State level consultation pledges to prevent child abuseTop Stories

State level consultation pledges to prevent child abuse

Kohima, July 10: With cases of child abuse increasing at an unprecedented rate in Nagaland, a State level consultation on “It takes Nagaland to end child sexual abuse” held in the State capital today pledged to firmly stand to prevent…

SC to hear plea seeking urgent hearing of petition on Article 370Top Stories

SC to hear plea seeking urgent hearing of petition on Article 370

NEW DELHI, July 10: The Supreme Court on Wednesday said it would consider the plea seeking urgent hearing of a petition challenging the constitutional validity of Article 370 which grants special status to Jammu and Kashmir and limits Parliament’s power…

NE braces for trouble after heavy rains, 3 killed in Assam floodsTop Stories

NE braces for trouble after heavy rains, 3 killed in Assam floods

Guwahati, July 10: State governments in the Northeast have sounded warnings after the meteorological department predicted heavy to very heavy rainfall in the seven states of the region for the rest of the week. According to a warning bulletin issued…

Pro-Khalistan group Sikhs  for Justice bannedTop Stories

Pro-Khalistan group Sikhs for Justice banned

New Delhi, July 10: Pro-Khalistan group The Sikhs for Justice was on Wednesday banned by the government for its alleged anti-national activities, officials said. US-based The Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) pushes for Sikh Referendum 2020 as part of its separatist…

Karnataka govt gets a breather;Speaker says resignations of 9 rebels not in orderTop Stories

Karnataka govt gets a breather;Speaker says resignations of 9 rebels not in order

Bengaluru, July 9: The beleaguered JD(S)-Congress coalition government in Karnataka got a breather on Tuesday with state Assembly Speaker holding that the resignations of 9 out of 14 rebel MLAs are not in order on a day when another Congress…

More consultation required, says NSF on RIINTop Stories

More consultation required, says NSF on RIIN

‘RIIN exercise should be restricted to non-locals’ Dimapur, July 9: The Naga Students Federation (NSF) has suggested that the exercise for Registry of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) to be carried out by the State Government should be restricted to…

CMs of all NE states to protest if citizenship bill  is brought again: KhanduTop Stories

CMs of all NE states to protest if citizenship bill is brought again: Khandu

ITANAGAR, July 9: If the Centre brings the Citizenship Amendment Bill once again, Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu Tuesday said he, along with his counterparts in the Northeastern states, will protest jointly. Khandu, who heads a BJP government, informed…

Will never compromise on  ancestral homeland: UNCTop Stories

Will never compromise on ancestral homeland: UNC

Imphal, July 9: Reacting to the demand of a Territorial Council by Kuki Militants in Nagaland, the United Naga Council (UNC) Tuesday stressed that they have no objection, however, it should not affect the Naga ancestral territory. The Council warned…

Heavy rains in State till  July 14: NSDMATop Stories

Heavy rains in State till July 14: NSDMA

Dimapur, July 9: Heavy to very heavy rainfall activity is expected in Nagaland over the following week. Several other weather conditions will be seen during this time along with hefty showers. According to weather updates for the coming days issued…

PIL in SC seeking guidelines to define term ‘minority’Top Stories

PIL in SC seeking guidelines to define term ‘minority’

NEW DELHI, July 9: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court challenging the validity of the Centre’s 26-year-old notification declaring five communities – Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists and Parsees – as minorities. The petition filed by advocate and…