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#MeToo: GoM may review law

New Delhi, November 29: The Group of Ministers (GoM) constituted to examine sexual harassment at the workplace may consider amending...
Nagaland

Nagaland Governor attends ONE India Award 2018 ceremony

Dimapur, November 29: Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya handed over the 'O.N.E. India Award 2018' of My Home India to veteran social activist, Aribam Brajkumar Sharma as recognition for his contributions in the field of culture, education and tribal welfare in a function held at Mumbai on November 26. Addressing the award ceremony as the Chief Guest, the Governor congratulated My Home India, a national NGO which aims at bringing emotional integration between people of rest parts of the country with the people of Northeast India, for organising such awards...
Nagaland

Naga Silk show 2018 organized

Dimapur, November 29: The Department of Sericulture organized a 'Naga Silk' show 2018 on November 27 at Heritage, Kohima, under North Eastern Region Textile Promotion scheme, Ministry of Textiles, GoI. The main purpose of organizing the Naga Silk Show 2018 is to promote Naga silk for the upcoming young entrepreneurs and also to harness the economic boon. Advisor Horticulture, Mhathung Yanthan who was the guest speaker spoke on the origin and production of silk and stated that sericulture is an agro based commercial and also ecofriendly enterprise which can generate...
Editorial

Course correction needed

The recent attacks by the Maoists in Chhattisgarh and its surrounding areas clearly show that their ability to strike at will remain strong. In two attacks in Chhattisgarh, five persons have been killed in Dantewada district and one Border Security Force (BSF) sub-inspector has been killed in Kanker district last week a day before and on the day of first phase of Legislative Assembly elections. The two attacks which came after a gap of few months are tragic and unfortunate and the victims lost their lives for no fault of...
Infotainment

ICCR Horizon Series held at Nihoto Village

Indian Council for Cultural Relations, Guwahati Regional Office in collaboration with Abiogenesis Society successfully organized the Horizon Series programme titled Echoing Hills on November 28 at Nihoto Village, Dimapur with performances by seven artistes and the host Shikato Chisi. The special guests for the event were Lamba Konyak, District Cultural Officer and D.S. Rawat, Regional Director, ICCR, Guwahati. Hivika Chisi from Nihoto Village performed a contemporary dance. Akumqung and T. Quvuli from Showuba presented a song each. Lamba Konyak on the occasion encouraged the artistes and praised ICCR and Abiogenesis...
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