Monday, October 30th, 2017

 

NSCN K CAUTIONS TO FORCE INDIAN PEOPLE LEAVE NAGA COUNTRY

Imphal, October 30: NSCN K has cautioned the India government that the outfit will be forced to ask every Indian people to leave Naga country if the NIA continue its terrorist activities in Nagaland. “Looting of money during house raids has become a trademark of NIA in Nagaland” said a statement issued by Col. Isak Sumi MIP/GPRN. It said, the government of India had empowered NIA with unparalleled extra-constitutional and extra-judicial excessive terrorizing powers to harass, arrest, torture and imprison the Nagas far beyond the legal limits. Regardless of theRead More


RESPONDS TO ALL POLITICAL PARTY MEETING, A TUSSLE

Pothashang News Service Imphal, October 29: Following the Saturday’s all political party meeting convened by chief minister Nongthombam Biren Singh Political parties and organisations speaks out over the over six decades long ongoing peace talk between the NSCN IM and the government which was expected to bring an end to Naga issue ahead of Nagaland election. Congress has sought clarification from the government for absence of Naga People’s Front (NPF) in the Meeting and demanded for a special assembly session to discuss the issue. The United Naga Council (UNC) has warned Naga electedRead More


LET’S FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION TOGETHER: CHIEF MINISTER

Imphal, October 30, 2017 (DIPR): Reaffirming the new Government’s stand to eradicate corruption in the State, Chief Minister N. Biren Singh said that it is our collective responsibility to root out any form of corruption so as bring inclusive development in the State. This was stated by him while giving his message to the people of the State in connection with the observation of the ‘Vigilance Awareness Week’ being organised from 30th October – 4th November 2017 today. Seeking love and support of the people to fight against corruption, Chief Minister said that corruption isRead More


NEMCHA ASSURES ENOUGH MANPOWER FOR GOVT DEAF & MUTE SCHOOL

Imphal, October 30, 2017 (DIPR): Social Welfare and Cooperation Minister Smt Nemcha Kipgen assured that the problem of shortage of teaching staffs, as highlighted by the school’s authority of the Government Deaf & Mute School, Takyel are already in the pipeline. This was stated by the Minister while gracing as the Chief Guest at the 33rd Foundation Day Celebration of the Government Deaf and Mute School, Takyel, held today. “As a Nodal Department, Social Welfare department is taking all efforts in coordination with other line departments to convert the variousRead More


STATE TO INCREASE BLACK RICE SALES

Courtesy : Anandabazar Patrika Surabek Biswas Calcutta, October 29, 2017: Production of black rice in Bengal for export abroad the State Government wants to walk on the path of cultivation to increase further. According to the contract, exporters’ non-governmental organizations will buy the yield of the farmers. According to the Agriculture Department sources, last year 50 black biscuits were cultivated in black rice, 22 tons. This time it has been cultivated in 350 bighas (1 begha = 0.33 hectare) of land. The agricultural office is hoping to get at leastRead More


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