Nagaland

  • ZSUN flays NC Hills violence
    Dimapur, May 20, (MExN): The Zeliangrong Students’ Union of Nagaland condemns what it stated today is the “repeated atrocities” of armed Dimasa militants against Zeliangrong in Assam’s North Cachar Hill
  • ‘Nagaland’s gender development poor’
    Al NgullieDimapur | May 20Nagaland state will have to put on hold all its women-parity claims for some time. The state isn’t doing too well on the gender empowerment front, as has been reiterated by a recent
  • To unite Nagas, a common script
    Naga Script Learning and Training Centre inaugurated Morung Express NewsDimapur| May 20 If ‘God’ revealed a vision to a man fifty one years ago that Nagas must have a ‘common script’ to become
  • ‘Economics & Statistics department is declining’
    Kohima, May 20 (DIPR): To strengthen the department in finding out the exact figure in the data collection in all departmental activities, Parliamentary Secretary for economics & statistics and information
  • School dropout rate increasing in Kiphire
    LipichemKiphire | May 20School dropouts in Kiphire district is on the rise – in the year 2008, there were 2009 school dropouts while this year, the number of school dropouts has increased to 2313. This was in
  • World Bank to enhance livelihood productivity
    Kohima, May 20 (DIPR): The World Bank team led by Joint Secretary for DONER, Jayashree Mukherjee, on Wednesday held a meeting with the Chief Secretary for Nagaland, administrative heads, and heads of Developmen
  • Allegation of PGC principal being abused refuted
    Dimapur, May 20 (MExN): Responding to the news item “Principal of PGC abused: PGCTA” published in a local daily on May 20, Dr. K. Hoshi, Phek Town has issued a rejoinder to clear the cloud of doubt in the m
  • Young breed of Naga artists come to the fore
    Chizokho VeroKohima | May 19A glance at the brief yet touching profile of eight recipients of “Young Talented Artists’ Award 2008-09” speaks volume of their dedication and enormous contributions and achie
  • Zbto Rape: STH to fight till Justice
    Dimapur, May 19 (MExN): Sumi Totimi Hoho (STH) leaders today strongly refuted that its leaders are “politically motivated” in pursuing justice for the girl who was allegedly raped in Zunheboto on April 11.
  • Team Rio extends ‘unconditional support’ to UPA
    CM meets Manmohan and SoniaAl Ngullie Dimapur | May 19 Mired in a flurry of fast political developments in Nagaland’s politics, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio today met with Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan
  • NCSU questions Power department over NEEP
    Kohima, May 19 (MExN): Accusing the Power department of having awarded contract work to an unregistered name, the Nagaland Contractors’ & Suppliers Union (NCSU) Kohima has sought clarification from the de
  • Consequences of poverty on children
    Morung Express FeatureDimapur | May 19Poverty can have a destructive impact, for it signifies not only going to bed hungry at times, but also a hammering that the human self-esteem gets. It is also important to
  • Prostitution racket busted by Women Cell police
    Dimapur, May 19 (MExN): Police personnel of the Women Cell (East Police Station) Dimapur, in a surprise raid, busted a prostitution racket from a hotel (Salma Hotel) at New Market on Tuesday, May 19. During the
  • CM Chang calls for cooperation
    Our CorrespondentKohima | May 18Stating there to be a time for everything, newly elected Lok Sabha MP CM Chang on Sunday stressed on the need to forget the past and work together irrespective of party affiliati
  • “GPRN/NSCN” on medicines shortage
    Dimapur, May 18 (MExN): Over the shortage of life-saving drugs and medicines in the state due to rampant extortion, the “GPRN/NSCN” today accused the NSCN (IM) of “extortion by IM on medicine dealers.”
  • Lotus withers: State BJP joins NPF
    Dimapur, May 18 (MExN): The Lotus has withered in Nagaland. The entire Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) executive members, office bearers and also two of its sitting MLAs have merged with the Nagaland People’s Fr
  • Human Markets: Highly lucrative, life-destroying trade
    The inside scoop on buying & selling of people in the NEMorung Express NewsDimapur | May 18A leading social activist from the North East working in the problem area of human trafficking has shed light on th
  • Students suffocate in overcrowded classrooms
    Morung Express NewsDimapur| May 18Imagine eighty people sitting in a 12 x 14 room without windows, no fan and leaking roof. Added to the dilemma are seven people cramped on a six feet bench and heavy bags fille
  • ‘Nagas yet to achieve self-sufficiency in food production’
    Mon, May 18 (DIPR): The Additional Deputy Commissioner for Mon, Chumremo Odyuo, formally inaugurated the Farmers Information Advisory Centre (FIAC) Mon Block on May 18 at the Office of the DAO (Agri), Mon.In hi
  • Under the shadow of Extortion Notes
    Dimapur, May 17 (MExN): There might be a thousand reasons, but serving extortion notes by underground groups (through “information note” or “information slip”) and the payment of the same by the busines