Delhi police initiates steps to improve security and safety of people from the Northeast

New Delhi, May 23 (ANI): Valerie is from Nagaland. She recently completed her higher education from New Delhi, and is now pursuing a career in Mass Communication. She has been living in the capital since 2007 and believes the attitude of local people towards those hailing from the northeast is changing. In the recent past, a few incidents of discrimination and molestation of people from the Northeast were reported from the city. Following the death of a student from Arunachal Pradesh, Nido Taniam, many students, social activists and NGOs held protests against racial discrimination. The centre also formed a "six member committee" to look into the concerns of people from the Northeast, across the country. May 23, 2014

China, Russia veto UN attempt to refer Syria to ICC

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Thai military seizes power, leaving uncertain road ahead

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Black day for Ukraine military ahead of key vote

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Syria displaced revive the country's coastal economy

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UKIP's Nigel Farage votes in European elections

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Nigerians in mourning after country's deadliest attack

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European elections kick off in Britain, Netherlands

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Iran confident on reaching nuclear deal by deadline

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Tech advances boost hurricane tracking and relief

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Ukraine turmoil threatens farmers and global markets

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