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

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

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

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

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

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A first: Boxer Akokla Tzudi is international boxing coach

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Dimapur, MAY 26 : A Naga boxing coach, Akokla Tzudi, becomes the first star boxing coach from Nagaland to be part of the AIBA, or the International Boxing Association, originally the Association Internationale de Boxe Amateur, based in Switzerland. ‘Tzudi’ (sic) as stated in a press release from a local sports’ organization on Thursday, was among […]

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Chang students withhold protest after assurance

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Dimapur, May 26 : The Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) has ‘temporarily relaxed’ its agitation in demand for redress to issues concerning a number of persons from the community going missing. The union issued a press release on Thursday stating that the Home minister of the state had ‘intervened thoughtfully’ based on which the agitations […]

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Splitting education deptt. is adaptation to times: orgs

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Dimapur, May 26 : The All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association (ANSTA) and the Nagaland Secondary Schools Field Officers’ Federation (NSSFOF) have sought to buttress its demand for bifurcation of the education sectors into different establishments for claimed reasons of “proper functioning and efficient management of the respective departments.” The two organizations, currently lobbying for said demand, […]

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No, BJP-NDA failed big time, says Congress

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Ahmedabad, May 26 : The Congress on Thursday lashed out at the Narendra Modi-led government for what it said was failure on all counts, as Gujarat Chief Minister Anandiben Patel called the opposition leaders a bunch of “copycats and blockheads”. Congress leader Manish Tewari told reporters in Ahmedabad that the Modi government had failed on parameters […]

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State’s BJP celebrates NDA ‘achievements’–on TV

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Dimapur, May 26 : It was, indeed, a visual celebration. The Nagaland unit of the BJP on Thursday marked the completion of two years of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government “by witnessing the speech of the prime minister at Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh telecast live.” A note from the unit issued to the local media on […]

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Besides fish, local anglers throw bait for conservation

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DIMAPUR, MAY 23 : Here is the irony: anglers in Nagaland, much like everywhere else, are the ones campaigning for fish conservation. Since the early part of this year, the group of anglers –under the banner of Anglers Association Nagaland (AAN) – has introduced initiatives to educate on the conservation of “indigenous fish population” in Nagaland. […]

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Nagas are fragmented: Kenye calls for unity

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KOHIMA, MAY 25: THE three-day Ura Academy 46th Tenyidie Seminar commenced this evening at Ura Academy Hall, Kohima. The inaugural programme was graced by K.G. Kenye, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha as the chief guest. Kenye graced the function in absentia of Chief Minister TR Zeliang, who is presently in Assam to attend the NEC meeting […]

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Mass casual leave to continue

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KOHIMA, MAY 25: The three-day state wide agitation called by the All Nagaland School Teachers Association (ANSTA) and Nagaland Secondary Schools Field Officers Forum (NSSFOF) in observing mass casual leave for the graduate teachers and primary school teachers will continue even tomorrow as the meeting with the Minister of School Education, Yitachu failed to meet their […]

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    Nagas lost forefathers’ values, says VK Nuh

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    KOHIMA, MAY 26 : Rev VK Nuh has said that good values and customs of Nagas are waning today with the fast changing world and noted with regret that unlike the time of forefathers, people have lost values of life on all fronts. Addressing the second day of Ura Academy 46th Tenyidie Seminar at Ura Academy […]

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    DPS felicitates successful students

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    Dimapur, May 26 : Advisor for Urban Development Department, S.I Jamir who is also the chairman of Delhi Public School, Dimapur today congratulated the successful students of the recently declared All India Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (AISSCE). The chief guest while speaking at the felicitation programme, encouraged the students not to look back but to strive […]

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    NPF Women Wing reacts sharply to speeches at Dimapur Airport

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    Dimapur, May 26 : The NPF Women Wing Central has reacted sharply at the recent speeches of Lok Sabha MP Neiphiu Rio and MLA Thomas Ngullie delivered at the public reception in Dimapur airport. On Rio’s reference to Chief Minister T. R Zeliang for sabotaging the Naga issue, NPF Women Wing asserted that the intention of […]

