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War on corruption uncompromising: PM

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New Delhi, Sep. 25 (IANS): Declaring that his battle against corruption was “uncompromising”, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said those indulging in graft cannot escape, as the BJP endorsed the government’s fight against terror and black money and lauded the handling of the Doklam military standoff with China. The day-long meeting of the BJP’s […]

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CM chief ambassador for girl child campaign

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Kohima, Sep. 25 (EMN): Chief Minister TR Zeliang has been chosen the “chief ambassador” for the Beti Bachao Beti Padhao (Hindi for ‘Save girl child, educate girl child’) campaign. A press release from the chief minister’s office on Monday informed that he was felicitated by mission director of the State Resource Centre for Women Nagaland, […]

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NSF writes to govt. on free textbooks and uniforms

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Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Naga Students Federation has on Monday requested the Minister for Department of School Education to ensure early distribution of study materials and school in the government schools. In a letter to the minister appended by President Kesosul Christopher Ltu and General Secretary Imtiyapang Imsong the federation stated that on physical […]

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Govt. issues clarification on allegations of ‘double drawal’

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Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Planning & Co-ordination Department has on Monday responded to the allegations of double withdrawal of funds made by the department that was published in local newspapers on Sep.18, 2017. While clarifying to the allegations made by the Nagaland Public Rights Awareness and Action Forum, the Commissioner and Secretary, M. Patton […]

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EC asks parties to file no dues certificate

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New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): All recognised national and state parties will now have to submit an annual report to the Election Commission declaring that there are no dues pending in the form of rent for occupying government premises, telephone, electricity and water bills. But the commission has not made clear as to what action […]

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Bodos threaten to revive statehood agitation from October-November

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Guwahati, Sep. 25 (IANS): Several organisations supporting creation of Bodoland state have threatened to resume the agitation over their demand, initially through a ‘rail roko’ in October and an indefinite economic blockade in Bodo areas in November, if the Centre and state governments failed to respond to their demand. Among them are the All Bodo […]

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India hits out at Pak, shows image of own terror victim

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United Nations, Sep. 25 (IANS): India hit out at Pakistan saying it has callously exploited the picture of an injured Palestinian girl to spread falsehoods about India and to divert attention from Islamabad’s role as the hub of world terrorism. Paulomi Tripathi, a First Secretary in India’s UN Mission, on Monday held up both the […]

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Forum for Naga Reconciliation pleads for ‘one decisive push’

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Says failure to implement ‘Naga Concordant’ and ‘Lenten Agreement’ has brought reconciliation to premature halt Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has made an impassioned appeal to the Naga people – young and old, men and women, rich and poor to give Naga reconciliation one decisive push ‘no matter how tedious […]

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NTC welcomes New Delhi’s reported invitation to 6 NNPGs

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Dimapur, Sep. 24 (EMN): The Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) has attributed the reported decision of New Delhi to “invite the working committee” representing 6 Naga national political groups (NNPGs) “to political negotiation on equal footing” to ‘God Jehovah, the God of Nagas’ who – according to the organisation – had ‘prepared the mind of government […]

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Swaraj attacks Pakistan at UN; calls it ‘world’s greatest exporter of havoc’

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United Nations, Sep. 23 (PTI): Hitting out at Pakistan for creating terror groups like LeT, JeM, Hizbul Mujahideen and the Haqqani Network, India today asked Pakistani leaders to introspect as to why their country is infamous as the “pre- eminent export factory for terror”. In her address to the 72nd UN General Assembly session, External […]

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    Chakhesang Clean Election campaigners and legislators meet

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): Members of the Chakhesang Clean Election Movement (CCEM) are informed to have conducted a joint meeting with present and former Chakhesang legislators. Updates on Monday informed that the event was part of the Nagaland Baptist Church Council’s Clean Election ‘guidelines’ to bring changes to the political system in Nagaland. The programme […]

