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Jaya buried with full state honours, Prez, PM pay homage

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Chennai, Dec .6: Lakhs of grieving men and women today bid a tearful adieu to J Jayalalithaa, the charismatic Chief Minister who held sway over Tamil Nadu politics for more than three decades with a pro-poor image, as the AIADMK supremo was buried here with full state honours. President Pranab Mukherjee, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, […]

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Art & Culture dept in poor form in culture-rich Nagaland

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Kohima, Dec. 6: Although the department of Art and Culture is an interface and a platform through which the state promotes culture and community, it remains neglected by the government of Nagaland. Parliamentary Secretary for Art & Culture, Essak Konyak, stated the concern during an event on Tuesday in Kohima town. He distributed furniture and […]

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Nagaland’s NHM workers to stop work from December 15

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Dimapur, Dec. 6: Employees of the National Health Mission in Nagaland have announced ‘total cessation’ of work from December 15 to protest the Nagaland government’s alleged failure to release salaries due to them that had been pending. The employees stated on Tuesday that the state’s government had failed to release funds in spite of directives […]

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Artist hits lakh jackpot with painting at Hornbill

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Kohima, Dec. 6: While the buzz in the media was all about criticism at the Nagaland government’s branded Hornbill Festival at Kisama village near Kohima town, a young struggling freelance artist has landed a windfall off his work: he has sold an artwork for more than Rs.2 lakh. 27 years old Vineizotuo Tase’s acrylic-on-canvas portrayal […]

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Climate Change: Nagaland pitches project for INDC

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Dimapur, Dec. 6: Nagaland has also submitted to the central government a project for capacity building as part of the Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) movement, which, in this case, concerns with environment with Climate Change as the larger perspective. 29 states and union territories, Nagaland included, have submitted their projects for capacity building. Minister […]

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NPF starts screening Manipur election candidates

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Dimapur, Dec. 6: The Naga People’s Front (NPF) has begun screening individuals aspiring to be the party’s candidates in Manipur to contest in the state’s forthcoming elections. The party has finalized six candidates thus far, the organization informed in a press release that was issued on Tuesday. The party’s media cell informed of a meeting […]

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa dead

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Chennai, Dec. 6: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa died at a hospital here on Monday night, a day after she suffered a cardiac arrest. She was 68. In a statement issued here, Apollo Hospitals said: “It is with indescribable grief, we announce the sad demise of our esteemed Honourable Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu, Puratchi […]

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Nagaland ranks 2nd lowest in road accident cases

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Kohima, Dec. 5: As per the national accident statistics, Nagaland has the least number of road crash fatalities besides Lakshadweep in the country. With 30 deaths in 54 reported accidents in 2015, rash driving, driving under influence and poor quality of roads were accounted as the major causes of accidents in the state. This was […]

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    Hornbill Festival: Cultural performances on Day-6

    By   22 hours ago

      Dimapur, Dec. 6: The rich and diverse culture and traditions of the Nagas were presented to the visitors at Naga Heritage Village, Kisama, by various cultural troupes. The 6th day of the cultural programme was graced by Director General of Army Force Medical Service and Senior CC, Lt. General Manoj Kumar Unni, AVM, VSM, […]

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    Tizu community urged to boost economy through work culture

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    Dimapur Dec. 6: Alezo Venuh, Special Envoy to Collective Leadership of GPRN/NSCN, while stressing on the importance of unity and coordination towards a share goal, urged Tizu community to boost the economy through work culture. Speaking at the 26th general session of Tizu Area Public Welfare Organization (TAPWO) at Kizari village on December 2 and […]

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    Home Guards celebrates Raising Day

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    Dimapur, Dec. 6: The Nagaland Home Guards and Civil Defence celebrated its annual meet cum Raising Day 2016 closing programme on Tuesday at Central Training Institute, Toluvi, in Dimapur district with Rupin Sharma, Director General of Home Guards and Civil Defence, as the chief guest. Addressing the State Home Guards and Civil Defence personnel, the […]

