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Veterinary professionals observe World Vet Day

Recipient of Best Veterinarian Award 2016, Dr. Michael Imti Imchen

Our Correspondent KOHIMA, APRIL 30 Veterinarians from all the districts of Nagaland today converged in Kohima on Saturday to observe the World Veterinary Day at Hotel Japfü under the aegis of Nagaland State Veterinary Council (NSVC).

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Workers are creators of wealth: Guv Acharya

EMN Dimapur, April 30 Governor of Nagaland & Assam, PB Acharya has said that May Day, also known as International Workers’ Day and Labour Day in some places, is a celebration of labourers and the working classes that is promoted by the international labour movement every year on 1st May.

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Colloquium on legal awareness pushes for Uniform Inheritance Act


Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APRIL 30 Opportunity has been placed before Naga menfolk – the traditional custodians of Naga customary laws to help their women take collective ‘first great step towards gender liberation and emancipation.’

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Corruption itself has become a business, say experts

IANS New Delhi, April 30 Rather than simply being an unwanted element in business, corruption itself has become a business today, experts contended at an international conference here on Saturday. The weak law and the lackadaisical attitude of the law enforcement agencies has pushed the country into the clutches of corruption, senior Supreme Court advocate […]

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SC raps Centre for ‘doing nothing’ on pollution

PTI New Delhi, April 30 “You people are just sipping coffee and doing nothing,” the Supreme Court observed on Saturday while rapping the Government for not coming forward with some solutions to reduce pollution levels due to vehicular emissions, saying “it is the matter of life”.

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Intellectuals delve deep into peace mantra

Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, APRIL 30 Peace is once again the focus of discussion by a local organization – the People’s Forum for Peace (PFP) of Dimapur during a workshop on Saturday here at Hotel Acacia. The workshop in collaboration with another motivational group- Peace Channel, focused on the theme ‘networking for peace to transform the […]

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No infrastructure, so no Nagaland High Court, says law minister

EMN Dimapur, April 28 Arrested development in Nagaland may also have arrested another of the state’s most cherished dreams: separate High Court for Nagaland. The demand for a high court for the hilly state remains one of the most high-profile aspirations for the local judicial administration and political lobbyists. The pitch touched crescendo during the […]

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    WAYO instates new team

    EMN KOHIMA, APRIL 30 Western Angami Youth Orgaisation (WAYO) has instated a new team of office bearers for the tenure 2016-2019. The local group is led by Neidilhoutuo Neibu Sechü as its president. The handing and taking over of the WAYO responsibility was formally done today at Satuo Kikramia Ki, Sechüma village. Speaking at the […]

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    Shalom Bible Seminary sees off new graduates

    Our Correspondent KOHIMA, APRIL 30 Shalom Bible Seminary (SBS) of Sechü Zubza, under Kohima district, conducted their 17th commencement exercises on April 29. Dr. Atsi Dolie, executive director of the Angami Baptist Church Council was the guest of honor for the event. 38 students graduated in Master of Divinity, while 16 students graduated in Bachelor […]

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    Not forgotten: Kohima village’s seniors find a place of love

    Khriehu Liezietsu

    After the battles had been fought, a quiet life in the sunset of their lives is all they wish. Yet, the value of taking care of the elderly is slowly fading. But a group of concerned citizens in Kohima wants to change that, reports our Kohima Correspondent Atono Tsukru KOHIMA, APRIL 30 The Friends of […]

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    Monsoon rains down extortionists on Dimapur

    EMN Dimapur, April 30 The police authorities of Dimapur district must have to keep their boots dusty most of the time not because of the dusty roads but for the ever-enterprising extortionists that continue to plague the business town. The authorities have arrested a number of individuals–including non-local persons extorting on undergrounds’ behest –during the […]

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    Need of guidance cells in edu. institutions

    EMN Dimapur, April 30 Counselling can help students to develop fully, intellectually and academically if only there were ‘guidance cells’ in the educational institutions, a recent workshop has stated. A workshop about counselling therapies at the NEISSR on April 30 in Dimapur. The director of Shalom Rehabilitation Centre Dr. Mathew Thuniampral spoke during the event.

