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‘Feed power to Wokha town from Doyang project by April 30’

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Lotha Hoho says it will not allow power transmission from Doyang if govt fails to meet deadline Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The Lotha Hoho has warned the state government that it will not allow transmission of power from Doyang Hydro Electric Project (DHEP) if the latter fails to feed power to Wokha town ‘directly’ from […]

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No alternative to NPF in Nagaland: Shürhozelie

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Our Correspondent Kohima, March 29 (EMN): Chief minister and NPF president, Dr Shürhozelie Liezietsu said the days of Congress party were over throughout the country and at present, there was no alternative to NPF in Nagaland. He said this while addressing the NPF Kohima division leaders’ convention as the guest speaker held at IG Stadium […]

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ADC Niuland objects to CAG oversight

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Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): In a letter addressed to the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG), the Additional Deputy Commissioner of Niuland, V Lovitoly Sema has asked the former to specifically mention the period – January 2014 to June 2014 – during which the CAG had reported that the ADC of Niuland had ‘fraudulently’ drawn Rs […]

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Acharya pleads the case of Hindi teachers

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Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): Citing the purpose of national integration, governor PB Acharya has asked the central government to retain the services of 1379 Hindi teachers appointed under various centrally sponsored schemes (CSS) in Nagaland till December 20 this year. The centre has already announced that the schemes will be discontinued with the completion of […]

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Lok Sabha passes all four GST Bills

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New Delhi, March 29 (IANS): The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the much-awaited Central Goods and Services Tax (GST) Bill, Integrated GST Bill, Compensation GST Bill and Union Territory GST Bill 2017, after negating all the amendments put forward by the Opposition. The four GST Bills were passed after an eight-hour marathon debate in the […]

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Edu dept cancels promotion order

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Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The state government has cancelled with immediate effect ‘the promotion of graduate teachers and sub-inspector of schools (SIS) and re-designation of area education officers (AEO)’ notified through its order: DSE/PROM/1-78/2015 issued on March 11 this year.

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NPF alleges ‘unholy’ ACAUT-Congress nexus

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Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has alleged nexus between the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) and ACAUT Nagaland – stating that birds of the same feather flock together. In a press release issued by the party’s ‘media & press bureau’ on Wednesday, the NPF stated that the ‘marginalized Congress party leaders […]

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SC upholds High Court’s sacking of over 10,000 teachers

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Agartala, March 29 (IANS): In a major setback to the Tripura government, the Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the Tripura High Court order terminating the jobs of over 10,000 teachers but allowed them to continue in their jobs till December 31, the state’s Law Secretary said. The apex court asked the Tripura government to initiate […]

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    Deplorable Tseminyu-Wokha road: Rengma youths warn govt

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    More than 10 years ‘technical problem’ excuse no longer tolerable, says RSZ  Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): A Rengma youth organisation has threatened the Nagaland government with agitation if the latter does not start taking steps to see to the highway between Tseminyu sub-division, in Kohima district, and Wokha district which the youths alleged remains neglected […]

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    Wokha children paint for peace

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      Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): An art event, ‘Paint for Peace’, is encouraging children and students in Wokha town to paint walls and open areas as an expression of their opinions about conflict and peace. Paint for Peace is an initiative of the We Are Young Foundation, supported by the Foundation for Social Transformation to […]

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    Children are society’s ‘greatest natural resource’, Assam Rifles officer says

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): Children, and by extension students, are society’s greatest ‘natural resource.’ Events such as sports help to nurture their minds and educate them in applying the spirit of teamwork in their lives, students of a school in Dimapur were told by an Assam Rifles officer recently. The sports week of an educational […]

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    NSCN (R) says Assam Rifles engaging in operations against group

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The NSCN (Reformation) has lamented that the Assam Rifles are engaged in operations against the faction in Arunachal Pradesh and Manipur “killing many unsuspecting Naga army for awards and accolades.” The ‘secretary, ministry of information and publicity’ of the NSCN (Reformation) issued a press release on Tuesday. ‘We have seen not […]

