Nagaland

  • INTCWS conducts inspection of Colleges
    Dimapur, January 11 (MExN): The India Northeast Tribal Community Welfare Society (INTCWS) Dimapur under the aegis of Libra Consultancy, its educational wing, conducted inspection and verification of colleges and institutes from December 6 to 19, 2010 of different courses in its second phase in Patna, Hyderabad, Vijayawada and Vishakapatnam for the benefit of tribal students. A press note issued by Lamtsala Sangtam, INTCWS general secretary informed that the inspection is done to facili
  • Healing Crusade
    (Left) A young girl carries her baby sister on her back in Wakching Town as the members of Sinai Ministry reaches out with the gospel to a section of people. (Right) A volunteer breaks into tears as she prays during the Youth Fest 2011-Wakching Town Revival and Healing Crusade held at Wakching Town Baptist Church, Mon. Rev Kilang Jamir, Director, Youth Harvest Ministry was the main speaker. The three days fest was sponsored and organised by three young government officers from Wakching
  • Street show on HIV & AIDS held at Mongsenyimti
    Participants enacting a play during the street show on HIV & AIDS conducted by Care & Support Society, Mokokchung.  Dimapur, January 11 (MExN): A street show on HIV & AIDS was conducted by Care & Support Society, Mokokchung on January 8 and 9, 2011 at Mongsenyimti Village and Mongsenyimti Compound respectively. Care & Support Society Managing Director Imchawati Kichu in a press release stated that after the Street Show, discussion, questions and feedbacks regar
  • NPBCA 22nd annual council held
    O. Alem, IPS, DG Prisons NHG & CD (Right) unveils the foundation stone of the ensuing NPBCA silver jubilee Memorial Hall at Mission Compound Chumukedima.  Dimapur, January 11 (MExN): Nagaland Police Baptist Churches Association (NPBCA) 22nd Annual Council was held from January 7 to 9, 2010 at Mission Compound Chumukedima, where five delegates each from its constituent attended. A press note informed that O. Alem, IPS, DG Prisons NHG & CD was the chief guest who laid the fo
  • LOCAL Briefs
    5th Tening Lun Session on Jan 14, 15 Tening, January 11 (DIPR): The 5th Tening Session is being organised to be held on January 14 and 15 at Tening village under the banner of ‘Arise and March forward’ with Additional Deputy Commissioner Medziphema Sehjang Doungel and Deputy Superintendent of Police 9th IRB Dibambo as chief guest and guest of honour respectively. The two days programme highlights are dance competition and beauty contest. The organising committee of the Teni
  • WASA’s 50th year anniversary from today
    Kohima, January 10 (MExN): The 50th year anniversary of Western Angami Sports Association (WASA) will start from January 11 at WAPO ground, Sechü Zubza under the theme “Enhance your vision from the past.”  The inaugural function will take place on January 11 from 10:00 AM onwards with Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) speaker Kiyanilie Peseyie as chief host.The 5day long events will witness various contingents from the Western Angami Region competing in differen
  • Nagaland bamboo crafts to go online soon
    Norman Putusure, Nagaland Bamboo Mission (NBM) team leader handing out receipts to beneficiaries. (Morung Photo)  Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): Nagaland Bamboo Development Agency (NBDA) is planning to set up a retail outlet for bamboo craftsmen soon, Norman Putusure, Nagaland Bamboo Mission (NBM) team leader told entrepreneur in Dimapur today. Infrastructure building is in progress at the Nagaland Bamboo Resource Centre. The outlet will enable bamboo craftsmen to showcase their prod
  • Minister Kaito addresses LSU 49th general session
    Lozaphuhu | January 10 : “Village unity is paramount to ensure the existence of peace in the society. Where there is peace and unity, development would follow automatically,” stated Kaito Aye, Minister, Road and Bridges, Government of Nagaland. He was addressing the 49th general session of the Lozaphuhu Students’ Union (LSU) held on January 7, last here at the Lozaphuhu village junction, some 8 Kms away from Phek Town.Calling upon the students’ to march forward
  • Third Eye Edu centre launched in Dimapur
    Congress MLA, C Apok Jamir, speaking at the inauguration of Third Eye Education centre in Dimapur on Monday. (Morung Photo)  DIMAPUR, JANUARY 10 (MExN): Third Eye Infosys Private Ltd., the first ISO certified IT and education company in the North-East Region, opened a centre of Third Eye Education in Dimapur on Monday, the third branch in Nagaland after Mokokchung and Kiphire.Congress legislator C Apok Jamir who was the chief guest at the inauguration programme, in his address sai
  • School of Music inauguration on Jan 15
    Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): The School of Music cum Recording Studio at Purana Bazar Dimapur will be inaugurated on January 15 at 11:00 am. The inaugural function will be graced by Ababe Ezung, I & P Secretary, Kohima Chamber of Commerce and XL vice president. The dedication prayer will be said by Rev. C Yanthan, pastor LBC Purana Bazar.The school has hostel attached and will offer courses on piano, keyboard, guitar, violin, theory, vocal course offered under Trinity School of Musi
