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    Naga flag unfurled atop Great Wall of China

    MHA recently has declared the entire Nagaland state a “disturbed area” for six more months under AFSPA

    Seven-day nationwide lockdown in Bhutan from Dec 23

    While only designated shops within the zones and essential services will be available, all schools, institutions, office and business establishments to remain closed.

    Indo-Bangla Border Talks Begins in Guwahati: Aims To Curb...

    The meeting will also deliberate upon steps being taken to strengthen the security grid in a cohesive manner

    Over 250 Jews from Manipur, Mizoram Immigrated to...

    The Menashe tribe is one of the ten tribes pushed into exile by the Assyrians some 2700 years ago

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    Sandra Lindsay, received the vaccine just after 9 am on Monday at Long Island Jewish Medical Centre in Queens, New York City.

    Forest Man Jadav Payeng sings agreement with Fundacion Azteca at Mexico

    The agreement was signed during the Ciudad de las Ideas (CDI) at Puebla City with former Mexian Senator Ninfa Salinas Sada of Grupo Salinas.

    Breakdancing named official Olympic Sport for 2024 Paris Games

    The idea was proposed two years back when trials at the 2018 Youth Olympics in Buenos Aires, Argentina, were a success

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    Mount Everest isn’t the first peak to see its height revised but it’s probably the first to get taller rather than shrink.

    COVID-19 vaccine: UK approves Pfizer vaccine for use next week

    The vaccine has been given the go-ahead by the health regulator MHRA and will be rolled out from early next week in the country.

    UNESCO calls on Indian authorities to shed light on Assam journalist Parag Bhuyan’s murder

    Following the alleged murder of Parag Bhuyan, the Assam government ordered a CID probe

    Manas National Park receives award for doubling tiger population

    The tiger population increase in the Manas National Park to 25 in 2018 from nine in 2010

    FIFA cancels U-17 Women’s World Cup; India to host 2022 edition

    India will now host the 2022 U17 Women’s World Cup while Costa Rica will get the chance to host the 2022 U19 Women’s World Cup.

    Adil Hussain starrer ‘Saving Chintu’ qualifies for Oscar 2021

    The film has two Assamese actors, Adil Hussain as the older version of Chintu opposite Dipannita Sharma, who portrays the character of ‘Mira’

    The Umrangso Story: How an Assam village turned from hunting ground to a paradise for Amur Falcons

    Two Amur Falcon birds radio-tagged last year have come back for roosting after traversing over 29,000-km migratory route from Siberia

    Oxford Dictionaries amends ‘sexist’ definitions of the word ‘woman’

    This petition aimed at removing synonyms of the ‘woman’ such as “bitch, besom, piece, bint, wench, biddy, baggage” from the dictionary.

    Joe Biden wins White House; Kamala Harris becomes 1st VP of Indian origin

    Kamala Harris has made history by becoming the first person of Indian descent to hold the national office in the United States.

    BREAKING: First shipment from Bangladesh reached Assam via river route

    It was for the first time that Bangladesh allowed its ports to be used as a transit for cargo movement to India's north-eastern states

    US Elections: Jr Trump left Northeast out of India in world map

    The map showed Northeast and Kashmir not to be a part of the Indian Territory

    Priyanca Radhakrishnan becomes New Zealand’s first-ever minister of Indian origin

    Radhakrishnan has also become the Minister for the Community and Voluntary sector and Associate Minister for Social Development and Employment.

    Assam invites Israeli tech to boost agro-economy

    CM lays foundation stone of Agri Centre of Excellence set up with Israeli support

    Assam’s Adil Hussain to feature in British-Indian film ‘Footprints On water’

    Hailing from Assam, Adil Hussain will be seen playing the role of the father, while Aakeel will play the role of an Afgani refugee.

    World Bank to fund 120 Million Dollars for Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project

    Meghalaya Integrated Transport Project will improve about 300 km of strategic road segments and stand-alone bridges

    Bomb blast at Madrassa in Pakistan: 7 killed, 70 wounded

    The bombing happened while a cleric was delivering a lecture about the teachings of Islam at the main hall of the Jamia Zubairia madrassa.

    Durga Temple in Pakistan vandalized: PPFA urges PM Modi to take it up with Islamabad

    Miscreants allegedly vandalized the temple and even desecrated the idol of Maa Durga

    Star footballer Christiano Ronaldo tests positive for coronavirus

    Portugal captain and one of the biggest football stars Christiano Ronaldo has tested positive for the novel coronavirus.

