Nagaland

  • Rotary Club Dimapur inaugurates Twin Projects
    Rotary Club of Dimapur inaugurates Vocational Training Centre-Tailoring Unit in association with Micro Development Society at Lahorijan on March 27. Earlier, it had also inaugurated an Adult Literacy Camp. Dimapur, April 3 (MExN): Rotary Club of Dimapur inaugurated Twin Projects - Adult Literacy Camp and Vocational Training Centre-Tailoring Unit in association with Micro Development Society at Lahorijan on March 27, 2011. Rotarians, Annes, Rotarylets, large numbers of villagers, m
  • Internet & ICT schemes for govt. officials
    Kohima | April 2 : The number of users of the internet has been doubling every year and it is growing steadily, yet its penetration in the state has been limited. This was stated in the annual administrative report of Information Technology and Communication Department. In order to give a thrust towards an informed society, a scheme for provision of wireless internet connectivity was initiated. This provision of wireless internet connectivity is being implemented through issue of data
  • NASU presidential meet
    Kohima, April 2 (MExN): The Northern Angami Students Union (NASU) will hold a presidential meeting on April 4 at NASU office, Northern Angami Public Organization (NAPO) Building, Keziekie, Kohima at 2:00 pm. All the unit presidents and general secretaries have been requested to attend the same without fail.
  • Kaito to grace Aoleang festival
    Dimapur, April 2 (MExN): Aoleang, the premier festival of the Konyaks will be celebrated from April 1 to 6. The main programme will be held on April 5, at the Local Football Ground, Mon with Minister for PWD (R&B) Kaito as the chief guest while Parliamentary Secretary for Information & Public Relations, Economics and Statistic R. Tohanba as the guest of honour. A press note issued by S. Hongpi Konyak, DPRO, Mon informed that the function will be dedicated by District Chaplain,
  • CANSSEA Wokha elects new office bearers
    Dimapur, April 2 (MExN): As notified, an emergency meeting was convened on March 31, 2011 at LTC Hall to discuss various issues confronting the employees of the Unit namely, release of DA, opening of Bazaar Branch & ATM Service at Wokha Town, collection of membership fees, creation of Employees Grievances Cell in the Central Office, construction of CANSSEA Wokha Unit Office building and other related issues. A press note issued by Yibonthung Humtsoe, general secretary, CANSSEA Wokh
  • The Maple Tree: Education transcending the confines of the classroom
    Divya Karan, education development manager from ‘idiscoveri’ seen interacting with parents during the orientation programme on Saturday, April 2. (Morung Photo) DIMAPUR, APRIL 2 (MExN): The Maple Tree - a school equipped with innovative child-centred teaching methods will begin its journey of imparting all-round quality education, this April. A brainchild of Sanen Imchen and Sashikala Imchen – the school with classes from pre-KG to Grade 5 and a plan to add one c
  • IGNOU celebrates its 22nd Convocation
    Parliamentary Secretary for IPR and Economics & Statistics R. Tohanba, and Regional Director Dr. T. Iralu along with the recipients of the various Degrees/Diplomas and certificates at the 22nd Convocation of IGNOU Kohima Regional Centre on April 2. (DIPR Photo) Kohima | April 2 : Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) Nagaland have joined along with the rest of the country in celebrating its 22nd Convocation held today, at Nagaland Teacher Education (NCTE) Kohima with
  • Towards a Greener, Cleaner Nagaland
    Dimapur, April 1 (MExN): Don Bosco School, Wokha with the support of NESRC organized a one day awareness programme on ‘Climate Change’ for the students of the School and teachers from the locality on March 31, 2011. A press note informed that the programme was organized to sensitize teachers and students. The programme began with talk for the students and later for the teachers. The resource person for both the programme was Ranjan K Baruah, Chief Convener of Youth Alliance
  • Say Geese...
