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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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 Arunachal News
’Efforts needed to arrest declining education standards’
’Introduce innovative changes in institutions’
’Deliver for sustainable economic growth’
Pul–led team inspects Arun Medi City site
 Meghalaya News
BSF raises NE terror camps in B’desh issue
State Home Minister resigns
CM convenes meeting on influx issue
 Northeast News
Tripura government reduces tax on aviation fuel
Sangai festival begins
 Cachar News
Improvement of NH 6 & completion of E–W Corridor sought
Nataraj Sangha’s first ever expo cum exhibition begins
 National News
Delhi HC refuses to stay anointment of Shahi Imam’s son
100 religious leaders to attend Jama Masjid ceremony
Mamata attacks CBI, says Saradha probe taking side of thieves
After 800 years, a proud Hindu ruling Delhi’
 International News
Now, ultrasound can penetrate bones, metals
Obama shows benevolence to illegal immigrants
5,000 killed in the Ukrainian conflict: Pro–Russian separatists
Japan PM dissolves lower house
 State-1
IT retailers declare war against ’predatory’ pricing by online sites
Mobile phone traders down shutters
Cancer screening camp
Woman burnt to death
 State-2
NF railway employees to join nation–wide strike
Minister Basanta Das injured in mishap
Stage set for annual DGPs meet
Mangaldai students meet President at Rashtrapati Bhavan
 Local Sports
Athletic team named
3 venues to host ID soccer
GSA Senior ID camp
Inter Club Volleyball begins
 Sports
Modern tennis hard–hitting but lacks variety: Bruguera
Mithali to continue leading India against South Africa
Srikanth wins, Saina ousted from Hong Kong Open
Sarjubala, Saweety enter semis
 Editorial
Indian Railways Going Green the Bio–Diesel Way
Keeping Clear of ’Godmen’
It’s a matter of choice
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
BJP–Congress tension will hurt reforms
Modi on tour, no time to breathe!
Children’s Day
 
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