• Will not tolerate any form of extortion: AYO
    Kohima, July 8 (MExN): The Angami Youth Organisation (AYO) said that it had taken a ‘strong note’ on the June 23 incident where an alleged extortionist was gunned down in a retaliatory action by the Kohima Police Anti-Extortion Squad, and appealed concerned authorities to ensure that a transparent process is put in place so that public faith on the police is solidified. In a press release, AYO President Kekhrie Pfukha and Joint Secretary Petevito Nakhro stated that the
  • Contact numbers to complaint of ‘illegal activity or demand’ within Dimapur 
    Dimapur, June 24 (MExN: The Commissioner of Police, Dimapur today issued contact numbers which may be contacted for action “in the event of any public complaint or information of any illegal activity or demand within the Dimapur district.” “The identity of the individual giving the information will be kept confidential,” Rothihu Tetseo, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Dimapur assured in the press release issued on June 24.  The CP Dimapur also inform
  • Dimapur Police arrests two
    Dimapur, June 24 (MExN): The Dimapur Police has arrested two persons in connection with what it termed as “extortion related charges” on June 24.   “Two persons namely Chopika Chophy(21) and Ito Aye(23)have been arrested by the Anti Extortion Cell on extortion related charges from Burma Camp area,” the official Twitter handle of Dimapur Police updated in a tweet on June 24.   More details are awaited.  
  • DCCI cautions anti-social elements ‘extorting business community’
    Dimapur, February 23 (MExN): The Dimapur Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) while expressing happiness over the safe return of Parimal Ghosh, owner of the Nagaland Cold Drinks, has cautioned against ‘extorting the business community.’ Ghosh reportedly went missing on February 21 and returned home on February 22.  In this connection, the DCCI in a press release issued by its Media Affairs, today cautioned “NGOs who are extorting business community under the gui