• ENSF demands 25% reservation
    Tuensang, May 12 (MExN): The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation, Tuensang, has again raised the issue of 25% reservation in every department for the Eastern Naga tribes, and in relation to the recent recruitme
  • ‘No untrained teachers to be recruited in future’
    Kohima, May 12 (DIPR): A team of officials from the Ministry of Human Resource Development, government of India – the SSA team – held a meeting with officers of the SMA, DMA, SCERT, DIET, KGBVs, IGNOU, NCER
  • Mortal remains of late. K. Mayanger back after 30 years
    Mokokchung, May 12 (MExN): Late K. Mayanger of Longkhum village, a young Naga ‘national worker’ like many before him lost his life while fighting for an ‘Independent Nagaland’ in 1979. He was killed som
  • Public health needs quality service of Nurses: Speaker
    Our CorrespondentKohima | May 12Terming ‘nursing’ as a noble profession that serves humanity by extending medical services to the society, Nagaland Speaker, Kiyanilie Peseyie today on International Nurses D
  • Again: Criminals loot 18 lakhs
    Dimapur, May 11 (MExN): Two persons who came to deposit Rs 18 lakhs at Axis Bank, in Dimapur were robbed off their money inside the bank itself by a criminal at around 11:30 am here today. Axis Bank is near the
  • May 2 shooting: Sumi leaders meet “NSCN/GPRN”
    Dimapur, May 11 (MExN): Sumi frontal organizations and the “NSCN/GPRN” today held a crucial meeting at Kehoi and have reached a ‘compromise’ over the May 2 “mistaken identity” shooting where two Sum
  • Violence Grips Nagas in NC Hills
    Newmai News NetworkGuwahati | May 11  14 houses belonging to Zeme Nagas were today burnt down by Dimasa militants. Monday’s incident came following the razing of around 100 houses in three Dimasa village
  • ‘Youth are searching for meaning’
    Dimapur, May 11 (MExN): Bringing a series of answers to solve the “hidden pains and turmoil between youth and parents”, Imtijungla Longchar in her latest book ‘Parents & Youth’ makes an effort to de
  • Upgradation of Skill (ToT) on civil defence & disaster management
    Kohima, May 11 (MExN): The department of Civil Defence and Home Guards along with the active support of the Kohima Municipal Council is conducting the Upgradation of Skill (ToT) on civil defence and disaster ma
  • ‘Good Samaritan’ Thieves on the prowl
    Imkong WallingDimapur | May 10A doctor was looted of around Rs one lac thirty thousands in cash in broad daylight on Saturday at around 12:30 pm near NRL petrol pump, City Tower junction. As per the FIR filed b
  • Nagaland imports 19000 tn of meat yearly
    Newmai News NetworkKohima | May 1099% of Nagaland’s population consume meat, milk and egg and imports around 19,000 tonne of meat, 5000 tonne of powder milk and 275 lakh of eggs annually. This was revealed du
  • Shot SKK Speaker out of danger
    Sumi civil society to meet todayDimapur, May 10 (MExN): The Speaker of the apex Sumi Kiphimi Kukhakulu (All Sumi Students’ Union), who was shot on May 2 outside Breeze Restaurant in Dimapur, is said to be out
  • Nagaland concerned over NC Hills Violence
    Al NgullieDimapur, May 10 Morung Express NewsWith the communal upheaval in Assam’s North Cachar Hills spiraling, the Nagaland State Cabinet is expected to meet sooner as the state’s chief minister deem
  • Dwindling status of amphibians in Nagaland
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | May 10It might appear harmless at first glimpse, but the status of amphibians in Nagaland is in fact a matter of grave concern from several viewpoints. Once gone, a considerable par
  • ATMA Dimapur empowering educated unemployed youths
    Dimapur, May 10 (MExN): One day farmer’s training cum demonstration on preservation of fruits and vegetables and mushroom cultivation was organized by ATMA Dimapur on May 2 at the State Horticulture Nursery C
  • Longsa village to be destination for rural tourism
    Kohima, May 10 (MExN): In view of the upcoming Rural Tourism project at Longsa village in Mokokchung district, the Department of Tourism and the Nagaland Tourism Association conducted a seminar at Longsa villag
  • Vision 2020 for Nagaland’s bamboo industry
    Bamboo potential to generate annual economy of Rs.1000 crore in NagalandOur CorrespondentKohima | May 10The annual yield from the existing growing stock of bamboo is assessed at 8,35,000 tons in Nagaland. This
  • Inter-border district meet discusses patient referrals
    Dimapur, May 10 (MExN): The first ever inter-border district meeting for the Revised National TB Control Programme between Nagaland and Manipur was held on April 25 under the chairmanship of Dr. John Sweyievisa
  • NPCC demands CBI probe in Horti deptt
    Dimapur, May 9 (MExN): The Nagaland Congress today demanded CBI probe into alleged misappropriation of Rs. 21.43 crores in the department of Horticulture during year 2006-2007 to 2007-2008. The report of the Co
  • NSCN (IM) brushes off MNRF
    Dimapur, May 9 (MExN): The NSCN (IM) today brushed off the reported new outfit in Manipur called “Manipur Naga revolutionary front,” by stating that the “NSCN does not spend time on such shadowy issue.”