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Past articles by Sukrita:

Pending since 2010, Nagaland municipal polls on May 16

The Nagaland government’s Municipal Affairs Department on Thursday released the list of wards reserved for women candidates. → Read More

Nagaland’s second woman MLA Salhoutuonuo Kruse is an activist associated with women’s organisations

Earlier in the day, Hekani Jakhalu from the Dimapur III constituency became the first woman ever to be elected in the state; both are NDPP candidates → Read More

Along came Temjen Imna: BJP Nagaland chief joking his way to limelight, high command’s good books

The 42-year-old one-time MLA and minister is well-known for his almost-daily posts, self-deprecatory quips, fluent Hindi, and steering BJP rise in state → Read More

Nagaland BJP problem of plenty as pact seen as leaving few tickets to go around, sees protests

Many leaders from different parties have joined the BJP since 2018, including sitting MLAs; want the formula with ally NDPP changed from 20:40 to 30:30 → Read More

Heat builds for a solution to Naga problem, calls to boycott coming polls

A day after Amit Shah visit, the Nagaland apex tribal body questioned govt intentions; all eyes on PM Modi's trip expected this week. → Read More

Sagol Kangjei: The ancient polo of Manipur, played on the celebrated Manipur Pony

Amit Shah inaugurated a giant equestrian statue of a player, but experts and conservationists believe concerted efforts to save the habitat of the Manipur Pony are required much more. → Read More

Rhino carcass found in Jan 2022, but it was killed in 2021: Officials defend Assam’s poaching-free year

On January 2 this year, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced that “not a single rhino” was poached in the state in 2022 following which Prime Minister Narendra Modi also congratulated him. → Read More

‘We are devotees of peace and also of strength’: Rajnath opens 100-metre bridge in Arunachal near Tibet border

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh was on his first visit to Arunachal Pradesh after the clash between Indian and Chinese troops in Tawang in December. → Read More

Set up nearly a century ago, how Raisina Bengali School catered to a new population in a new capital

The school was established on January 2, 1925 and is a government-aided school. → Read More

JNU teacher whose office was vandalised speaks: ‘I am connected with RSS… Left thinks whatever they say is correct’

On Thursday morning, the doors of the chamber offices of four teachers in JNU’s School of International Studies were found spray painted with the words “Go back to shakha”, → Read More

With mega event in Delhi, Assam govt pushes for national recognition to 17th century general

Three days of these celebrations were kicked off in the national capital Wednesday with Union Minister of Finance Nirmala Sitharaman inaugurating an exhibition on Barphukan and the Ahom Dynasty with artefacts from late medieval Assam in Vigyan Bhawan. → Read More

‘We put our life savings into these flats’: Residents of Chintels Gurgaon in shock at news of demolition

The Gurugram administration has ordered the demolition of Tower D of Chintels Paradiso citing safety of residents as large part of the building's sixth floor has collapsed over nine months ago. → Read More

Top 50 college-course combinations students have applied for in Delhi University so far

This preference listing process for the university will continue till October 10 → Read More

Day After Express Report: Infra crumbling, repair work to begin soon at three JNU hostels

On Monday, The Indian Express reported that Delhi’s recent rainy spell has exposed the crumbling infrastructure in JNU’s hostels with rain dripping through ceilings and chunks of plaster and cement falling off. → Read More

In JNU hostels, you need an umbrella even indoors

At Sabarmati Hostel, one of the oldest ones on campus, so much rainwater has been dripping through the ceiling at the entrance to the women’s wing that residents have had to use umbrellas while walking through it, one resident said. → Read More

‘Operation Lotus has failed’: AAP MLAs meet at Arvind Kejriwal’s house, party says 12 MLAs contacted by BJP

There is no danger to the Delhi government and all AAP MLAs have reiterated their commitment to the party and the people, says AAP national spokesperson Saurabh Bhardwaj. → Read More

HC asks Delhi govt to decide on guidelines to ban sex-selective surgeries on intersex infants

The petition also appealed for a writ or order declaring a ban on “medically unnecessary” sex-selective surgeries on intersex infants and children; and a writ or order to direct the Delhi government to frame a detailed policy or guidelines specifying the conditions when medical surgery on intersex infants can be performed. → Read More

NAS survey 2021: Delhi among 5 lowest performing states for Class 3; improves at Class 8 level

At Class 8 level, it bucked the national trend and recorded better performances than in the pre-pandemic survey. → Read More

Stone pelting in Jahangirpuri again two days after clash, one detained

Stones and bricks were thrown from a roof, close to the site of Saturday’s clash and the Police and Rapid Action Force officials blocked off the area after the incident. → Read More

LSR students’ body invites BJP spokesperson to speak at Ambedkar Jayanti, then backtracks

Along with being a spokesperson for the BJP, Guru Paswan is also Assistant Professor of Law at Patna University and advisor at the Dalit India Chambers of Commerce and Industry. → Read More