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  • TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    Dismissing the five-month-old government of Shurhozelie Liezietsu, Governor PB Acharya today appointed TR Zeliang, Naga People's Front (NPF) legislator, as Nagaland Chief Minister. Mr Zeliang, who will take oath at Raj Bhavan today at 3 pm, has been directed to prove majority on the floor of the House on or before July 22.

  • Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu, who is facing a rebellion from the lawmakers of his Naga People's Front party, will face a floor test today. Governor P B Acharya ordered the floor test after the Gauhati High Court turned down an appeal by the Chief Minister to put a freeze on it.

  • After Landslide On Highway, Bridge On Manipur's Only Lifeline Snaps

    After Landslide On Highway, Bridge On Manipur's Only Lifeline Snaps

    Manipur in the Northeast which is accessible via only two National Highways remained cut-off after a portion of an important bridge snapped over river Barak on National Highway 37, one of the two lifelines of the landlocked state

  • Assam Floods: Highlands Drowning But A Half-Kept Promise Is All Kaziranga Animals Have

    Assam Floods: Highlands Drowning But A Half-Kept Promise Is All Kaziranga Animals Have

    The Assam government had promised to build 33 highlands in Kaziranga for better animal refuge during floods but only 50 percent of the work has been completed.

  • Amid Assam Floods, How This Village Is Fighting To Save Its Eroding Embankment

    Amid Assam Floods, How This Village Is Fighting To Save Its Eroding Embankment

    58-year-old Hari Chandra Nath, headman of Kathoni village in Assam's Morigaon is worried these days. During the past week, he has been busy trying to save his village from being ravaged by the floods in the state.

  • 14 Feared Dead, Many Trapped In Massive Arunachal Pradesh Landslide

    14 Feared Dead, Many Trapped In Massive Arunachal Pradesh Landslide

    14 people are feared dead and many others trapped inside the debris after a massive landslide triggered by heavy rains washed away five houses of a village in Papum Pare district of Arunachal Pradesh today.

  • Caught In A Cycle Of Floods And Erosion, Villagers In Assam Lose Home, Hope

    Caught In A Cycle Of Floods And Erosion, Villagers In Assam Lose Home, Hope

    Morigaon, Assam: Once a prosperous farmer, 55-year-old Prafulla Saharia from Assam’s Lengeribori village, 130 km from Guwahati, is left with no land he can call his own. The flood in the state, which has affected over 1,000 villages and killed 27 people, has inundated the two bigha land he owned. A cycle of floods and erosion has forced him to c...

  • Crisis In Nagaland As Former Chief Minister TR Zeliang Stakes Claim To Government

    Crisis In Nagaland As Former Chief Minister TR Zeliang Stakes Claim To Government

    The internal crisis within the ruling Naga People's Front (NPF) government in Nagaland has further deepened with Chief Minister Mr Shurhozelie Liezietsu sacking 10 of his parliamentary secretaries following a demand for his removal, an official said on Sunday.

  • Helicopter Pilot Dhillon, Who Saved Many In Arunachal, Flew Over Toughest Terrain

    Helicopter Pilot Dhillon, Who Saved Many In Arunachal, Flew Over Toughest Terrain

    Wing Commander Mandeep Singh Dhillon, who died in a helicopter crash in Arunachal Pradesh while rescuing people after a landslide last week, was an avid long-distance runner. His friends said he was among the best helicopter pilots of the Indian Air Force or IAF. Now, there is absolute gloom at the 115th Helicopter Unit at the IAF's airbase in Tezp...

  • Little Help From Government, Say Stranded Flood Victims In Assam

    Little Help From Government, Say Stranded Flood Victims In Assam

    Guwahati, Assam: The tea gardens in the outskirts of Assam are under the flood waters. The labourers who work there have been rendered homeless and jobless. While they have moved into a makeshift shelter on a high ground, have got little assistance from the government. “This high ground where we are staying is actually a cremation ground. We have...

  • 13 Killed, 850 Villages Under Water As Assam Floods Worsen

    13 Killed, 850 Villages Under Water As Assam Floods Worsen

    13 people have died in Assam due to floods that have affected four lakh people across 15 districts and as many as 42,000 of them have been rendered homeless taking shelter in relief camps.