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    DMC clears clogged drainage

    DMC workers cleaning the drainage near Nagarjan Police Point, Dimapur, on April 29.

    EMN DIMAPUR, APRIL 29 Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) on April 29 had cleaned major drainage in Dimapur town near Nagarjan Police Point junction under the joint supervision of the DMC administrator, H Atokhe Aye, and leaders of Medical Colony and United Colony Ward No. 20.

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    Theologians called to be ambassador of Christ

    Graduating students presenting a special number ‘The regions beyond’ on the 33rd Commencement Ceremony of the Christ for the Nations Bible College, Kohima, on Friday.

    Our Correspondent KOHIMA, APRIL 29 The 33rd Commencement Ceremony of the Christ for the Nations Bible College (CFNBC), Kohima was held today at the College premises, honoring the 16 graduating students. Six students graduated in Master of Divinity, while eight graduated in Bachelor of Theology and two graduated in Theology.

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      ‘Scheduled Tribe status demand may ignite communal carnage’

      IANS IMPHAL, APRIL 30 A Manipur group which is demanding implementation of the Inner Line Permit (ILP) system in Manipur to regulate the entry and stay of non-locals feels that the demand for Scheduled Tribe status for the Meiteis will ignite communal carnage.

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      Don Bosco College Maram awarded CPE status

      EMN KOHIMA, APRIL 30 Adding another feather to its list of academic achievements Don Bosco College Maram (Manipur) has been awarded the status of College with Potential for Excellence (CPE) by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi.

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      Mnp roads blocked to protest deaths with communal slant

      IANS IMPHAL, APRIL 30 Separate incidents in Manipur, each with communal overtones, in which four people lost their lives have led to protests and blocking of national and state highways in the last few days, police said.

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      Court sentences 12 to life for Cong MLA murder 34 yrs back

      PTI AGARTALA, APRIL 30 A local court today convicted 12 persons and sentenced them to life imprisonment in connection with the murder of opposition Congress MLA Parimal Saha, 33 years after the crime.

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      15,000 Methamphetamine tablets seized in Lunglei

      PTI AIZAWL, APRIL 30 In a joint operation, Mizoram Excise and Narcotics department officials and the BSF personnel today seized 15,000 Methamphetamine tablets in Lunglei town, a department spokesperson said.

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      Grenade found accidentally, militant arrested

      PTI IMPHAL, APRIL 30 A hand grenade was accidentally discovered by a farmer at Thamnapokpi Mayai Leikai in Bishunupur district of Manipur today.

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      Woman, child die as cyclone strikes Arunachal Pradesh

      PTI ITANAGAR, APRIL 30 A woman and a child were killed today when the house, they were staying in, collapsed due to cyclone and hailstorm at Diyun circle in Changlang district.

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        Look East to Act East policy: Prez pitches for closer ties with NZ

        President Pranab Mukherjee being welcomed in traditionally Maori Style by Gregory Baughen, official secretary of Governor General Sir Jerry Mateparae.

        PTI AUCKLAND, APRIL 30 With India’s ‘Look East’ policy evolving into ‘Act East’, President Pranab Mukherjee has pitched for closer ties with New Zealand and said the region has gained even “greater salience” in New Delhi’s strategic thinking and economic engagement.

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        Nitish govt rolls out red carpet for Kanhaiya Kumar in Patna

        PTI PATNA, APRIL 30 Nitish Kumar government in Bihar rolled out the red carpet for Jawaharlal Nehru University Students’ Union president Kanhaiya Kumar who is on his first visit to his home state after release from jail on charge of sedition. Kanhaiya was escorted by the policemen at the airport on his arrival from New […]

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        VVIP chopper scam: Ex-deputy Air chief questioned

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 30 Starting a fresh round of questioning after a recent order of an Italian court in AgustaWestland alleged corruption case, the CBI on Saturday questioned former Air Force Deputy Chief JS Gujral for over eight hours in the case. He will be called again for questioning, CBI sources said, adding that […]

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        Cong to gherao Parliament on May 6; to highlight Uttarakhand, drought issues

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 30 Amid escalating confrontation with the government, Congress on Saturday announced a gherao of Parliament on May 6 to highlight issues like Uttarakhand, drought and the campaign of “deceit and deliberate lies” against opposition.

