Nagaland

  • Nagaland observes first ever National Voters’ Day
    DC Mkg & District election Officer, Lithrongla G. Chishi felicitates newly registered voters in the district on occasion of National Voters’ Day on January 25. (DIPR Photo) KOHIMA: Nagaland joined the rest of the country in celebrating the 1st ever National Voters’ Day celebration on January 25 at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner, Kohima.Chief Electoral Officer Nagaland, J. Alam, IAS also the Home Commissioner Nagaland, who graced the significant day
  • Chief Secy chairs meeting on Census 2011
    Kohima, January 25 (DIPR): A meeting on Census 2011 (Phase II) was held at Chief Secretary’s conference hall on January 25. The Chief Secretary Nagaland, Lalthara chaired the meeting which was attended by several Administrative Heads of Departments and Heads of Departments.Director Census Operation, Hekali Zhimomi, IAS gave a power point presentation on preparedness for Phase II, Census 2011, where she highlighted the strategies being worked out for the smooth functioning of the
  • 78 Churches participate at SBAK revival
    DIMAPUR, January 25 (MExN): Sumi Baptist Akukuhou Kuqhakulu (SBAK) Nito Mount Zunheboto held its revival hour from January 21 to 23 at Philimi village under the theme “I sutsa chilulo” (hear my voice). The three-day programme saw participation from 78 Churches and also witnessed healings of hundreds of believers with varied kinds of sicknesses. NTC principal, Niholi H. Shohe; SBAK youth secretary, Dr. Hokheto Chophy; URF director, Rev Shekiye Achumi and Evangelist, Rev Ahot
  • Rejoinder to ANTA Kohima Unit
    Kohima, January 25 (MExN): With the introduction of the pre-paid taxi service in Kohima, the debate between the ANTA units are seen growing bitter expressing displeasures from some sections of people from Kohima.A press statement received here by Neivilhoutuo John Sechü stated that the taxi pre-paid service, which was recently introduced by the All Nagaland Taxi Association (ANTA) Kohima Unit, seems to be harassing to the taxi drivers by forcibly imposing another additional of Rs.
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Dimapur DIS informsDimapur, January 25 (MExN): All genuine absentees’ teachers, those who have not submitted the appointment order are to submit their appointment order with regularize order and Adhoch appointment order with latest extension order to Y. Khetoshe Yepthomi, deputy inspector of schools, Dimapur, latest by January 28, 2011. For further details contact: 9436680776/9856256136. Home department on society’s registrationKohima, January 25 (DIPR): The Home Department
  • NEZCC children contingent to perform at R-day
    Dimapur, January 24 (MExN): The North East Zone Cultural Centre, Dimapur will present the Dahal Thungri dance of Bodo, Assam during Republic Day Parade held on January 26 at Rajpath, New Delhi. NEZCC Director Som Kamei, IPS in a press release said that the children contingent will present the Dahal Thungri consisting of 150 students, 10 musicians, 10 teachers and 2 choreographers selected from Ramfalbil High School, Serfanguri High School, Patgaon High School, U.N.B Vocational Girls
  • Banuo. Z. Jamir makes significant tour to Kiphire
    Additional Chief Secretary and Commissioner Nagaland, Banuo. Z. Jamir (Center) along with C. M. Tsanglao, DC Kiphire, SP Kiphire, along with other Officers during her tour to Pungro and Kiusum (HQ).   Kiphire, January 24 (MExN): The Additional Chief Secretary and Commissioner Nagaland, Banuo. Z. Jamir made her first inspection tour to Kiphire District as Commissioner Nagaland on January 20 and 21.Kiusum HQ receives first ever visit by a commissioner  SDO (Sadar) Athrila
  • Govt MDM scheme to be monitored strictly
    Dimapur, January 24 (MExN): The Department of Education has decided to strictly monitor the implementation of mid-day meal (MDM) scheme for government schools in the State. Unlike the past, school inspectors of the department will keep constant check and report to the Directorate on any irregularities found in the implementation of the scheme. The department will also keep photographic evidence of food grains provided to government schools. Deputy Inspector of Schools (DIS), Dimapur, K
  • DC Dimapur informs on Census 2011 training
    Dimapur, January 24 (MExN): All the Supervisors and Enumerators of Dimapur Town area including Reserved that who have conducted/performed the first phase of Population Census 2011 are herby directed to attend the training programme at Dimapur Government College on January 27, 28, 29 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm for successful conduct for the second phase Population Census 2011. Deputy Commissioner & Principal Census Officer, Dimapur Maong Aier informed that this order is for strict comp
  • CEO to grace National Voters’ Day