  • Surrounded By Flood Waters, How Villagers Are Coping In Assam

    Surrounded By Flood Waters, How Villagers Are Coping In Assam

    Guwahati, Assam: In a rickety raft made of banana plant trunk, 16-year-old Yashmina Khatun and her siblings rowed for 10 miles to fetch drinking water to their hut. Their village Balimukh in Assam’s Morigaon district, about 60 km away from Guwahati, is submerged in flood waters from an overflowing Brahmaputra and Kolong river. [social_icons] Yash...

  • Sikkim To Sue West Bengal For 60,000 Crores Over Gorkhaland Agitation: Sources

    Sikkim To Sue West Bengal For 60,000 Crores Over Gorkhaland Agitation: Sources

    Sikkim is considering suing the West Bengal government at the Supreme Court, alleging heavy loss of revenue because of the agitation in the neighbouring state for a separate Gorkhaland.

  • In Assam Floods, Ravaged Villages Pick Up The Pieces

    In Assam Floods, Ravaged Villages Pick Up The Pieces

    Guwahati, Assam: Nearly 180 km away from Guwahati in Assam, 76-year-old Rahimuddin works as a carpenter in Doboka in Hojai district. For him and many like him, it has become an yearly ritual to pick up pieces of their mud-walled houses which have been ravaged by floods. [social_icons] “We have suffered countless times. The government has not giv...

  • Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Helicopter Found In Arunachal Pradesh

    Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Helicopter Found In Arunachal Pradesh

    The wreckage of an Air Force helicopter, which went missing on Tuesday, has been found in Arunachal Pradesh.

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'Ratnadip Choudhury' - 158 News Result(s)

  • TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    TR Zeliang Appointed Nagaland Chief Minister By Governor

    Dismissing the five-month-old government of Shurhozelie Liezietsu, Governor PB Acharya today appointed TR Zeliang, Naga People's Front (NPF) legislator, as Nagaland Chief Minister. Mr Zeliang, who will take oath at Raj Bhavan today at 3 pm, has been directed to prove majority on the floor of the House on or before July 22.

  • Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu To Face Floor Test In Assembly Today

    Nagaland Chief Minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu, who is facing a rebellion from the lawmakers of his Naga People's Front party, will face a floor test today. Governor P B Acharya ordered the floor test after the Gauhati High Court turned down an appeal by the Chief Minister to put a freeze on it.

  • After Landslide On Highway, Bridge On Manipur's Only Lifeline Snaps

    After Landslide On Highway, Bridge On Manipur's Only Lifeline Snaps

    Manipur in the Northeast which is accessible via only two National Highways remained cut-off after a portion of an important bridge snapped over river Barak on National Highway 37, one of the two lifelines of the landlocked state

  • Assam Floods: Highlands Drowning But A Half-Kept Promise Is All Kaziranga Animals Have

    Assam Floods: Highlands Drowning But A Half-Kept Promise Is All Kaziranga Animals Have

    The Assam government had promised to build 33 highlands in Kaziranga for better animal refuge during floods but only 50 percent of the work has been completed.

  • Amid Assam Floods, How This Village Is Fighting To Save Its Eroding Embankment

    Amid Assam Floods, How This Village Is Fighting To Save Its Eroding Embankment

    58-year-old Hari Chandra Nath, headman of Kathoni village in Assam's Morigaon is worried these days. During the past week, he has been busy trying to save his village from being ravaged by the floods in the state.

  • 14 Feared Dead, Many Trapped In Massive Arunachal Pradesh Landslide

    14 Feared Dead, Many Trapped In Massive Arunachal Pradesh Landslide

    14 people are feared dead and many others trapped inside the debris after a massive landslide triggered by heavy rains washed away five houses of a village in Papum Pare district of Arunachal Pradesh today.

  • Caught In A Cycle Of Floods And Erosion, Villagers In Assam Lose Home, Hope

    Caught In A Cycle Of Floods And Erosion, Villagers In Assam Lose Home, Hope

    Morigaon, Assam: Once a prosperous farmer, 55-year-old Prafulla Saharia from Assam’s Lengeribori village, 130 km from Guwahati, is left with no land he can call his own. The flood in the state, which has affected over 1,000 villages and killed 27 people, has inundated the two bigha land he owned. A cycle of floods and erosion has forced him to c...

