• NU: still waiting for growing space
    Dimapur, May 1 (MExN): A nonexistent “grievances cell”, classrooms so crowded students attend classes ‘from outside; an institution with its headquarters miles away; an authority irresponsive to the pligh
  • Lalthara assumes Chief Secretary’s office
    Our CorrespondentKohima | April 30Lalthara, IAS, today assumed charge as Nagaland state’s new chief secretary. He succeeded Lalhuma, IAS (Retd.) who retired after 35 years of service. Handing over office to L
  • 6th Pay: CANSSEA still knocking
    Dimapur, April 30 (MExN): For the umpteenth time, the state services employees today sought to attract the attention of a still-unreceptive Nagaland government that the recommendations of the 6th central pay pa
  • NC Hills Violence: Civil Society demands enquiry
    Dimapur, April 30 (MExN): Civil organizations, including Naga apex bodies and the All Dimasa Students’ Union, today stood together in making a number of demands to stop the upheaval in North Cachar Hills and
  • Nagaland AIDS Policy To Fight Against Stigma
    Chizokho VeroKohima | April 30To reduce and control cross-border drug trafficking, the policy said, the government will develop collaborative strategies involving the police, excise, military and paramilitary,
  • Lalhuma praises valuable traits of the Nagas
    Kohima, April 30 (DIPR): A farewell dinner was hosted for outgoing Chief Secretary Lalhuma, IAS, on April 29 by the Chief Minister and his lady wife, along with legislators and their families at the residence o
  • Sungit faults Rio on crossroads comment
    Kohima, April 30 (MExN): Taking a dig at Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio over his statement that ‘Nagas are at crossroads’, the MLA and spokesman for the Indian National Congress, Nagaland, I Sungit Jam
  • NSF former Speaker accepts ‘impeachment’
    Dimapur, April 30 (MExN): The former Speaker of Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) Cusayi Lohe today accepted the decision of the Federation to impeach him from the post saying, “I with all humility accept the
  • Chief Secretary Lalhuma demits office
    Kohima, April 30 (DIPR): Chief Secretary, Nagaland, Lalhuma, IAS demitted office today, on superannuation after an illustrious career of 35 years in the premier service of the country- the Indian Administrative
  • Child scientist crafts birth of a green car?
    Newmai News NetworkKohima | December 30Child ‘scientist’ from Maharashtra, Sanjana has crafted an innovative pollution-free vehicle what she explained to be the ‘Fuel Cell Vehicle’ (FVC). The FVC is, ac
  • Naga reconciliation looks for hope as 2009 beckons
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | December 30Four peace summits abroad, the worst-ever fratricidal killings in recent years, football diplomacy to cool tensions off the field, public meetings to rally for peace—20
  • NSCN (IM)-GoI Ceasefire review meeting held
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | December 30newly appointed Chairman of the Ceasefire Monitoring Group Lt General (Retd.) Mandhata Singh along with Convener of the NSCN (IM) Ceasefire Monitoring Cell Brig Phunthing
  • NNC core vision remains, says Adinno
    Dimapur, December 30 (MExN): London based President of the Naga National Council (NNC), Adinno Phizo has said that the core vision of the NNC—Our Country is Ours (Urra Uvie)—remained, and that the NNC and F
  • Changing the world with puppets
    Y Merina Chishi Dimapur| December 29 Meet Uttar Pradesh’s most intelligent puppet couple, “Mughle-e-Azam” and “Anarkali.” They have traveled across 72 districts and thousands of villages in
  • Final offensive for Heal Dimapur warriors
    Dimapur, December 29 (MExN): In its quest to heal Dimapur of its wounds, youth prayer movement Heal Dimapur is in preparation for what was stated to be the “final offensive” in its spiritual mission, for th
  • UNDP is now UNDSP
    Dimapur, December 29 (MExN): The United Naga Democratic Party has rechristened itself ‘United Naga Democratic Socialist Party’. The party today said the rechristening was necessitated after a “thoughtful
  • NSCN (IM) Kyong Region cautions and condemns
    DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 29 (MExN): While condemning the “barbaric act of the so called ‘Unification’/Kehoi campers in strongest terms” over the attempt on the life of Chipenthung Ezung on December 27, the ‘
  • Land dispute settled, peace accord stone dedicated
    Our CorrespondentParashen | December 29The long felt need for peaceful and amicable settlement of land dispute between Sendenyu and Phenshünyu villages under Tseminyu sub-division of Kohima district has became
  • ‘Nagaland's potential lies in rich bio-diversity’
    Newmai News NetworkKohima | December 29Former President of India, Dr APJ Kalam has said that judicious exploration of the rich bio-diversity available in Nagaland can greatly boost the state's economy.Respondin
  • ‘NSCN (IM) to remain on Reconciliation road’
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | December 28 In a boost to the efforts of peace mediators such as the Forum for Naga Reconciliation, the general secretary of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim Th. Muiva