Nagaland

  • Call to Shine and Touch the life of others
    Students of St. Joseph School, Chumukedima march past, during the annual sports meet 2011 held on March 16.  Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): The Annual Sports Meet 2011 was held at St. Joseph School, Chumukedima on March 16 with N. Hushiili Sema, IAS, Secy, Dept. of Women Development, Govt. of Nagaland as chief guest, while Rev. Fr. Sojan P, said the invocation prayer. A press note issued by Rev. Fr. Loyola Antony, St. Joseph School, Chumukedima informed that while, addressing the stude
  • Kohima DPDB monthly meet held
    Dimapur, March 16 (DIPR): The monthly Kohima District Planning & Development Board (DPDB) meeting was held on March 15, 2011 at DC’s Conference hall, Kohima. Chairing the meeting, Advisor, IT & C, Vikho-o Yhoshu, reviewed the last meeting minutes, which was held at Naga Hospital Authority Kohima (NHAK) in the month of February 2011. The Kohima DPDB had donated ten benches to the hospital for the convenience of the attendants and the outdoor patients and the Chairman read
  • Students’ creates social & environmental alertness
    Students of Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) march towards Dimapur from Kohima in a mass rally held on the theme “Social awareness and environmental alertness”. Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): Journeying from Kohima to Dimapur, a mass rally initiated by Students’ Union of Patkai Christian College (Autonomous) culminated today. Students had started the mass rally (on foot) from Kohima to Dimapur under the theme “Social awareness and environmental alertness
  • Civic action programme...
    Brigadier Rajesh Tyagi (Third From Left), chief engineer, headquarters, 3 Corps; his wife (Second From left) and the principal (Second From Right) of Cornerstone Higher Secondary School, Dimapur are seen during the inaugural of the school’s auditorium on Wednesday, March 16. The auditorium was constructed under Operation Sadbhavana – the civic action programme of the Indian Army and conceptualized by the 3 Corps, Rangapahar. (Morung Photo)
  • Stolen computers from Zunheboto Government College recovered
    Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): The Zunheboto Government College deeply appreciates the officers and constables of Zunheboto Police Station for recovering three stolen computers belonging to the college and bringing the culprits to book. A press note issued by Dr Chubatola Aier, principal, ZCG stated that the Zunheboto Government College students, staff and faculty were shocked when three, out of the seven computers issued by the government meant for students and college use were stolen in J
  • World Consumer Rights Day held at Phek
    Dimapur, March16 (DIPR): Along with rest of the state, the World Consumer Rights day was organized at Phek Headquarters in the form of workshop, which was jointly organized by the department of Legal Metrology & Consumer Protection (LMCP) and Phek District Voluntary Consumer Organization (PDVCO) at Phek town council office.The main speaker Chief Advisor PTC, Shevotso Rhakho emphasized that right of the consumer is the most important aspect in our daily life as all of our activities
  • ‘Development should be the core vision in leadership’
    C.Kipili Sangtam, MLA and Chairman NSMDC, speaking at the felicitation program held at Public ground, Kiphire. Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): Hundreds of NPF supporters from 59 A/C Seyochung-Sitimi Constituency (Kiphire) assembled at public ground, Kiphire at the felicitation programme of the ‘new comers’ of the Party which was organized by the 59th A/C NPF party. Speaking at the program as chief guest, C.Kipili Sangtam MLA, Chairman NSMDC and Chairman DPDB Kiphire who is f
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Poetry Festival on ‘Child Rights’Dimapur, March 16 (MExN): North East Zone Cultural Centre, jointly with the United Tribal Society will be organizing Poetry Festival on the theme of Child Rights at NEZCC Complex from March 17 to 19. NEZCC   Director, Som Kamei, IPS in a press release said that this programme is organized with the objective of highlighting the issue of Child Rights and bring about more public awareness on the subject. The main highlights of the fes
  • Couples’ seminar held at Kohima
    Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung speaking during the Couples’ seminar held under the theme family renewal, held at Kohima Lotha Baptist Church. (Morung photo) Kohima | March 15 : A couples’ seminar under the theme “Family’s Renewal” was organized by Nagaland Baptist Church and held today at Kohima Lotha Baptist Church. Many married couple from different Churches attended the seminar, where Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung, Ambassador at large, overseas Naga Association (ON
  • Milie-ngyi festival...
