Nagaland

  • CCC informs patta holders
    Dimapur, March 31(MExN): The Chiephobozou Central Council has informed the Chiephobozou town plot ‘patta’ holders as per the general meeting resolution on February 26, 2010 that each ‘patta’ holder of the town should construct his or her house within two years with effect from 2010. If failed to comply, his or her patta will be cancelled on the expiry of notified two years. The resolution was jointly signed by former NAPA President Neitso Sogotsu, DC Kohima Bei-
  • Entrepreneurship & Skill Development on BPO
    Ricky Ozukum (Extreme Left),Yanger Pongen (Second From Left), Wabangla Imchen (Extreme Left) and Imlienla (Second From Right) alongwith the trainees during the inaugural on Thursday, March 31. (Morung Photo) DIMAPUR, MARCH 31 (MExN): A training programme - ‘Entrepreneurship & Skill Development on BPO’ began on Thursday, March 31. The programme is being conducted by the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship, Guwahati in association with Alaphra Group, Nagaland. It is
  • LOCAL Briefs
    ASU’s 24th biennial conferenceKohima, March 31 (MExN): The Angami Students’ Union (ASU) will be holding its 24th Biennial General Conference from April 8 to 18 at Sovima village with the theme “Re-orienting priorities”. The event is designated as one of the prime event of the Angami students’ community wherein thousands of delegates from all ranges of the Angami region are expected to take part.Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio will grace the inaugural session as
  • Healthcare report reveals manpower shortage, inadequate infrastructure
    (From Right) The representatives from Bade, Pimla and Sovima villages who received the awards alongwith Dr. Sukhato A Sema, Azheto Zhimomi  and department officials on Wednesday, March 30.  (Pradeep Pareek Photo) DIMAPUR, MARCH 30 (MExN): Five medical sub-centres under Niuland sub-division is rendered inaccessible during the monsoons. The Chief Medical Officer of Dimapur district, Dr. Sukhato A. Sema disclosed this while presenting a report on the ‘District Scenari
  • CNBC unites under new name with renewed commitment
    Dimapur, March 30 (MExN): Recognizing the felt needs of uniting the Naga Baptist Associations towards fulfillment of God’s mission together and in view of accommodating all the Naga Christians, the Council of Naga Baptist Churches (CNBC) has changed its name into Fellowship of Naga Baptist Associations (FNBA).  A press note issued by Rev.  Dr. V. K. Nuh, General Secretary, FNBA informed that this change of name was unanimously adopted at the 25th Anniversary celebration
  • KUD to celebrate Aoleang Monyu
    Dimapur, March 30 (MExN): Kongan Union Dimapur (KUD) will celebrate Aoleang Monyu on April 6. KUD President E. Pangjei Konyak and his colleagues has invited all , students, individuals and  families residing within Dimapur district to join the celebration at the residence of Ngampai (former union President) on April 6 without fail. Those attending are requested to wear traditional attire. Special events of the day will include folk song competitions, war dance and history sharing.
  • LOCAL Briefs
    ZPO emergency meetingKohima, March 30 (MExN): An emergency executive meeting of the Zeliang People Organization (ZPO) will be held on April 9 at 11:00 am at the residence of Haisuipeung Iheilung, Deputy Speaker, ZPO at Jalukie town. Special invitees to the meeting include; chairman & head GB Old Nkio village, chairman & head GB Old Peren village, chairman & head GB Old Jalukie village, chairman & head GB Old Beisumpui village, chairman & head GB Lamhai-Dungki villag
  • Sensitization training on metal health
    Dimapur, March 30 (MExN): One day sensitization training on mental health for medical officers was held at the conference hall of the chief medical office, Kiphire on March 29. The medical superintendent, deputy chief medical officer, medical officer, MO, DIO, DTO and other medical officers of the district hospital and PHC Kiphire participated in the training. The training was conducted in four sessions. Addressing the first session Dr. V. Nagi, Psychiatrist and Joint Director, Departm
  • Phek seeks restoration of NST normal service
    Phek | March 29 : Commuters from Phek to Dimapur are facing difficulty as the Nagaland State Transport (NST) bus night service has been scheduled on alternate days by the department. Reliable sources have informed that as per the provision set aside for the district head quarter town, regular bus for night service was provided to the people of the town which catered commuters from the entire neighboring villages, however, the regular service of the same was put to a halt for the last a
  • Cricket Mania hits town
    Children are seen playing cricket at Dimapur, Nagaland on Tuesday, March 29, 2011. India will play against Pakistan in the second semi final of the ICC Cricket World Cup on March 30 at Mohali, Chandigarh. Wednesday’s much-hyped World Cup semifinal match against arch rival Pakistan, has created such a cricket fever in India that it has even been reported, that on social networking site Facebook, more than 100,000 people voted a resounding yes to a poll on whether March 30 should b
  • LFHSS student to participate in National Quiz Competition
    Kiran Jha, Class X student of Livingstone Foundation Higher Secondary School will participate in the National Quiz Competition at Mumbai, representing Nagaland.  Dimapur, March 29 (MExN): IDEA in association with Derek O’Brien conducted an Inter school Quiz Competition (“Kaho what’s your Idea”) at Christian Higher Secondary School on March 25, 2011. A press note issued by Levi E. Katy, Secretary, Livingstone Foundation Hr. Secondary School, Thaekhu-Kevijau,
  • 12 prison deptt officers promoted
    Officers of Prison Department, who were promoted on March 29. Kohima, March 29 (MExN): 12 officers from Prison Department have been promoted. The ceremony was conducted on March 23, 2011 in this regard by DG Prison, HG & CD. Dedicatory prayer was said by V. Theyo, Pastor, Police Baptist Church and Chaplain Kwetsu, District Jail, Kohima.
