Inside Northeast (insidenortheast) instagram photos and videos

Inside Northeast
Inside Northeast

Northeast India's independent digital Media. Follow us to stay updated Download the INSIDENE app from Playstore

followers count:  3,494
followers rank: 0
likes count:  32,616
like rank:  0

Most popular images

Bigg Boss 13's Runner up Asim Riaz became a household name soon after his stint on the popular show and gained massive fan following as well as some impressive projects. He also recently trended on Twitter after pictures with the famous DJ Snake went viral.
Both DJ Snake and Asim shared each other’s pictures on their Instagram stories which created a fan frenzy on social media. With Asim hinting at a collaboration with DJ Snake, his fans cannot keep calm.

Hype medias

Account rate

Mathematical model that shows the popularity of an account relative to others.

Statistics

0
Average likes per post
0
Average comments per post

Photos and videos ratio

8% videos
92% photos
AGARTALA: TIPRA Chief Pradyot Manikya has condemned the brutal lynching incident in the Khowai district of Tripura that claimed three lives.

Reportedly, the incident took place on Sunday in Khowai district where three men were allegedly killed by an angry mob on the suspicion of cattle theft.

Condemning the incident, the Royal scion said that mob lynching is unacceptable irrespective of the crime and those taking law in hands should be punished.

AGARTALA: TIPRA Chief Pradyot Manikya has condemned the brutal lynching incident in the Khowai district of Tripura that claimed three lives. Reportedly, the incident took place on Sunday in Khowai district where three men were allegedly killed by an angry mob on the suspicion of cattle theft. Condemning the incident, the Royal scion said that mob lynching is unacceptable irrespective of the crime and those taking law in hands should be punished.

Coming soon.

Coming soon.

Team InsideNE wishes everyone a happy world music day

Team InsideNE wishes everyone a happy world music day #worldmusicday

 
NEW DELHI: India reported 53,256 new cases in the last 24 hours and the lowest number in 88 days bringing the total COVID tally to 2,99,35,221, according to the union health ministry.

For the sixteenth day in a row, India’s daily COVID count has stayed below 1 lakh.

There have been 2,88,44,199 total recoveries so far.

The total number of active COVID-19 cases in the country has now fallen to 7,02,887.

NEW DELHI: India reported 53,256 new cases in the last 24 hours and the lowest number in 88 days bringing the total COVID tally to 2,99,35,221, according to the union health ministry. For the sixteenth day in a row, India’s daily COVID count has stayed below 1 lakh. There have been 2,88,44,199 total recoveries so far. The total number of active COVID-19 cases in the country has now fallen to 7,02,887.

WATCH: Assam Minister Pijush Hazarika's son sends heartfelt wishes on Father's Day

WATCH: Assam Minister Pijush Hazarika's son sends heartfelt wishes on Father's Day #fathersday2021

 
AIZAWL: Mizoram state has reported its first case of the Delta Variant (B.1.617.2) of COVID-19 confirmed by the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday.

“ZMC has been sending covid 19 positive samples from Mizoram to the National Institute of Biomedical Genomics (NIBMG) for Whole Genome Sequencing to see if the Variant strain has entered Mizoram. It was discovered that four of the recently sent covid samples from Mizoram have the Variant strain, with all of the strains being B.1.617.2 (Delta Strain),” said Dr. Pachuau Lalmalsawma, IDSP Surveillance Officer, State Nodal Officer on COVID-19.

AIZAWL: Mizoram state has reported its first case of the Delta Variant (B.1.617.2) of COVID-19 confirmed by the National Center for Disease Control (NCDC) on Friday. “ZMC has been sending covid 19 positive samples from Mizoram to the National Institute of Biomedical Genomics (NIBMG) for Whole Genome Sequencing to see if the Variant strain has entered Mizoram. It was discovered that four of the recently sent covid samples from Mizoram have the Variant strain, with all of the strains being B.1.617.2 (Delta Strain),” said Dr. Pachuau Lalmalsawma, IDSP Surveillance Officer, State Nodal Officer on COVID-19.

GUWAHATI: Traces of Coronavirus found in Guwahati’s Bharalu river as per report.

In a recent study funded by UNICEF, done by the researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Gandhinagar under Professor Manish Kumar, has established the presence of coronavirus in water samples from the Sabarmati river and two lakes in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat.

Though the study did not reveal if the genes of the virus found in the water samples were dead or alive, PTI reported.

The claims of the presence of the coronavirus in the Bharalu river have surfaced around right after the revelation of this study and triggered panic among the public.

GUWAHATI: Traces of Coronavirus found in Guwahati’s Bharalu river as per report. In a recent study funded by UNICEF, done by the researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Gandhinagar under Professor Manish Kumar, has established the presence of coronavirus in water samples from the Sabarmati river and two lakes in Ahmedabad city of Gujarat. Though the study did not reveal if the genes of the virus found in the water samples were dead or alive, PTI reported. The claims of the presence of the coronavirus in the Bharalu river have surfaced around right after the revelation of this study and triggered panic among the public.