    The Zelianrong community celebrated Milei-ngyi festival today at the District Headquarter New Peren with Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio as the Chief celebrant. (Left) Man folk takes part in indigenous game (center) young girls dressed in traditional attire looks on as (Right) CM Neiphiu Rio and other delegates participates in the tug-of war during the festival. (Sorei Mahong/Photos) 
  • NCC workshop held at St Joseph’s College Jakhama
    DIMAPUR, MARCH 15 (MExN): A one day workshop was organised, under the aegis of 66 Nagaland Girls Battalion NCC, Kohima commanded by Lt Col Joy Choudhury, at St Joseph’s College, Jakhama on Saturday, March 12, 2011. The aim of the workshop was to provide the Cadets of the National Cadet Corps (NCC) an insight into what is expected of them, at the Services Selection Board, for selection and recruitment, as Officers, into the Indian Armed Forces.According to a press note from Lt Col
  • DNP+ reaches out to mass
    Dimapur, March 15 (MExN): The Dimapur Network of people living with HIV/AIDS (DNP+), Dimapur conducted an advocacy cum sensitization programme with the rickshaw and thella pullers of Dimapur on March 6, 2011 at Centre for Community Transformation, Walford, Dimapur under the theme “Reaching out the unreached”, supported by Nagaland State AIDS Control Society (NSACS), Kohima. A press note issued by Moatemjen Phom, president Dimapur Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (DNP+
  • 1 for 50 Training at Dimapur from today
    Dimapur, March 15 (MExN): Over 2.2 billion Children live in our planet and about 2/3 of them are yet to receive the Gospel. The best people to help nurture, reach and disciple them are those who live in their community, speak their language and have ongoing relationship with them as they grow.In the first Global Children’s Forum in 2008, renowned Children Ministries combined to initiate the idea of equipping ONE Outreach and Discipleship Leader for every 50 children in Churches a
  • Residents of Arkong Ward, Mkg repairs road
    Dimapur, March 15 (MExN): The residents of Arkong Ward of Mokokchung town, who resides either sides of the road along the Ongpangkong Salang and Genesis Junction have repaired the road through their own contributions.The MCCI in a press note issued by its general secretary Bendang Walling and secretary information & publicity M.R.Rai stated: “The road condition of any locality reflects the amount of effort put in by the government for the development of the locality as well a
  • LMRSU to inspect establishments
    Dimapur, February 15 (MExN): The Lotha Middle Range Students’ Union (LMRSU) has directed all government employees under its jurisdiction to be regular in their duties. The Union will be inspecting all establishments from time to time and stern action will be taken against the defaulters as per the Union’s resolution. This was informed in a press note issued by LMRSU president Benathung Odyuo. The LMRSU has requested all contractors under its jurisdiction not to ply with hea
  • NPF legislature party meeting
    Dimapur, March 15 (MExN): A meeting of the members of the Legislature Party of Nagaland People’s Front NPF will be held at the State Banquet Hall at 2:00 pm on March 21, 2011 to discuss the agenda before the legislative assembly session and other related matters. Also, all members of the Legislature Party of Naga People’s Front (NPF) & Associate Members of NPF are invited to the Ninth Session of the Eleventh Nagaland Legislative Assembly to begin from March 22, 2011. Th
  • Dimapur Book Fair underway at NEZCC
    Dimapur Deputy Commissioner Maongwati Aier at a book pavilion during the Dimapur Book Fair on March 14 with (second left) Benny Kurian, Director, National Book Trust, and Director NEZCC Som Kamei (second right). (Caisii Mao/Photo) Dimapur, March 14 (MExN): Sharing space in the biggest performing art festival- the North East Spring Festival, the Dimapur Book Fair kick started today. Hosted by the National Book Trust, India in association with North East Zone Cultural Centre and Dis
  • Support for highest level summit expressed in Chennai
    Nagas in Chennai hold a candle light prayer service as an appeal to Naga national leaders for the highest level summit of reconciliation.  Dimapur, March 14 (MExN): The Naga Students Union Chennai (NSUC) and Naga Christian Fellowship Chennai organised a candle light prayer service at the Madras Centenary Telugu Baptist Church in Chennai from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on March 13 to appeal the Naga national leaders for the highest level summit of reconciliation immediately and prayed
  • Mex News File
    CSDD informs Dimapur, March 14 (MExN): The Consumer Society Dimapur District informs all its Advisory Board members, office bearers and executive members to attend the World Consumer Rights’ Day on March 15. CSDD general secretary Khekivi Wotsa in a press release stated that the programme will be conducted at the CSDD office premises (Millenium Market) at 8:00 am on March 15.  NBC Chumu silver jubilee Dimapur, March 14 (MExN): The Nepali Baptist Church, Chumukedima Village,
  • DU to represent Nagaland in theatre festival
    Dimapur, March 14 (MExN): Dreamz Unlimited (DU), the most happening theatre society in State will be once again taking stage in the forth coming Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA), New Delhi Indigenous North East Theatre Festival and workshop 2011. The festival has three chapters- NE chapter, Guwahati Chapter and Delhi Chapter. All the eight states of North East will be participating and only indigenous plays will be performed. The festival is scheduled to be held from