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    Anglers and council members declare ‘no explosives zone’

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The District Anglers of Wokha, Nagaland (DAWN) had a joint coordination meeting with village council members on Sep. 16, at Woods, Ashaa village. The meeting was called with the aim to promote angling, ecotourism and conservation of indigenous species of fish in an around Doyang reservoir. Members from Pangti, Sunglup, Yonchücho, […]

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    Students urged to value dignity of labour

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    Our Correspondent Kohima, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Poumai Students’ Union of Kohima (PNTMK) conducted its 33rd freshmen conclave and literary day on Sep. 23 at the APO Hall at Kohima. The programme had in attendance too the ADC of Senapti in Manipur, ML Markson; ADC member of Senapati Alexander Maikho; and vice president of the […]

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    Phek’s ANPSA conducts annual seminar

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Phek unit of the All Nagaland Private School Association (ANPSA) held its annual seminar on Sep. 22 at Nazareth School in Pfutsero town. The unit issued a press release on Monday. The president of the ANPSA (central) Bithungo Kikon was the guest speaker and Sabu Koza, vice president, of the […]

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    A seminar about ‘art of taking on competitive examinations’

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): A seminar about what the organisers called the “art of preparing for engineering and medical exams” was conducted through the initiative of a resource group called the Impact Hub Society, on Sep. 23. A press release from the group on Monday informed that Praveen Kumar, director of Vidya Mandir Classes, from […]

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    Preparations for Lao-ong festival underway in Mon

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Konyak community is preparing to celebrate ‘Lao-ong Mo,’ said to be a post-harvest festival in Mon town on Sep. 28 and the 29th. The Lao-ong Mo Committee issued a press release informing about the event on Monday. Under the aegis of the Konyak Union, the press release stated, Lao-ong Mo […]

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    Thanamir village celebrates Apple festival

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The 7th Apple festival, jointly organised by Thanamir Village Council and district administration under the aegis of department of Horticulture was celebrated at public ground Thanamir village with the theme ‘Apple for harmony, health and wealth’ on Sept. 16. Speaking on the occasion as the chief guest, Deputy Commissioner, Kiphire, Sedevikho […]

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    Intersectoral convergence meet on dengue

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): Intersectoral convergence meeting on dengue was held at DC’s conference hall on Sep. 22. Chairing the meeting DC Dimapur, Kesonyu Yhome emphasised on the importance of the issue and said that the essence of the meeting is to work out and to bring preventive measures. He also mentioned that the district […]

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    Rotary and Interact club clean Imkongliba Memorial Hospital

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): Putting into action, the joint resolution made by the Press Club Mokokchung, AAM and Rotary Club of Mokokchung to adopt ‘Conservation as a way of life’, the Rotary Club of Mokokchung with Interact Club members from Jubilee Memorial School and MGHSS conducted a social work at Imkongliba Memorial District Hospital Mokokchung […]

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    WCYO mourns Zhimomi’s demise

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    Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): Western Chakhesang Youth Organization (WCYO) is saddened at the sudden demise of Yeheto Zhimomi, general secretary of GB Union Dimapur and the most senior ACAUT Nagaland member.

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      ‘First official round of Mizo govt-HPC talks before Christmas’

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      Aizawl, Sep. 25 (PTI): Mizoram Home Minister R Lalzirliana today said the first round of official level talks between the Mizoram government and the Manipur-based Hmar People’s Convention (Democrats) is likely to be held before Christmas. The two sides have been working on the modalities for signing a peace accord as also the powers, functions […]

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      No trains cancelled states NF railway

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      Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): It is informed in a press statement by NF railway that there will be no cancellation of trains. There had been reports in a section of media regarding cancellation of more than 45 trains which has created confusions among travelling public. N.F Railway authorities categorically state that it has not cancelled […]

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      IMD reports rain deficiency in Northeast region

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 25 (EMN): Manipur and Nagaland are facing rain deficiency in North Eastern region this monsoon. Except Imphal west district(150), the remaining districts in Manipur receives less rain during this year’s monsoon (June 1-Sep. 25).Similarly except Dimapur district(76) in case of Nagaland, the remaining districts also receives less rain, according to Indian […]

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      ‘Swachhta Hi Sewa’ campaign organises in Manipur

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      Our Correspondent Senapati,Sep. 25: Water and Sanitation Committee Senapati public health and engineering Division, government of Manipur today organized ‘Swachhta Hi Sewa’ campaign at Senapati Town Hall.

