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Leadership training held

DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 18: The Nagaland Chapter of the Young Indians (Yi) held a 'leadership training' today at Kuda Cafe, Half Nagarjan with founder and Managing Director, Bambusa Express, Medo Putsure as the resource person. It was attended by professionals and entrepreneurs from varied fields. Medo Putsure explaining the concept of 'Young Indians' said that it is an integral part of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) formed in 2002 as a pan Indian platform for young Indians to realize the dreams of a developed nation and through its programmes and initiatives...
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19th October 2019

ARIES: Pay attention to where you leave valuables as you are likely to misplace them. You can, however, to look forward to a raise in pay or even an unexpected bonus. Maybe a quiet word to those who control your salary wouldn't hurt now. TAURUS: Don't resist other's plans until you get a taste for it. You'll be surprised at their logic once you accept it. But there's no harm in haggling over a price if you think you can get a better deal. You can't really get your ideas...

Tuensang DPDB deplores poor road condition in district

Dimapur, October 18: Tuensang District Planning and Development Board meeting was held in the DC's conference hall Tuensang on October 18 under the chairmanship of Mohammed Ali Shihab, DC & vice chairman DPDB Tuensang. The members of the meeting discussed on the deplorable conditions of the National Highways, District Highways and village road in Tuensang. Departmental officers were made to comment on the conditions of road and all lamented on the deplorable condition. Secretary, Red Cross Society T.Y Sangtam while deliberating on the issue stated that unless step brotherly treatment...

SC directs Centre, Assam govt to transfer ‘forthwith’ state’s NRC coordinator Hajela to MP

New Delhi, October 18: The Supreme Court Friday directed the Centre and the Assam government to transfer "forthwith" the state's National Register of Citizens (NRC) Coordinator Prateek Hajela to Madhya Pradesh for the maximum period possible. Hajela, a native of Madhya Pradesh and a 1995 batch IAS officer of Assam-Meghalaya cadre, was appointed the NRC coordinator by the top court to oversee the mammoth and sensitive exercise of finalising and publication of Assam NRC data. A special bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and justices S A Bobde and R...

Delhi Assembly Speaker sentenced to 6 months jail for tresspassing

NEW DELHI, October 18: Delhi Assembly Speaker Ram Niwas Goel was on Friday sentenced to six months jail by Delhi's Rouse Avenue court for rioting and causing hurt at the house of a realtor in an East Delhi colony in 2015. Son of Ram, Sumit Goel has also been sentenced for six months in prison along with a fine for Rs 1,000 each for trespassing into someone's private property. Earlier in October, Goel was convicted under Section 448 of the India Penal Code (IPC) for house-trespass by the Rouse Avenue...

Will be working with allies to confront emerging threats: Army Chief

NEW DELHI, October 18: India is committed to peace and stability in the neighbourhood as also in the "wider region" and the Army will continue to partner with friends to "confront any kind of emerging threats", Army Chief General Bipin Rawat said on Friday. Addressing the fourth conclave of defence attaches here, he also said "we are one of the leading armed forces of the world, not only by virtue of our size but also by virtue of our extensive combat experience, our professionalism" and other qualities. "Because of that...

IWSN branch opened at Pfutsero

Dimapur, October 18: Incessant Welfare Society Nagaland (IWSN) inaugurated its branch training centre on October 16 at Pfutsero town. Courses offered in the centre are cutting, tailoring and computer education. The centre was inaugurated by Keduwepe Mero, Pastor, Calvary Church Pfutsero and ribbon cutting ceremony done by Lanula Kronu , wife of Neiba Kronu, Minister for Planning & Coordination, Land Revenue, Parliamentary Affairs. (Page News Service)...

INX Media corruption case: Chidambaram, Karti, 13 others chargesheeted, CBI tells SC

New Delhi, October 18: The CBI Friday told the Supreme Court that 15 accused, including former finance minister P Chidambaram, his son Karti and some companies have been chargesheeted in the INX Media corruption case. A bench headed by Justice R Banumathi was informed by Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, appearing for the CBI and opposing Chidambaram's bail plea, that the country needs to go for 'zero tolerance policy' on corruption. Mehta told the court that offence of forgery has also been made out in the probe in the case against...

311 Indians deported by Mexico arrive in Delhi; US says ‘strong message to smugglers’

New Delhi, October 18: Over 300 repatriated Indians reached Delhi airport earlier on Friday on a specially arranged non-scheduled flight by Mexican immigration authorities for illegally entering the country. The Indians had allegedly illegally reached Mexico over the last few months to enter the United States with the help of international agents. The Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) or National Institute of Migration of Mexico said in a statement the 311 illegal migrants from India were put on a chartered flight from Toluca international airport on Wednesday night. The chartered...
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