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    Nagaland Users’ Network and ARK respond on issue of Bedaquiline

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The Nagaland Users’ Network and ARK Foundation has issued a “further rejoinder” to a press statement, said to have been issued by the Nagaland TB Officer that Bedaquiline was approved in India in 2015. The statement was published in the other newspapers. The two organisations issued a press release on Tuesday. […]

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    ‘Peer mediation helps in solving students’ problems’

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): Wokha chapter of the Peace Channel organised one-day inter-school seminar on peer mediation as a tool to peace building at Don Bosco Youth Centre, Wokha, on March 25.

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): Department of Health & Family Welfare Dimapur under the aegis of National Health Mission (NHM), organised a multi-speciality health mela on March 28 at Kuhuboto PHC. Chief Medical Officer (CMO), Dr. Vikato Kinimi, who inaugurated the mela, urged the public to avail the facilities which were brought to their door steps.

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    NStCB inaugurates ATM at Jalukie

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    Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The Nagaland State Cooperative Bank (NStCB) has launched it 8th ATM services for its banking operation at Jalukie on March 28, with the inauguration of ATM booth by Rhosietho Nguori, SDO (Civil) as chief guest. 

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      Biren Singh visits victims of road mishap

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, March 29: Manipur Chief Minister Nongthombam Biren Singh today said steps are on to start helicopter service to serve as a blessing for people living in remote peripheral areas with little accessibility top healthcare Centres. Chief Minister Biren was speaking to reporters while visiting the injured persons of March 27 tragic road […]

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      Guv, CM greets on Manipuri New Year

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      Our Correspondent Imphal, March 29 : Sajibu Nongma Panba Cheiraoba, the New Year of the Manipuris was celebrated widely in Manipur on Wednesday. Celebrated on the first day of the Manipuri month, Sajibu, which falls in the month of March or April, last year was held on April 8. Praying to almighty Gods by offering […]

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      195 million in India undernourished

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      Guwahati, March 29 (PTI): Close to 195 million people in India still remain undernourished and do not have access to healthy diet, a seminar was told here today. Assam’s position was among one of the bottom five states of the country and was also lacking in its health and nutrition indicators with 36.4 per cent […]

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      Ayursundra Hospital to conduct media clinic at Guwahati Press Club

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      Guwahati, March 29 (EMN): Newly inaugurated healthcare institute of northeast India, Ayursundra Superspeciality Hospital will conduct the next weekly evening OPD clinic at Guwahati Press Club on Saturday (1 April 2017) for the benefit of its members and their dependants. Opened on 9 February at Gorchuk locality in the city, the hospital is part of […]

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      Hindu temples attacked near India-Myanmar Int’l Border

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      Imphal, March 29 (IANS): A Hindu temple on the Indian side of the India-Myanmar International Border was attacked on Wednesday, causing concern among local officials and people. The second largest temple in the Northeast — and popularly known as Shiva temple — was attacked with a powerful remote-controlled bomb around 8.45 a.m, police said. No […]

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      Dine in style on Majuli, World’s largest river island

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      Aditya Barua Guwahati, March 29 (IANS): A family’s kitchen in Assam’s Majuli Island has become a must-dine venue for the people visiting the world’s largest freshwater river Island. Run by Manjit Risang and his family, Risang’s Kitchen has been serving authentic, mouth-watering delicacies of the Mishing tribe with the aromatic Mishing rice beer called apong. […]

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      NDA govt trying to scuttle MGNREGA: Tripura CM

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      Agartala, March 28 (IANS): Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar has claimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led central government is trying to close the rural job scheme MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act). “The present central government is gradually curtailing the allocation of funds under the MGNREGA to close the rural job scheme,” […]

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      Conference on Natural Resources Management underway in Manipur University

