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More extreme weather events in coming years

New Delhi, November 6 (IANS): The number of extreme climate events will increase due to climate change, the Centre for Science and Environment said Thursday.

NNC clarifies

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 6 (MExN): The Naga National Council (NNC) today clarified that it is “not a government but a political institution for the Nagas.” A ...

ENSF censure ‘discrimination’ faced by eastern districts

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 6 (MExN): The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) today demanded that a Special Investigation Team or a High Powered Committee be constituted to ...

Suspected ULFA cadres apprehended near Saring

Mokokchung, November 5 (MExN): Personnel of the 31 Assam Rifles today apprehended two suspected ULFA cadres during a search operation near Saring village, under Longchem ...

CANSSEA demands action on concerns of state employees

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 5 (MExN): The Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has submitted a representation to the Nagaland Chief Secretary urging for ...


Do not open this box until all of them are married off. ...

NSCN (K) cautions regional authorities

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 5 (MExN): The President of the NSCN (K), SS Khaplang has directed every regional authority to “co-operate with the central authority functioning in ...

Ebola deadlier, more widespread

New York, November 5 (IANS): The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa could prove to be much widespread and deadlier that what is currently believed, ...

India plans to step up safety on world’s most ‘dangerous’ roads

ReutersNew Delhi | November 4 This year, the family of Rakesh Pillai, a bank employee, achieved a long-held aspiration. After hauling themselves around on bicycles ...

Terra Madre: Promoting sustainable indigenous food production

Morung Express FeatureDimapur | November 4 Terra Madre is an international network uniting food producers, fishers, breeders, chefs, academics, young people, NGOs and representatives of local ...

NNC appeals for peace

Kohima, November 4 (MExN): The Naga National Council (NNC) has appealed to both GPRN/NSCN and NSCN (K) “not to create further unwanted situation in the ...

ANSWFSEA sit-in protest called off

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 4 (MExN): The proposed sit-in protest by ANSWFSEA has been called off after an intervention by the Minister, the Secretary and the Director ...

Kolkata on high alert

Intel warns of  possible attackKOLKATA, November 4 (PTI): Central intelligence agencies have alerted Kolkata police about the possibility of a terror attack in the city, ...


“No effigy of Robert Vadra?Aree,Look.If you want your business to flourish and lead the competitive market,Stay in touch with politics. ...

Power shut down from Nov 6

Dimapur, November 4 (MExN): Major maintenance work will be carried out at the Metha Sub-Station for overhauling of CB, Panel etc. for which there will ...

Meeting on Ebola postponed to Nov 11

Kohima, November 4 (DIPR): The Home Department, Government of Nagaland, has informed all concerned that the meeting in connection with discussion about precautionary measures for ...

Govt. to clear pending bills

Kohima, November 4 (DIPR): The Government of Nagaland has decided to ‘clear immediately’ the “pending bills under the various departments,” informed a press note from ...

Monkeys spreading malaria in Malaysia!

Kuala Lumpur, November 4 (IANS): The majority of malaria hospitalisations in Malaysia are now caused by a dangerous and potentially deadly monkey-borne parasite once rarely ...

From Rice Beer to East Pakistan

Former Naga Army soldier Khatsümvü Zirü recollects historyVibi YhokhaKohima | November 4It was on a sunny afternoon in the fields of Tuophema village, Kohima that ...

State govt told to listen to ‘voice of the people’

NPCC targets ruling government yet againDimapur, November 3 (MExN): The Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) has termed measures taken by Nagaland Chief Minister TR Zeliang ...
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Hindi teachers to picket DoSE on November 24

Dimapur, November 21 (MExN): Representatives from the All Nagaland Aggrieved Hindi Teachers Association (ANAHTA) have stated today that they “do not agree” to the ‘agreement’

Daylight robbery in Dimapur

Over Rs. 11 Lakh looted, security agents woundedMorung Express NewsDimapur | November 21Two persons were wounded and cash amounting to around Rs. 11.6 Lakh looted

North East student found dead in Delhi

New Delhi, November 21 (IANS): A 21-year-old student from northeast was found dead here under mysterious circumstances, police said Friday. Thangsonalian, who was pursuing a


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Earthquakes hit the North East

Agartala/Aizawl, November 21 (IANS): Three earthquakes, one of moderate intensity, hit India’s northeastern region Thursday night and Friday, an official said. There are no reports

Workable, useable, meaningful youth policy needed

Our CorrespondentKohima | November 21Nagaland’s Commissioner & Secretary for youth resources & sports, Menukhol John, today stressed on the need to have a “workable, useable

Fears grow around the Hindu “Modi-fication” of education

‘The most disturbing thing is that many people accept this without questioning it’NEW DELHI, November 21 (Reuters): Indians were flying aeroplanes, carrying out stem cell

Minister selling wagons for farmers at a profit

NTTU submits memorandum to Nagaland GovernorMorung Express NewsDimapur | November 21Nagaland Timber Traders’ Union (NTTU) has sought Nagaland Governor’s intervention to the Union’s demand for

‘I stand by what I wrote: Monlisa Changkija

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 21Editor of Nagaland Page, Monalisa Changkija, in the eye of a storm, following the publication of her book ‘Cogitating for


In this November 19, 2014 photo a young child bows before Buddhist monks as they walk through streets of Hlaing Tharyar, northwest of Yangon, Myanmar