Nagaland

  • TCU welcomes NSCN (IM) move on Intangki
    KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 5 (MExN): The Tenyimi Central Union (TCU) has expressed its deep appreciation to the Government People Republic of Nagalim (GPRN)/ NSCN (IM) for their “performance, sincerity, co-operation an
  • Don’t undermine community control on forest land: NGOs
    Dimapur, November 5 (MExN): In a bid to safeguard tribal rights over forest lands, six influential civil societies based in Manipur today urged both the Central and the Manipur state governments to cease underm
  • Public hearing on Vision 2020 today
    Dimapur, November 4 (MExN): The State government is to have a public hearing for the tabled ‘Vision Document 2020’ in the Zonal Council Hall, Kohima from 10:00 am onwards on November 5. Member of North East
  • ‘Churches are crumbling...’
    Y. Merina ChishiDimapur | November 4 Reverend S.K. Miller, the speaker and guest at the 3rd convocation programme of Faith International Bible Training Centre pondered on several point to encourage the gra
  • ID verification to check illegal migrants in Kma
    Dimapur, November 3 (MExN): In a bid to check the unabated influx of illegal migrants into the district, the Angami Students’ Union today directed the ‘non-local’ residents in Kohima to report at the &nbs
  • Oil: Illegal activities in Champang
    Dimapur, November 3 (MExN): Taking strong cognizance of the growing division in Champang village over oil exploration issues, the Lotha Students’ Union has reiterated its warning of action against certain sec
  • NSCN (IM) identifies informer; condemns October 31 killing
    DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 3 (MExN): Having undertaken ‘thorough investigation’ of the 31st October killing where one “innocent person” identified as Imkongtemsu, son of Chubatoshi of Longkhum village, the broth
  • ‘Payment of land tax to Beisumpuikam, a mythology’
    Dimapur, November 3 (MExN): Payment of land tax to Beisumpuikam by Lilen village is out of question and is just a mythology since the concern Kuki villages have been legally established since many decades past
  • Dimapur DC rejects Army’s claim on CF
    Dimapur, November 2 (MExN): The Indian Army PRO’s version that the October 31 incident took place inside Assam and not in Nagaland nothwithstanding, the Dimapur district administration today said that the inc
  • NSCN (K) for joint press meet with rival
    New Delhi, November 2 (ANI): At a time when the General Secretary of National Socialist Council of Nagaland (Isac-Muivah) faction has expressed its desperation over the progress in the talks with the Indian Gov
  • ‘End Vision 2020’
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 2Against the backdrop of the series of public hearings on the Vision 2020 document slated to held across the Northeast region, ‘opinions’ are being raised that the docu
  • KDSH disapproves formation of KDPF
    Dimapur, November 2 (MExN): Strongly disapproving the formation of the Kiphire District Public Forum (KDPF), the Kiphire District Sumi Hoho (KDSH) has warned any Sumi individual, group, society or frontal organ
  • Sumi Hoho notes UGs’ diktats
    Dimapur, November 2 (MExN): Exasperated with the diktats issued by underground factions to cross-sections of the people, the Sumi Hoho has reminded the underground leaders to review their stand to pave way for
  • No contract works without NSCN (IM) approval in hill area
    Dimapur, November 2 (MExN): The NSCN (IM) today declared that no contract works without the recommendations of the NSCN (IM) will be allowed under any circumstances in the Naga areas in Manipur and warned of se
  • Ban on sale of property
    Kohima, November 1 (MExN): The Ruzazhomi Students’ Union (RSU) under Phek district in its meeting held on October 20 last has resolved to ban on sale of property within its jurisdiction. “The union has deci
  • NSCN-K makes points of “concern”
    Dimapur, November 1 (MExN): While reminding the general public for better understanding that “bad people bring victory for the nations” the NSCN-K has expressed ‘concern’ over a number of points from st
  • NSF demands lifting ban on job creation
    DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 1 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has pointed out that the State Government’s blanket ban on the creation of posts has in fact given a great advantage to influential politician
  • Don’t allow officers’ children to drive: ANGDA
    Morung Express NewsKohima | November 1The All Nagaland Government Drivers’ Union has appealed to all its members not to allow unauthorized person or their officers’ children to drive the government vehicles
  • Koio fight continues over ‘alcoholics’ union’
    Dimapur, November 1 (MExN): The Semi Youth Union of Koio village, Wokha, has sharply reacted to the press statement of the Koio Village Council where SYU was declared ‘organization of known chronic alcoholics
  • Army refutes report of ceasefire violation
    Kohima, November 1 (MExN): The Army has refuted a news report published today, in some of the newspapers from Nagaland titled “Indian Army Violates Ceasefire, Kills inside Nagaland”. Lt Col Nirupam Bhargava