    A little boy from Phelungre village, in Kiphire district, playfully shows off his feathered friends (Geese) while posing for a photograph. Phelungre is one of the oldest village in this region. (Morung Photo/Lipichem Sangtam)
  • NSUD elects new office bearers
    Dimapur, April 1 (MExN): The Naga student’s union Dehradun (NSUD) conducted their 14th general election for the appointment of new executive members for the following tenure 2011-2012 on March 26. A press note received here has informed that Zubemo lotha was elected as president, Hokato Achumi as vice president, Vetsuzo as general secretary, Katoho Achumi as assistant general secretary, Philip Achumi as games and sports secretary, Chuba Imsong as assistant games and spo
  • Thilixu villagers informed
    Dimapur, April 1 (MExN): All the Thilixu villagers who reside and have plantations/fisheries etc within the premises of Thilixu villages are informed to submit one passport photo in favour of Patta holders’ name on or before April 30, 2011 for computerization of Patta in order to avoid inconveniences in the future. A press note issued by L. Khevishe Sema, Chairman, Thiluxu village council stated, “Failing which the council will not bear any responsibilities in relation to i
  • VDB Secretaries Association inducts new members
    Dimapur, April 1 (MExN): The Dimapur District VDB Secretaries’ Association in its annual general meeting held on March 31 at the residence of its outgoing banker, Signal Basti constituted a new team of office bearers for the tenure 2011-2016. Tohoshe Awomi was unanimously selected by the house as president with Yehoto Zhimo and Vikato Wotsa as vice presidents, Trilongse Sangtam as general secretary, Medove Koza as finance secretary, Kughato Awomi as banker, Atoki Zhimo as joint s
  • Seminar on Red Cross movement held
    Dimapur, April 1 (DIPR): A seminar on Red Cross Movement and Basic First Aid was held at Deputy Commissioner’s Conference hall on March 29, 2011 with Deputy Commissioner Zunheboto, T. Kiheto Sema as the chief guest. The Deputy Commissioner in his speech highlighted the meaning of Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS) and said that the IRCS functions independently, neutrally and there is no political interference. He also lamented over the poor performance of IRCS last year but commente
  • Loyola School Jakhama hosts inaugural prog
    Dimapur, April 1(MExN): The Cultural Club of Loyola School, Jakhama had its inaugural Programme for the year on April 1, 2011 in the School Hall. Rev Fr (Dr) Abraham Mhonchan, Principal, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama and Life Member of INTACH were the chief guests. Sentila Yanger, Convenor of INTACH (Nagaland) and T. L. Merry, Co-Convenor of INTACH (Nagaland) & Vice-President of NPF were the guests of honour.A press note issued by Joe Coelho SJ, Headmaster, Loyola School, Jak
  • ‘NSSWB, a platform for women empowerment’
    Dimapur, April 1 (MExN): The “Passing out ceremony” of the successful trainees sponsored by the Nagaland State Social Welfare Board was held on March 29 at the Office of the Entrepreneur Development and Integrated Training Institute (EDITI) at 11:00 am. The ceremony was chaired by Mezhi Managing Director, EDITI.  In her welcome address, she welcomed Rhakila Lakiumong, chairperson NSSWB, who was the chief guest, other members, officials and trainees. EDITI she stressed,
  • ‘State has immense potential in food processing’
    Resource persons conducing practical lessons on pickle making at an awareness camp on agro-based and food processing. (Morung Photo) Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): Realising the immense potential of agro- based food processing industry in the state, the Khadi and Village Industry Commission (KVIC) has been promoting entrepreneurs through awareness camps, skill development and financial assistance. “Nagaland has immense scope in food processing,” Deputy Director KVIC, Rualkh
  • Wokha VDB secretaries pass resolutions
    Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): The VDB secretaries Union of Sanis RD Block Wokha held a meeting on March 25, 2011 at its block office with the new BDO. The meeting was held to review the different programmes and schemes under Rural Development for the betterment and development of the block. It also held a technical session on various schemes. A press note issued by Rhonathung Kikon, president VDB secretaries, Union RD Block Sanis, Wokha informed that the project director DRDA Wokha Hello S
  • CVC issues rejoinder to DDCF news item
    Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): Reacting to a news item “DDCF oppose change of nomenclature of Dimapur” published in The Morung Express on March 27, the Chumukedima Village Council stated that the entire land of sector “C” belongs to the Nagas. “As such within the traditional territory, there are sectors to appropriate Naga villages, in which Chumukedima Village happens to be one of the traditional owner of this part of Naga territory, particularly Dimapur,̶
  • NWHD submits memo to Naga Political Leaders
    Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): Expressing appreciation, support and concerns to the Government of the Peoples Republic of Nagalim, The Naga Women Hoho, Dimapur submitted a memorandum to the Naga Political leaders: NSCN /GPRN & GPRN/NSCN on March 28, 2011 stating “Support for Naga Reconciliation and Peace Process at the Highest Level Meeting”. Through the memorandum, appended by Hukheli T. Wotsa, president, and Liangsi Niumai John, general secretary, Naga Women Hoho, The NWHD
  • Medziphema Town informed on water supply disruption
    Dimapur, March 31 (MExN): The water supply to Medziphema Town has been cut off since past two weeks, and the Departmental staff has been working around the clock but could not restore water supply to the Town dwellers. A press note issued by Er. P Khetoi Awomi, executive Engineer (PHED), Rural Division, Dimapur notified that the water supply disruption has occurred, owing to main pipe line 150mm dia. G.I pipe ‘crossing its life span’, and also breaking of pipe in many place