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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 many places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
 Arunachal News
Tuki bats for East–West Industrial Corridor Highway
Arunachalee lady bags Vishisht Sahitya Samman
NEA demands NERIST Director’s ouster
Mishmi societies endorse shifting of FM transmitter to AIR Tezu
 Meghalaya News
NKU alleges benami transaction in PDS delivery
Families dependent on mining unable to get food
Dissidents hell bent on ousting Mukul
’Murderers should not go unpunished’
 Northeast News
Irom Sharmila again arrested in Manipur
M Prithviraj urges Union Tourism Minister to start flight service
Campaign for reintroduction of ILP gaining popularity
Martyrs’ Day to be observed
 Cachar News
CRPC demands CM’s resignation over violence along Assam–Nagaland border
ABVP holds a day–long workshop
Organisations demand Congress ticket for Thoiba Singh from Lakhipur
Regional sports meet concludes
 National News
SC notice to centre, poll panel over Congress plea
Election now will fetch BJP more seats
’Trying to resolve the issue’
Pranab asks IITs to improve quality of education
 International News
Pakistan Senate extends support to PM Sharif
Journalist beheading: US defends refusal to pay ransom
IS sent message to scribe’s family before killing him
Hamas executes 18 alleged collaborators with Israel
 State-1
SJBP demands President’s Rule
Dispur could have averted the border skirmishes: Mahanta
Nepali Bhasa Divas observed
Protest over police brutalities
 State-2
Director General of SSB visits BTAD
Two hard–core ASAK terrorists neutralised
BJP stages demonstration
Gold chain snatched from school teacher
 Local Sports
Magnificent win take Assam in Buchi Babu quarter
Inter School Chess from Aug 28
Certificate course for basketball coaches
Kamrup Swimming on Aug 24
 Sports
Mid–tour changes tough on everyone: Dravid
Serena to face Townsend
Lahiri looking forward to European Masters
Atletico de Kolkata to train in Spain
 Editorial
Peace Moves for the Border
The Updating of the NRC
Furthering Indo–Brazil Relations
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
’Don’t encroach’
Selectors’ logic: Heads I win, tails you lose
India–past and Present
 
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