• ‘Let us work together to bring in the lost souls’
    Evangelist from the CRBC, the Rev. S Thong is seen pronouncing a prayer during the ceremony at Burma Camp Nagamese Baptist Church on Sunday, May 8. Newly appointed executives of the NBCA, the Rev. R. Meren and the Rev. Dr. Chen Rengma along with their wives are seen kneeling in prayer. The Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung is seen on the right.   DIMAPUR, MAY 8 (MExN): Nagamese Baptist Church Association (NBCA), established in February 2008 is now an affiliate of the Nagaland Baptist Chu
  • Mothers Day with a difference at Thahekhu Baptist Church
    Thahekhu Youths distributing tree saplings to Mothers on Mother’s Day celebration held today at Thahekhu Baptist Church, Dimapur.  DIMAPUR, MAY 8 (MExN): With the rest of the world, the Thahekhu Baptist Church today observed Mother’s Day with Rev. Phughoto Aye, Director, Wind & Fire Ministry, as the speaker who spoke on the theme ‘A visionary Mother ’.  Y.Hewoto Awomi, MLA exhorted the mothers and urged them to be an honest wife of a husband and a
  • Friendship Day
    Elderly citizens join the feast during the Friendship Day of 80 Plus friends, that was held in Kohima village recently. (Morung Photo/ Chizokho Vero)
  • NU holds Colloquium on Tagore
    Dimapur, May 8 (MExN): The Teaching Faculty in the School of Humanities and Education, Nagaland University, Kohima Campus, Meriema, held a Colloquium on Rabindranath Tagore on the occasion of his 150th birth anniversary on May 7, 2011, at the Conference hall of the Department of Education, NU, Kohima. In his introductory remarks, Prof. Imtisungba, Dean of the School, spoke of the immense contribution Tagore has made towards the socio-cultural scenario of our country through his educati
  • LOCAL Briefs
    DSW informs on selection of Anganwadi workersKohima, May 8 (MExN): The Directorate of Social Welfare, Kohima informed that call letter issued for written test/viva voice for selection of Anganwadi workers for promotion to the post of supervisor under the department of social welfare Nagaland vide office letter No. SW/ICDS-6/99/2336 dated 21.4.11 is hereby postponed due to unavoidable circumstance. The date and time for conducting written test and viva voice for the same will be informe
  • Education Commission felicitates toppers
    Toppers with Education Commission Diocese of Kohima during the felicitation celebration held at St.Mary’s Higher Secondary School Padampukri Dimapur.  Dimapur, May 8 (MExN): The Commission for Education Diocese of Kohima Nagaland felicitated the toppers from the Catholic Education Institutions of Nagaland on May 6, 2011. A press note issued by Rev.Fr.Mathew John Thuniampral, Bishop’s House Dimapur stated that the celebration was held at St.Mary’s Higher Secondary
  • Timber in Peren district banned from 15th June
    Some trucks ferrying timber in Peren district which was seized by ZSUN in Jalukie on 2nd May Peren | May 7 : Timber logging business in Peren district will be prohibited with effect from 15th June till October 2011 stated a press release issued by the Zeliangrong Students’ Union (Nagaland). The decision was made after a consultative meeting held on 7th May 2011 at Jalukie Administrative rest house between Zeliangrong Students Union Nagaland and Nagaland Timber Traders’
  • ‘AIDS orphans crisis has a catastrophic impact’
    Kohima | May 7 : Nagaland State joined along with the rest of the world in celebrating World AIDS Orphan’s Day under the theme “Childs’ Right” held today at State Academy Hall.Addressing the gathering, Abie-Meru, President Naga Mothers Association who graced the occasion as the chief guest said more than 25 million children worldwide have lost one or both parents to AIDS where behind the statistics there are numerous stories of children suffering from AIDS. Abie
  • DMC undertakes drainage clearing drive
    DMC workers clearing a drain behind Christian Higher Secondary School on Friday. Dimapur, May 7 (MExN): In order to prevent water logging problem especially in the low lying areas during monsoon season, Dimapur Municipal Council has set up 19 member special task force led by one sardar for clearing garbage and wastes blocking main sewerages and drains around the town. A press release issued by the publicity Cell DMC informed that the garbage clearing work began on war footing note
  • Supply chain for horti products from Nagaland to be facilitated
    Dimapur, May 7 (MExN): Central Institute of Horticulture (CIH), Department of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India in collaboration with National Horticulture Board (NHB) and Government of Nagaland organized a two day workshop on “supply chain & marketing of horticulture crops” at SASRD-NU Auditorium, Medziphema, Dimapur, Nagaland. A press release received here informed that as a follow up of NE Marketing Summit that was held durin
