• Loyal to his assignment: B R Chetri
    Kuzhovesa SohoPhek | May 23“I consider myself a citizen of Phek,” says B R Chetri, Vice Principal and Founding Principal of Phek Government College. The longest serving lecturer in the college since its inc
  • Land owners refuse directives issued by SAVC
    Dimapur, May 23 (MExN): The permanent residents (Land Owners) of Signal Angami Village under Block I, II, III and IV have strongly objected to the directives issued by the Signal Angami Village Council (SAVC).
  • HIV/AIDS is most fundamentally a human issue
    Our correspondent Sechü (Zubza) | May 23A sensitization programme on HIV/AIDS and planning workshop for health awareness for villages of western Angami region was held here today at Sechü Zubza council h
  • Rio’s unconditional support to UPA is “Absurd”: NPCC
    Dimapur, May 23 (MExN): The NPCC today reaffirmed the earlier statement of its vice president Zachilo on the recent election in Nagaland and the “double standard” role of chief minister Neiphiu Rio in “of
  • 10 injured in villages’ clash
    Dimapur, May 22 (MExN): Ten people have been reported injured in a clash between villagers of Maolva and Tsuma village in Medziphema tonight. Following the clash which erupted at around 6:30 PM, the administrat
  • ‘NO joining, just support’ to UPA
    Dimapur, May 22 (MExN): Finally vaporizing the dizzying speculation that the NPF-led Democratic Alliance of Nagaland was about to join the United Progressive Front at the center, DAN won’t be. “We are not j
  • Junta to mull “Status” for Myanmar Nagas
    Al Ngullie Morung Express NewsThe Ambassador of Myanmar to India has assured Nagaland government leaders to mull with the Junta, the matter of ‘recognizing’ Myanmar Nagas with a “status.” Toward th
  • Towards effective execution of tobacco control laws’
    Kohima, May 22 (DIPR): National Tobacco Control Programme (NTCP) Nagaland, in collaboration with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoH&FW) is organising a
  • People of NE India residing in UK bonds together
    Dimapur, May 22 (MExN): In an effort to establish a common platform, a get-together for the people of the north-eastern states of India, who are currently residing in the United Kingdom, was recently held on Ma
  • Encroachers evicted from civilian area
    Dimapur, May 22 (MExN): The Dimapur district administration today evicted residents and demolished more than eighty houses at army supply colony in Dimapur for alleged encroachment of civilian area. The houses
  • Delimitation JAC explains SLP dismissal
    Dimapur, May 22 (MExN): Over the recent dismissal of the Special Leave Dismissal of the Delimitation Commission of India by the Supreme Court, the joint action committee of the tribal hohos today explained that
  • Planned Thermal Plant Lying Stagnant: CAG
    Energy-starved Nagaland in need of thermal powerImkong WallingDimapur | May 21Announced with much fanfare as part of the “special economic package,” the proposed heavy-fuel oil-based thermal power plant at
  • Delimitation: SLP withdrawn
    Dimapur, May 21 (MExN): The Supreme Court on May 4 has heard the councils on the Special Leave Petition filed against the PIL of the Chakhesang Public Organization and others on the issue of delimitation in Nag
  • Naga nurse found murdered in Delhi
    Dimapur, May 21 (MExN): A Naga girl said to be working as a nurse in a hospital in Delhi was found murdered inside a park near Civil Lines,  (near Delhi University), on May 14. The deceased was said to be
  • A police station with ‘not a single FIR’ since 1982
    Kobulong, May 21 (DIPR): The bimonthly coordination meeting of government departments under EAC Kobulong circle was held on May 20 at the office chamber of EAC Kobulong. The Officer In-Charge of the Kobulong Po
  • The Scourge of Water Scarcity in Nagaland
    Newmai News NetworkKohima | May 21  The scourge of water scarcity has hit most in many parts of Nagaland, if not all the districts of the state. The scarcity of water has been a matter of worry for the den
  • State govt keen to eradicate poverty
    Kohima, May 21 (DIPR): The department of Food & Civil Supply has introduced in the State a Paddy Procurement Policy 2004 (PPP) to protect the farmers against exploitation by middlemen and to ensure them the
  • Every woman has the right to voice her demands: NWC
    Kohima, May 21 (DIPR): The Nagaland Women Commission, Nagaland, jointly with the Rengma Mothers’ Association organised a subdivision-level Women Seminar with the theme ‘Towards a New Horizon’ on May 20 at
  • SF says No to UGs in public areas
    Dimapur, May 21 (MExN): Dimapur police personnel assisted by the 24th Assam Rifles, and the IRB conducted a surprise “flush out operation” in different parts of the district today which lasted from 6:00 &nb
  • WSSU queries loop on Niuland DIS
    Dimapur, May 21 (MExN): The Western Sumi Students' Union (WSSU) today listed a number of queries for the chief minister in regard to the ongoing verifications in the School Education department. The union said