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        48% of Indian males consume tobacco, government says

        PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 30 Nearly 35 per cent or 27.5 crore adults in India consume tobacco in some form or the other and the prevalence among males is 48 per cent, while in females it is 20 per cent, Lok Sabha was told on Friday.

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        Ban on registry of higher-capacity diesel vehicles arbitrary, SC told

        IANS NEW DELHI, APRIL 30 The Supreme Court was told on Saturday that the its banning of diesel vehicles with engine capacity of 2,000 cc or more was arbitrary as there was no “established” link between engine capacity and the emission levels.

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        Privilege war in RS, Shah targets Sonia Gandhi again on deal

        PTI Ahmedabad/New Delhi, April 29 BJP and Congress today launched a privilege war in Parliament as Amit Shah attacked Sonia Gandhi again asking her to explain a “number of relaxations” given to tainted chopper manufacturer AugustaWestland that he said “compromised” nation’s interests.

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          How the Moon got mysterious “tattoos” decoded

          PTI WASHINGTON, APRIL 30 NASA scientists have found new insights into how the Moon got its mysterious “tattoos” — swirling patterns of light and dark found at over a hundred locations across the lunar surface. “These patterns, called ‘lunar swirls,’ appear almost painted on the surface of the Moon,” said John Keller of NASA’s Goddard […]

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          Europe could learn from India in tackling migrant crisis: Australian official

          PTI VIENNA, APRIL 30 Europe can learn from India in tackling the migrant crisis as the country has experience in dealing with migrants and integrating them, a top Austrian official has said. As Europe grapples with an unprecedented influx of migrants, there is definitely a strategic partnership between India and the EU, said Herbert Krauss, […]

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          Donald Trumps bags major endorsements

          PTI WASHINGTON, April 29 Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has netted three major endorsements, including from two House committee chairmen, signalling that the party leadership is warming to the real estate tycoon.

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          UK Open University honour for Indian educationist

          IANS LONDON, APRIL 29 The UK Open University has honoured professor Asha S. Kanwar, one of the world’s leading advocates of learning for development, for her “exceptional contribution to global education, social justice and human development”.

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          Teens who bombed gurudwara in Germany were IS sympathisers: report

          PTI BERLIN, April 29 Two secondary school students accused of carrying out a bomb attack on a Gurudwara in the German city of Essen nearly two weeks ago are radical Islamists and sympathisers of the Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaeda, authorities said.

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          NASA-inspired ‘miracle suit’ saving new mothers from death

          IANS WASHINGTON, APRIL 29 Inspired by NASA research on inflated anti-gravity suit or G-suit, “miracle suits” are helping new mothers survive blood loss after birth in developing countries, including India. California-based Zoex Corporation was the first company to develop commercially available pressure garment suitable for treating shock and blood loss in new mothers.

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          Global warming to deplete oxygen in oceans: Study

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

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

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            Page and Robert Plant unlikely to testify in plagiarism trial

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

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            Prescription painkillers found in Prince’s possession

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

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            Akshay Kumar to award the girl who fought her molester


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

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            Lindsay Lohan’s former driver sues for unpaid bills

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

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            Megadeth release 360º video for Poisonous Shadows

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

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            Beyoncé Hints Jay Z Cheated on New Album

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

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            R&B singer Billy Paul dead at 80

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

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              BCCI gives nod to Nagaland Cricket Stadium facilities

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              EMN DIMAPUR, APRIL 30 The facilities of the playing area, and the pitches, inside the Nagaland Cricket Stadium at Dimapur were given a nod of approval by the BCCI appointed East Zone Curator, Ashish Bhowmick on Friday last, when he came visiting. According to a press release from the Nagaland Cricket Association (NCA), Bhowmick, who […]

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              Aizawl stun Bengaluru 2-1 in Fed Cup


              Joel Sunday’s 90th minute goal proved to be the difference between the two sides after Alfred Kemah had cancelled out Eugeneson Lyngdoh’s 15th minute goal, as both teams went into the tunnel level at half-time. IANS AIZAWL, APRIL 30 Aizawl FC defeated new I-League champions Bengaluru FC 2-1 in the first match of the Federation […]

