Nagaland

  • LOCAL Briefs
    NU proposes post graduate in medicinal plants   Mokokchung, January 21 (DIPR): Nagaland University is actively considering to offer Post Graduate in Management of Medicinal Plants to its students. Vice chancellor, Nagaland University, Professor K. Kannan said that Nagaland is endowed with various medicinal plants but no proper study has so far made. He said offering Post Graduate in Management of Medicinal Plants in the University would immensely help explore its unexplored medici
  • Regional workshop on road safety
    Kohima, January 20 (DIPR): The inaugural programme of Regional Workshop to ensure vehicular fitness on road to enhance Road Safety for reducing accidents was held on January 20 at the conference hall of the Transport Commissioner Old MLA Hostel building, Kohima.Gracing the inaugural programme as the chief guest, Secretary to the Government of Nagaland Transport Department, N. Hangsing observed that in Nagaland more accidents occurs during festival time and felt the need to address such
  • DC Dimapur talks to Chief of Army on govt patta land
    DC Dimapur, Maongwati Aier receives Major Gen. N. George Chief of Staff 3 Corps Rangapahar to his office chamber on January 20. (DIPR Photo) Dimapur, January 20 (DIPR): Major Gen. N. George Chief of Staff 3 Corps Rangapahar gave a courtesy call to DC Dimapur, Maongwati Aier in his office Chamber on January 20.While interacting with the Chief of staff, DC Dimapur requested the Army unit to hand over the Government patta land to the Civil Administration which the army has occupied a
  • Minister PHED inaugurates GMS Penli
    Minister PHED, Dr. K. Ngangshi Ao inaugurates the New Government Middle School building at Penli Ward, Mokokchung on January 20. (DIPR Photo)  Mokokchung, January 20 (DIPR): A two storied New Government Middle School building at Penli Ward, Mokokchung was inaugurated on January 20. Constructed at the cost of about rupees 15 Lakh in two years was formally inaugurated by Minister PHED, Nagaland, Dr. K. Ngangshi Ao.In his inaugural speech, Dr. Ngangshi Ao expressed his deep appreciat
  • DC Mon informs on free movement between India and Myanmar
    Mon, January 20 (DIPR): In connection with the amended earlier 1968 Notification of the Ministry of Home Affairs Government of India issued on 21.07.2010 and which came into force w.e.f 21.08.2010, the Deputy Commissioner, Mon Dinesh Kumar, IAS has informed all concern that as per the Notification every members of the hills tribe, who is either a citizen of India or a citizen of Myanmar and who is ordinarily resident of any area within sixteen kilometres on either side of India-Myanmar
  • Wholesale market shutdown...
    Cart puller rest on a deserted vegetables wholesale market as the Dimapur vegetables wholesale market is shutdown indefinitely against the abduction of its member by unidentified miscreant on Wednesday morning at Dimapur, on January 20. (Caisii Mao Photo)
  • Mass social work at Longleng on Jan 24
    Longleng, January 20 (MExN): In view of the forthcoming Republic Day celebration, i.e. January 26, there will be a mass social work on January 24 at Longleng Town. Therefore, C. K. Nihekhu Sema, Deputy Commissioner, Longleng has directed all the head of offices under Longleng district are directed to be in the station for supervision of the same without fail. They are also directed to clean their respective office premises. Further, all the public in the town are requested to co-operat
  • Census training at Dimapur underway
    Dimapur, January 20 (DIPR): Three-day Training for Census Supervisors and Enumerators gets underway at DC’s Conference Hall from January 20. Deputy Commissioner and Principal Census Operation Officer Dimapur, Maongwati Aier while welcoming the Supervisors and Enumerators in a three day programme urged the implementing officers to be alert and sincere in their duties as it has come to the final and most crucial stage as the state depend on accurate Census for proper planning.He sa
  • Nagaland to get 250 sub centres in 5 years: Azo
    Panso Town (Tuensang) | January 19 : Minister for health & family welfare Küzholüzo (Azo) Nienu today announced that Nagaland will be getting 200 to 250 sub centres in five years time as per the Government of India’s entitlement on creation of 50 sub centres every year in each state of the country.Inaugurating the Primary Health Centre here this morning, the minister said the state government has been putting its best effort to deliver better health care system to t
  • IPPI prog 2011 in Nagaland on Jan 23
    Dimapur, January 19 (MExN): The Department of Health & Family Welfare is all geared up to administer Polio drops to over 2.6 lakh eligible children (0-5 years) in the state in 2,604 Polio Booths to be manned by 10,416 vaccinators and 521 supervisors along with vaccines and other logistics. The Intensive Pulse Polio Immunization (IPPI) programme for 2011 in Nagaland will be held on January 23. “This programme is our nation’s contribution to the global effort of eradicati
  • Orientation of Gurus from NEZCC held