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      Govt holds workshop with states to fill gaps in MSP scheme for tribes

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      New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): The government today held a workshop with the states to identify and fill the gaps due to which a scheme to help tribal’s get a fair price for ‘minor forest produce’ remained a non-starter in many states after its launch in 2014.

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      Copter service for Durga Puja revellers in Tripura

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      Agartala, Sep. 25 (IANS): The Tripura government will operate a helicopter service for Durga Puja revellers and sightseers to enable them get an aerial view of tourist spots and puja celebrations here, an official said on Monday. The copter service, run by government-owned Tripura Road Transport Corporation (TRTC), will be conducted in the form of […]

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      Bomb blast in Manipur

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      Imphal, Sep. 25 (IANS): Unidentified persons set off a bomb blast near the house of a businessman in Imphal early on Monday, causing damage to some buildings. No casualties were reported, police sai

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      115 ultrasound machines registered under PC and PNDT Act in Manipur

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 25 (EMN): For smooth implementation of Pre Conception and Pre Natal Diagnostic Technique Act (PC & PNDT) in the State, so far 115-ultrasound machines, both in private and government hospitals, have been registered. With the formation of implementing bodies like State Supervisory Board (SSB); State Advisory Committee (SAC) and State Appropriate […]

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      Manipur govt. to introduce ‘Night Plaza’

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, Sep. 24 (EMN): In a move to encourage outdoor activities and provide a recreational space, newly established BJP led government in Manipur is all set to introduce a space of nightlife in Imphal from next month. Christened as ‘Night Plaza’, a permanent feature to provide “a good recreational space” for the people […]

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      Zeliangrong Youth Front opposes creation of new districts

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      Dimapur, Sep.24. (EMN):The Zeliangrong Youth Front has strongly opposed the Manipur Govt. for arbitrarily creating new districts last year without the consent and knowledge of the Zeliangrong and the Naga people who are the ‘owners of their ancestral land’. This was stated in a press release from the Zeliangrong Youth Front Publicity Wing.The districts

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        Modi launches ‘Saubhagya’ scheme to provide power to all

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        New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched a Rs 16,320-crore scheme – Pradhan Mantri Sahaj Bijli Har Ghar Yojana ‘Saubhagya’ – to provide electricity connections to over 4 crore families in rural and urban areas by December 2018. “Rs 16,000 crore will be spent to bring a monumental change in the […]

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        Rahul attacks PM in poll-bound Guj over GST, note ban, farm policies

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        Jamnagar/Dwarka, Sep. 25 (PTI): Attacking Prime Minister Narendra Modi over note ban, GST, farm policies and ‘Gujarat model’ of development, Rahul Gandhi today voiced confidence about winning the upcoming Assembly elections, claiming there is a strong undercurrent in favour of Congress in Gujarat. Talking to journalists on arrival in Jamnagar for a road show on […]

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        Nation news in brief

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        PTI/IANS Student drowns while taking selfie in Jharkhand Ranchi, Sep. 25 (IANS): A Class 12 student drowned in a waterfall in Jharkhand on Monday after he slipped while taking a selfie, police said. Harshit Pandey, a resident of Daltanganj, had gone to the Suggabandh waterfall in Latehar district along with six friends, according to police. […]

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        FIR against 1000 students for BHU violence

