A one-day third session of the 12th Nagaland Legislative Assembly was held in the Assembly Hall, Kohima December 17.
Members of the House, both from the ruling and opposition parties, participated in the discussion, sharing their
On the tenth day of his indefinite hunger strike, veteran social activist Anna Hazare “is feeling extremely weak”, and has lost 4.70 kg weight, an aide said here Tuesday.
“His health condition is worsening with the weight loss an
A woman was killed and 13 other people were injured when suspected ULFA militants triggered a blast in Assam’s Dibrugarh town Tuesday evening, police said. The blast took place in the busy Amolapatty area, said Dibrugarh Superinte
The Ashes were lost to England today with their third successive defeat by Australia but in the figure of Ben Stokes they at least can take considerable consolation from their failure to retain the most precious prize in cricket.
Former AC Milan and Italy midfielder Gennaro Gattuso has been placed under investigation for match-fixing, while four more people have been arrested in an early morning police sweep in Italy.
Cremon prosecutor Roberto Di Ma
The first North East India International Model United Nations (NEIMUN), on the theme ‘UN 3 Pillars: Peace and Security, Development and Human Rights’, got underway December 17 at IG Stadium Kohima with governor Dr. Ashwani Kumar a
In what the media here called a “powerful rebuke” to the Obama administration, a US federal judge has ruled the US National Security Agency’s once-secret mass collection of domestic phone records is most likely unconstitutional.