  • Nagaland records increase in revenue receipts
    Kohima | March 29 : The revenue receipts of the state increased by 318.87 crore (9.38 percent) from Rs.3400.89 crore in 2008-09 to Rs. 3719.76 crore in 2009-10 mainly due to increase in grants from Government of India (Rs. 336.39 crore), state’s own tax own revenue (Rs. 24.49 crore) and state’s share of union taxes and duties (Rs. 12.19 crore). The revenue receipts at 3719.76 crore was however, higher than the assessment made by the state government in its Fiscal Correction
  • Get involved in developmental activities: Kaisa Rio
    Lady Wife of Chief Minister Nagaland Kaisa Rio, chief guest at the 29th general meeting of the Mon District NPF Women wing held today, March 29. Dimapur, March 29 (MExN): The 29th general meeting of the Mon District NPF Women wing was held today, March 29, 2011 at NPF office, Mon. Addressing the party workers, Kaisa Rio Lady wife of Chief Minister Nagaland, who was the chief guest said that after the formation of DAN government, women development, women commission, Mahilla battali
  • LOCAL Briefs
    ANSTGA informs Dimapur, March 29 (MExN): The All Nagaland Small Tea Growers Association (ANSTGA) on March 29, held an emergency meeting at its Head Office Dimapur for some urgent mater relating to pending issue with Tea Board of India. The meeting deliberated on opposing the release of subsidy based on unreliable and biased G.P.S survey conducted by Tea Board without government approved Surveyor.  A press note issued by D Hukiye Kibami, president and I Imi Yaden, general secretary
  • LOCAL News in brief
    CUD general meet Cum Aoleang festivalDimapur, March 28 (MExN): The Chen Union Dimapur (CUD) will hold its 15th General Meeting Cum Aoleang Festival on April 2, 2011 at its Mission. A press note issued by Chenlip Yakha Salym, General Secretary, CUD informed all the members to be present for the meeting and also to clear any pending membership fees. The unregistered members are requested to get registered in the Union on same day with one time registration fee of Rs.500 only. PUK plannin
  • NSUD executive council elected for 2011-12
    Back row - The new President and his colleagues. Front row - Election Commissioners and officials Dimapur, March 28 (MExN): The Election Commission of the Naga Students’ Union, Delhi (NSUD), after having successfully fulfilled its constitutionally-mandated responsibility, announces that the following have been elected to the NSUD executive council (2011-2012): Boveio Poukai Duo as president, Seve Vadeo as vice-President, Jerry Tsanglao as genral secretary, Leiyaza Hushu Wung
  • Day-5 Assembly Session highlights
    Advisor, Art & Culture NRE and Science and Technology Deo Nikhu taking part in the general discussion on the Budget for 2011-12 on March 28. (DIPR Photo)  Kohima | March 28 : 40 centres without full time administrative officer: Rio Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, today at the ongoing budget session at the Nagaland Legislative Assembly Hall, Kohima stated that there are 164 administrative centres manned by administrative officers in the state. Replying this to MLA Tokheho, Rio also
  • Advocacy prog on drug abuse and HIV/AIDS
    Dimapur, March 28 (MExN): Nagaland Users Network in its endeavour to combat the twin epidemic of Drug Addiction and HIV/AIDS conducted a two days Advocacy and sensitization workshop on Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS on March 26 and 27 with the stakeholders of Northern and Southern region of Rengma area. A press note issued by Ruokozo Theyo, general secretary, Nagaland Users Network informed that the programme was supported by NSACS, Kohima Users Network, Kripa Foundation, Tseminyu and Peoples
  • LOCAL Briefs
    EC India notifiesKohima, March 28 (DIPR): The Election Commission of India had notified the amendment of rule 90 of Conduct of Elections rules, 1961 vide their letter No. 3/1/2011/SDR dated February 25, 2011 and Ministry of Law & Justice Legislative Department New Delhi vide Notification F.No.H-11019(1) 2010-Leg II dated February 23, 2011 increasing the maximum limit of Election expenses to be incurred by the contesting candidate for Parliamentary and State Assembly elections in th