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Green Sons meeting on May 9 Dimapur, May 7 (MExN): Green Succession of Nagaland State (Green Sons) has convened a meeting on May 9, 4:00 p.m at the Oral Dental Care Clinic, Opp. Metro Hospital, Dimapur. All the Executives Members, Advisor are requested to attend the meeting positively.Seminar for aspiring entrepreneurs Dimapur, May 7 (MExN): The Youth Association of Nagaland (YAN) is organizing a seminar for entrepreneurs on May 13 at the IMC hall in Dimapur. Parliamentary Secretary of
  • ‘Epidemics, high cost feeds leads to retarded animal growth’
    Kohima, May 7 (MExN): Emphasizing that a time has come the for North Eastern Region to have self sufficiency in agriculture and animals produces, minister for Planning & Coordination, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry, Evaluation and Parliamentary Affairs, T.R. Zeliang, underscored two major factors responsible for stagnated growth of animal populations in the region, particularly Nagaland.First, is the unaccounted dead of animals populations due un-control epidemics, which claims la
  • Nagaland wins another award on RSBY
    Yanger Aier, project officer, directorate of labour receives awards in the implementation of Rashtriya Swasthya Yojana in Nagaland. Kohima | May 6 : Another feather was added to the cap of the state by getting more awards in the implementation of Rashtriya Swasthya Yojana (RSBY) in Nagaland. The award was received by Yanger Aier, project officer, directorate of labour Nagaland from Union Minister for Labour & Employment in the presence of Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh and dir
  • Youth decides to love nature, protect nature and enjoy nature
    Dimapur, May 6 (MExN): The peace channel Jalukie organized Peace Venture on the Theme: “Love Nature, Protect Nature and Enjoy Nature” at Jalukie Peak. The purpose of the venture was to create a strong love for the nature. A press note issued by Peace Channel stated that over 137 students from Baptist School Samziuram, Baptist School Jalukie (B) St. Xaviers Higher Secondary School and Govt. Hr. Sec. High School assembled at St. Xavier’s Higher Secondary School campus f
  • Seminar on child protection for schools and church
    Resource persons along with the participants outside NBCC office during the three days seminar held on child protection at Kohima. Kohima | May 6 : A three day seminar on child protection for schools and church association, hosted by Nagaland Baptist church Council, was held here at the NBCC office that was facilitated by the office of Child Protection, Church of Christ in Thailand. A team of ten members from Thailand are currently in the state capital to spread the awareness
  • LOCAL Briefs
    Counseling for technical courses on May 17 Dimapur, May 6 (MExN): The department of technical education will be organising counseling for technical courses like engineering, medical, tourism and hotel management etc on May 17 at 11:00 am at Don Bosco higher Secondary School, Kohima for class 12 since and arts stream (appeared/passed out). Additional Director & HOD, A Kathipri in a press release has invited all interested candidates to attend the counseling. Representatives of unive
  • IRC conducts exploratory meeting about disabilities
    Kohima, May 6 (MExN):  The Indian Red Cross team headed by Chaude Tardif, Head of Physical Rehabilitation Program, ICRC Geneva  visited Kohima along with his colleague Achille Otuo Essono, Physical Rehabilitation Project Manager, ICRC, New Delhi  and had an exploratory meeting about disabilities with the Principal Director, Health & Family Welfare, Nagaland Kohima and District Welfare Officer,  Kohima. The visiting team was accompanied by Zakie Kire, General Sec
  • Thousand venerate St John Bosco’s relic
    Kohima | May 5 : Thousand of people from all walks of life gathered at the state capital to welcome and to have a glance of Saint John Bosco’s relic that was ferried in a casket from Cathedral Church passing through the main town to Kohima Village, Kohima.As the saint’s relic arrived at Don Bosco Higher secondary school and Christ king higher secondary school, students in traditional attires and school uniform shouted slogan “Long Live Don Bosco” and “We l
  • Far flung village appeal for more teachers
    Dimapur, May 5 (MExN): The problem of bogus teachers continues to worry the affected schools as well as the concerned department. The Pessao Village Council (PVC) today said that since the scandal of bogus teachers have cropped up recently two schools in Pessao village, Mon are facing untold miseries as students attend the classes without teachers. PVC Chairman S. P Chemang Konyak in a press release said in one school three teachers struggle to manage the functioning of the school whil
  • Restriction in Mkg on polling day
    Mokokchung, May 5 (DIPR): As a precautionary measure for public safety and the safety of business establishment as well as all types of vehicles engages in public transportation the following restrictions will be in force in Mokokchung town on polling day, the 7th May 2011. All shops will remain closed from 5:00 A.M to 5:00 P.M and all public transportation including NST shall not ply their vehicles within Mokokchung town. However, essential commodities carriage (Tata) coming from outs