    Kohima, January 24 (DIPR): Chief Electoral Officer, Nagaland, J. Alam IAS will be the chief guest at the 1st National Voters’ Day celebration on January 25, 2011 at 12:00 noon at DC’s Conference Hall, Kohima. According to the programme, District Election Officer & Deputy Commissioner, Kohima, Bei-u Angami will chair the programme while the brief profile of elections will be presented by Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, N. Moa Aier. Welcome speech will be delivered by Ass
  • WSBAK 64th annual youth conference concludes
    Dimapur, January 24 (MExN): The 64th annual youth conference of WSBAK was held at Quhoi village from January 14 to 16 under the theme ‘you are great in God’s eyes.’The theme of the conference was shared by Rev Ikuto Zhimo, youth secretary, WSBAK at the inaugural function while Kakheli Inato delivered a message on the topic ‘Discover a new beginning.’ She also urged TLW pledge card holder to be faithful in their commitment and serve as living example. The y
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Governor award ceremony on Jan 26 Kohima, January 24 (MExN): The Governor award ceremony for distinction in the field of literature, art and music will take place on January 26 on the occasion of Republic Day 2011. The award ceremony will take place at Raj Bhavan, Kohima from 12:00 noon onwards.AHODS/HODS to collect car passKohima, January 24 (DIPR): All AHODs & HODs have been informed to collect Car Pass on January 25, 2011 for the Republic Celebration during office hours from the
  • IPPI campaign 2011 launched
    (Left) The first Round Intensive Pulse Polio Immunization (IPPI) of the year 2011 observed on Sunday in Dimapur. (Photo: Pradeep Pareek) (Right) Dr. V. Sekhose, Principal Director, Department of Health & family Welfare,  administering the first OPV drops at the premises of Naga Hospital Authority Kohima. Dimapur, January 23 (MExN): In the global effort to eradicate polio disease, Nagaland, along with the rest of the country, observed the 1st round of Intensive Pulse Polio
  • ‘Equitable education leads to equitable progress’
    Dr. Chubatola Aier, principal, Zunheboto Government College, guest speaker during the 65th General Conference Ao Kaketshir Mungdang that concluded recently. (Morung Photo)   Mokokchung | January 23 : With the Government of Nagaland going on for an ambitious multi-crore educational reforms in the state, the term quality education will be becoming more relevant in the Naga society. As an apex students’ organization of the Ao, the Ao Kaketshir Mungdang during its just conc
  • 28th Tragopan Club Day-cum-picnic held
    The new team of office bearers of Tragopan Club, Viswema during the 28th Annual Day-cum-Picnic held on January 22. (Morung Photo)  Kohima, January 23 (MExN): The 28th Annual Day-cum-Picnic of Tragopan Club, Viswema was held on January 22, 2011 at St. Joseph Higher Secondary School with Deputy Secretary Education, Khrüpi Sothu, NCS as the main speaker. In his address, Sothu exhorted the club members to be united and work towards upliftment of the Club under its motto ‘St
  • ABCC youth convention draws to a close
    Evangelist, Khedi Baptist church, Rev. Viwelie Khezhie (Extreme left), seen along with the new team of ABCC led by its President, Petevi Meyase (second from left) at IG Stadium Kohima. (Morung Photo)  Kohima | January 23 : Youth Director ABCC, Vicavor Krose said God’s calling is different from what we normally get invitation in our day to day life, however the call is same for all, be it politician, leaders or any common man. Krose said this during the closing function of th
  • Traditional weighing scale
    Two Naga men trying to weigh a rooster on a traditional weighing scale at Zhipu, a village under Meluri district in Nagaland. The scale can be used to measure upto five kilograms. (Morung Photo)
  • Workshop, teacher’s training at NEZCC concludes
    Dimapur, January 23 (MExN): The ten day long workshop on “Our Cultural Diversity” organized by the New Delhi based Centre for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT) concluded January 21, Friday at the North East Zone Cultural Centre (NEZCC) complex with former Director NEZCC N. Bendang Ao gracing the occasion as chief guest. The ten day workshop saw the participation of teachers from all over the country taking part in the training programmes offered by the CCRT. Sharing of
  • LOCAL Briefs
    ‘India On Wheels’ discussion on Jan 27Dimapur, January 23 (MExN): Those who have joined ‘India On Wheels’ Scheme from Kohima, and still under the ‘Non-Achievers’ category are hereby informed to come near ‘New Chari Departmental Store’ Old NST, on the stated time and date. A press note informed that there will be a discussion on January 27, 2011, at 12:30pm. You may contact the following numbers: 9612434552 /9856243993/9856682810 /98564726
  • Myanmar’s Naga
    In this photo taken Saturday, January 15, 2011, holding a traditional spear and a shield, Myanmar’s Naga tribe man dances as others circle him during their traditional new year festival in Lahe in Myanmar’s northwest hilly region bordering India. The tribes held the festival at the area from January 14 to 16. (AP Photo)