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    More reports on observance of World Soil Day

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    Dimapur Dec. 6: The department of Agriculture observed World Soil Day on theme “Soil a solid ground for life,” on December 5 at Directorate Conference Hall. Director of Agricultur, Helie Rüpreo, speaking on importance of soil, asked the gathering to be aware of civil society and decision makers about the fundamental roles of soils for […]

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    Peren constitutes LADP verification committee

    By   23 hours ago

    Dimapur, Dec. 6: The LADP Verification Committee for Peren district was constituted on December 6 at its DPDB meeting held in the DC’s conference hall with Zarenthung Ezung, DC & Vice Chairman DPDB, as the chairman. Thuvishie Phoji, ADC Tening, has been made as convener along with SDAO Tening and SDO (PWD) Tening as the […]

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    Service of nurses is indispensible: Dr. Watikala

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      Kohima, Dec. 6: Principal Director of Health & Family Welfare, Dr. L Watikala today said the services of nurses are indispensible not only for patients but also for doctors in healthcare sector. Speaking at the General Nursing & Midwifery (GNM) graduation ceremony of School of Nursing at the DBT hall, Naga Hospital Kohima, the […]

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    DC Kohima notifies arms licence holders

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    Dimapur, Dec. 6: Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Rovilatuo Mor informed that generation of Unique Identification Number (UID) for every existing Arms License has been extended till March 30, 2017. In this regard, the DC has directed all the existing arm license holders to register in the Office of the Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, to update their license […]

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    Hornbill Festival: Cultural performances on Day-5

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      Dimapur, Dec. 5: Altogether 14 cultural troupes representing various Naga tribes showcase their rich and diverse cultures on the fifth day of the Hornbill festival at Kisama Heritage village. The items showcased by different tribes included ‘Tati Pfhe,’ performed by Mezoma village Cultural Troupe (Angami). Tatipfhe is a musical instrument, which is played while […]

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      Towards a global and sustainable future

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      Dimapur, Dec. 6: A two-day Global Sustainable Development Summit on the United Nations’ sustainable development goals was organized by the Institute of Bio-Resources and Sustainable Development (IBSD), National Institute of Department of Biotechnology, government of India in association with North East Development Foundation (NEDF).

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      Telangana take lessons of Tripura’s success in literacy

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      Agartala, Dec 6: Telangana would introduce Left-ruled Tripura’s model of success in literacy, Deputy Chief Minister Kadiam Srihari said here on Tuesday after a three-day tour of the northeastern state. Accompanied by top education department officials, Srihari since Sunday visited various villages and literacy centres in Tripura to study the success of literacy in the […]

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      Journalist beaten up by bank security men in Imphal

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      Imphal, Dec. 6: Rakesh Sharma, a reporter with a local English newspaper, was beaten up while he was photographing how people were jumping the queue at United Bank of India in Imphal with the help of bank security personnel. All Manipur Working Journalists’ Union has taken up the issue at the highest level and has […]

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      Efforts on to set up Lokayukta in Mizoram: Lalsawta

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      Aizawl, Dec 6: Mizoram government has been making efforts to establish a Lokayukta, state Law Minister Lalsawta informed the Assembly today.

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      Sustainable development summit underway

      Prof. Dinabandhu Sahoo, Director of IBSD, speaking at the two-day Global Sustainable Development Summit 2016 in Guwahati on December 5.

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      Guwahati, Dec 5: A two-day Global Sustainable Development Summit 2016 towards United Nations Sustainable Development Goals began at NEDFi Convention Centre, Guwahati, on Monday. The Institute of Bio-resources and Sustainable Development (IBSD), a National Institute of Department of Biotechnology, Government of India, in association with North East Development Foundation (NEDF) organised the summit. A large […]

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      Speeding train kills 3 elephants in Assam

      The 3 elephants were hit by the train in central Assam.