  • Crisis In Nagaland As Former Chief Minister TR Zeliang Stakes Claim To Government

    Crisis In Nagaland As Former Chief Minister TR Zeliang Stakes Claim To Government

    The internal crisis within the ruling Naga People's Front (NPF) government in Nagaland has further deepened with Chief Minister Mr Shurhozelie Liezietsu sacking 10 of his parliamentary secretaries following a demand for his removal, an official said on Sunday.

  • Helicopter Pilot Dhillon, Who Saved Many In Arunachal, Flew Over Toughest Terrain

    Helicopter Pilot Dhillon, Who Saved Many In Arunachal, Flew Over Toughest Terrain

    Wing Commander Mandeep Singh Dhillon, who died in a helicopter crash in Arunachal Pradesh while rescuing people after a landslide last week, was an avid long-distance runner. His friends said he was among the best helicopter pilots of the Indian Air Force or IAF. Now, there is absolute gloom at the 115th Helicopter Unit at the IAF's airbase in Tezp...

  • Little Help From Government, Say Stranded Flood Victims In Assam

    Little Help From Government, Say Stranded Flood Victims In Assam

    Guwahati, Assam: The tea gardens in the outskirts of Assam are under the flood waters. The labourers who work there have been rendered homeless and jobless. While they have moved into a makeshift shelter on a high ground, have got little assistance from the government. “This high ground where we are staying is actually a cremation ground. We have...

  • 13 Killed, 850 Villages Under Water As Assam Floods Worsen

    13 Killed, 850 Villages Under Water As Assam Floods Worsen

    13 people have died in Assam due to floods that have affected four lakh people across 15 districts and as many as 42,000 of them have been rendered homeless taking shelter in relief camps.

  • Surrounded By Flood Waters, How Villagers Are Coping In Assam

    Surrounded By Flood Waters, How Villagers Are Coping In Assam

    Guwahati, Assam: In a rickety raft made of banana plant trunk, 16-year-old Yashmina Khatun and her siblings rowed for 10 miles to fetch drinking water to their hut. Their village Balimukh in Assam’s Morigaon district, about 60 km away from Guwahati, is submerged in flood waters from an overflowing Brahmaputra and Kolong river. [social_icons] Yash...

  • Sikkim To Sue West Bengal For 60,000 Crores Over Gorkhaland Agitation: Sources

    Sikkim To Sue West Bengal For 60,000 Crores Over Gorkhaland Agitation: Sources

    Sikkim is considering suing the West Bengal government at the Supreme Court, alleging heavy loss of revenue because of the agitation in the neighbouring state for a separate Gorkhaland.

  • In Assam Floods, Ravaged Villages Pick Up The Pieces

    In Assam Floods, Ravaged Villages Pick Up The Pieces

    Guwahati, Assam: Nearly 180 km away from Guwahati in Assam, 76-year-old Rahimuddin works as a carpenter in Doboka in Hojai district. For him and many like him, it has become an yearly ritual to pick up pieces of their mud-walled houses which have been ravaged by floods. [social_icons] “We have suffered countless times. The government has not giv...

  • Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Helicopter Found In Arunachal Pradesh

    Wreckage Of Missing Air Force Helicopter Found In Arunachal Pradesh

    The wreckage of an Air Force helicopter, which went missing on Tuesday, has been found in Arunachal Pradesh.

  • GST Weaves Worry Among Women In Assam's Handloom Sector

    GST Weaves Worry Among Women In Assam's Handloom Sector

    Ethnic handloom apparels in northeast are already expensive. Women entrepreneurs have raised concerns if GST would end up making them even more pricey.

  • In Assam Floods, Villages Submerged For A Month, Little Government Help

    In Assam Floods, Villages Submerged For A Month, Little Government Help

    Entire villages of Nilam Bazaar revenue circle have been submerged in flood waters in Southern Assam's Karimganj district, 450 km away from the capital Guwahati after heavy rains in the state. For nearly a month, the area has been ravaged but help has not come their way.

  • Chinese Troops Transgress Sikkim Border, Destroy Bunkers: Report

    Chinese Troops Transgress Sikkim Border, Destroy Bunkers: Report

    Chinese troops crossed the Sikkim border and destroyed two make-shift bunkers of the army, reports the Press Trust of India.

  • Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Pilgrims Turn Back After China 'Denies' Entry

    Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Pilgrims Turn Back After China 'Denies' Entry

    China has reportedly refused entry to the first batch of some 50 pilgrims, who were supposed to travel to Kailash Mansarovar, via Nathu La in Sikkim. A massive landslide had also smashed through a mountain village in China's Sichuan province on Saturday with over 140 people feared buried.