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      Our correspondent Imphal, March 28:Scientists and experts have expressed the need to prioritise couple of rare and important bio-resources available in the North Eastern states to make a global level product for the upliftment of the socio-economy of the region as well as the country. “Even though North Eastern region is said to be the […]

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        Protest shutdown hits life in Kashmir, clashes at some places

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          Srinagar, March 29 (IANS): Life across the Kashmir Valley was affected on Wednesday by the separatist-called protest shutdown against the shooting death of three civilians during security operations against militants and clashes broke out in some parts. Clashes erupted in Baramulla’s old town and Palhalan town of that district as angry youths pelted stones […]

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        14 Odisha places sizzle in 40-plus temperatures

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        Bhubaneswar, March 29 (IANS): Odisha continued to reel under intense heat wave as 14 places recorded temperature above 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday. Highest temperature was recorded in the city of Bolangir at 43.3 degrees Celsius while Titlagarh town sizzled at 43 degrees Celsius. Both industrial towns of Angul and Jharsuguda recorded 42.7 degrees Celsius, […]

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        2 IS suspects plead guilty before court

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        New Delhi, March 29 (IANS): Two suspected members of the Islamic State (IS) militant group on Wednesday moved an application before a court here, pleading guilty to the charges levelled against them. Sheikh Azhar-ul-Islam alias Abdul Sattar Sheikh and Mohammed Farhan alias Mohammed Rafiq Shaikh pleaded guilty to the charges before District Judge Amar Nath, […]

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        3,296 officers punished by CVC for alleged graft: Government

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        New Delhi, March 29 (PTI): A total of 3,296 officers of central government were awarded various punishments by the Central Vigilance Commission for alleged corruption in the year 2016, Lok Sabha was informed today. The reply by Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Jitendra Singh said that in 2016, the Commission imposed […]

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        16 Goa revenue department officials suspended

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        Panaji, March 29 (IANS): Sixteen officials of the Goa Revenue Department were suspended on Wednesday for coming late to work, shortly after a surprise visit by Revenue Minister Rohan Khaunte at a sub-district collectorate. Khaunte on Wednesday morning visited the sub-collectorate in Mapusa, located around 10 km from Panaji, and later told reporters that the […]

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        Bring a proposal against hunger: Mulayam Singh Yadav

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        New Delhi, March 29 (IANS): Samajwadi Party MP Mulayam Singh Yadav on Wednesday called upon the government to ensure that none in the country died of hunger. Participating in a discussion in the Lok Sabha on the GST Bill, the former SP chief said: “GST would be passed anyway, what should I say on it… […]

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        Another African assaulted in Greater Noida

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        Noida, March 29 (IANS) A day after four Nigerian students were attacked, an African woman was on Wednesday morning dragged out of a cab and assaulted in Greater Noida, the police said. According to the police, a woman coming from Delhi after meeting a friend was allegedly attacked near Knowledge Park area around 4.30 a.m. […]

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        Nurse recruitment scam accused arrested in Kerala

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        Kochi, March 29 (IANS): Two years after the Rs 200 crore nurse recruitment scam surfaced in Kerala, the CBI on Wednesday morning arrested the skulking key accused M. Varghese Uthup here. After being picked up when he alighted from a Middle East flight here, Uthup told the media that he will reveal everything at the […]

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          Donald Trump signs order to roll back Obama’s climate change measures

          Washington : President Donald Trump, accompanied by coal miners and, from left, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt, second from right, Energy Secretary Rick Perry, and Vice President Mike Pence, far right, holds up the signed Energy Independence Executive Order, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, at EPA headquarters in Washington. AP/PTI(AP3_29_2017_000007B)

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          Washington, March 29 (PTI): US President Donald Trump today signed another controversial executive order to radically change his predecessor Barack Obama’s climate policies, dealing a body blow to the international efforts to combat global warming. Trump signed the order at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), keeping his campaign promise to support the coal industry.

