• Police debate on trafficking of women, children
    Our CorrespondentKohima | October 1A debate by Kohima Police today on “Trafficking of Women and Children’ reflected on the urgent need to have more juvenile and correctional homes in the state while also un
  • UID in Nagaland soon
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) and the Government of Nagaland for the implementation of the UID pr
  • MLA urges Nagas to speak out boldly
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): A legislator, Nuklutoshi, today expressed dismay that Nagas – and Naga intellectuals – continue to remain ‘silent’ even as the upcoming, younger generation is faced with a
  • ‘Nagas Today: An Indigenous Discourse’
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN):  A new book accentuating the rise of a new, critical Naga generation and the trends of change was released in a ceremony in New Delhi today by Minister for Urban Development D
  • Imkong rejects SI Jamir’s win-claim
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) president I Imkong today hit out at colleague and NPCC president-contender SI Jamir for the latter claiming majority over the former in t
  • Akuluto demands NU to return PO & bank
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): Akuluto town has asked Nagaland University to ‘return’ the town’s post office and the state bank branch reportedly shifted to the university’s Lumami campus. Three leaders
  • Road diplomacy to thaw Assam-Nagaland relations
    Kohima, September 30 (MExN): A border meeting was held at Geleky Naga Bazar on September 24 where agenda over opening a Geleky-Yonglok road for all the public and formation of border peace committee was discuss
  • Joint Forum Kiphire issues ultimatum
    Dimapur, September 30 (MExN): The office of the G.Bs & DBs Joint Forum Working Committee, Kiphire issued an ultimatum apprising the President FGN/NNC to take immediate necessary steps to comply with its dem
  • Consumers want Bakeries shut after muck
    Dimapur, September 29 (MExN): After Bakeries in Dimapur were raided on Monday September 27, consumers in Dimapur finally woke to the harsh reality of what most of them have been consuming all along and incident
  • Baptist World Alliance endorses Naga peace accord
    Dimapur, September 29 (MExN): The Baptist World Alliance (BWA) has congratulated the Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) on the signing of a peace accord between three nationalist groups on September 18. The gr
  • Consultations on land, women quota
    Dimapur, September 29 (MExN): The Government of Nagaland will hold a consultative meet of the Civil Societies, the Tribal Hohos, Women group, Stakeholders, Policy makers and Public leaders at 9:30 AM on 8th Oct
  • NE women for AFSPA repeal
    Dimapur, September 29 (MExN): Women leaders from the north-east of India today said the dehumanizing effect of Government of India’s black law the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, is being seen yet again in
  • No mobile phone threat
    DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 29 (MExN): Telecom major, BSNL today asserted that the reported ‘bombile’ incidents in Dimapur are unfounded hearsay. There is “nothing to worry about… we should not fall prey to unne
  • AYO serious with issue of climate change
    Kohima, September 29 (MExN): In conformity to the “Year of social networking 2010,” the Angami Youth Organization (AYO) has concluded its second phase of touring to four Angami regions with the message on c
  • ANSTA serves ultimatum to Edu Dept on teachers regularization
    Dimapur, September 29 (MExN): The All Nagaland School Teachers' Association (ANSTA) has submitted several representations including one ultimatum to the department of education. Urging the department to conduct
  • MoU for strengthening Police Hospital signed
    Kohima, September  29 (NEPS): The State Police Department has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (Term of Reference) with the Department of Health and Family Welfare (DHMF) here at Police HQs on We
  • People’s College: Forgotten Legacy?
    Morung Express NewsMokokchung | September 28It is the only private college in the town and it is a legacy unto itself. But, People’s College in Mokokchung – which celebrated its Silver Jubilee, only last ye
  • SI Jamir claims majority support
    Dimapur, September 28 (MExN):  Senior Congress leader SI Jamir today claimed majority support for his candidature to  the post of president of the Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC). Incumbent
  • Sulabh waste tech mulled for Nagaland
    Chizokho VeroKohima | September 28The technology of ‘Sulabh’ (pour–flush toilet system) and the sanitation movement under the Sulabh International Social Service Organization (SISSO) of New Delhi is widel
  • ‘Bombile’ scare rocks Nagaland
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | September 28  The “bombile” scare seems to have reached Nagaland as mobile subscribers are having second thoughts about receiving  any calls from unknown new numbers.