Sayani Gupta on playing a Northeastern character in Netflix film Axone: Authenticity is most important
Sayani Gupta discusses Axone, arguably the first mainstream Hindi film that addresses the bias against Northeasternes, and how she has witnessed the same in her life.
Bubonic plagues, Spanish Flu and now coronavirus outbreak, humans have always found it easy to blame others for pandemics
Mankind has always found it easy to blame someone or something for an epidemic like coronavirus, sometimes the scapegoat is an animal, a king, a community, a country, a race, or followers of a religion
Centre, NSCN-IM peace pact on the brink of collapse; separatist demands, unconstitutional expectations make negotiations with North East insurgent groups hard
It is clear that the Centre and the armed group are not on the same page while interpreting the Framework Agreement signed between the parties on 3 August 2015 which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had termed as historic.
The Naga struggle for independence from India began, according to Naga separatists, from before 15 August, 1947 when India became independent.
Mythology for the Millennial: From real serpents to divinities, Hindu lore's awkward relationship with snakes
Hindu mythology is full of examples of people being terrible to snakes, for all that they are worshipped in several parts of the country.
Landslide kills 18 in Phillipines' Naga in Cebu province; mayor says at least 64 people still missing
Phillipines' Cebu province was not directly hit by Mangkhut but the massive typhoon intensified monsoon rains across a large part of the archipelago, including the central region where Naga city lies about 570 kilometres southeast of Manila
Traditions in Nagaland keep women out of politics even as 2018 polls see five female contestants, highest in state's history
The Nagaland Assembly Elections 2018 will see five women candidates contesting the polls, the highest ever to fight an Assembly election in the state
Narendra Modi talks of Nagaland's development, says Centre working towards 'honourable settlement' of Naga issue
Assuring that the Centre is working towards finding an honourable settlement to the vexed Naga issue, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday appealed to the state electorate to vote the BJP and ally NDPP to power for political stability in the hill state and its development.
Nagaland polls: NSCN(U) leader Alezo Venuh says aspirations of people can't be done away with 'at any cost'
Last year, the Government of India kicked off peace talks with six Naga insurgent outfits which are now collectively known as Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs). Alezo Venuh, one of the leaders of NSCN(U), a constituent body of the NNPG and also envoy of the collective leadership of NNPG talks to Firstpost about the upcoming Nagaland Assembly election and the peace process.
Nagaland Election 2018: NPF will retain power, says MLA Kuzholuzo Nienu, predicts BJP to get not more than 3-6 seats
Nagaland home minister Kuzholuzo Nienu exuded confidence that his Naga People's Front (NPF) will retain power in Nagaland by securing more than 30 seats in the 27 February elections while BJP will only get three to six seats
Nagaland-based group Against Corruption and Unabated Taxation (ACAUT) on Sunday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to defer the state's assembly election and impose President's Rule in order to facilitate solution to the vexed Naga insurgency.
Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh arrived at the ITBP camp in Matli on the Indo-China border this evening to spend the new year with jawans who brave sub-zero temperatures during the winter as they secure the country's frontiers.
Indian Army inflicts heavy casualties on Naga militants along India-Myanmar border in retaliatory firing
Hideouts of Naga militants along the India-Myanmar border were attacked by the army early on Wednesday.
The Arunachal Pradesh BJP unit has severed relations with its North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) partner, the Peoples’ Party of Arunachal (PPA)
A Naga students outfit in Arunachal Pradesh has urged Pema Khandu to come up with a policy for the youths who joined the outlawed forces
SS Khaplang, chairman of Naga rebel group NSCN-K, had engineered many attacks on the security forces including the killing of 18 Indian Army soldiers in Manipur. He died on Friday night at Takka in the Kachin state of Myanmar
Soldiers on Monday shot dead a self-styled "Major" of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Khaplang) in Manipur, police said.