    Dimapur, January 19 (MExN): The orientation programme for the Guru’s under Guru Shishya Parampara Scheme of NEZCC was held at IGNOU, New Delhi from January 17 to 19, 2011. NEZCC Director, Som Kamei, IPS stated in a press release that the Orientation Programme was organized by Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and NEZCC, Ministry of Culture, Government of India. Altogether 8 (eight) Gurus and 8 (eight) accompanists from the NEZCC are attending the programme. The Indir
  • State Medical Board constituted
    Kohima, January 19 (DIPR): For the purpose of confirmation invalidation, commutation of pension etc in respect of the Gazetted Officers of the State Government as well as of the Central Government staff posted in Nagaland, the department of Health & Family has constituted State Medical Board with the following officers: Principal Director-Chairman; Director NHAK-Member Secretary; Medical Specialist NHAK-Member; Eye Specialist NHAK-Member; Surgical Specialist NHAK-Member; M&G Sp
  • Regional conclave on climate change at Mkg today
    Mokokchung, January 19 (DIPR): At the time when climate change poses a serious threat to livelihood and at the time when there is an urgent to address climate change issues collectively, a regional conclave on climate change is being organized at Mokokchung town on January 20. The conclave to be held at Tourist Lodge will be attended by leaders of North East from cross sections of society. It is organised by the Eastern Himalayan Decentralised Resource Centre (EHRDC) of LEAD INDIA and
  • Pangnyu inaugurate approach road under MGNREGS
    S.Pangyu Phom, Parliamentary Secretary RD & REPA with Departmental Officials during the inauguration of Community Approach Road on 14/01/11. The road was constructed under MGNREGS having a stretch of 13 KMs connecting four villages viz; Kuthur, Kiutsukiur, Shipongner and Y.Anner. (Morung Photo) Dimapur, January 19 (DIPR): The Parliamentary Secretary for Rural Development & REPA, Pangnyu Phom had a series of inaugural programme on his way of attending the program on January
  • ‘Mary Kay: a complete way for beautiful women’
    (Left to Right) Hina Nagarajan, country manager, Mary Kay Cosmetics India and KK Chua, president, Asia Pacific Region, Mary Kay Inc with the newly launched Mary Kay Timewise Microdermabrasion Set, during a press conference held on January 19. (Morung Photo)  Dimapur, January 19 (MExN): Global beauty care leader, Mary Kay is again on a mission to enrich women’s’ lives in Nagaland. The company executive representatives held a press conference today at Ana Ki conference h
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Taxi pre-paid counter system Kohima, January 19 (MExN): The All Nagaland Taxi Association Kohima Unit is introducing taxi pre-paid counter system for Kohima to Dimapur for the convenience of the passenger and taxi owners/drivers at Opposite New NST Kohima. This arrangement has been introduced for the safety and convenience of commuter and also establish a more disciplined passenger transport services. For any further information, contact 9206346489, 9206346490 and 9612631636. This was
  • Quality education still wanting in Chang area
    Dimapur, January 18 (MExN): The Confederation of Chang Students’ Union (CCSU) undertook educational tour from October 19 to November 22, 2010 within its jurisdiction. The tour covered 68 schools which comprises of GPSs, GMSs, GHSs and GHSS.CCSU finds out irregular teacher, misuse of fund, lack of basic infrastructuresGiving an account on the findings of the tour, M. Aolen, Education Secretary, CCSU and I. Tochi Press & Information Secretary, CCSU stated that the educational s
  • Human Rights Committee constituted
    Kohima, January 18 (DIPR): In the absence of State Human Rights Commission in Nagaland under Sub-Section (1) of Section 21 of Protection of Human Rights Acts, 1993, the Government of Nagaland has constituted State Level Human Rights Committee and District level Human Rights Committee.  The State Level Human Rights Committee will have Home Commissioner, Nagaland, Kohima-Chairman; Secretary, Law & Justice-Member; Special Secretary (Home)-Member Secretary and Joint Secretary (P&a
  • Niketu Iralu graces WASU 39th general conference
    Niketu Iralu speaking at WASU general conference on January 18. (Morung Photo)  Jotsoma | January 18 : The Western Angami Students’ Union (WASU) today held its 39th general conference at the auditorium hall of Kohima Science College, Jotsoma under the theme “Edifying the civic values.” Speaking on the occasion as the chief guest, Niketu Iralu, trustee, friends of Moral Re-armament (India), trustee, Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research, Guwahati and N
  • Stage set for 65th AKM general conference
    The main entrance of the 65th AKM General Conference at Ungma village. Altogether 2,500 delegates will be attending the three day conference which begins from Wednesday, January 19 and continues till Friday, January 21, 2011. (Morung Photo) Ungma, January 18 (MExN): The 65th General Conference of the Ao Kaketshir Mungdang (AKM) – apex student body of the Ao people – is all set to kick start at Ungma village under Mokokchung district. Ungma village is the biggest villag