• State govt recognizes hospitals
    KOHIMA, MARCH 9 (DIPR): The State Government has recognized the following Hospital/Institute as Authorized Referral Centre for further investigation and medical treatment for Nagaland Government employees and t
  • ‘Northeast people harassed, exploited, discriminated’
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 9 (MExN): Allegations have once again surfaced about people from the North East being alienated and treated as second class citizen of India in spite of the call being conveyed to them by the Gov
  • Government privatizes Likimro Power Project
    Dimapur March 9 (MExN): The Government of Nagaland, by way of privatizing has handed over Likimro Hydel Power station to a private power corporation NEC Energy Private Ltd., a Delhi-based private power corporat
  • Diezephe combined authority appeals, informs
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 9 (MExN): The Diezephe Village Council which was dissolved on October 3, 2005 as per the Government notification could still not be properly constituted due to frauds and uncivil acts happening i
  • Parliamentary Secretary slapped with defamation suit
    Dimapur March 9 (MExN): Mechanical, Social & Water Conservation Parliamentary Secretary Nkhao Lotha has been slapped with a defamation suit by Ekyimo Kikon, Vice-President of Janata Dal (United) Nagaland Un
  • No industry, so nurture agriculture economy: Azo
    Chizokho VeroMarch 9Phek (MExN): Regretting the absence of any worthwhile industries in Nagaland, Minister for Agriculture, Printing and Stationery Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu today maintained that the state economy
  • ICAR recognizes SASARD as central university
    Dimapur March 8 (MExN): The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and Nagaland University, SASARD, Medziphema Campus has formed a partnership in agricultural education through the induction of Nagaland
  • Women on top of HIV/AIDS chart
    KOHIMA, MARCH 8 (MExN): HIV or AIDS cases amongst women has reached an alarming proportion in Nagaland with 64% of the youths infected with diseases between the age group of 15-24 being women.Dr Vinito today di
  • Women’s Day opens discourse on gender issues
    Karaiba ChawangKohima | March 8THOUGH THIS morning’s news on the dual mass rape incidents at Pfutsero (Nagaland) and Churachandpur (Manipur) provoked an aura of shock at the outset, commemoration of Internati
  • Congress reprimands DAN over government servants conduct
    DIMAPUR, MAR 8 (MExN): The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has noted surprise over the fact that the Democratic Alliance of Nagaland (DAN), running the affairs of the State Government, “dragged the
  • DMC Chairman Vikheho resigns
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | March 8Chairman of the Dimapur Municipal Council, Y Vikheho Awomi, today tendered his resignation. “In view of the ongoing crisis in the Dimapur Municipal Council, within the NPF
  • NUTA knocks CBI and CAG door
    Morung Express NewsDimapur | March 8The Nagaland University Teachers Association (NUTA), presently camping at Delhi to press for the acceptance of Nagaland University Vice Chancellor GD Sharma’s resignation,
  • Choice of Jalukie as dist headquarter welcomed
    Peren, March 8 (MExN): On the declaration of establishing Peren District Headquarter at Jalukie by the Zeliangrong Baudi (Hoho), the Jalukie Sub-divisional Chairman Union consisting of 31 villages extended its
  • Hindustan Scouts & Guides clarifies
    Dimapur, March 8 (MExN): The office of the National Organizing Commissioner & State Secretary, Nagaland, Hindustan Scouts & Guides has clarified that the Hindustan Scouts & Guides continues to exist
  • Delhi students join chorus in demanding VC’s ouster
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 8 (MExN): The Naga Student Union Delhi (NSUD) has also expressed deep concern on the ongoing crisis in Nagaland University and described the resignation of Vice Chancellor G.D. Sharma as his own
  • ‘Women are their own mistresses’
    Plight of sex workers, HIV/AIDS, legal systems highlight women’s Day in Dimapur  Temjentula aierMorung expressDimapur March 8: The Dimapur District Aids Control Committee commemorated International Women
  • UGs, students issuing I-cards to non-Nagas
    Kohima, March 8 (IANS): It is not the government in Nagaland but student groups and separatist outfits whose rule reigns supreme on allowing non-tribal people to reside freely in the state. It may sound bi
  • International Women’s Day: Celebrating the essence of life
    Dimapur, March 7 (MExN): International Women’s Day took birth at the Second International Conference of Socialist Women which was held in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1910. At the event, a German socialist leader,
  • Pfutseromi rape-victims narrate ordeal
    Dimapur, March 7 (MExN): Lending a painful backdrop to International Women’s Day, four minor girls from Pfutseromi Village who were sexually assaulted by three youths on February 24 came out today with a stat
  • Movement of cadres worries Pfutsero public
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 7 (MExN): The situation in Pfutsero has been described as ‘somewhat tense’ as armed cadres numbering about 40 moved into Rukizu colony in Pfutsero town about a week back after receiving repor