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CPI-M?s easy win in Tripura bypoll

Agartala, June 15:  Eight months ahead of the crucial assembly polls in the State, the ruling Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) on Friday retained the Nalchar seat by increasing its victory margin from the previous polls.

“CPI-M candidate Tapan Chandra Das, who secured 18,001 votes, defeated Congress nominee Dwijendralal Majumder, who got 13,224 votes, by a margin of 4...

 
Principals? conference on Quality Enhancement held

From our Correspondent

KOHIMA, June 15: A Principals’ Conference on Quality Enhancement in Higher Education, organized by the Department of Higher Education, Nagaland, and co-sponsored by NAAC was held at Hotel Japfu, Kohima, on Thursday.

Vice Chancellor, Nagaland University, Lumami, Prof Konwar, who graced the conference as the Chief Guests said that the Government and t...

 
KSA gheraoes ARO office

From a Correspondent

Diphu, June 15: After huge anomalies were reported in the Diphu circle ARO office that some of the officials are engaged in issuing illegal pattas to non-sixth schedule immigrants. The student organization, KSA acted swiftly on this matter and investigated whether the reporting was coherent or not. To their surprise, many anomalies were exposed in the process. From ...

 
Prof Damayanti interacts with teaching faculties

From our Special  Correspondent

IMPHAL, June 15: The hostels of the students and staff quarters of College of Nursing, RIMS, are now under construction and vacant posts of the teaching faculty will soon be filled up. This was disclosed by Prof N Damayanti, Head of the Department of Anantomy, RIMS, who is also looking after the affairs of the College of Nursing. She was interacting ...

 
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Rain/thundershowers would occur at most places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya and at many places over Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
 Arunachal News
East–West corridor for economic development in offing: Tuki
Byaling advocates comprehensive police to tackle drug menace
 Meghalaya News
KHADC, MDCs to visit border villages today
’Aggrieved individuals can go to court of law’
Diarrhoea cases rising alarmingly State
Iewduh to get a face lift
 Northeast News
Realistic approach needed for solving Assam–Nagaland border row
BJP stresses development of NE
Construction of world’s tallest bridge begins in Manipur
 Cachar News
Jute Park in Cachar: Route to making money
ACKHSA demands Pro–VC Debashish Bhattacharjee’s resignation
 National News
Government denies bugging at Gadkari’s home, Congress wants probe
Identify bills for parliament session, PM tells ministers
Filter rogue whistle–blowers, Parrikar asks media
Saharanpur violence: Akali delegation meets Akhilesh
 International News
Israel embarks on ’unlimited ceasefire’ policy in Gaza
Iran urges Muslim countries to help end Gaza blockade
Nepali parties prepare to make Modi visit a success
’1,129 killed in eastern Ukraine crisis’
 State-1
Reservation policy should be done away with: SJBPA
Body recovered
RUKR slams AASU president, decides to fight BTC election
JSM fires salvo at AATS general secretary, demands his removal
 State-2
Fresh move to form one–man expert committee on Bodoland issue opposed
Family members of slain NDFB militant to approach Human Rights Commission
AKRSU president directs ire at AASU leaders, calls them ’opportunists’
AKRSU to celebrate its 24th establishment day
 Local Sports
Mrinmoyanandaji Maharaj advises students
Assam–NCA match evenly poise
4 NE organizers in new committee
 Sports
Ronaldinho on his way out: Jo
Real Madrid coach rules out another striker
Indian team hopeful of good show at chess Olympiad
Clark powers past Furyk for Canadian Open win
 Editorial
Disinvestment Plans
Developing World’s Immense Agri–potentialities
Taking India ahead
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Geographical Perspective of Artificial Flood in Guwahati
Subansiri project: Some facts
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