  • FGN (NNC) Angami Region inform on tax collection
    Dimapur, January 10 (MExN):  The Angami Region Federal Government of Nagaland (NNC) authorities have informed to all the general public that any kind of Tax (Revenue) Collection under Angami jurisdiction without the authorised letter from the Midan Peyu (Chairman) or town commander FGN (NNC) Angami Region should not be entertained. The Chairman, Apfucha Angami in a press release has also informed all the residence of the Kohima Town and different organisations, union, society, ass
  • HIV & Aids seminar held at Loyung
    Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): A one day seminar on HIV & AIDS was conducted among the youth at Loyung on January 7, 2011 organized by Loyung Baptist Church and the resource persons were from Care & Support Society and NMP+, Mokokchung.  A press note informed that the speakers dwelled on different topics like “Understanding HIV & AIDS & Scenario”, “Stigma & Discrimination, Care & Treatment for PLHA”, Prevention of HIV & AIDS among t
  • ‘Erring FPS should be penalized’
    Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): The Consumer Society Dimapur District (CSDD) has called upon the Chief Secretary for intervention in “cancellation and forfeiture of security deposit amount of particular of those erring FPS” (under TPDS Scheme) in Dimapur district.The CSDD in a press note issued by it president Khekivi Z wotssa and press secretary Pradip Sethi stated that over of 39 approved FPS (2010-11), some of which are not functional, non-existence and including those FPS r
  • Common induction programme held
    Kohima, January 10 (DIPR): The closing function for the common induction programme of NCS, NPS and AEO (Probations) 2009 batch was held on January 10 at Imagine Nagaland Hall, ATI, Kohima with Special Secretary Home, L. Singsit IPS as the chief guest. Addressing the young officers Singsit said that the trainees should feel lucky and privileged to take part in such trainings. He said that this kind of achievement is very challenging and comes with hard labour, but also mentioned that th
  • LOCAL Briefs
    ANTA Dimapur informs on registration Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): The All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Dimapur unit informs that the yearly taxi registration and drivers identity card has started and all the concerned to apply on or before March 1, 2010, failing which the ANTA Dimapur unit will take its own course of action. The ANTA Dimapur unit is also organizing Life Insurance Policy for five years to all Drivers’ under Dimapur unit. Therefore, the ANTA Dimapur unit request
  • ‘O! Dimapur!’ series on real Nagaland
    Art photographer/visual artist Huthuka Sumi displays his photographs at the exhibition ‘O! Dimapur’ on Urban Nagaland which is being showcased at Hiyo Cafe, Aiko Building, Dimapur. (Morung Photo) Dimapur, January 10 (MExN): A photo exhibition on Urban Nagaland is being showcased at Hiyo Cafe, Below Furtados, Aiko Building, Dimapur. 19 images encased in frames were put up at the cafe for free public viewing. The man behind the lens is Art photographer/visual artist Huthuka S
  • Health Mela conducted at Mon
    Dimapur, January 9 (MExN): Flagging off the New Year, The Department of Health & Family Welfare, Mon organised a Health Mela at Chenwetnyu village of Chen Block on January 8, 2011. The Health Mela was received enthusiastically by the people of this block who considered it a welcome respite from the medical difficulties faced by them due to the geographical isolation faced from the rest of the district. The Village Council Chairman of Chenwetnyu, P. M. Nokpai, in his speech said tha
  • ‘God-Land-People- An Ethnic Naga Identity’ book launched
    (Left) Michael Harvey, Executive Director of Conference of Baptist Minister in Massachusetts, USA formally launches the book “God-Land-People- An Ethnic Naga Identity” written by (Right) Mar Imsong at Lotha Baptist Church Dimapur.  Dimapur, January 9 (MExN): “God-Land-People- An Ethnic Naga Identity,” written by Mar Imsong was released today at the Lotha Baptist Church, Dimapur. Michael Harvey, Executive Director of Conference of Baptist Minister in Massach
  • New multi-specialty hospital in Dimapur
    (Lef) Nikos Hospital and Research Centre located at Midland colony in Dimapur. (Right) View of the interior of Nikos Hospital which is spacious and well ventilated. (Morung photos)  Dimapur, January 9 (MExN): Nikos Hospital and Research Centre, a multi specialty medical establishment offering services of medical specialists, nursing and professionally trained technicians in healthcare, was inaugurated in Dimapur today. The dedication was conducted by Reverend Inaho Swu, pastor of
  • We may be small, but we can lend a hand too
    The meek shall inherit the earth: Sunday School children with offering bags. The children were chosen as ushers for the Silver Jubilee celebration of Union Church Youth Department, Fazl Ali College Campus, Mokokchung, which was held on January 7 last. (Morung Photo) Mokokchung | January 9 : Whenever a person visualizes an ‘usher’ in an event, generally an image of a grown youth in a distinct uniform comes to mind. There was a fine role reversal, however, last Friday on