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          Brexit countdown begins as Article 50 triggered

          London : Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in the House of Commons in London  in this image taken from video  Wednesday March 29, 2017. May will announce to Parliament that Britain is set to formally file for divorce from the European Union Wednesday, ending a 44-year relationship, enacting the decision made by U.K. voters in a referendum nine months ago and launching both Britain and the bloc into uncharted territory. AP/PTI(PTI3_29_2017_000129B)

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          London, March 29 (PTI): Prime Minister Theresa May today said there could be “no turning back” as the countdown to Britain’s exit from the EU began after the British envoy to the economic bloc delivered her letter to the European Council in Brussels, announcing the UK’s intention to end its 44-year association. In her statement […]

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          Committed to resolving South China Sea issue peacefully: Philippines

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          Manila, March 29 (IANS): The Philippines on Wednesday said it was committed to resolving the South China Sea issue peacefully. China and the Philippines will hold the first meeting of a bilateral consultation mechanism on the South China Sea issue in May. Jose said the bilateral consultation mechanism is significant because it will provide a […]

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          Human waste found in Coca-Cola cans, probe launched

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          London, March 29 (IANS): Coca-Cola has called in police to investigate after human waste turned up in a consignment of its drink cans at one of the companys factories in Northern Ireland. Police officials confirmed on Tuesday that they have opened an inquiry into how faeces ended up in the cans at the Hellenic Bottling […]

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          100 pc committed to Paris deal, says China after Trump snubs

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          Beijing, March 29 (PTI): China, the world’s largest emitter of greenhouse gases, today reaffirmed that it remains “100 per cent” committed to the landmark Paris climate deal, looking to seize the leadership of global environment policy after US President Donald Trump began dismantling Obama-era policies. In another controversial executive order, Trump decided today to radically […]

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          Gen Rawat conferred honourary general title of Nepal Army

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          Kathmandu, March 29 (PTI): Indian Army chief Gen Bipin Rawat was today conferred the title of honourary general of the Nepal Army by Nepalese President Bidya Devi Bhandari. Gen Rawat was honoured at a special ceremony at the president’s official residence ‘Sheetal Niwas’ in Kathmandu. She handed over a sword, an insignia and a certificate […]

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          Ex-French PM to back presidential hopeful Macron

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          Paris, March 29 (IANS): Former Socialist French Prime Minister Manuel Valls on Wednesday said he would vote for the independent centrist presidential candidate rather than his own party’s option in order to thwart a right-wing victory in the upcoming elections. Valls was speaking to BFM TV when he confirmed rumours that he would back former […]

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          Warplanes target Syria’s Euphrates Dam workers

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          Damascus, March 29 (IANS): Warplanes targeted maintenance workers of the Euphrates Dam in Syria’s Raqqa province, a monitor group has said. Airstrikes believed to be conducted by the US-led anti-terror coalition killed Engineer Ahmad Husain and another maintenance worker in Tabqa city on Tuesday, Xinhua news agency quoted Syrian Observatory for Human Rights as saying.

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            Bob Dylan to receive Nobel prize in Stockholm at weekend

            FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2012 file photo, Bob Dylan performs in Los Angeles. Fifty years into his career as a recording artist and a week away from release of an extraordinary new CD, Dylan spent his Tuesday evening where he seems to feel most comfortable — on a stage. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, File)

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            Music icon Bob Dylan is to receive his Nobel prize this weekend at a meeting with the Swedish Academy in Stockholm, it was announced today.

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            Asha Bhosle donates Rs 25k to ‘Li’l Champs’ contestants

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            Legendary singer Asha Bhosle, who will next be seen as a special guest on children singing reality show “Amul Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Lil Champs Season 6”, felt emotional after hearing about the journey of two contestants Jasu Khan and Adnan Hussain and donated Rs 25,000 each to their families.

