Monday, January 24, 2022


Govt declares Nagaland ‘disturbed area’ under AFSPA for 6 more months

New Delhi: The Centre on Thursday declared the entire Nagaland as a "disturbed area" for six more months with effect from December 30 under...

Editorial: Time for AFSPA to go

When a law becomes a symbol of State oppression instead of protecting the interests of the citizens, it’s time for it to go. The...

Centre forms panel on withdrawal of AFSPA from Nagaland

New Delhi: The Central government has formed a seven-member committee to suggest withdrawal of the Armed Forces Special Power Act, 1958 (AFSPA) from Nagaland...

AFSPA: The Cauldron of Woe

By Beni Sumer Yanthan Brother, Your blood has drenched this earth And soaked up our sins, Your silent screams now hang above This parched town Where the mist gathers at...

Editorial: Naga peace accord under a cloud

The killing of over a dozen innocent civilians in a botched security operation in Nagaland has raised questions not only about the reliability of...

Army regrets killing of civilians in Nagaland, assures appropriate action

"The security forces have suffered severe injuries in the incident including one soldier who succumbed to the injuries," the Army said in an official statement.

11 civilians gunned down by security forces in Nagaland

The exact number of fatalities, however, is yet to be ascertained as 11 people died on the spot, and several others succumbed to their injuries in hospitals in neighbouring Assam, a police officer said.

Nagaland CM condemns ‘killing of civilians’, announces SIT probe

In a tweet this morning, the chief minister informed about the "unfortunate incident" that led to the "killing of civilians" in the village while appealing for calm. 

Teenagers rescue leopard cubs in Nagaland

Officials shifted the cubs to Nagaland Zoological Park in Dimapur

Lines of conflict

In fragile Northeast abound with border disputes, the flare-up between Assam and Mizoram over territorial claims is risky  

Editorial: Fault lines from history

The border friction between Assam and Mizoram needs to be addressed with political maturity, fairness, and mutual accommodation

‘Bhut Jolokia’ chilli now heads to London

This variety was declared the hottest chilli pepper in the world by Guinness World Records in 2007

Kidnapped ONGC employee released by ULFA(I) militants

The official said Saikia was released around 7 am on the Myanmar side and he walked around 40 minutes to cross to the Indian side.

Kanwaljit all excited with young Naga leggie Kense

The 16-year-old spinner, who took seven wickets in the recently concluded T20 tournament in Chennai, has been invited by MI and RR.

Post lockdown, UP at 5th position in exports from India

During the coronavirus crisis, products worth Rs 12,99,354.87 crore were exported from the country between April 2020 and November 2020, of which products worth Rs 72,508.14 crore were sent abroad from Uttar Pradesh.

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