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      Guwahati, Dec 5: Three elephants were killed after they were hit by a speeding train in Assam early Monday, an official said. The incident took place in the Jogijan area near Hojai railway station in central Assam. The Dibrugarh-bound Vivek Express sped into a herd trying to cross over to the other side of the […]

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      Demonetisation, economic blockade hit Manipur hard

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      Imphal, Dec 5: Demonetisation pangs have hit Manipur hard, dealing a double blow to the people who have been already struggling to cope with sky rocketing prices of essential items in view of over-a-month-old economic blockade. With supplies of fuel severely restricted due to the blockade imposed by United Naga Council opposing plans to create […]

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      China hopes India would not complicate border issue

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      Beijing, Dec 5: Reacting mildly to India allowing Tibetan spiritual leader Karmapa to visit Arunachal Pradesh, China today expressed hope that New Delhi would refrain from taking any action that might complicate the boundary dispute. The 17th Gyalwang Karmapa Ogyen Trinley Dorje last week visited Arunachal Pradesh, which China claims as a part of southern […]

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        Black money will be banished by year-end, says Amit Shah

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        New Delhi, Dec. 6: BJP President Amit Shah on Tuesday rubbished charges of illegalities in the party’s land deals prior to the demonetisation decision and asserted that by 2016-end, the country will become free of black money. “The opposition parties are pointing fingers at the land deals by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), but these […]

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        New Rs 100 notes soon, older notes to continue

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        Mumbai, Dec. 6: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will shortly issue Rs 100 denomination banknotes, with some changes on both sides of the note, an official statement said here on Tuesday. However, the old notes of this denomination will continue to be legal tender, it added. “The Reserve Bank of India will shortly issue […]

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        Rare maps, snaps offer glimpse into years of colonial India

        By   22 hours ago

        New Delhi, Dec. 6: An upcoming online auction features 82 rare and carefully selected old maps, vintage photographs, and gilt-bound books. The lots offer a glimpse into over 200 years of colonial India, presenting an extraordinary opportunity for collectors of historical memorabilia. Titled “Old Maps, Books and Photographs”, the auction will take place on storyltd.com […]

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        Demonetisation halts work at Bengal jute mill

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        Kolkata, Dec. 6: A work suspension notice was put up at Shree Hanuman Jute Mill in West Bengal’s Howrah district on Tuesday morning due to the demonetisation of high value currency notes. The management was not able to pay about 20-25 per cent workers of the jute mill in cash due to banning of Rs […]

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        BJP leader arrested for illegally trying to exchange old notes

        By   22 hours ago

        Kolkata, Dec. 6: A BJP leader was arrested along with six alleged coal mafia for allegedly trying to exchange old currency notes here on Tuesday, police said. Manish Sharma, a BJP leader and party candidate form Ranigunj in West Bengal’s Burdwan district in the assemly polls earlier this year, was nabbed from Baguihati, while trying […]

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        Income Tax department seizes Rs 130 cr post-demonetisation

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        New Delhi, Dec. 6: The Income Tax Department has carried out investigations into over 400 cases post-demonetisation seizing as much as Rs 130 crore in cash and jewellery, an official statement said on Tuesday. “The Income Tax Department has carried-out swift investigations in more than 400 cases since the demonetisation of old high denomination currency […]

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        Parliament disrupted again, both houses adjourned for day

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        New Delhi, Dec. 5: Both houses of Parliament witnessed disruptions for the 13th consecutive day on Monday over the issues of people facing problems over cash crunch, alleged non-payment of salaries to central government staff and discussion on demonetisation. In the Lok Sabha, the government and opposition failed to break the deadlock over the discussion […]

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        Two killed as INS Betwa slips while undocking

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        Mumbai, Dec. 5: Two persons were killed and at least 14 others injured on Monday when Indian Navy’s guided missile frigate INS Betwa slipped while undocking at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai where it was undergoing a refit, an official spokesperson said. While one victim was reportedly inside the ship as it fell on its […]

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          S. Korean President to ‘calmly accept’ impeachment

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          Seoul, Dec 6: South Korean President Park Geun-hye on Tuesday said she will calmly accept impeachment if it is passed in the scheduled parliamentary vote three days from now.