  • As Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Pilgrims Face Hurdles, India Contacts China

    As Kailash Mansarovar Yatra Pilgrims Face Hurdles, India Contacts China

    With China refusing to open the gates to the first batch of about 50 pilgrims scheduled to travel to Kailash Mansarovar through Nathu La in Sikkim, the devotees have returned to Sherthang after waiting for a week. The second batch of pilgrims has been held up in Gangtok.

  • Pilgrims In Sikkim Refused Entry By China, Rajnath Singh Seeks Details

    Pilgrims In Sikkim Refused Entry By China, Rajnath Singh Seeks Details

    For nearly a week, a group of about 50 people waited in Sikkim for China to grant them passage to Tibet where they wanted to worship at Mount Kailash, which is at an altitude of about 6,500 metres.

  • Overnight Anti-Terror Ops Continue In Nagaland's Mon District, Says Army

    Overnight Anti-Terror Ops Continue In Nagaland's Mon District, Says Army

    An encounter has been on with terrorists in Nagaland since last night. There has been no casualties, the army has said.

  • In Goodwill Gesture, Indian Army Reaches Out To Flood-Hit Myanmar Children

    In Goodwill Gesture, Indian Army Reaches Out To Flood-Hit Myanmar Children

    Guwahati: As monsoon rains trigger floods and landslides in Arunachal Pradesh, the Indo-Myanmar border villages are affected the most. Due to inaccessibility to neighborhood, villagers are unable to access essential goods. With schools shutting down, children, especially, face the brunt as they do not get stationery items, the Myanmar Army highligh...

  • With Darjeeling Under Lockdown, Tourists Are Heading To Sikkim

    With Darjeeling Under Lockdown, Tourists Are Heading To Sikkim

    While the crisis in Darjeeling has led to a total shutdown of the tourism industry in North Bengal, it has not dithered tourists from going to the hills. Since the outbreak of the unrest, many visitors decided to drive 110 km north of Darjeeling to neighbouring Sikkim

  • New Mobile App Takes Complaints To Manipur Chief Minister's Office

    New Mobile App Takes Complaints To Manipur Chief Minister's Office

    Manipur Chief Minister N Biren Singh has launched a mobile application through which people can send complaints to the government. The Android application, called Red Mine, will be useful for people living in hard-to-reach parts of the border state.

  • Man Shot Dead In Arunachal Pradesh By Army; 'Mistaken Identity', It Says

    Man Shot Dead In Arunachal Pradesh By Army; 'Mistaken Identity', It Says

    A 35-year-old man was shot dead today in Changlang distrcit of Arunachal Pradesh bordering Myanmar by Army, which termed it a case of 'mistaken identity'.

  • 13 Killed In Northeast Deluge, Assam Issues Flood Alert

    13 Killed In Northeast Deluge, Assam Issues Flood Alert

    At least 13 people have died in flash floods and landslides triggered by heavy rains in the Northeast in the past three days. Assam's capital Guwahati, one of the cities in the Northeast selected in the centre's Smart City project, saw severe water-logging. Neighbouring states Manipur and Mizoram also saw strong floods in several districts.

  • 8 Killed, 6 Missing In Mizoram Landslide Due To Flash Floods

    8 Killed, 6 Missing In Mizoram Landslide Due To Flash Floods

    Eight persons have been killed and six others are missing after flash floods caused by heavy rainfall wreaked havoc at Tlabung in Mizoram's Lunglei district on Monday night.

  • A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    A 'Beef Party' In Mizoram As Rajnath Singh Says No Central Curbs On Food

    Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said the Centre will not impose any restrictions on people's choice of food. The same assurance had been given earlier by Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu following the criticism by several states that the Centre, though its new rules on cattle trade, was interfering in the people's choice of food, which is ...

  • Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    Meghalaya Assembly Passes Unanimous Resolution Against Cattle Trade Rule

    The Meghalaya assembly on Monday passed a unanimous resolution, asking the Centre to withdraw its cattle trade rules, which ban the sale and purchase of cattle in animal markets for slaughter. The resolution said the rules were "beyond the scope and object" set out in the Preamble of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act, 1960, and was thus infr...

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