Nagaland

  • Not Forgotten...Mokokchung’s Bloody Dec 27
    Limalenden LongkumerMokokchung | December 27The Ao Students Conference tonight organized a candlelight service in Mokokchung town in remembrance of the dark, fateful day of December 27, 1994, when the “worst
  • Kire for review of Quota System
    Phek, December 27 (MExN): Nagaland Khadi & Village Industries Board chairman Dr. Neikiesalie Nicky Kire, MLA today said that the government needs to review the matter of ‘backward tribe’ and the quota s
  • India’s future great minds in Nagaland
    Morung Express NewsDimapur| December 27 Committed to its theme “Planet Earth, Our Home, Explore, Share and Care,” the 16th National Children Science Congress (NCSC) took off today with tree plantation
  • 2608 AIDS cases in Nagaland
    Kohima, December 26 (MExN): 2608 AIDS cases (1465 male and 1143 female) have been reported in Nagaland between 1994 to October 2008, according to an available source. The most effected age-group is the 25-34 ye
  • National Children Science: Are We Even Ready?
    Dimapur, December 26 (MExN): As the curtain rises on the 16th National Children’s Science Congress (NCSC), Nagaland is set be exposed to a spectrum of scientific excellence. With the primary attraction on chi
  • NPCC dismisses Imkong Imchen’s “peaceful” claim
    Dimapur, December 26 (MExN): The Nagaland Congress is wondering how Home Minister Imkong Imchen could even claim that the state is “most peaceful” considering the reality of killings, extortion and kidnappi
  • Reconciliation initiatives gain momentum in Nagaland
    Kohima, December 26 (PTI): Amid mounting tension arising out of rampant factional fighting among rival underground groups, overwhelming peace and reconciliation campaigns by social groups and churches dominated
  • Urgent Need: Long term pest Management
    Kohima, December 26 (MExN): The need to prepare a long term plan for rodent and pest management for Nagaland is felt, according to a visiting rodent specialist from New Delhi. Relatively, necessary funds should
  • Be instruments of peace, Rio urges
    Dimapur, December 23 (MExN): The Government of Nagaland wishes the people Merry Christmas and that the joyful event would bring out the best in all, to be instruments of peace. “Let this Christmas season brin
  • Nagaland’s silk to play up economy
    Kohima, December 23 (MExN): Seeing tremendous potential in the development of silk (of Eri) in Nagaland, the department of sericulture is giving special emphasis to it. During the annual plan period 2007-08, th
  • Coal Mining: Bare Hills and Imperiled Lives
    Bonnie Konyak Dimapur | December 23 The roar of heavy engines sounds night and day, breaking the now-forgotten silence of what once were the lush-green hills of Kongan village, under Mon district. The
  • The long road to Nagaland Zoological Park
    Morung Express News FeatureDimapur | December 23Tucked away from the bustling crowd, Nagaland Zoological Park is a stretch of endless road; with dried leaves and wild fruits crushing beneath your feet, it is th
  • ‘Dimapur-Kohima rail link will open new vistas’
    Kohima, December 23 (ANI): Rail and road links play a vital role to ensure development of any place. Residents in this region of the State are upbeat after the commencement of Kohima-Dimapur broad-gauge railway
  • Reconciliation: NPF welcomes Cong support
    DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 23 (MExN): Home Minister Imkong Imchen has appreciated and welcomed the statement of Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) that the opposition’s office would join in the present reconci
  • ‘Restore pre-1972 status for Nagaland’
    Dimapur, December 22 (MExN): Following the proposed move made by Rajya Sabha Member of Parliament Khekiho Zhimomi for creation of a Legislative Council for Nagaland, the United Democratic Socialist Party (UNDSP
  • Murder case ends in compromise and forgiveness
    DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 22 (MExN): The Chen Area Union, Kohima, relates that on October 14, 2008, a woman named Savi Tsuka had been hit and killed by the rash driving of one Wanyem Konyak, who was remanded to police
  • Nagaland to declare 2010 as 'Year of Plantation'
    Newmai News NetworkKohima | December 22 After the success of the Nagaland government’s declaration of Year of Youth Empowerment, Year of Women Empowerment and the ongoing Year of Capacity Building 2008-2
  • Aged land dispute settled
    Dimapur, December 22 (MExN): The land dispute between Sendenyu and Phenshünyu villages under Tseminyu sub-division in Kohima district has been settled with a scheduled dedication of a ‘peace accord stone’
  • Kilonser clarifies on statement made by Sumi Hoho president
    Dimapur, December 21 (MExN): Q. Tuccu, Kilonser, Forest, Environment and Mineral (FEM) Government of People’s Republic of Nagalim (GPRN) has clarified to the statement made by Sumi Hoho President Hokishe Yept
  • KU Tizit set ILP-drive
    Dimapur, December 21 (MExN): The Konyak Union of Tizit has asked all non-Nagas within the jurisdiction of Tizit to “acquire” Inner Line Permit (ILP) within the month of January, 2009. The union in a note to