates

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              Mokokchung, June 27 (EMN): The 31st edition of Mokokchung District Badminton Championship organised by Mokokchung District Badminton Association (MDBA) successfully culminated today at the Indoor Badminton Stadium, Mokokchung. Altogether 99 matches under 15 events were played during the tournament, out of which 81 male players and 21 female players participated in the tourney under the […]

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              Wins for Bethel HSS and TM Government HSS

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              Kohima, June 27 (EMN): Sloppy defence by St. Peter School helped Bethel Higher Secondary School (BHSS) score 4 goals at the ongoing 1st Kohima District Inter-School Football tournament, jointly organised by Royal Club Kohima and School Education department at the Kohima local ground on Tuesday. Bethel Higher Secondary School eventually won the match by 4-1 […]

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              Medical XI beat MRH FC

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              Kohima, June 27 (EMN): Medical XI edged passed MRH FC 4-1 at Seikhazou ground Kohima on Tuesday morning to keep the title race alive until the last week of the league. Neiphre’s brace and goals from Kehrie, Kenie helped Medical XI to secure three important points. Medical XI took the lead through Kekhrie in the […]

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              North Field and Model HSS enters second round

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              Kohima, June 26 (EMN): North Field and Model Higher Secondary School (MHSS) won their respective matches and entered the second round of the ongoing 1st Kohima District Inter-School Football tournament here at Kohima local ground on Monday. The tournament is being jointly organised by Royal Club Kohima and School Education department.

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Lords of Rock

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Thang

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with De Band

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Magic Street

                By   4 weeks ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Seyie Chuzho

                By   1 month ago

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

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                Rhythm of love: In conversation with Kevikielie Rio

                By   1 month ago

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

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

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yenili Zhimo

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Benathung Humtsoe

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Shema

                By   2 months ago

                With the aim to produce Divinely inspired music, Zedino Seyie and Thejaser Khate just a year ago started a project ‘Shema’ that is solely based on writing, composing and producing Worship music. Focusing only on gospel lyrics, the duo collaborates with various artists and sing for the Lord. Shema has released two songs ‘Just To […]

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