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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
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 Meghalaya News
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EC to renew trading license of Maheshwari Mining Pvt Ltd
 Northeast News
CPI–M candidate wins Tripura seat with record margin
RN Chamling wins Sikkim by–poll
High Court orders giving compensation
Informer beaten up
 Cachar News
Congress faces humiliating defeat in Silchar
Gautom Roy spoils the prospect of Arun Dutta Mazumdar
Congress maintains winning spree in Lakhipur
 National News
The rot that is India’s prison system
Plea for CBI probe into Vadra land deal dismissed
Gender sensitisation classes for ’rough’ Delhi Police cops
Government moots CBI probe into Salman Khurshid’s NGO
 International News
Iraqi troops retake villages, US jets pound IS positions
President in Ho Chi Minh City; history, art on show
’Pakistan heading towards civil war’
London’s Muslims call for peace after beheading of Briton by IS
 State-1
Assam by–polls: AIUDF retains Jamunamukh seat
OIL contractual workers to intensify stir
Villagers caught between security forces and NDFB
Book on life and works of Birendra Kumar Bhattacharyya released
 State-2
NFRMU stages protest against FDI in Railways
Awareness meeting on traffic rules
Medical camp for expecting mothers held
 Local Sports
Daoga takes ASEBSC to quarters in Bordoloi Trophy
Assam junior athletics Team announced
Kamaleswar Brahma Memorial Football begins
Assam fight back against HP
 Sports
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 Editorial
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 Op-Ed (Sunday)
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