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        Varanasi, Sep. 25 (PTI): An FIR has been registered against over 1,000 students in connection with the violence in the Banaras Hindu University here and also against policemen involved in the baton-charge on protestors. Seperate FIRs have been registered at the Lanka Police Station in connection with the violence on the campus, the police said […]

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        Teen hangs self in Panchkula, Blue Whale angle suspected

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        Chandigarh, Sep. 25 (PTI): In another case suspected to be linked to the notorious online game Blue Whale Challenge, a 17-year-old boy allegedly hanged himself in Panchkula, police said today. The body of the teenager, who studied at a Chandigarh school, was found hanging from the ceiling at his home on Saturday, Panchkula DCP Manbir […]

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        Cong leader shot dead in MP

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        Datia (MP), Sep. 25 (PTI): A local Congress leader was shot dead and his son critically injured by assailants at a village near here, a police official said today. Police suspect political rivalry led to the fatal attack on Kailash Singh last night. The armed assailants, numbering about a dozen, fired at the 50-year-old politician […]

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        Lalu seeks two weeks time to appear before CBI

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        New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav has sought two weeks to appear before the CBI for questioning in connection with a case of alleged graft in giving the maintenance contract for two IRCTC hotels to a private firm, sources said today. The contracts were given when Yadav was railway minister. Yadav, […]

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        Anti-militancy operation in Uri: Body of militant found

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        Srinagar, Sep. 25 (PTI): Security forces today recovered body of a militant near the Line of Control (LoC) in Uri area of Kashmir, taking the number of ultras killed in the operation there to four. Security forces this morning resumed the anti-militancy operation, which was launched yesterday, following information about presence of more militants in […]

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        PM forms Economic Advisory Council; Debroy to head it

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        New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): Over three years after coming to power, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today formed an Economic Advisory Council (EAC) amid the government’s endeavour to give a push to the growth which has witnessed a slowdown. The five-member EAC will be headed by NITI Aayog member Bibek Debroy and will include NITI […]

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        620 tonnes of food shipped for Rohingya refugees in B’desh

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        Rajamahendravaram (AP), Sep. 25 (PTI): Nearly 620 tonnes of food material were today shipped from the Kakinada Deep Water Port in Andhra Pradesh’s East Godavari district for distribution among the Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Faced with an onslaught from the Myanmar army, scores of Rohingya people have recently fled the Rakhine state of that country […]

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          Merkel wins 4th term as nationalists enter German parliament

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          Berlin, Sep. 25 (PTI/AP): German Chancellor Angela Merkel won a fourth term, but now faces the tricky prospect of forming a coalition with two disparate new partners after voters weakened her conservatives and a nationalist, anti-migrant party surged into parliament. Merkel’s center-left challenger, Martin Schulz, conceded his Social Democrats had suffered a “crushing election defeat,” […]

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          Egyptian national known as world’s heaviest woman dies

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          Abu Dhabi, Sep. 25 (PTI): Eman Abdul Atti, a 37-year-old Egyptian national once believed to be the ‘world’s heaviest woman’, died today in a hospital in the UAE due to complications from her weight, the hospital said. Eman weighed roughly 500 kilogrammes when she arrived in India in February, but had lost an astonishing 323 […]

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          Russia violating human rights in Crimea: UN

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          United Nations, Sep. 25 (IANS): Russia is committing “grave human rights violations” in Crimea, the UN human rights office said in a report on Monday. The UN human rights agency said Russia had documented arbitrary arrests, torture and at least one extra-judicial execution in the region, BBC reported. “There is an urgent need for accountability […]

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          Three Bangladeshi peacekeepers killed in Mali

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          Dhaka, Sep. 25 (PTI): Three Bangladeshi soldiers on a peacekeeping mission have been killed in a militant attack in strife-torn Mali, the country’s military said here. Four others, including a major, were injured yesterday when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device, the Inter-Service Public Relations Directorate (ISPR), the Banladeshi military’s media wing, said in […]