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            Brad Pitt joined Jolie, kids on Cambodia trip

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            Actor-filmmaker Brad Pitt secretly joined his former wife Angelina Jolie during a trip to Cambodia in February. Jolie was in Cambodia for her film “First They Killed My Father”. A source told eonline.com that Pitt was in Cambodia “most of the time except when it conflicted with his own shoot schedule”.

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            I will run: Karan Johar on hearing Kangana’s name

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            “I am going to run out of here” is how filmmaker Karan Johar reacted when he heard actress Kangana Ranaut’s name being mentioned at an event here. The filmmaker’s war of words with Kangana has led to a huge debate on nepotism in the film industry and Johar, who was present at the launch of […]

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            Father-to-be George Clooney: I’m even happier

            FILE - APRIL 26: According to reports April 26, 2014 Geoge Clooney is engaged to Amal Alamuddin. NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 01:  George Clooney attends the "Gravity" New York premiere at AMC Lincoln Square Theater on October 1, 2013 in New York City.  (Photo by D Dipasupil/FilmMagic) ORG XMIT: 182303915 ORIG FILE ID: 182616175

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            Actor-filmmaker George Clooney, also a first-time father-to-be, says that he is happier than before. During an interview with eonline.com, he spoke about his wife Amal Clooney and their babies. “Can you believe it?! Yeah, (I’m) even happier (than before),” he gushed.

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            Being bad is so much more fun: Priyanka Chopra

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            Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, who has bagged a negative character in the Hollywood film “Baywatch”, says being bad is fun. Priyanka on Wednesday took to Twitter, where she shared a photograph of herself along with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron, Alexandra Daddario, Kelly Rohrbach and Jon Bass.

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            After romance, technology has killed conversation too: Karan Johar

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            Filmmaker Karan Johar, best known for love stories and family entertainers, feels that technology has killed the romance in real life and now it is killing the conversation between people. “I find conversation among people has become very rare about art and artists. Phone has become like a part of our body now. We are […]

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            When Emma Thompson threatened to quit a film

            LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 20:  Actress Emma Thompson attends the Closing Night Gala European Premiere of "Saving Mr Banks" during the 57th BFI London Film Festival at Odeon Leicester Square on October 20, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for BFI)

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            Actress Emma Thompson said she once threatened to leave a movie after a producer asked her co-star to “lose some weight”. She was discussing the pressure for actresses to be thin in Hollywood while on the talk show “Skavlan” last week, reports people.com.

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              Northern Angami T-20 cricket bash begins

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              Lower Bayavü Giants, Zienuobadze High Flyers register easy wins Our Correspondent Kohima, March 29 (EMN): Lower Bayavü Giants and Zienuobadze High Flyers registered easy wins in their respective games at the ongoing 4th 10-Northern Angami-1 T-20 Bash 2017 at Kohima Village ground, Ziekezuo on Wednesday. The tournament is organised by Brotherhood Group under the theme […]

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              Baptist High School sports week underway

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              Our Correspondent Kohima, March 29 (EMN): The three-day annual sports meet of Baptist High School, Kohima got underway today at D Khel local ground. The special guest, Deo Nukhu, parliamentary secretary for Higher and Technical Education addressing the student said that sports activities discipline a person, and ‘to stay healthy and maintain a clean habit, […]

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              Titans lead by 263 at end of day 2

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              Raj Verma Memorial Trophy Mokokchung, March 29 (EMN): The second day in the ongoing Raj Verma Memorial Trophy started with Skylark continuing to bat who were trailing by 12 runs with one wicket to spare chasing a target of 131 runs set by the Titans. Skylark lost their last wicket for 141 runs.