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    Khekaho addresses Akuluto co-ordination meeting

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    Dimapur, May 26 : The monthly Akuluto departmental co-ordination meeting was held in SDO(C) office today. Parliamentary Secretary IPR, Khekaho Assumi who was also present in the meeting spoke on various issues concerning the 31st Akuluto Constituency. He also exhorted the departmental officers concerned to be efficient and sincere in discharging their duties. He cautioned that […]

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    Water supply: Angry Peren pours cold water on PHED’s washout

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    Dimapur, May 25: The Joint Action Committee for Restoration of Water Supply in Peren town has reacted sharply to the clarifications offered by the Public Health Engineering division of Peren concerning water supply to the town. The committee issued a press release on Wednesday demanding answers why the division neglected the matter for ‘more than 40 […]

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    BSNL workers launch hunger strike

    Employees of the BSNL in Dimapur have launched a hunger strike, from Wednesday, May 25, to press for a number of workers’ welfare incentives.

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    DIMAPUR, MAY 25: Employees of telecom giant, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL), in Dimapur joined their counterparts across the country to launch a three-day hunger strike on Wednesday demanding withdrawal of MT recruitment and settlement of various other HR issues. The hunger strike was initiated by the All India Graduate Engineers Telecom Officers Association (AIGETOA) and […]

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    No time for politics–release our salaries, teachers to govt.

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    Dimapur, May 25: The All Nagaland Aggrieved Hindi Teachers Association (ANAHTA) has expressed anger for what it stated was the state government’s continuing denial of the salary due to them. The teachers have students to take care of; they do not have the time or resources to approach the government time and again to seek redress […]

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    Naga Hoho passes storm relief buck to churches

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    Dimapur, May 25: The Naga Hoho, has appealed to the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) to take initiatives to extend “monetary assistance” to people affected by the recent monsoon-induced storm in the affected districts of the state. The organization felt that it would be ‘most apt to request all the Christian denominations in Nagaland to have […]

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      Narendra Modi to flag off train services to Mizoram, Manipur

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      Agartala, May 26 : Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday will flag off passenger train services to Mizoram and Manipur on the newly-laid broad gauge line, and Kamakhya-Vaishno Devi Katra weekly train, a railway official said on Thursday. “The prime minister, accompanied by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu, will use the remote control from Shillong to flag […]

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      Japan seeks 15,000 nurses from Manipur

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      Imphal, May 26 : The Japanese government has sought services of at least 15,000 nurses from Manipur, Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh said. “The Japanese embassy in Delhi has written a formal letter in this regard,” the chief minister said earlier this week. He was of the view that this demand from an advanced country like […]

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      Manipuri nurse reported missing in Delhi

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      New Delhi, May 26 : A 24-year-old nurse from Manipur went missing from outside her hostel in west Delhi’s Janakpuri area, police said today. The woman is employed at a private nursing home in Janakpuri West and lives in a hostel nearby. Her relatives in Manipur have been informed about the matter. Yesterday afternoon, the woman […]

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      Tawang group protests at Jantar Mantar

      New Delhi: Buddhist monks protest at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi on Thursday against killing of Tsering Tempa and Nyima Wangdi allegedly in a police firing in Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh. PTI Photo by Vijay Verma  (PTI5_26_2016_000178B)

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      New Delhi, May 26 : A group of people from Tawang today staged a protest here against setting up of “large” hydroelectric projects in the valley and demanded a judicial inquiry into the killing of two persons in police firing on May 2. “The death of Nyima Wangdi and Tsering Tempa in police firing on May […]

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      Bru tribe man dies allegedly of starvation

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      Aizawl, May 26 : A 46-year-old man belonging to the Bru tribe has died in Mizoram-Tripura-Bangladesh border Mamit district allegedly due to starvation, prompting a protest by Opposition Mizo National Front who demanded resignation of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs Minister. Saitirai of Thaidawr hamlet died while digging wild yam in the jungle after the […]

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      Army Chief visits Manipur after killing of AR troops

      Gen Singh expressed his condolences to the families of martyrs and directed the officials to ensure all support was extended to families.