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          Palestinian PM to visit Gaza for reconciliation efforts

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          Jerusalem, Sep. 25 (PTI/AFP): Palestinian prime minister Rami Hamdallah will travel to Gaza on October 2 as part of a fresh push to end a decade-long split between Fatah and Hamas, which runs the enclave, his government said today. The visit follows concessions by Islamist group Hamas after discussions with Egypt, which has urged it […]

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          Trump expands controversial travel ban to include N. Korea, Venezuela and Chad

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          Washington, Sep. 25 (PTI): US President Donald Trump has imposed new travel restrictions on citizens from North Korea, Venezuela and Chad, expanding to eight the list of nations covered by his original travel ban that has been widely criticised as anti-Muslim and challenged in court. For the last three months, the Trump administration used a […]

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          China asks US and N Korea to avoid provoking each other

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          Beijing, Sep. 25 (PTI): Amid raging tension on the Korean peninsula, China today asked the US and North Korea to exercise restraint and avoid provoking each other, saying it was “very concerned” over their escalating war of words. Tensions have dramatically risen on the Korean peninsula after North Korea early this month conducted its biggest […]

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          One Dead in Tennessee church shooting, gunman identified

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          Washington, Sep. 25 (IANS): At least one person died and seven others were wounded on Sunday in a mass shooting at a church in Tennessee, US, local police said. The incident took place about midday at the Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, about 15 km southeast of Nashville, Efe reported. On its Twitter […]

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          Sharif returns to Pak to face charges in Panama Papers scandal

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          Islamabad, Sep. 25 (PTI): Pakistan’s ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif today returned to the country from the UK after nearly a month to face corruption and money laundering charges in the Panama Papers scandal. He was in London from August 31 to be with his ailing wife Kulsoom who is undergoing treatment for throat cancer. […]

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          Japan’s Abe triggers snap election amid N Korea crisis

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          Tokyo, Sep. 25 (PTI/AFP): Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe today called a snap election, seeking a fresh term at the helm of the world’s third-largest economy as tensions with nearby North Korea reach fever-pitch. Abe hopes to capitalise on a weak and fractured opposition to sweep back into power, as polls show him regaining ground […]

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            Jason Derulo robbed, $300,000 cash and jewellery missing

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            Singer Jason Derulo’s mansion here was broken into by thieves who stole around $300,000 in cash and jewellery. Derulo, 28, was not in town when the theft took place. It was only discovered when a maid visited his home, reports tmz.com. The staff member realised someone had entered and taken some things after finding a […]

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            Oprah Winfrey takes on Trump era political divide in a show

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            Popular host Oprah Winfrey assembled a group of voters to examine the US’ political and cultural divide on the show “60 Minutes” for a channel. Winfrey held a roundtable session with 14 voters from West Michigan, evenly split between President Donald Trump supporters and detractors. She pressed the group on Trump’s track record as President, […]

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            All women in my life are important: Shah Rukh Khan

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            Bollywood’s quintessential romantic hero Shah Rukh Khan, who attended the Vogue Women of the Year Awards here, said that all the women in his life are important and it is extremely satisfying to have an award for them. “All the women in my life are important to me, starting with my mother, wife, daughter, sister […]

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            Viola Davis focussed to bring diversity to Hollywood

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            Actress Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon, who are appearing together in the new season of her hit show “How to Get Away with Murder”, have a joint mission to bring more diversity in Hollywood. Hollywood remains as white and male-dominated as ever, and representation of race, gender, LGBT and disability has barely changed […]

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            Writing books is a priority: Chetan Bhagat

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            Author-producer Chetan Bhagat says writing books will always be a priority for him. Bhagat, who has penned books like “Five Point Someone”, “One Night @ the Call Center”, “The 3 Mistakes of My Life”, “2 States”, “Revolution 2020”, “Half Girlfriend” and “One Indian Girl”, ventured into film production with the 2017 film “Half Girlfriend”. Asked […]