    Indian artist Sudarshan Pattnaik dedicates sand art to Donald Trump, Melania; wishes speedy recovery

    Renowned artist Sudarshan Pattnaik created a sand sculpture of US President Donald trump and First Lady Melania Trump on Saturday, wishing them a speedy recovery

    Australian cricket legend Dean Jones dies in Mumbai

    Dean Jones was in India to fulfil his commitments for the host broadcasters of the Indian Premier League

    Pangolin Smuggling Thriving in NE: Know How & Why

    Pangolin are being trafficked to China’s Yunnan province via Burma, which shares a porous border with several NE states

    Kevin Pietersen busts ‘Myth’ about Rhino Horn’s medicinal properties in Kaziranga

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    BREAKING: China returns five Arunachal Pradesh youths ‘Safely’

    Three such incidents took place in the current year in Upper Subansiri and West Siang District including the latest one

    Indian Author Prajwal Parajuly’s book nominated for France’s first Novel Prize

    Indian author Prajwal Parajuly’s book “Land where I Flee” has been nominated for France’s First Novel Prize

    BREAKING: Missing Arunachal Pradesh youths found in China

    Indian Army had sent a hotline message to the counterpart PLA establishment at the border point in Arunachal Pradesh

    Three Chinese nationals lost way: Rescued in Sikkim

    As per Army sources, the Chinese nationals lost their way in the Plateau area of North Sikkim at an altitude of 17,500 feet

    Arsenal’s Mesut Özil sends gift for Assam prodigy Pritam Brahma

    Pritam played a deciding role in the victory of his team in the second season of Golden Baby Football League ‘Greater Guwahati Baby League’

    Japan PM Shinzo Abe to resign after 7 consecutive years; cites health concerns

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, to step down from his post citing his ill-health, reported several local media outlets on Friday.

    Her&Now film campaign launched in the North Eastern Region

    Due to the COVID-19 restrictions at the moment, the project will provide digital options to watch the short films over the next months

    BREAKING: Russia claims world’s first Covid-19 vaccine; Putin’s daughter vaccinated

    Earlier, Russia said it hoped to launch mass production within weeks

    Bhutan King thanks Assam CM Sonowal for helping in tackling COVID 19

    The King termed the gesture as a true reflection of the close ties of friendship and brotherhood between the people of Assam and Bhutan

    Ten Broad Gauge Locomotives handed over to Bangladesh

    India and Bangladesh have stepped up their rail cooperation in mitigating the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, as trade via land border faced disruptions

    Prince William expresses grief over Assam Flood

    Royal couple Prince William and Kate visited the Kaziranga National Park in Assam in 2016

    The BTS Fans Raised over Rs 5.8 Lakh for Assam Flood

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    Arsenal FC expresses Solidarity with Assam Flood

    Actor Adil Hussain questioned why Indian Celebrities, Mainstream Media, Cricket Stars are not raising their voices in support of Assamese people

    Planning a trip after COVID19? Bhutan readies for Tourists

    Tourism Council of Bhutan to build an integrated system of online VISA processing, bookings, information sharing and payments

    Bhutan Rejects Reports On Water Stoppage To Assam

    Bhutan government said that it might be a “deliberate attempt” to cause misunderstanding between the two friendly nations.

    Indo-China Tension: Sikkim on Alert

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    Earthquake in Assam and NE states

    The earthquake of magnitude 5.1 was recorded with the epicentre being in Mizoram's Aizawl district.

    Glenmark Gets Approval For Favipiravir As COVID-19 Treatment

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    On the 75th anniversary of the victory in the World War II, there will be a military parade in Moscow to honour the sacrifices made by the Russian and other friendly people

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    India China Tension: Modi calls all-party meet to discuss Ladakh face-off

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    OPINION

    Opinion: Taking a cue

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    India has the second-largest number of tobacco users (268 million adults) in the world – of these at least 1.2 million die every year from tobacco-related diseases

    Method to the Madness

    The breaks can be a mid-day snooze or a workout regime, it can be a good movie hour or reading escapade

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    Turning Crisis into Opportunity: Kanyaka, Pabhoi Greens way

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    Many Unanswered Questions Plumed in the Smoke of Baghjan Blaze

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