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Assam: Justice remains elusive dream for the victims of 2012 BTAD violence

By Twocircles.net The violence which broke out in Assam’s Bodoland Territorial Areas District (BTAD) on July 20 in 2012 witnessed around 100 deaths and several lakes were displaced but the victims did not get

Alumnus CEO of Don Bosco tells students how to own a company

By Twocircles.net An entrepreneur from Nagaland who made it big in the national scene is back in the region with a mission to launch the IT revolution in the remotest and challenging areas of

Ajmal Foundation program for minority youth commences in Guwahati

By Twocircles.net Guwahati: Altogether 50 students from different minority communities of Muslim, Christian and Sikh have been identified by Ajmal Foundation for various coaching programs under a scheme supported by the Ministry of Minority

Delhi does it again: Car borne attackers beat Manipuri Man to Death

Northeastern community starts their week with a heavy heart again, as another man from the community is beaten to death in Delhi. The victim has been named as Shaloni and he was returning from

Satanic Worshippers Desecrate Graves in Meghalaya

Youths in Meghalaya involved in satanic worshiping have now come out openly and spreading their messages on social networking sites. I got a visit from one person who belonged to the cult and he

Twitter and Facebook Becomes A Rallying Point for Students Protesting Fee Hike in Sikkim

Shibayan Raha Ignored by the mainstream media, the students and the supporters took to Facebook and Twitter to post messages, photos and raised questions about why the mainstream media was not covering their story.

Football: Spanish Defender Joan Capdevilaas Signs Up For Northeast United FC

NorthEast United Football Club has signed World Cup 2010 & European 2008 Championship Winner Spanish Defender, Joan Capdevilaas as their Marquee player for the inaugural season of Indian Super League. Capdevila who marshalled the

Students in Sikkim take out rallies demanding a roll back to school fees hike

Students allege the administration hiked the fees without consulting them. The protest turned violent when IRBN jawans allegedly lathicharged one of the students. The students of Sikkim Government College, Tadong on Monday took out

Manipur Police Commandos raid NSCN-IM office in Ukhrul town, situation tense as Sec 144 clamped down

English daily from Manipur, The Sangai Express has been the only media to have covered this incident on the tense situation prevailing in Ukhrul town. According to its report which appeared yesterday,” Manipur police

Manipur: IED Blast by Suspected Militants Injured Seven in Imphal

Imphal: Once again an IED planted by suspected militants injured innocent people and inflicted damages to property. #BreakingNews Multiple sources confirming IED blasts near Manipur Uni, 6 reported injured. More details to follow. —

Northeast India reacts to #Budget2014

Staff Reactions on Twitter on Government’s focus on Northeast India. How would you rate the Union Budget? Is it “Achhe Din” for the region? [View the story "Northeast India reacts to #Budget2014" on Storify]