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            Hrithik to play mathematician Anand Kumar in ”Super 30”

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            Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan has been confirmed to play the role of mathematician Anand Kumar in his biopic “Super 30”. Directed by Vikas Bahl, the film will showcase the life of the Patna-based scholar, who trains 30 deserving, economically-backward students for IIT-JEE entrance exams every year with commendable success rate. Kumar said he trusts Bahl […]

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            Seann William Scott didn’t plan career in comedy

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            Actor Seann William Scott has starred in all six instalments of the hit franchise “American Pie”, but comedy was not the genre he was looking for. Scott, 40, shot to fame as Steven Stifler in the franchise which took off in 1999. But he says he never thought about doing comedy and that he just […]

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            ‘The Accidental Prime Minister’ will be a balanced film: Mehta

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            Director Hansal Mehta, who is writing the film adaptation of “The Accidental Prime Minister”, says the movie will have a balanced account of Dr Manmohan Singh’s stint as the prime minister. The movie is based on the book of the same name written by Singh’s former media adviser Sanjaya Baru. Filmmakers often face trouble from […]

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            For now, no Chetan Bhagat books, FB post writing course in DU syllabus

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            The proposal by Delhi University’s English department to include author Chetan Bhagat’s novels in the literature curriculum and introduce a course on writing Facebook posts has hit a roadblock following opposition from teachers of various colleges. The university has decided to put the proposal on hold and formed a review committee to recommend if it […]

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            I never perform thinking about awards: Raghubir Yadav

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            “Newton” may be his sixth movie to be selected as India’s official entry to the Oscars, but veteran theatre-film actor Raghubir Yadav says awards are not his priority and doing good cinema has always been his focus. In a career spanning over three decades, Yadav has been a part of six films that were sent […]

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              Federer wins Laver Cup for Europe after defeating Kyrgios

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              Prague, Sep. 25 (IANS): Swiss tennis great Roger Federer, ranked No. 2 in the world, defeated Australia’s Nick Kyrgios 4-6, 7-6(6) and “match tie-break” (11-9) to take home the first-ever Laver Cup, named in honour of the legendary Rod Laver. Federer and Kyrgios played to a “heart-attack finish” in the O2 Arena before 17,000 fans […]

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              Sports Ministry recommends shuttler Sindhu for Padma Bhushan

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              New Delhi, Sep. 25 (PTI): Olympic silver medallist shuttler P V Sindhu has been recommended for the prestigious Padma Bhushan, country’s third highest civilian award, by the Sports Ministry here on Monday. “Yes, we have recommended Sindhu for Padma Bhushan,” a Sports Ministry official told PTI. A two-time bronze medallist at World Championship, Sindhu has […]

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              Leo Club inter-school TT tourney held

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The 30th Inter-School TT Tournament (boys and girls) organised by Leo Club Dimapur concluded on Sunday with Nirmal Kumar Jain and Sanjay Sethi gracing the occasion as guests of honour. Results: Boys (single) – Meyinukshi Longkumer from Greenwood School Doubles (boys) – Abinar and Ekonthung from Christian Higher Secondary School Girls […]

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              Open penalty shootout tourney held at Phek

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Template Club, Phek town organised an open penalty shootout tournament at Phek town local ground on September 23, 2017 with Deputy Commissioner, KoviMeyase as the chief guest at the inaugural programme. Keynote address was given by Vekhoseyi Keyho, President, Template Club where he said that the Club was formed to […]

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              30th NTA meet from September 26

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The three-day 30th State Taekwondo championship organised by Nagaland Taekwondo Association (NTA) will be held from September 26 to 28 at Multi Purpose Hall, IG Stadium, Kohima stated a press note. NTA General secretary Lhouliebeio Khezhie informed the district team to reach on Tuesday, while on the same day Joseph Thangsanga, […]

