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CPO 2-lane road committee condemns

Dimapur, November 5: The Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) committee on 2-lane road has condemned the repeated harassment of working company/contractors...

25th Classic Cup: Saptiqa FC, Kohima Bible College, United XI win

Kohima, November 5: Saptiqa Football Club, Kohima Bible College and United XI today moved into the second round of the ongoing silver jubilee edition of Classic Cup organized by Classic Club at local hround here. In the first match of the day, Saptiqa Football Club, Zunheboto came from behind to beat FC Chizami United 3-2 via tie breaker after the teams were locked in 1-1 draw in the stipulated time. FC Chizami scored an early goal through Eneibe Thopi in the first five minutes of play going into the first...

Asian Shooting Championship: Manu Bhaker wins 10m air pistol gold

DOHA, November 5: Manu Bhaker claimed the women's 10m air pistol gold medal in the 14th Asian Championship on Tuesday, while birthday boy Deepak Kumar secured India's 10th Olympic quota in shooting. The 17-year-old Bhaker shot 244.3 to win the top prize in her event. The Haryana sensation, though, had already secured an Olympic quota at the Munich World Cup in May. China's Qian wang and Ranxin Jiang won the silver and bronze respectively in Bhaker's event. The other Indian competing in the event, Yashaswini Singh Deshwal finished sixth in...

No transparency

It is a fact that governance is the key issue, which presently needs to be addressed as far as our state is concerned. We are aware that our state receives huge amount of money from the center every year for allocation in diversified fields under various heads. But there is no check at all whether the funds are properly utilized or not! Nearly one third of our budgetary amount is spent on salaries of employees only. But staff accountability is nowhere and absenteeism atmosphere is conducive. We are a poor...

China Open: PV Sindhu makes another early exit, Satwik notches up twin wins

Fuzhou, November 5: World Champion P V Sindhu suffered a shock defeat to lower-ranked Pai Yu Po of Chinese Taipei in the opening round to be ousted but India's doubles campaign was off to a good start in the USD 700,000 China Open here on Tuesday. World No.6 Sindhu, who made early exits in China, Korea and Denmark, lost 13-21 21-18 19-21 to world No.42 Pai in a 74-minute women's singles match here. However, Satwiksairaj Rankireddy gave the Indian camp reason to be cheerful with twin victories in the men's...
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