NEW DELHI: The Government of India has refuted all the media reports stating that funds of Indians in Swiss Banks have risen to over Rs 20,700 crore, the highest ever in the last 13 years, today in a statement.

“Media reports allude to the fact that the figures reported are official figures reported by banks to Swiss National Bank (SNB) and do not indicate the quantum of much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland,” said the Finance Ministry.

Ministry added, “Further, these statistics do not include the money that Indians, NRIs or others might have in Swiss banks in the names of third-country entities.”

NEW DELHI: The Government of India has refuted all the media reports stating that funds of Indians in Swiss Banks have risen to over Rs 20,700 crore, the highest ever in the last 13 years, today in a statement. “Media reports allude to the fact that the figures reported are official figures reported by banks to Swiss National Bank (SNB) and do not indicate the quantum of much-debated alleged black money held by Indians in Switzerland,” said the Finance Ministry. Ministry added, “Further, these statistics do not include the money that Indians, NRIs or others might have in Swiss banks in the names of third-country entities.”

AIZAWL: The Mizoram Government has extended state-wide lockdown for 10 more days till June 30 yesterday.

The state is in lockdown currently, which will stay in force till June 21, though in the view of livelihood affected by the lockdown the state Disaster Management and Rehabilitation Department has decided to lift certain restrictions in order to ease the hardship faced by the general public.

AIZAWL: The Mizoram Government has extended state-wide lockdown for 10 more days till June 30 yesterday. The state is in lockdown currently, which will stay in force till June 21, though in the view of livelihood affected by the lockdown the state Disaster Management and Rehabilitation Department has decided to lift certain restrictions in order to ease the hardship faced by the general public.

 
Arunachal Pradesh: 6-yr-old performs on streets to raise money for cancer patient.
Video courtesy : Yamdo Agung

Arunachal Pradesh: 6-yr-old performs on streets to raise money for cancer patient. Video courtesy : Yamdo Agung

BHUBANESWAR: The iconic Jagannath temple in Puri, Odisha will open for visitors on July 25.

Reportedly, the decision was taken during a meeting among the members of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA).

According to an announcement made earlier, the temple was supposed to remain closed for devotees till June 15. However, the restrictions have been extended till July 25, informed SJTA’s chief Administrator Krishan Kumar.

BHUBANESWAR: The iconic Jagannath temple in Puri, Odisha will open for visitors on July 25. Reportedly, the decision was taken during a meeting among the members of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA). According to an announcement made earlier, the temple was supposed to remain closed for devotees till June 15. However, the restrictions have been extended till July 25, informed SJTA’s chief Administrator Krishan Kumar.

Discussion on pandemic and its impact on Assam tourism industry and the way forward
| Live on Sunday at 7 pm

Discussion on pandemic and its impact on Assam tourism industry and the way forward | Live on Sunday at 7 pm

Discussion on pandemic and its impact on Assam tourism industry and the way forward
| Live on Sunday at 7 pm

Discussion on pandemic and its impact on Assam tourism industry and the way forward | Live on Sunday at 7 pm

 

Viral Video: Baby elephant expertly uses tube well to sate its thirst

Viral Video: Baby elephant expertly uses tube well to sate its thirst

GUWAHATI: The Assam Cabinet on Wednesday recommended to not conduct offline examination for Classes 10 and 12. However the final decision will be taken on June 18 after a discussion between the education department and all the stakeholders.

Final decision on holding the board exams in the state to be taken on June 18 only after the education department will discuss the issue with all stakeholders on Friday.

GUWAHATI: The Assam Cabinet on Wednesday recommended to not conduct offline examination for Classes 10 and 12. However the final decision will be taken on June 18 after a discussion between the education department and all the stakeholders. Final decision on holding the board exams in the state to be taken on June 18 only after the education department will discuss the issue with all stakeholders on Friday.

NEW DELHI: The first case of Green fungus has been found in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore, after reports of black, white and yellow fungus cases across the country.

A 34-year-old COVID-19 survivor in Indore was found to be sick with green fungus and was flown to Mumbai for treatment by air ambulance.

According to the sources, the patient was treated with Covid for around two months. He returned home and began to have nosebleeds and a fever after around 10-15 days. We discovered that he is infested with ‘Green Fungus’ when he came in for tests, Doctor said.

NEW DELHI: The first case of Green fungus has been found in Madhya Pradesh’s Indore, after reports of black, white and yellow fungus cases across the country. A 34-year-old COVID-19 survivor in Indore was found to be sick with green fungus and was flown to Mumbai for treatment by air ambulance. According to the sources, the patient was treated with Covid for around two months. He returned home and began to have nosebleeds and a fever after around 10-15 days. We discovered that he is infested with ‘Green Fungus’ when he came in for tests, Doctor said.

 

Subscribe to our notifications

Join the community of users with the latest news from all social networks!