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Fifa U

A delegation of the world football governing body Fifa, accompanied by members of the Local Organising Committee (LOC), on Sunday visited the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium here to assess the preparedness of the Fifa Under-17 World Cup venue. The post Fifa ... First Post.com, 10 hours ago

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Malay Mail, 2 months ago
One India, 1 month ago
Daily Nation, 3 months ago
Zambia Daily Mail, 2 months ago
Radio New Zealand, 3 months ago
IAAF, 3 months ago
East African Standard, 2 months ago
Daily Trust Nigera, 2 months ago
One India

Babul Supriyo named vice-president of FIFA U-17 World Cup LOC

Union Minister Babul Supriyo has been appointed vice-president of the FIFA U-17 World Cup organizing committee. "Have appointed my friend and great football fan as Vice President of the U17 World Cup Organising Committee. Welcome aboard @SuPriyoBabul!," All ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Adidas ties up with FIFA U-17 World Cup for Mission XI Million  DNA1 month ago adidas partners with U-17 WC local organisers for Mission XI Million  Prokerala1 month ago Adidas partners with FIFA U-17 World Cup local organising committee  One India1 month ago
One India

Volunteer programme for FIFA U-17 World Cup launched

The organising committee of FIFA U-17 World Cup today launched its volunteer programme, providing thousands of volunteers with a chance to be part of India's first ever global football tournament. Matches will be held across six cities between October 6 and ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Fifa U  First Post.com2 weeks ago U-17 World Cup LOC launches volunteer programme  Business Standard2 weeks ago FIFA U-17 World Cup LOC launch volunteer programme  One India2 weeks ago
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JCC threatens indefinite bandh over ULB polls

KOHIMA, Jan 24 - A Joint Coordination Committee of Naga organisations has threatened an indefinite bandh in Nagaland if the State government fails to postpone the February 1 Urban Local Bodies (ULB) polls by January 26.Opposing 33 per cent quota for women, ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago Nagaland bandh called by NTAC and JCC disrupts normal life  Business Standard1 month ago Indefinite bandh in Nagaland called off  Business Standard1 month ago JCC threatens to call indefinite bandh in Nagaland  Business Standard2 months ago

Mixed response for bandh

The district bandh, called by some civic organisations seeking relaxation from toll for locals in Sasthana and Hejmadi toll gates and toll exemption till the road works are completed, received mixed response on Monday. Following the assurance by tahsildar ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Manipur's Thoubal district hosts Shingzu Salad Festival

[India], Feb.1 (ANI): A 12-day long Singju Festival organised by the Singju Festival Committee under the supervision of Singju Yokhatpa Lup (SYOL), Manipur has been on since January 28 at MMRC and Unity Park in Khangabok, Thoubal district under the theme ...
 Sify1 month ago
One India

New-look Salt Lake stadium gets training pitch inside complex

The Salt Lake Stadium was unrecognisable both from outside and inside when FIFA U-17 tournament director for the Local organising Committee (LoC) Javier Ceppi and Subrata Dutta came to visit here on Thursday.The front entrance of the colossal amphitheatre ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Salt Lake stadium gets new training pitch inside complex  One India1 month ago
Sify

Indian-American panel launches campaign against hate crimes

(Representative image) Washington : Chicago-based Indian-American Public Affairs Committee (IAPAC) has launched a campaign across the US to spread awareness about hate crimes against the community. The committee plans to organise a series of grassroot events ...
 Sify1 week ago 'We are here to stay', says Indian-Americans  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Rediff.com

Violence erupts in Nagaland over urban local body poll

Violent mobs went on the rampage in the Nagaland capital, Kohima on Thursday to vent their anger against ongoing elections to urban local bodies, vandalising and setting on fire government offices and vehicles, prompting deployment of five columns of army to bring the situation under control. Activists of several tribal groups vandalised the State Election Commission and Deputy Commissioner's office and set ablaze the Kohima Municipal Council building. The Regional Transport office and that of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Violence in Nagaland: Protesters torch CM's house  Rediff.com1 month ago Nagaland: Violence in Kohima, mobs set ablaze govt offices  DNA1 month ago Angry over ULB polls, mobs go on rampage in Kohima  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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Stir by Naga tribal bodies continue, Nagaland Guv convenes

Naga tribal organisations today continued with their indefinite stir by paralysing functioning of government offices, even as Nagaland Governor P B Acharya, Chief Minister T R Zeliang and tribal bodies have convened separate consultative meetings to resolve ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Bandh relaxed in Nagaland for people to attend church services  Business Standard1 month ago Nagaland ULB polls: Zeliang urges tribal orgs to withdraw  Business Standard1 month ago ULB polls: Tribal organisations call Nagaland bandh tomorrow  Business Standard1 month ago
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