Peren DPDB discusses development agendas

Peren, September 6 (DIPR): The monthly meeting of the Peren District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) for the month of September was held on the 6th at DPDB Hall. The meeting was chaired by Deputy Commissioner and Vice Chairman of Peren DPDB.   Agendas including opening up of Sub-Centre at Jalukie, recommendation for issue of […]

Campaign of Online Electricity Bill Payment launched

Kohima, September 6 (DIPR): Awareness-cum-demonstration campaign of Online Electricity Bill Payment (OEBP) was held at Directorate of Information and Public Relations, Kohima on September 6.   SDO, Technical Consultant, Vikhozolie Nisa briefed the department officials of the online payment procedures, and informed that consumers can log on to to pay or view their bills. […]

Dimapur, September 6 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Union Kolkata (NSUK) celebrated its 52nd Fresher’s Social under the theme ‘Celebrating Diversity, Embracing Unity’ on September 3 at Bishop’s College, Kolkata.   Capt. Renathung Ezung, Pilot, Air India graced the auspicious occasion as the chief guest. He stated that young students are the ones who should rise […]

Departments directed to submit achievement report

Kohima, September 6 (DIPR): In an Office Memorandum, the Chief Secretary to the Government of Nagaland has directed all the departments who have not submitted the achievement report to prepare a brief Report (with photographs) on the achievement made by the respective Departments since 2013 till date and to submit it to the Commissioner & […]

NPF Mon division inducts new officials

Mon, September 6 (MExN): The Naga People’s Front (NPF), Mon division conducted ‘Installation Ceremony’ of newly appointed office bearers of Division, Women Wing, Youth Wing and Farmers Wing at Mon HQ on September 5.   The new team of office bearers for divisional unit is led by H. Pujok Konyak as president, Hongnaw HA Konyak […]

NPCC to begin districts tour on September 8

Dimapur, September 6 (MExN): Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) is undertaking districts tour across the State from September 8 to 28. Led by President K Therie and a host of senior party leaders and office bearers, the tour will commence with dedicatory prayer meeting at Congress Bhavan, Kohima on September 8 and will culminate on […]

Eating meat increases diabetes risk: Study

Singapore, September 6 (IANS): Eating too much red meat and poultry may increase risk of developing diabetes, a large Asian study suggests.   The study, published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, partially attributes the risk to the higher content of heme iron in these meats.   The results suggest that eating fish/shellfish is not […]

St. Xavier College, Jalukie hosted its first Theatrical Day

St. Xavier College, Jalukie hosted its first Theatrical Day

St. Xavier College, Jalukie hosted its first Theatrical Day organized by the Department of English on September 1 with the theme “Love and Honesty Surpasses Rest…”. The day was marked by the enactment of “Othello” one of the greatest tragedies written by William Shakespeare and ‘Volpone’ the finest comedy and masterpiece of Ben Jonson.  

Master classes & concerts with Rainer Pusch

Master classes & concerts with Rainer Pusch

Rainer Pusch of Germany, an artiste in Residence of Nagaland Conservatory of Music (NCM) for the year 2017 will conduct jazz and contemporary master classes and concerts from September till December 2017, at NCM and on invitations.   As an internationally renowned saxophonist, arranger and composer, Rainer Pusch has always been interested in trying out […]

Pushing journalism underground

Aheli Moitra   Throughout journalism school, students are taught to be neutral observers of unfolding events. There is another critical aspect that is taught to journalism students that is often forgotten: to be a voice for the voiceless and become a platform for injustice to be addressed. In the scheme of the democratic nation state, […]

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