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DAN can only solve Naga political problem: BJP

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DIMAPUR, Feb 2: The BJP today said that only the Democratic Alliance Nagaland (DAN) can bring about an honourable and acceptable solution to the protracted Naga political problem.

Speaking at the BJP party ticket distribution ceremony held here at Book Marc conference hall, on Friday afternoon, senior BJP official and in–charge of Nagaland, PB Achary...

 
Polling expenses have doubled in five years: Official

AGARTALA, Feb 2: The budget for the February 14 assembly elections in Tripura has more than doubled compared to the last polls in 2008, an official said here on Saturday.

“The budget to conduct the assembly elections was Rs 8 crore in the 2008 assembly polls in Tripura. For the February 14 elections, it would be Rs 20 crore,” Tripura Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Ashutosh Ji...

 
Excavators, trucks seized

From our Special Correspondent

IMPHAL, Feb 2: Erabot Yumkham, MLA representing the Wangekhi constituency led some activists to seize 16 excavators and trucks while removing earth from a reserve forest area at Mantri Pukhri. He and the activists snatched the keys which were later handed over to the police with the report that they were scooping earth illegally from the reserve forest.

 
’BJP will enter Tripura assembly after polls’

AGARTALA, Feb 2: The BJP, which has so far failed to win a single Lok Sabha or assembly seat in Left–ruled Tripura, hopes to play a significant role in the February 14 assembly elections and enter the 60–member house for the first time, a party leader said on Saturday.

“In the assembly elections, the BJP would be a major factor in 30 of the 60 assembly seats. In the pr...

 
URF lauds elected representatives

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IMPHAL, Feb 2: The proscribed United Revolutionary Front (URF) has lauded the elected representatives who had abstained from the function on the death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi held at the Congress office in Imphal. Reports said that just three MLAs attended the function which was a lacklustre official ritual.
Commenting on it the URF said that though b...

 
Girl raped by two persons

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IMPHAL, Feb 2: The Lamphel police station has submitted a charge for rape of a girl by two persons after making her drunk. The incident took place on October 20 last year at a fast food restaurant near Imphal. The victim is a student of TG Higher Secondary School in Imphal. The accused persons have been identified as William Yumnam (28) of Khagempalli Pankha and...

 
KL Chishi declares his candidature

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DIMAPUR, Feb 2: Former Nagaland Chief Minister and sitting Congress legislator, KL Chishi, on Saturday declared his candidature to contest on INC ticket from Dimapur–I, the only “unreserved” assembly seat among the 60 assembly constituencies in the State.

The declaration programme, attended among others by Nagaland Pradesh Congress Commit...

 
Procession taken out for peace in State

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IMPHAL, Feb 2: A large number of persons took out a procession today in Imphal by the Cooperative union and Imphal cooperative association. It was taken out for providng employment and ushering in peace in the State. The processionists had gone from the Lamphel office of the Cooperative office to Sana Keithel. Later they also held a meeting.

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Rain/thundershowers would occur at many places over Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram & Tripura.
 Arunachal News
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Miscreant dupes student leader
 Meghalaya News
Ardent set for rally on September 19
’Set up two infiltration check gates’
Majaw threatens to file defamation suit against ex JHADC CEM
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
India boxers look to regain lost pride in Incheon
Upbeat India women take on South Korea
Sania India’s mainstay in Asian Games
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 Editorial
Unicode for Assamese
On Scottish Independence
Society and Sree Sree Thakur Anukulchandra’s Teachings
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Willing to wound and yet afraid to strike
’Modi should share power with states for real success’
Arrival of Lord Biswakarma
 
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