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Mumbai to hosts NE to attract tourists

As part of the North East India Business and Cultural Integration Initiative, Mumbai will be able to enjoy the 'Colours of India' event later this week with a display of authentic North Eastern culture Source The Sangai Express Courtesy Indian Express ... E Pao!, 3 weeks ago
Northeast witnesses rise in tourists The Telegraph, 23 hours ago

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Rains ease over Central India, move North

The India Met Department confirmed on Tuesday that the axis of the monsoon has migrated entirely to the foothills of the Himalayas, where it would stay anchored for an as-yet-undisclosed period of time. The belt of heavy rains, too, has shifted in ...
 Hindu Business Line5 days ago Monsoon wallops hills and plains of N-W, N-E India  Hindu Business Line6 days ago IMD predicts good rainfall in North, east India for next week  Yahoo! India1 week ago North, east India to witness good rainfall next week: IMD  Money Control1 week ago
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NEICORD holds 5th Wokha district forum meeting

North East India Council for Relief and Development (NEICORD) conducted its 5th district forum meeting for Wokha district at the district planning machinery cell conference hall with volunteers and leaders from various villages, Wednesday. ...
 Nagaland Post4 days ago Meeting held  E Pao!15 hours ago
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We seem to be unable to treat Kashmiris as Indians

'The Indian middle class ignores the conflicts areas in Jammu and Kashmir, in Central India and in the North East.''The violence does not touch us at all and so we are able to easily look away from the underlying reasons and grievances,' says Aakar Patel.   India has three large and long running conflict areas. First, Jammu & Kashmir. Second, the Adivasi belt of central India that touches states like Jharkhand, Orissa and Chhattisgarh. Third, the tribal belt of North East India. In ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago Jammu and Kashmir, Adivasi belt and North East; why are India's conflict areas ignored by the middle class  First Post.com1 week ago

Monsoon 4% above normal: IMD

Hill-states and North East to see heavy rains.
 DNA1 week ago Isolated heavy rain forecast for north coastal Andhra  Sify1 week ago Heavy rain inundates north, east  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago North, east India bath in monsoon rains  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Timeline: How SC threw the rule book at BJP in Arunachal govt case

Wednesday, 13 July, could have been a day of celebration for the BJP in North East India, as its national president Amit Shah was set to formally launch the BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) in Guwahati. However, the Supreme Court has turned it ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago Development of NE is top priority Amit Shah  E Pao!1 week ago NEDA to bring Northeast India closer to mainland: Amit Shah  DNA1 week ago NEDA to bring Northeast closer to mainland: Amit Shah  Business Standard1 week ago
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Arunachal to host 2nd edition of Northeast India Fashion Week

(L-R) Yana Ngoba Chakpu, Adil Hussain, Arita Kashyap with other designers at the fashion launch. Indigenous cloth weavers and their products need constant promotion for them to survive the market. In order to promote loin loom and weaving in the ...
 Sunday Guardian Live1 week ago Arunachal Pradesh to host North East India Fashion Week  Nerve1 week ago Lakme Fashion Week Model Auditions for North East  E Pao!3 weeks ago Model auditions for NorthEast  E Pao!3 weeks ago
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World War II and north-east India: A film on futility of fighting

A World War II survivor in Viswema village in Nagaland. ON MARCH 15, 1944, the Japanese army marched into Manipur, widening the theatre of violence during World War II. In the months that followed, Manipur, which was then a kingdom, and Nagaland, ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

Over 8 lakh hospital beds required in NE

To achieve inclusive develop ment, major public and private sector investments are required in health care in the north east, this was the key massage that emerged from the two day North East Health Care Summit organized by FICCI and PHFI in Guwahati Source ...
 E Pao!2 weeks ago Ficci push to healthcare  The Telegraph2 weeks ago Call for major investments in NE healthcare  The Assam Tribune2 weeks ago FICCI to organize 'North East Healthcare Summit' in Guwahati  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Mission North East: BJP makes quiet inroads as regional parties flock to offer support

The question arises—has the BJP compromised or diluted its known Hindutva ideology to gain space in the North East, particularly in the Christian-majority states? The post Mission North East: BJP makes quiet inroads as regional parties flock to offer ...
 First Post.com1 week ago NEDA formally launched  The Assam Tribune1 week ago NEDA conclave: Amit Shah attends BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance meet in Guwahati  catchnews.com1 week ago Political conclave of NEDA today  The Assam Tribune1 week ago
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