Nagaland News File

Night carnival at Medziphema The Medziphema Town Youth Organisation (MTYO) is organizing the Festive Night Carnival from December 7-15, 2017 at Weekly Friday Market, Medziphema Town once again with a view to celebrate the onset of festive season and promote unity. In this regard, MTYO in a press note has invited all interested to open […]

Naga man found dead in Chennai laid to rest

DIMAPuR, SEPTEMBER 18 (MExN): The Naga Christian Fellowship (NCF) Chennai today informed that the dead body of a Naga man in Chennai has been identified by the Naga Students Union Chennai and NCF Chennai after receiving the information from the Sriperumbudur police and the hospital authority. A press note from the NCF Chennai informed that […]

Lotha Hoho urged to reconsider PIL on oil issue

Mokokchung, September 18 (MExN): Parliamentary Secretary for Geology & Mining, Dr Imtiwapang Aier today made a fervent appeal to the Lotha Hoho to reconsider their ‘2nd PIL’ about the Nagaland Gas & Petroleum Act (NGPA) as it infringes on Article 371 (A) of the Indian Constitution.   The Parliamentary Secretary, Dr Imtiwapang, while speaking with […]

Nagaland govt spent 900 Crore for Edu Dept salary

Our Correspondent Pfutsero | September 18 Parliamentary Secretary for Planning & Coordination, Evaluation & Monitoring Cell and Taxes, Neiba Kronu has informed that the state government spent more than Rs 900 crore last year, for payment of salaries to employees of the Education Department. He said this while inaugurating the new building of Government Middle […]

3 held for murder of 70 year old

Dimapur, September 18 (MExN): Three persons were arrested in connection with the September 11 murder of a 70 year-old man near Longphayimsen village, Mokokchung. The arrest occurred on September 15. According to the Mokokchung police, the three – identified as Imnawati Aier, Takusunep Longkumer and Lichemba Longkumer, all in their 20’s – were arrested from […]

Morung- Heart of Listening and back to one’s roots- Phase 4

Morung- Heart of Listening and back to one’s roots- Phase 4

Morung Express News Kohima | December 17   Stressing on the role of Student bodies in facilitating quality education, the fourth phase of the ‘Morung- Heart of Listening and back to one’s roots’ initiated by Pathfinders in collaboration with Angami Students’ Union (ASU) was held on December 17 at ASU office, Kohima.   The workshop […]

The Less the Economy is Left to Politics, the Better

The Less the Economy is Left to Politics, the Better

Some Naga politicians try to make government run businesses rather than empower the private sector to do it. If this were the right way to grow economy, then the most government-intensive countries in the world—like North Korea, Cuba, and Myanmar—would be economic powerhouses. If the USSR taught us anything, it is that monopoly stifles any […]

Six ‘solar cities’ to be developed in northeast

Six ‘solar cities’ to be developed in northeast

Agartala, July 25 (IANS) Guwahati and five other cities in the northeast will be developed as solar cities to reduce dependency on conventional energy, a top official has said. [google_ad_728_90_text] The six cities – Guwahati and Jorhat in Assam, Kohima and Dimapur in Nagaland, Itanagar in Arunachal Pradesh and Agartala in Tripura – will be […]

Botox gone, ‘pulse’ technology new hope for skin solutions

New York, July 1 (IANS) In a major relief from the risky botox process for skin revitalisation, a non-invasive technique that harnesses pulsed electric fields to generate growth of new skin tissue has been devised, says researchers. [google_ad_728_90_text] The novel non-invasive tissue stimulation technique, developed by a team of Tel Aviv University and Harvard Medical […]

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