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              Saina Nehwal goes down to Yihan in Badminton Asia Championships semis

              IANS WUHAN, APRIL 30 Indian star Saina Nehwal crashed out against her fierce Chinese opponent Yihan Wang in the semifinal of the Badminton Asia Championships on Saturday. The 26-year-old Indian failed to match the sharp play from Yihan as she went down 16-21, 14-21 in 41 minutes at the Wuhan Sports Center. This loss was […]

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              Sainik school volleyball tourney ends


              EMN DIMAPUR, APRIL 30 An inter-house volleyball championship for junior students at Sainik School Punglwa was held from April 25 to April 28. A total of six teams from different houses participated in the championship, informed a press release from the school. Sanjay Gaekwad, the principal of Sainik Scool Punglwa gave away the medals and […]

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              Vijender Singh looks to deliver fifth consecutive knockout

              London: Indian boxer Vijender Singh practices before his next professional boxing bout Matiouze Royer at Manchester Arena, UK on Thursday. PTI Photo (PTI4_28_2016_000293B)

              PTI LONDON, APRIL 29 He has promised another knockout show but Indian boxing star Vijender Singh’s unbeaten run will be put through a tough challenge when he squares off against experienced Frenchman Matiouze Royer in a super middleweight contest in London on Saturday. Vijender has won all his four bouts via Technical Knockouts in under […]

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              Saina seals semifinal spot at ABC

              PTI CHINA, APRIL 29 Olympic bronze medallist Saina Nehwal continued her consistent run in international circuit, reaching yet another semifinal at the USD 200,000 Asia Badminton Championship here today. In a battle of long rallies, the 26-year-old Indian held her nerves in tricky situations to eke out a 21-16 21-19 win over former World Champion […]

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              Bindra says yes; IOA waits for Tendulkar, Rahman

              PTI NEW DELHI, APRIL 29 Celebrated shooter Abhinav Bindra was on Friday roped in as goodwill ambassador of India’s Olympic contingent alongside Bollywood star Salman Khan, while cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar was also approached for the role after the controversial actor’s appointment created an uproar. India’s first and only individual Olympic gold-medallist, Bindra said he […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Kenei Rhakho

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                Kenei Rakho modelling journey began when she participated at the 2012 Miss Dimapur, she has since won the 6th Angels Mega Model Hunt organized by Get Gorgeous Society Nagaland has made a mark in various prestigious platforms such as Miss Northeast, Northeast diva to a name a few. Groomed by renowned personalities in the like […]

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                Style Spot- In conversation with Project 72Hrs

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                Style is an option, cleanliness is not. Project 72 Hours, a Kohima based community organizers have set a new trend in the state “painting the city clean and trendy”. The “Wall of Hope” is the talk of the town and the team has been painting the city more chic and adding more layer to the […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Suliya Swu

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                Suliya Swu , a graduate from the International Institute of Fashion Technolgy is loyal to her ethnic roots, incorporating and highlighting her culture in her designs. She believes the art of fashion is in the simplicity of design with unique sprinkles of inspiration. Read on to get creative with Suliya. EASTERN MIRROR: When did you […]

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Ongtiong Kichu

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

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Opang Jamir

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

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                Style Spot: In conversation with Aida Events


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

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                In conversation with Keren Kavi Sumi

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Double chocolate Orangecake recipe by Pito Kiba

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

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

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

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                  Good Morning Nagaland: Chocolate Brownie recipe by Susanna Shiem Shiu


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

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

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Romet and Seyie

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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Joseph Konyak


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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Redolent


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

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                    In conversation with Castor


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

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                    Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yanpvuo Kikon


                    Considering the growing number of talented number of musicians in the state with no proper platform to showcase their work, young Yanpvuo Kikon launched the website ‘’ in the year 2013. Yanpvuo and his brother Liyo started the site with the sole aim of providing a proper platform for the musicians of the NE with […]

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                    Virie Kts: The New Girl Next Door

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

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                    Jinx hopes to hit lucky with colors

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

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