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          Egyptian Queen Nefertari’s mummified legs from 13th century BC identified

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          London, Dec. 6: A pair of mummified legs have been identified to be the remains of the Queen Nefertari – the favourite wife of the pharaoh Ramses II who reigned Egypt in the 13th Century BC – scientists say.

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          21,000 Rohingya flee to Bangladesh from Myanmar: IOM

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          AFP/PTI Dhaka, Dec. 6: Around 21,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh in recent weeks to escape violence in neighbouring Myanmar, an official of the International Organisation for Migration said today.

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          Bernard Cazeneuve named French PM after Valls quits: official

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          PTI/AFP Paris, Dec 6: French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve was appointed as the new prime minister today after Manuel Valls resigned to seek the Socialist nomination in the presidential election, the presidency said.

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          Tribal clashes in central DR Congo leave 31 dead

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          Kinshasa, Dec. 6: At least 31 people died in weekend clashes triggered by tribal rivalry in Congo’s central Tshikapa region, the deputy governor of Kasai province said on Tuesday.

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          New Zealand PM quits after wife tells him to

          Wellington:New Zealand Prime Minister John Key announces his decision to resign and stand-down from politics at a press conference in Wellington, New Zealand, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Key stunned the nation on Monday when he announced he was resigning after eight years as leader.AP/PTI(AP12_5_2016_000020B)

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          Wellington, Dec. 5: New Zealand Prime Minister John Key on Monday announced his resignation after eight years as head of the government. Key cited family reasons for stepping down. “This is the hardest decision I’ve ever made and I don’t know what I’ll do next,” Efe quoted Key as saying. He also resigned as the […]

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          Hotel fire in Karachi leaves 11 dead, 75 injured

          Karachi : Pakistani volunteers help a foreigner to escape following a fire at a hotel in Karachi, Pakistan, Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. A massive fire swept through a four-star hotel in the southern port city of Karachi on Monday. AP/PTI(AP12_5_2016_000047B)

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          Islamabad, Dec.5: Pre-dawn fire at a hotel in Pakistan’s largest city of Karachi on Monday killed at least 11 people and injured 75 others, police and a doctor said. Among the dead were four women while the injured included some foreigners. The blaze broke out in the kitchen located at the ground floor of the […]

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          Raul Castro vows to defend Fidel’s revolution

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          PTI/AFP Santiago de Cuba, Dec. 4: Cuban President Raul Castro has pledged to uphold his brother Fidel’s socialist revolution at a massive rally in honour of the communist icon before his burial.

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            SRK bags Kids’ Icon of the year award, Varun-Alia best pair

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            Superstar Shah Rukh Khan won the ‘Kids’ Ikon of the Year’ award while Varun Dhawan and Alia Bhatt were voted as the best pair at the Nickelodeon’s Kids Choice Awards.

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            ‘Women should speak up about marital rape’

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            Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif says women should not silently face atrocities and must speak up about issues like martial rape and other crimes committed against them.

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            Elevation Men’s Choir wins Hornbill Choral contest

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            Elevation Men’s Choir from Kohima emerged as the ultimate winner at the 4th Hornbill Choral Competition 2016. The male singing group surpassed eight other choirs to clinch the ultimate title which was held at Hockey ground, Indira Gandhi Stadium, Kohima. The Canticle Singers from Dimapur bagged the 1st runners-up, while Coronation Choir from Golden Crown […]

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            17 bands selected for Süngkotenem beat contest

