• English: Merit for job-seeking Naga youths
    Chizokho VeroKohima | July 7The Naga youths’ ability to speak fluent English is assumed as an advantage for them to serve outside the state and elsewhere. This is evident as a large number of Naga youths are
  • ‘NREGA probe team enjoyed the hospitality of DRDA’
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): The Congress party today alleged that the special investigation team instated to probe the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (NREGA) “enjoyed the hospitality of
  • Govt apathy—Citizens write grievances
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): The Chang Students’ Union of N.A.P Sector, Tuensang has in an open letter to the Chief Engineer Power pointed out that it was forced to verify physically the sustaining problems at Pow
  • NSF on SC ruling
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) conveys congratulations to the Nagaland government “for seriously pursuing the case of the Nagaland Retirement from Public Services Act, 2009 whic
  • EEUN passes message to Govt: ‘Revoke all backdoor appointments’
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): The Educated Unemployed Union Nagaland (EEUN) has been fighting against backdoor appointment and tampering of age in service for years in the interest of the younger generation. The EEUN
  • Learning fundamental of financial discipline
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): Training on Livelihood and Financial management was held at the office premise of Community Development Foundation, Duncan Basti, Dimapur on July 3 and 6. The training was organized with
  • Muivah reaches Chuchuyimlang on ‘Good Will’ mission
    Dimapur, July 7 (MExN): As a continuation of ‘Good Will’ mission in Mokokchung area General Secretary of NSCN/GPRN Th.Muivah went to Chuchuyimlang and held meeting with the people of Langpangkong and the re
  • Photographer Anay Mann in Nagaland
    Workshop to train local talentsMorung Express NewsDimapur | July 6 Well-known photographer Anay Mann is in Nagaland to share his skills and trade secrets at a summer photography workshop to be held in Kohi
  • Tuli Paper Mill Ready in 27 months
    Our CorrespondentKohima | July 6Parliamentary Secretary for Industries & Commerce Dr. KC Nihoshe said that the Government of India has sanctioned funds for reviving Tuli Paper Mill. For  this,  
  • Prohibition call steps up
    Dimapur, July 6 (MExN): The Council of Naga Baptist Churches today said the churches shall “fully cooperate with all positive changes and necessary amendments in the Act to curb liquor in our God-given land.
  • Retirement Battle Ends: SC dismisses plea
    Al NgullieMorung Express NewsDimapur | July 6The fight between the state Government of Nagaland and senior government employees pushed under the purview of the Nagaland Retirement (from Public Employment) Act,
  • WAC Dimapur oppose change of nomenclature
    Dimapur, July 6 (MExN): The Walford Area Council, (WAC) Dimapur in connection to the change of nomenclature from Walford Colony to Northern Angami has submitted an objection statement to the Deputy Commissioner
  • PWD (Housing) builds in direction of development
    Our CorrespondentKohima | July 6 In order to create the necessary infrastructure for efficient administration and development of the state, the PWD (Housing) department has undertaken various works involvi
  • Water Testing Lab inaugurated
    Our CorrespondentKohima | July 6Minister for PHED, Dr. Ngangshi K. Ao today inaugurated the Sub Divisional Laboratory. Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Ngangshi was hopeful that with the establishment of the Water
  • CANSSEA explains RoP bottlenecks
    Dimapur, July 6 (MExN): The Confederation of All Nagaland State Service Employees’ Association today said the effective date of 1.1.2006 for the revised Pay Scale could not be arrived at, owing to a pending c
  • ‘We have to understand each other’
    Dimapur, July 5 (MExN): General Secretary of the National Socialist Council of Nagalim Th Muivah has reached out to the Nagas of the Eastern Naga People Organization (ENPO) pointing out that “we have to under
  • Protection Officers designated
    Our CorrespondentKohima | July 5Under the Protection of Women from Violence Act  2008, a total of 32  Protection  Officers have been designated  for  all  the districts of  Na
  • Incessant rainfall signals Climate Change
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | July 5   If last year’s drought was a sign of Global Warming, this year’s incessant rainfall is a more serious indication, say Climate Change experts. Nagaland experie
  • Nagaland struggles to save state bird
    Kohima, July 5 (The Telegraph): The orange-breasted speckled bird that intrigued ornithologists and inspired Nagaland enough to make it the state bird is dwindling in number, with a mere 2,500 being sighted in
  • SNUNS: Banning of any Naga Civil Organisation should not be practiced
    Dimapur, July 5 (MExN): The South Nagas’ Union of Nagaland State’s (SNUNS) President Lokho Chaomai and General Secretary LK Peter Anal has appealed to all Naga political groups/organisations that banning of