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              ZCYAN games and sports meet

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): Zeliangrong Catholic Youth Association Nagaland (ZCYAN) in a press note informed that it will be organising its games and sports meet from September 28 to 30, 2017 on the theme “Excel Them Young” (1 Cor. 9:23-27) at St. Xavier College Campus Jalukie, to foster faith and to promote closer communion through […]

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              MAFA football tourney from Tuesday

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Medziphema Area Football Association (MAFA) Football tournament will kick off on Tuesday, September 26 at 10 a.m at Medziphema local ground with Kevingulie Khro, Additional Director (Rtd.), Medical Services, Government of Nagaland as the chief guest. The first prize carries a cash money of Rs. 50,000/- along with trophy and […]

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              Young Athletes programme held

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              Dimapur, Sep. 25 (EMN): The Special Olympics Bharat-Nagaland (SON) in collaboration with Christian Higher Secondary School (CHSS), Dimapur conducted Young Athletes (YA) programme on September 23 at CHSS, where Teachers and Parents of special child along with I.E Resource teachers from SSA Dimapur unit and fans had an interactive session about the importance of early […]

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              India beat the Aussies by 5 wkts to clinch ODI series; grab no. 1 spot

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              Indore, Sep. 24 (PTI): All-rounder Hardik Pandya rose to the occasion yet again with a fluent 78-run knock as India registered a comfortable five-wicket win over Australia in the third ODI to grab the number one spot, here today. Chasing 294 for a win, India overhauled the target with 13 balls to spare in front […]

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              51 teams confirm participation in 18th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy

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              Kohima, Sep. 24 (EMN): Altogether 50 teams from two states – Manipur and Nagaland have confirmed participation in the 18th edition martyr students’ memorial soccer championship in Kohima from September 26 to October 21. Christened Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy 2017 is a prestigious football tournament in Nagaland annual organised by Angami Students’ […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Renbithung Ngullie

                By   4 days ago

                Renbithung Ngullie a young upcoming indie electronic producer from Wokha, Nagaland is an artist to look out for with his unique blend of music, especially for EDM genre enthusiasts. Drawing inspirations from Getter and Excesion, Lowly Palace, The Chainsmokers, and Marshmello, this 19-year old student of BCA from NIELIT institution Merima is tech savvy and […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Tutu Terhuja

                By   2 weeks ago

                The talented Tutu Terhuja currently pursuing her BA at Kohima College started her musical career in the year 2014. She credits her family as the force behind her dream of singing. She grew up listening to Abba, Elvis Presley,  Homecoming friends and later Adele, referring to herself as an “old soul” her music focuses beyond […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Atsho-Ü Thele

                By   3 weeks ago

                Meet Atsho-Ü Thele who is also known by her stage name Gigi Ale, a rookie in the music industry who has already made her presence felt with her enthralling voice and her first original debut music video “Drowning” produced by Richa Productions. Introduced to music by her parents who are equal music enthusiasts, Ale takes […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Coalesce

                By   4 weeks ago

                ‘ Coalesce’, formed just a few months back is a four member metal band based in Kohima, they all grew up listening to world class heavy metal bands like Iron Maiden, Dio, Metallica and Nightwish to name a few. With the formation of ‘ Coalesce’, the band wishes to bring metal back to the present […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kimatsung Jamir

                By   1 month ago

                Kimatsung Jamir, has been long known for his presence on ‘The Stage’ Season 1 the first ever English singing reality show which is aired on Colors Infinity. Not a new face in the showbiz, the gifted lad is still remembered for his soulful performance on Ed Sheeran’s ‘Thinking Out Loud’ on ‘The Stage’. To his […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Sarlongki Beh

                By   1 month ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with LC Sekhose

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kekhrie Ringa

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Neivizonuo Pienyii

                By   2 months ago

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

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with The Great Decade

                By   2 months ago

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

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