IT appears unlikely that the Special Investigation Team (SIT), which is probing the December 4 killing of 14 civilians by Indian Army in a botched ambush at Oting in Nagaland's Mon district, can complete the investigation on time.
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Government to float Eol for IDBI Bank by June-end
Currently, it enjoys certain relaxations being a state-run bank
Govt schools get 'happy' feedback
National survey finds most students of govt schools like going for classes and feel safe
Compete with China to keep world order, says US state secy Blinken
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called on Thursday for vigorous competition with China to preserve the existing global order but said the United States did not seek a "Cold War."
Akhilesh Yadav picks ally Jayant as RS candidate
Javed Ali Khan to be party's third candidate for the upper house
Soon, visitors can 'immerse' in history & heritage at site museums
THE Archeological Survey of India (ASI) has decided to take a giant leap towards converting museum visits into an interactive and immersive experience.
Parts of Srinagar remain shut for 2nd day, police arrest 10 for stone-pelting
FOR the second consecutive day, parts of Srinagar observed shutdown over the life sentence awarded by the NIA court to separatist leader and JKLF chairman Yasin Malik.
Modi terms KCR a 'superstitious person'
PM dismisses TRS as a 'family party', expresses hope that BJP will come to power in T'gana after next elections
Bengal proposes to make CM chancellor of varsities
THE West Bengal cabinet on Thursday approved a proposal to appoint Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the chancellor of all state government universities.
Fiercest battle rages in east, says Ukraine
4 civilians die in Donetsk shelling, another four in Kharkiv; Moscow accuses West of stopping grain-carrying vessels
'BJP, CONG PLAYING FRIENDLY MATCHES': BJP VETERAN JOINS AAP
JAGMAL Vala, a prominent BJP leader from the religious hub Somnath in Junagadh district joined the Aam Aadmi Party on Thursday. Vala had met Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi a few days ago.
Nagaland CM not to play ball with saffron friends
The BJP has conquered the northeast over the past few years but Nagaland refuses to give complete power, thanks to Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio.
MINORITY VS MAJORITY
The centre has said that states too have the power to declare communities as “minority". This affidavit was in response to a petition which said Hindus were a minority in some states
One of a kind
With the countryside and culture of her native Nagaland informing her dreamy fashion eye, model and shop owner Carol Humtsoe has a plentiful, Instagram based curation of slow-sourced, second-hand gems for all. Get ready to DM for enquiries
From April 1, the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA), 1958, was removed from several districts across Assam, Nagaland and Manipur.
BJP first party since 1990 to touch 100-seat mark in Rajya Sabha
Tally may drop again later
Draconian AFSPA off parts of Assam, Manipur, Nagaland
Himanta Biswa Sarma addressing the media, in Guwahati
Fostering Community-based Conservation in Nagaland, Northeast India
In this article, Siddharth Edake highlights TERI’s project titled “A Tradition in Transition: Understanding the Role of Shifting Cultivation for Sustainable Development in North East India” that is envisaged to gather wisdom pertaining to traditional agriculture in the form of shifting cultivation in Northeast India, providing useful knowledge and lessons so that traditional practices and knowledge will contribute to sustainable development in India and beyond.
AGAINST AFSPA, BUT NATIONAL SECURITY IS PARAMOUNT: MANIPUR CM
Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh on January 23, 2022, said that he is against the draconian Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, and he "looks forward" to its repeal and asserted that the repeal must not come at the cost of national security.
HOW BJP'S MOVES IN MANIPUR HAVE BOOMERANGED
The ruling party was the last to release its manifesto and list of candidates for the upcoming Assembly polls in the state. What led to this?
Law And The New Low
In an “ambush” on December 4, a unit of 21 Para Special Forces killed six innocent, un-armed miners in broad daylight in Mon district of Nagaland under the impression that they were armed cadres of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang-Yung Aung) faction.