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Climate change could trigger violent conflict in India: report

LONDON, SEPTEMBER 24 (TNN): A British report has warned that climate change could trigger violent conflict in India - similar to the Arab Spring where

Reflections

Come back next season. Right now they`re busy watching the Naga premier oil league. ...

Bye poll counting date on October 20

KOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 24 (DIPR): The Chief Electoral Officer, Government of Nagaland has informed that the counting date for the Bye Election to 11 Northern Angami ...

KADTA resolves against paying ‘illegal collection’

DIPHU, SEPTEMBER 24 (MExN): The Karbi Anglong and Dimapur Transporters Association (KADTA) and vehicle owners today resolved not to pay the Rs 200, which it ...

‘India’s healthcare in dismal condition’

New Delhi, September 24 (IANS): India ranks the lowest in the world on several health indicators and a large part of the country’s population has ...

NPF declares candidate for upcoming bye poll

Consider it as a ‘friendly election,’ says Nagaland CMMorung Express NewsKohima | September 24Affirming to be “an asset and not a liability,” 39 year old ...

Moving Towards Independent Living

Nagaland Rehabilitation and Research Centre steps in where government fails disabled personsLimasenla JamirDimapur | September 23Kakheho is a happy 14 year old boy. He was ...

UN adopts plan to enhance rights of indigenous people

United Nations, Sep 23 (IANS): The first World Conference on Indigenous Peoples, a colourful assemblage from the world over, began here Monday with a boost ...

Reflections

Tenant is here to collect the monthly house rent. ...

2014 may become hottest year on record

New York, September 23 (IANS): The year 2014 is poised to become the warmest year ever measured, suggests new data released by the US National ...

Naga Hoho resents ‘prohibitory orders’ issued against NE people

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 23 (MExN): The Naga Hoho today expressed its resentment over what it termed were “prohibitory orders” issued to the North East staff of ...

BJP declares candidate for bye-poll

Morung Express NewsDimapur | September 23The bye-election to 11 Northern Angami II assembly constituency is likely to see a “friendly” but “tough” straight contest between ...

NSF, ANCSU intervenes to cancel exam

Morung Express NewsKohima | September 23With the intervention of the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and the All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANSCU), an exam for ...

Oil operations launched in Peren

Nagaland CM, TR Zeliang along with his cabinet colleagues, government and MOGPL officials at the launching of pre-production phase of oil and natural gas operation ...

NSF demands ‘fresh examination’

Urges NPSC to ‘nullify’ General Studies Paper-1 multiple choice questionsKOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has written to the Chairman of the ...

Kaito calls for infrastructure led growth

KOLKATA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): Nagaland Minister for Industries and Commerce, G Kaito Aye has stated that “the key to development of the North East region ...

Reflections

Our CM Gogoi is the undisputed shadow boxing champion of Nagaland and Assam. ...

12 Hour Assam bandh today

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN): A conglomeration of 18 tribal unions in Assam has called for a twelve hour Assam Bandh on September 23. Reports in ...

NLA Speaker condemns ‘racial segregation’ against NE people

KOHIMA, SEPTEMBER 22 (MExN):  Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA)  Speaker, Chotisuh Sazo today stated that he is “disheartened to see the Northeasterners who served in various ...

Discovering the village of Mbaupungwa

The quiet village of Mbaupungwa surrounded by natural beauty. Beyond the Barak River bordering the village, one can see the mountain ranges of Naga inhabited ...
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ABCYD releases ‘The Wake-up Call’

Morung Express News Dimapur | November 25Aoyimti Baptist Church Youth Department (ABCYD) released a Christian-themed film titled, “The Wake-up Call” produced and directed by members

One held with spasmo

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 25One man was arrested in possession of 2100 capsules of restricted spasmo proxyvon in Dimapur on November 25. The man,

BJP Kiphire Unit general conference held

Adopts three point resolutionsKIPHIRE, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN):  Hundreds of people from different walks of life attended the first general conference of the Bharatiya Janata Party

Mokokchung District Dobashi celebrates Quasquicentennial

“The 125 years celebration of the Mokokchung Dobashi should be considered as a cultural revival, a political revival, a Dobashis revival” – K Temjen JamirMorung

CM inspects retaining wall construction in Kohima

Our Correspondent KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 25: Chief Minister T R Zeliang today inspected the ongoing construction of a retaining wall along the National Highway near PHQ

Career CliniQ’s Eduyearbook 2014 launched

Kohima, November 25 (MExN): Following the overwhelming success of the previous 2 yearbooks, Career CliniQ has launched this year’s edition of its Career Track Eduyearbook

Nagaland News File

NNC Council meet DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN):  The Naga National Council (NNC) under the leadership of Z Royim Yimchungrii and V Nagi has “urgently” convened

Hipfest, chilli eating contest, Fat Mania at Hornbill

Morung Express NewsKohima | November 25Hornbill International Photo Fest (hipfest) is the fifth edition of photo competition organized by XL Nagaland and supported by Tourism

Survival Nagaland condemns Notun Basti assault

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The Survival Nagaland has vehemently condemned the dastardly attack on Kughalu Chophy, allegedly by four Illegal BangIadeshi Immigrants (IBIs), who are

'Amur Falcons stretching their stay'

WOKHA, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The president of Amur Falcon Roosting Area Union (AFRAU), Pangti has informed that the Amur Falcons are visibly stretching their onward