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      DIMAPUR, MAY 25: In the wake of the insurgent attack on the Assam Rifles (AR) convoy in Chandel District in Manipur on May 22 when a Junior Commissioned Officer and five soldiers were killed, Army Chief Gen Dalbir Singh along with Eastern Army Commander Lt Gen Praveen Bakshi visited the 29 Assam Rifles battalion on Wednesday. […]

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      Mizoram may hand over dacoity case to CBI

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      AIZAWL, MAY 25: The Mizoram government is mulling handing over the December-14 dacoity case, allegedly involving the then Commandant of an Assam Rifles battalion, to the CBI, State Home Minister R Lalzirliana said here on Tuesday. The government is contemplating handing over the case to CBI as the accused Col Jasjit Singh, suspended Commandant of 39th […]

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      Fund for NE development not a problem: Rijiju

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      ITANAGAR, MAY 25: Sanctioning of funds for development activities is not an issue as the central government is adopting all possible ways to develop the North East region, Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said. The union minister’s assertion came yesterday during his visit to the fire accident site at Seppa in East Kameng […]

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        Condemn the killing, but Africa also not safe: Mahesh Sharma

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        New Delhi, May 26: Terming the killing of a Congolese national in the capital as unfortunate, Mahesh Sharma, tourism and culture minister, said that even African countries are not safe. “India is a large country and such incidents will give a bad name to India. It is an unfortunate incident. However, even Africa is not safe,” […]

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        Supreme Court allows Italian marine to leave India

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        New Delhi, May 26: The Supreme Court on Thursday allowed the second Italian marine, Salvatore Girone, under probe for the shooting of two Indian fishermen, return home till international arbitration goes on in the case that has soured bilateral ties between the two countries. The bench of Justice Prafulla C. Pant and Justice D.Y. Chandrachud relaxed […]

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        Swamy again urges Modi to remove RBI Governor

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        New Delhi, May 26: BJP’s Rajya Sabha MP Subramanian Swamy on Thursday again urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to remove RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan for, among other things, “reckless disregard of national security interests”. In a letter to the prime minister, the Bharatiya Janata Party parliamentarian raised six objections against the Reserve Bank of India Governor’s […]

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        Man stabbed to death; whole family owes up to the crime

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        New Delhi, May 26: A 48-year-old man was allegedly stabbed to death during a scuffle with his wife and children at his residence in southwest Delhi’s Sagarpur area today. A police team that reached the residence of Virender was put in a fix as all his family members — Virender’s wife Mithlesh and three children, aged […]

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        Lankan Navy constructing new church at Katchatheevu

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        New Delhi, May 26: Government today said Sri Lankan Navy is undertaking construction of a new church adjacent to an ancient church at Katchatheevu, amid apprehension in Tamil Nadu that over a century-old shrine will be demolished. “The Sri Lankan Navy is undertaking construction of a new church in response to request made by the bishop […]

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        Bihar fake currency wag arrested

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        Lucknow, May 26: The Uttar Pradesh Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) has arrested one person involved in fake Indian currency racket, a police spokesman said here today. Nizamuddin Ansari, a native of Bihar, was arrested from Charbagh railway station yesterday and fake currency with face value of Rs 7 lakh recovered from him, the spokesman said. He said […]

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        Eight injured in bus blast in Haryana, government forms SIT

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        Pipli (Haryana), May 26: At least eight people were injured on Thursday in a low-intensity blast in a Haryana Roadways bus here, police said. The state government later ordered a probe by a four-member special investigation team led by Additional Director General of Police (Crime) S.S. Kapoor. A Haryana Police spokesman said the help of the […]

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        Post poll violence takes centre-stage in Bengal

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        Kolkata, May 26: Even as the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress gears up for its second successive term at the helm, West Bengal, rather infamous for bitter political rivalry, finds itself in the news for the wrong reason of widespread political violence. While the opposition has repeatedly accused the Trinamool of pursuing “politics of terror”, the allegations […]

