True Indology deactivates his Twitter account after getting legal threats for recounting troubled history of Mizo-Assam strife, this is what he said
Swaraj Kaushal, former Governor of Mizoram, warned Bharadwaj Speaks of legal consequences for posting Mizoram history on Twitter
Youtuber Paras Singh, jailed for racist remarks against Arunachal Pradesh, has a change of heart: Here is what he said
Youtuber Paras Singh has claimed to have a change of heart after making racist slurs against Arunachal Pradesh and MLA Ninong Ering.
Netizens storm Twitter for a separate chapter on North East India in NCERT textbooks: Here is what triggered the trend
Netizens used hashtags 'A Chapter for NE' and 'Northeast Matters' on Twitter demanding separate chapter non North East in NCERT textbooks
An earthquake of magnitude 6.4 hit Assam earlier this morning at Sonitpur, Assam.
58 years after Nagaland became a state, Jana Gana Mana played in the assembly for the first time this month
This is the first time since Nagaland became a state on 1st December 1963 that the National Anthem was played in the House
Naga insurgent group detains and brutally beats up one of its own cadre for carrying tricolour and initiating peace march in Kohima
YS Mashungmi, a young Tangkhul Naga from Ukhrul district of Manipur and also a cadre of NSCN-IM, was allegedly detained and tortured by the Naga insurgents after he carried out a 'peace march' in Dimapur in Nagaland on December 8.
Meghalaya: Khasi student body puts up racist posters saying “All Meghalaya Bengalis are Bangladeshis”
The banners put up by Khasi Students Union read, ''All Meghalaya Bengalis are Bangladeshis'' and "Khasiland for Khasis; Foreigners Go Away".
After a decade long historical, political and legal dispute and with a Supreme Court intervention brought to closure in the matter of construction of Ram Mandir and, finally, Lord Rama shall get its abode to live
Union govt announces 100%-170% hike in salaries for employees involved in road construction in difficult and high-risk border areas
Hike in salaries ranges from 100% to 170%, which is aimed at checking the attrition level of staff posted in difficult terrains along the border
Myanmar hands over 22 militants to India after being persuaded by NSA Ajit Doval, reflecting deepening ties between the two countries
The decision of the Myanmar Government to hand over insurgents is the result of enhanced defence and intelligence co-operation.