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            The stage is set for the much awaited beat contest of the region, the Süngkotenem Clash of the Bands 2016 organized by MALT to be held on December 29 at Süngkotenem Park, Mopungchuket village, Mokokchung as part of its quadrennial Süngkotenem Festival. A total of 17 bands from across Nagaland have been declared qualified to […]

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            MAAM to organise Winter Festival starting Dec 10

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            The Mokokchung Art & Aesthetic Management (MAAM) is taking the initiative of organizing a Winter Festival from December 8 to 10, 2016 at Imkongmeren Sports Complex. MAAM is an officially registered non-profit voluntary organization and has been involved in various activities in promoting Youth and Women in the society over the years. In accordance with […]

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            Need patient director: SRK on Salman

            Mumbai: Bollywood actors Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan share a light moment during the 23rd Annual Star Screen Awards 2016 in Mumbai on Sunday.  PTI Photo(PTI12_5_2016_000122B)

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            Shah Rukh Khan, who co-hosted a segment of Star Screen Awards with Salman Khan, says the superstars will work together in a film again but a patient director is required to direct them. At the award function on Sunday, when SRK was asked about working with his “Karan Arjun” co-star Salman, Shah Rukh replied: “We […]

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            Activism Campaign on Violence Against Women and Girls held

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            In observance of the 16 Days Activism Campaign against Gender Based Violence against Women and Girls, a collective of young people from diverse walks of life came together at Old MLA junction, Kohima to protest against Violence Against Women and girls on December 3, stated a press note. Photographs, paintings and banners conveying messages of […]

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            Madonna offers to re-marry Sean Penn for $150,000

            BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 09:  Musician Madonna (L) and host Sean Penn attend the 5th Annual Sean Penn & Friends HELP HAITI HOME Gala Benefiting J/P Haitian Relief Organization at Montage Hotel on January 9, 2016 in Beverly Hills, California.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for J/P HRO)

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            Singer Madonna offered to re-marry her ex-husband and actor Sean Penn in return for a $150,000 donation to a philanthropic foundation. The duo were taking part in Miami’s Art Basel, where they were helping to raise funds for the singer’s charity Raising Malawi.

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              Chapecoense club named South American Cup winner

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              Montevideo, Dec.6: Brazilian football club Chapecoense, which was virtually wiped out in a plane crash last week, has been crowned winner of the South American Cup (Copa Sudamericana). The South American Soccer Confederation (Conmebol) on Monday declared the team winner of this year’s championship, as rival team Atletico Nacional had requested, Xinhua news agency reported. […]

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              Cash crunch rules out Federer, Serena from IPTL

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              New Delhi, Dec.6: The current cash crunch in the country, following the November 8 demonetisation has led to multiple Grand Slam champions Roger Federer and Serena Williams pulling out of this season’s International Premier Tennis League (IPTL), the organisers announced on Tuesday. Both Federer and Serena were scheduled to play the final leg of the […]

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              BCCI undecided on fate of India-England fifth Test

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              Mumbai, Dec.6: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Tuesday said the fate of the fifth and final Test against England, scheduled from December 16 in Chennai was still undecided, following the death of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa. Jayalalithaa was declared dead at the Apollo Hospitals on Monday night after […]

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              Another comfortable win for MDCA against Changtongya

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              Dimapur, Dec. 6: As part of its promotional tour, the Mokokchung District Cricket Association (MDCA) on Tuesday played against the SDO (C) XI of Changtongya sub-division at Akhoya village ground. Batting first after winning the toss, MDCA piled up a total of 173 runs in 19 overs for the lost of all wickets. Sachin Jaiswal […]

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              Australia thrash New Zealand in 2nd ODI

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              Canberra, Dec.6: Australia rode on a century from David Warner and a four-wicket haul by Pat Cummins to thrash New Zealand by 116 runs in the second One-Day International (ODI) of the ongoing Chappel-Hadlee Trophy here on Tuesday. Australia, who had won the first ODI by 68 runs, now have an insurmountable 2-0 lead in […]

