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People’s expectations are high, much more to be done: PM

NEW DELHI, May 26: On the first anniversary of his government, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said people's expectations are "high" and there is "much more to be done" as he enlisted the work done over the last one year, ranging from "rejuvenating" the economy to initiatives for the poor.

He said his government systematically went about addressing the challenges and its

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Peace pre-requisite for development: Rijiju

Mokokchung, May 26: Minister of State for Home Affairs, Kiren Rijiju today reiterated that peace is pre-requisite for all-round development of the whole Northeast region.

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American media critical of Narendra Modi's first year in power

NEW YORK, May 26: As Prime Minister Narendra Modi- led government marks its first year in office on Tuesday, American media has taken a critical view of his accomplishments, saying his flagship 'Make in India' drive is "so far mostly hype", job growth remains sluggish amid "outsize expectations".  

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Govt. banks to stay closed on 2nd & 4th Saturday from July

Mumbai, May 26: Following a pact between public sector bank employees and officers with the management, all branches in the country will remained closed on all 2nd and 4th Saturdays from July.  

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12 years 'rule of ruin' under DAN: Cong

Says misrule continues under Zeliang

Dimapur, May 26: The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) today took a jibe at the NPF led DAN Government for talking about progress and development now when it had badly mismanaged every sphere of governance in the last 12 years of rule. 

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Won't compromise with communal forces for power: NPCC

Dimapur, May 26: The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has made its stand clear that the Congress party will not compromise with communal forces for the sake of power and money and shall continue to uphold the principles of secularism, socialism and democracy. 

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Land dispute: NTC urge tribes of Nagaland to stand firm

Dimapur, May 26: Expressing concern over the land disputes between the villages under Southern Angami Public Organisation and Mao Tribe Council, the Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) has called upon tribes of Nagaland to stand firm on our traditional and historical possessions over the land, maintaining our rights over our inheritance.

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No 'chief guest' please, says Tokheho

Dimapur, May 26: At a time when attending a programme as 'chief guest' has become a craze and reportedly prestige issue among most elected leaders in Nagaland, a State minister today made his intention clear not to go anywhere as "chief guest".

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Illegal weapons entering NE through several routes, says Assam DGP

Guwahati, May 26: Illegal arms and ammunition from Myanmar were entering Assam and other states of the Northeastern region through several corridors including Bangladesh, with Mizoram and Nagaland becoming the main distribution centres, Assam Police director-general Khagen Sarma said here on Tuesday.

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BB King death probed as homicide after poison claim, says Coroner

Police in Las Vegas have launched a homicide investigation into the death of BB King, a Nevada coroner's office said on Monday, after the blues guitar legend's daughters reportedly accused his aides of poisoning him.  

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Art Garfunkel Lashes Out at Paul Simon in New Interview

Daniel Kreps

Art Garfunkel lashed out at his former Simon & Garfunkel partner Paul Simon in a scathing new interview where the singer accuses Simon of suffering from a Napoleonic complex and suppressing Garfunkel's creativity. Speaking to The Telegraph, Garfunkel also cites Simon as the reason why the duo aren't embarking on a reunion tour and even takes a mild jab at Paul McCartney.  

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Johnny Depp could face 10 years jail for illegally bringing pet dogs

Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp could be facing jail time over his decision to illegally bring his two dogs into Australia.  

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