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Jotsoma women hold silent protest

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 27 (MExN): Women from Jotsoma held a silent procession today from Jail Colony till the DC Bungalow, Kohima to protest the rape of

KUK secures release of GPRN/NSCN cadre

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 27 (MExN): The Konyak Union Kohima (KUK) on September 27 secured the release of a cadre from the GPRN/NSCN, who was “arrested” by ...

1000-HOUR KA BANDH: Public urged not to panic

‘Absolutely no possibility of shortage of fuel and essential commodities’Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 27As reports came in that the public in Kohima and other ...

DAN does not exist, says Nagaland BJP

‘There is a definite trust deficit between the BJP and the present NPF leadership’DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 26 (MExN): The Nagaland state unit of the BJP today ...

UNTABA leaves for Delhi to meet PM

Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 26A 6-member team of the United Naga Tribes Association of Border Areas (UNTABA) on Sunday night left for Delhi to ...

North East presence in Delhi Police: Just 39

New Delhi, October 26 (IANS): The northeast has an almost negligible presence in Delhi Police - just 39 personnel, or a mere 0.05 percent, from ...

Reflections

Sunday? Well, Sunday means TV for dad-and second hand clothes business for mom. ...

80 year-old woman raped

Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 26An eighty year-old woman was raped at Jotsoma village, Kohima on October 25. Two youths are in police custody in ...

1000-hour Karbi bandh ‘Police escort arranged’

Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 26Assam Police have informed that requisite security arrangement has been made to prevent untoward incidents in regard to the 1000-hour ...

For a greener, healthier lifestyle

A member of ‘Native Station’ on a biking trail in Nagaland. The group envisions to promote adventure sports, environmental consciousness and a healthier lifestyle among ...

Everyone wins when a leader gets better

Morung Express NewsKohima | October 25“Leaders in Nagaland need to unlearn a lot of things. We have got the whole idea of leadership wrong,” says ...

‘Cogitating’ for a better future

Monalisa Changika releases book of essaysMorung Express NewsDimapur | October 25 Journalist-Poet Tiamerenla Monalisa Changkija is probably used to befuddled reactions to her revolutionary ways ...

Violence is not the answer, Patton says

DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 25 (MExN): Nagaland state Home Minister, Y Patton today appealed for peace and stated that “violence is not the answer for any issue.” ...

Citizens encouraged to join the fight against corruption

•    Governor stresses on the need to promote transparency and accountability•    Nagaland CM admits that there is no single quick solution to curb corruptionKOHIMA, OCTOBER ...

Four injured in explosion

Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 24Four people, including a minor, were injured in an explosion in Dimapur on Friday evening. The explosion occurred at around ...

‘Leadership is about changing order of things’

Global Leadership Summit 2014 held in Kohima via video-castMorung Express NewsKohima | October 24“In Nagaland, we need leaders who can lead with a clear vision ...

Naga Hoho for screening of tourists

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 24 (MExN): The Naga Hoho has written to the Nagaland state Chief Minister, TR Zeliang urging “rigorous screening” of tourists during the Hornbill ...

Transformation crusade for a purposeful life

Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 24A week-long devotional and spiritual reawakening campaign aimed at delivering people from ‘evil’ is scheduled to begin in Dimapur from ...

Reflections

How do I know what is happening in our state. Nobody contacts me anymore. ...

Travelers notified on road diversion

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 24 (MExN): The Executive Engineer for NationaI Highway 1, Kohima has informed the public plying between Kohima to Zunheboto via Chakabama to take ...
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Destroy militant camps: BSF tells Bangladeshi counterpart

AGARTALA, November 22 (IANS): The Border Security Force (BSF) has asked its Bangladeshi counterparts to destroy militants’ camps and hideouts within the latter’s territory, an
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Children from Bachpan Bachao Andolan (BBA), or Save Childhood Movement, along with other schoolchildren participate in a candlelit vigil to create awareness on child rights
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Reflections

Speaker for this morning service? Oh, our local MLA. He`s a very convincing speaker. He is also the prime accused in the 4567-crore scam.

Ebola could be contained by mid-2015: UN chief

Washington, November 22 (IANS): UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has said that the spread of the deadly Ebola virus could be contained by mid-2015. Ban made

JFA urges Ao Senden to withdraw ban on book

Guwahati, November 22 (MExN): The Journalists’ Forum Assam (JFA) has expressed concern over the ban on Monalisa Changkija’s new book by the Ao Senden, and

Nagaland Governor proposes ‘Civilian Committee’ to supplement peace process

PM wants positive result of peace process in six monthsMorung Express NewsKohima | November 22Governor of Nagaland & Tripura, PB Acharya today said a strong

Villages clash over land issue

30 detained, 10 firearms seized from Dimapur-Peren border Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 22Around 30 people were detained and ten firearms seized by security personnel

Revived traditional irrigation brings joy to Assam farmers

Guwahati: The gurgling water flowing fast through a traditional canal system that has been revived in water-scarce parts of Assam has brought cheer to farmers
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AASU takes out rally against jihadi activities in Assam

Tiwa tribesmen in traditional attire join others in a procession demanding the sealing of the porous India-Bangladesh border in Guwahati on Saturday, November 22. (AP

Murdered Naga scholar ‘was a reclusive, shy student’

Mumbai: At the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), there is a sense of unease among a select bunch—including teachers and students— who are yet