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              Mohammad Irfan banned for a year, admits to fixing approach

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              Karachi, March 29 (PTI): Pakistan pacer Mohammad Irfan was today slapped with a one-year ban and fined USD 1,000 after he admitted to have failed in reporting a spot-fixing approach by bookmakers during the Pakistan Super League. “You are aware that on March 14th the board called in and suspended me on the basis of […]

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              Cristiano Ronaldo gets airport named after him in Madeira

              Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo stands past a bust presented during a ceremony where Madeira's airport in Funchal is to be renamed after Cristiano Ronaldo, on Madeira island, on March 29, 2017.
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              Funchal (Portugal), March 29 (IANS): Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo was on Wednesday given a special tribute when the airport of the city of Funchal at his home state of Madeira was named after him. During an event that saw the airport change its name officially, the Real Madrid star forward said: “I know that […]

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              Phek to host veteran football tournament

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              Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The forthcoming 8th edition of the Nagaland Veteran Football championship 2017 will be held from April 6-10, 2017 at Phek Town and hosted by the Phek District Veteran Football Association (PDVFA).

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              Jalukie valley tournament

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              Dimapur, March 29 (EMN): The final match of the 12th Jalukie Valley Youth Organisation (JVYO) tourney will be played between Flamingos Football Club and New Jalukie Red on April 1 2017 at Jalukie B village Local Ground, a press release issued by Ahiabe Chuilo, General Secretary of the Organisation stated.

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              Sports Ministry promotes football in parliament

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              New Delhi, March 29 (IANS): The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports distributed footballs among Members of Parliament to promote the Mission XI Million Programme for taking the game across India in the run up to the FIFA U-17 World Cup to be hosted in October.

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Khochamo Kikon

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                Dimapur based Khochamo Kikon is an upcoming singer and songwriter, his love for music which began at a very young age propelled him to take part in the Naga Hindi Voice, Season 2 and he finished the competition as one of the finalists. His debut single “I’m right here” composed by Sui Zeliang and Khochamo […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Radio City

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                Influenced by the late 70s and early 90s rock music, Radio City is a newly formed band from Kohima consisting of Along Jamir on the lead vocals, Zajamo Kithan on the guitars, Razo Tenenu on the bass and Aditya Rana on the drums. Winning the “Best Original” title at Sungkotenem Beat Contest “Clash of the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Medo Kense

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                The cheerful Medo Kense natively from Tuophema village was introduced to music at a very young age by his uncles, and music has become a big part of his life ever since. From singing in Sunday school events to forming a teenage band ‘Raising Souls”, Medo has evolved into an inspiring musician. Crediting INDIHUT for […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with NTdote

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                NTdote inspired by Dream Theater and Theocracy is a five member band consisting of Choseo on the vocals, Tselo and Khriela on the guitars, Vela on the bass and Langs on the drums. Formed in the year 2013, the band seeks to reveal the complications of life through their songs. Their debut original “Beyond the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘Disciple of Love’

                Rhythm of Love In conversation with ‘Disciple of Love’

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                ‘Disciple of Love’ an alternative rock band from Longleng district is a four member team. Their journey to music started in 2008 when they got together for Music Safari. With their stint at Music Safari, there was no looking back for this young group. Their debut album “Everyone goes down” was an eight year dream […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Chingmei Shükshuhü Phom

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                By   2 months ago

                Chingmei Shükshuhü Phom who gave up his studies to follow his dream of singing has recently released his debut single “Real Men Don’t Rape” that speaks of the present situation of women being victimised. The song with the useful message is being sung in English and Nagamese. Chingmei from Yongnyah Hongnyü village wishes to bring […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Jatphoa Konyak

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                Jatphoa Konyak -19 year old upcoming singer, songwriter from Mon district, currently a student is in high spirits with his debut music video and song “Dream on” written and composed by himself and promoted by music artist Moba Inggang. A step forward to his dreams of making his heart and others happy through music, Jatphoa […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Skylark

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                By   3 months ago

                SKYLARK as the name signifies are young upcoming band formed in 2016. The band comprises of Imna Tzüdir, Bendang Aier, Yanger Lkr and Bendang Kichu who believes their Unity and trust on each other encourages them to make better music. Just established themselves into the musical world, SKYLARK strives to fly high with their music […]

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