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              ZBT home guards emerge champions of Raising Day 2016

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              Dimapur, Dec.6: The Home Guards and Civil Defence annual meet cum Raising Day 2016 closing programme was commemorated with distributions of prize and certificates for the sport event that was held during the Raising Day at Parade Ground C.T.I Toluvi Dimapur. The prizes and certificates to the winners were handed by Rupin Sharma IPS, Director […]

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              Money not enough to keep Sanchez at Arsenal: Wenger

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              London, Dec.6: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has opined that an enhanced financial package may not be enough to keep in-form forward Alexis Sanchez with the former English Premier League (EPL) champions. Sanchez has been in excellent form this season. The Chile international is currently the joint top scorer in the EPL along with Chelsea striker […]

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              Kumble satisfied with DRS, not worried about injuries

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              Mumbai, Dec.6: Ahead of the fourth Test, starting here from Thursday, India coach Anil Kumble on Tuesday said he is happy with the outcomes from the Decision Review System (DRS) so far in the ongoing series against England. “It (DRS) has been really good, it has been an experiment that has been happening in the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with ‘Whoops! Here We Are’

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                ‘Whoops! Here We Are’ is a duo- Sunep Walling and Meyu Longchar from Mokokchung-two childhood friends who have grown together with toy trucks and G.I. Joe’s to Pokemon and Beyblade and Music. Before they realised they were destined to make music together in June this year, they were both members of a rap group which […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Green Apple

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                Green Apple formed in the year 2015 is a five member band with Lhoulaneilie Khezhie on the bass and lead vocal, Steve Magar on the guitars and backup vocals, Kikruletuo Solo on the drums, Seyiekhrietuo Sanchi on the keyboards and Jason Mahat on the lead guitars. ‘Green Apple’ as interpreted by the band members comes […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Kubanglung Pamei

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                By   4 weeks ago

                At the age of 8, Kubanglung Pamei had already explored the zeal to sing with his uncle who taught him to play his first chords and his grandfather who taught him how to sing folk songs. Since then, his musical journey has been progressing each day and his stage debut was at the age of […]

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                Rhythm of Love; In conversation with Technicolors

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                Technicolors is a four member alternative pop-rock band based in Kohima.In 2014,Nguvito (Ato) ( vocals), Richard Kath(lead guitar and backing vocals), Meribemo (bass guitar) and Vivito Lohe(drums)came together to form ‘Technicolors’. As the band name indicates, ‘Technicolors’ presents an original blend of modern rock, making it a new age style of music and the four […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Lydia Longchari

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                Originally from Germany, Lydia Longchari is a musician who has recently moved to Nagaland with her family. Like the rest of the Nagas, Lydia’s favourite dish ‘Pork cooked with Michinga leaves’ and says that though the standard of living in Nagaland is not as high as it in Germany, the care and moral standards among the […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Made in July

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                By   2 months ago

                Made in July (MIJ), is an Indie Pop Rock band from Nagaland. The band consists of Nuksung Jamir (lead vocal, guitar), Wapang Jamir (bass, vocal), and Avizo Solo (drums, synths). The band has released their debut single ‘Got a bad feeling’ on August 26, 2016 which is out on Indihut, Soundcloud and Youtube. The band […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Yo Gen

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                By   2 months ago

                The talented rapper, Yo Gen with his unique and powerful lyrics wishes to bring Nagaland onto the hip-hop map and collaborate with local artists to create a rhythmic fusion sound. Currently, the Kohima born artist is based in Delhi juggling between his regular job and performing at corporate events and college shows. His music video […]

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                Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Big Dane

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                Today on Rhythm of Love we have an upcoming artist from Chumukedima Dimapur,18 year old Safer Uddin who goes by the stage name “Big Dane”. Big Dane is an independent upcoming rap artist who performs both in Hindi and English, he turns his poetry into rap and is upfront about his beliefs.   EASTERN MIRROR: […]

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