Ex-Bangalore top cop's daughter alleges racial slur

Daughter of a former state top police official hailing from North-East has alleged that she was racially attacked by two women while shopping in the city.

State govts not serious in choking explosives supply to Maoists: CRPF DG

CRPF chief Dilip Trivedi on Thursday accused state governments of not making "serious and concerted efforts" to stop supply of explosives to Maoists.

Rise in incidents of crime against NE people in Delhi

Crime against people from North-East in the national capital has witnessed a steady rise with Delhi Police receiving 650 calls related to crime this year.

MoS Kiren Rijiju assures safe environment for NE people

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju on Sunday assured people from North-East that the Centre will take adequate steps so that they get a safe environment in every part of the country.

Manish Tewari terms attack on North-East couple unfortunate

Congress leader Manish Tewari described the attack on a couple hailing from the North-East of the country as unfortunate and called for swift action against the guilty.

Nido Tania murder case: One accused gets bail

An accused named in the charge sheet in the Nido Tania murder case here in January was granted bail by a Delhi court on Monday.

CPI(M) not in favour of repeal of AFSPA from North-East

CPI(M) on Thursday said it would not demand repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act (AFSPA) from the North-East, but favoured it be given a human face.

ULFA, 5 NE ultra groups call boycott of R-Day celebrations

ULFA-Independent and five other North East militant outfits have jointly called a boycott of Republic Day celebrations and a general strike that day in the entire region.

`EC should not transgress powers of Parliament`

The Election Commission (EC) should not transgress on the powers of Parliament, senior Rajya Sabha Member Shantaram Naik said on Friday.

5.9 magnitude quake rocks North-East

An earthquake of moderate intensity today rocked the entire north eastern region, but there was no report of any injury to people or damage to property.

Study underway on climate change in North East

ICFRE, an autonomous body under the union ministry of environment and forests, has undertaken a study to assess the impact of climate change in the northeastern region.

North-East has now become more peaceful: Union Home Secretary

RK Singh said that the insurgency ridden north eastern region of the country has now become more peaceful than earlier.

Assamese begin return journey to Bangalore, Pune

In groups small and large, people from the North-East who fled cities like Bangalore and Pune have started returning to work.

Foreign arms finding way to North-East

August 29 seizure of US-made M-16 rifle and UK-made bullet-proof jacket came through terrorist outlets operating in the North-East.

NE people start returning to other states: BJP

N-E students and professionals, who had fled Maha and K`taka and other states, have begun returning to their respective workplace and institutions.

Blame illegal immigrants for NE tensions: Gadkari

Illegal immigrants were to be blamed for triggering the mass exodus of northeastern people from southern states, BJP president Nitin Gadkari has said.

N-E exodus: Facebook warns users over offensive content

Facebook said it will remove content, block pages or even disable accounts of those users who upload contents that incite violence.

Respect Internet freedom, US tells India

Voicing its support for full freedom of the Internet, the US has urged India to maintain respect for fundamental freedoms.

India seeks US help to track offensive NE content

India is planning to take the help of the United States in tracking the origins of offensive web content used to scare North-East people.

Pak group morphed pics from Tibet, Thailand to spread panic

A Pak-based hardline group is suspected to have been involved in doctoring images and spreading them across social networking sites to incite Muslims and create scare among northeast people.