Police are investigating an Indian university suspected of issuing fake PhDs after it awarded more than 400 doctorates in a single year, officers said Wednesday.
Militants lobbed a powerful grenadeat the residence of Manipur irrigation and flood control minister Ngamthang Haokip in the heart of Imphal town but it failed to explode, officials said today.
Voting for the Meghalaya and Nagaland assembly elections began today amidst tight security, an official said.
Rebels of the outlawed Garo National Liberation Army (GNLA) killed two jail officials in an attack on a Meghalaya prison late Saturday, police said Sunday.
State advisory council on rights to free and compulsory education in Manipur has decided not to allow schools, including Catholic schools, to conduct admission test for enrolment of students in pre-primary classes, official sources said today.
Along this fenced international border, Bangladesh is both a myth and reality. It does exist on the other side, but nobody wants to acknowledge its existence due to the fear of being dubbed an illegal migrant.
An earthquake of moderate intensity measuring 5.4 on the Richter scale today jolted Assam, some other north eastern states and West Bengal but there was no report of any loss of life or major damage to properties.
A week after his niece commits suicide, Mukul Sangma seeks regulation of colleges, varsities in India. HT reports.
Six tribal organizations in Arunachal Pradesh have called a three-day bandh from April 17-19 to oppose a public hearing for the proposed 2700MW Lower Siang Hydro Electric Project.
Bangladesh’s decision to honour Tripura CM Manik Sarkar for his “outstanding contribution” to its liberation war in 1971 has triggered a controversy in the northeast state. Syed Sajjad Ali reports.
The seven north-eastern states, which hold the key for Trinamool Congress to emerge as a national party, could be bestowed with a slew of new rail projects in the upcoming Rail Budget.
At least two persons were today seriously injured when suspected ULFA militants hurled grenades at the Ganeshguri area in the heart of the city, police said.
A conglomerate of 22 organizations demanding smaller states across India today launched their joint effort with a rally in north-central Assam for the creation of a separate tribal state.
At least 30 people were injured and several vehicles set ablaze Tuesday in Arunachal Pradesh when members of a tribal group clashed with each other, prompting police to open fire, officials said.
Trouble is brewing in India’s tea industry, stirred by the Central government's job guarantee scheme and the return of plantation workers to their homes.