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          Tiny vampires that lived 740 mn years ago

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          NEW YORK, MAY 26: Vampires are real — at least the amoebae variety — and they have been around for millions of years, say researchers who found evidence of predation in ancient microbial ecosystems dating back more than 740 million years. Using a scanning electron microscope to examine minute fossils, the researchers found perfectly circular drill […]

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          Trump wins Washington primary, one step away from nomination

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          Donald Trump’s win in Washington state where he received 76.2 per cent of the total votes polled brought him less than 10 delegates shy of clinching the nomination. OLYMPIA (US), MAY 25: Facing no active opposition, Donald Trump on Wednesday cruised to victory in the Washington state primary and was just one step away from clinching […]

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          Rights abuse allegations in Tibet groundless: Chinese media

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          Beijing, MAY 25: Accusing the US of being an “active provoker” of Tibetan independence, China’s state media today said the West was making “groundless” allegations about human rights violations to sabotage the integrity of China. “The western countries are always hyping human rights conditions in Tibet. Their accusations are groundless,” said an article in the state-run […]

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          Pakistan court annuls Zia-era change to Christian divorce law

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

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          Preliminary probe suggests explosion aboard EgyptAir plane before crash

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

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          Exercise may become anti-cancer therapy in future

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

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          Obama will not apologise for Hiroshima attack

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

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          18 girls dead in Thai school dormitory fire

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

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            Amber files for divorce from Johnny Depp

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            Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are divorcing, after just 15 months of marriage.  Actress Amber Heard and Johnny Depp are divorcing, after just 15 months of marriage. Heard filed for divorce from the 52-year-old “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor on Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court, reported E! online. The 30-year-old actress has cited the […]

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            Kylie Minogue’s self-titled 1994 album to be reissued

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            Singer Kylie Minogue self-titled 1994 album will be reissued in the form of a two-disc special. The new version by record label Vibe On will feature “rare and previously unreleased bonus tracks” from the album, reported Digital Spy. “Kylie Minogue” is the fifth album by the 47-year-old Australian singer but her first album released under […]

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            Jennifer Aniston’s mother dies

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            “Friends” star Jennifer Aniston’s mother, Nancy Dow, has passed away. Aniston confirmed the sad news via a statement which read, “It is with great sadness that my brother John (Melick) and I announce the passing of our mother Nancy Dow.” “She was 79 years old and passed peacefully surrounded by family and family after enduring […]

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            Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber lead Teen Choice Award nominations

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            Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber lead the music nominees for this year’s Teen Choice Awards. The former couple – who dated on and off for five years – are up for three nominations each, Choice Female Artist and Choice Male Artist respectively as well as Choice Female Hottie and Choice Male Hottie. Justin’s track ‘Sorry’ […]

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            Australian Deputy PM says he’s Johnny Depp’s ‘Hannibal Lecter’

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            Johnny Depp will be “remembering” Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce because he has become the star’s “Hannibal Lecter”. The politician has compared himself to the fictional psychiatrist played by Anthony Hopkins in the hit movie ‘The Silence of The Lambs’ and says he has gotten into the head of the ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ […]

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            Marc Anthony sued for double booking European tour

            Marc Anthony sued for double booking European tour

            By   2 days ago

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

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

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

            By   2 days ago

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

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            Naga Talents Promo Kohima audition on May 27

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

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              Cleveland throttle Toronto Raptors

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              Cleveland, May 26: LeBron James scored 23 points then grabbed a seat, Kevin Love scored 25, and the Cleveland Cavaliers unleashed tenacious defense on Toronto to regain control of the Eastern Conference finals with a 116-78 rout of the Raptors in Game 5 on Wednesday night. Back on their home court following two straight losses in […]

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              NSCA to hold meeting

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              Dimapur, MAY 26: The Nagaland Sports Coaches Association (NSCA) will hold a general meeting on June 8, at 11 am, at the Nagaland Olympic Association Office. The venue is near the Indoor Badminton Stadium in Kohima, according to press note from the NSCA. The NSCA has requested all the NIS coaches to attend the meeting.

