• ENPO ‘invited’ to Delhi 
    Morung Express News Dimapur | September 15 The Eastern Naga People’s Organisation (ENPO) has been invited to New Delhi to meet National Security Advisor (NSA) to the Prime Minister of India, Ajit Doval on September 29. According to sources, the meeting is likely to discuss the ENPO’s demand for Frontier Nagaland. Frontier Nagaland is the demand for creation of a separate state comprising of six tribes, made by the Eastern Nagas under ENPO. The separate state envis
  • ENPO, KU laud approval for Mon medical college
    Mon, September 5 (MExN):  Following the Central government’s approval for a medical college in Mon district, the Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organization (ENPO) extended gratitude to the Government of India, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio, H&FW Minister S Pangnyu Phom and the state H&FW department for their efforts. On behalf of the people of the 6 tribes- Chang, Khiamniungan, Konyak, Phom, Sangtam and Yimchunger, the ENPO appreciated the move to upgrade
  • ENPO meeting with CM inconclusive
    Morung Express News Kohima | June 17 The three-member Judiciary Inquiry Committee (JIC), which was constituted to probe into the May 26 Tuensang fiasco, submitted its report on Tuesday evening. However, no information on the content of the report has been released as of June 17. Following the submission of the report by the committee, a closed-door meeting was held today at the Chief Minister’s official residence in Kohima with the leaders of the Eastern Naga People&rs
  • ENPO discontent with govt response to Tuensang fiasco 
    Writes to Gov for disciplinary action    Morung Express News Dimapur | June 2 The Tuensang fiasco is not over yet. The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) wrote to the Nagaland Governor today seeking the latter’s intervention to hold the Nagaland state government officials accountable for alleged insubordination that resulted in transporting returnees from Chennai quarantined in Kohima to Tuensang without waiting for confirmatory COVID-19 tes
  • Eastern Nagaland orgs flay State Government
    ENPO, ENSF, DENSU demand action against officials involved in Tuensang gaffe   DIMAPUR, MAY 28 (MExN): The Easter Nagaland People’s Organisation (ENPO) and the Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) today demanded immediate disciplinary action against the officials involved in the mismanagement which led to 168 returnees being sent to Tuensang from Kohima before their test results were out on May 26. This was echoed by the Dimapur Eastern Nagaland Students&rsqu
  • ENPO, 6 tribal bodies appeal to people planning to return home
    DIMAPUR, MAY 11 (MExN): The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Organisation (ENPO) along with six tribal bodies have appealed to Eastern Nagaland people who are stranded outside the state and planning to return back home to make a choice to stay back wherever they are if not very necessary.   Fortunately Nagaland is a COVID-19 free region, a joint statement from the organizations stated, while adding that “our plans to travel does not only put our health at risk but also risks th