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              Chakhroma Sports Association to meet

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              Dimapur, MAY 26: The Chakhroma Sports Association will be conveying its first executive meeting for the tenure 2016-2020 on May 28. The meeting will commence at 11:00 am at the CPO hall in Chümukedima in Dimapur. The information was offered in a press release from the CSA. All the office bearers, CSA representatives to ASA, and […]

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              Russia names Sharapova in Olympics tennis squad

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              Moscow, May 26 : The Russian Tennis Federation (RTF) has named dope offender and suspended star Maria Sharapova among four tennis players who will compete in women’s singles at the Olympics in Rio. Apart from Sharapova, Svetlana Kuznetsova, Anastasia Pavliuchenkova, and Darya Kasatkina were named, reports Tass. The regulations for the Games say countries can enter […]

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              Kiran More impressed with NE talent pool

              Former international cricketer Kiran More with the coaching team of the National Cricket Academy and the cricketers of the northeast region who are undergoing a camp at Nagaland Cricket Academy, Dimapur.

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              The former Indian wicketkeeper-batsman hopes for more exposure for the players    DIMAPUR, MAY 25: Former Indian cricketer, Kiran More visited the ongoing BCCI-sponsored coaching camp for under-16 cricketers for the north east region under the guidance of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) at the Nagaland Cricket Stadium, Dimapur. The former wicketkeeper-batsman visited the camp, held […]

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              Subrata Paul among five to sign for NorthEast United

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              Shillong, May 25: Indian Super League (ISL) franchise NorthEast United FC on Wednesday announced the signing of India international goalkeeper Subrata Paul along with Nirmal Chettri, Rowllin Borges, Shouvik Ghosh and Sumit Passi for the third edition of the tournament. The franchise have named Brazilian Sergio Farias its head coach. With the addition of these five […]

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              Bopanna, Paes and Sania enter French Open 2nd round

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              Paris, May 25: India’s tennis stars Sania Mirza, Leander Paes and Rohan Bopanna got their French Open campaign off to a winning start as the trio won their respective women’s doubles and men’s doubles matches to enter the second round here on Wednesday. World No.1 women’s doubles pair of Sania and her Swiss partner Martina Hingis […]

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              Granit Xhaka joins Arsenal

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              London, May 25: Arsenal have boosted their midfield for the next football season with the signing of Borussia Monchengladbach’s Granit Xhaka with a long-term contract on Wednesday. “Arsenal have reached an agreement with Granit Xhaka to join the club on a long-term contract for an undisclosed fee,” Arsenal said in a statement. “Xhaka has completed his […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with VetaHuprem

                Style Spot In conversation with VetaHuprem

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

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Gloria Ovung

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

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

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                By   2 weeks ago

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

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Velhousa Movi

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                By   3 weeks ago

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

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Kenei Rhakho

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                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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                By   2 months ago

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

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

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                  By   4 days ago

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

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special Crispy Chilly Potatoes of Bambusa

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

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Special recipe of Highnoon Cafe Dimapur

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

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

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                  By   4 weeks ago

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

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

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                  By   1 month ago

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

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

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

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

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                  By   2 months ago

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

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Double chocolate Orangecake recipe by Pito Kiba

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                  By   2 months ago

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Khekiho Yeptho

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                    Khekiho Yeptho fondly known as Kheky, found his love and passion for music when he committed his life for the Lord and from that moment onwards, the gospel artist channeled his love for God through his music. “Time has its own way to teach us the meaning of life, and life teaches us the importance […]

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Seilansang Khongsai

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Mengu Suokhrie

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                    By   2 weeks ago

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kevizenuo Kire

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                    By   3 weeks ago

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Romet and Seyie

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                    By   4 weeks ago

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Joseph Konyak

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                    By   1 month ago

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Redolent

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

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                    In conversation with Castor

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                    By   2 months ago

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

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