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‘NE cultural centres will sensitise people’

New Delhi, November 7 (IANS): As crimes against people from the Northeast continue to rise, experts Friday stressed that having northeast cultural centres in cities

Myanmar commanders charged with war crimes

FILE - In this June 26, 2011 file photo, Myanmar Home Affairs Minister Lt. Gen. Ko Ko attends a ceremony to mark “International Day against ...

‘Development and environment protection can go hand-in-hand’

New Delhi, November 7 (IANS): The global certification for Kerala’s Ashtamudi estuary for sustainable fishing shows that development and environment protection can go hand-in-hand, Environment ...


You don`t have Ebola, but you`re suffering from bad government. ...

HLC to probe Benreu incident

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 7 (PTI): The Nagaland state government has constituted a four member High Level Committee (HLC) to probe into the firing incident which occurred ...

Mizoram teacher arrested for sexually abusing 32 students

Aizawl, November 7 (IANS): A government school teacher was arrested in Mizoram on charges of raping and sexually abusing 32 students, police said here Friday. ...

December 1: PM to visit Nagaland

New Delhi, November 6 (AGENCIES): Narendra Modi, on his first visit to the North East as Prime Minister, will visit Manipur on November 30 and ...

Senior Myanmar officials guilty of war crimes

YANGON, November 6 (Reuters): An independent investigation by the Harvard Law School has found that troops commanded by Myanmar’s powerful interior minister and two other ...


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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 ...


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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 ...
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‘Total cease work’ protest called off

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The All Nagaland School Teachers Association (ANSTA), the Nagaland School Education Administrative Officers Association (NSEAOA) and the Nagaland Secondary School Field

Aggrieved Hindi teachers call off agitation

KOHIMA, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): Nineteen signatories of the aggrieved Hindi teachers from 11 districts of the state have signed an agreement with the Commissioner and

Nagas are one ethnically & culturally: Nagaland CM

Rengma and Pochury women seen during the Rengma- Pochury day celebration in Kohima on November 25. (Morung Photo) Rengma - Pochury Day celebrated in KohimaOur CorrespondentKohima

The impunity of AFSPA

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 25Has the Armed Forces Special Powers Act (AFSPA) triggered secessionist movements in North East Region? What is the stand of

NPA censures state govt’s ‘disrespect’ towards media

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The Nagaland Press Association (NPA) today expressed dismay at the “indifferent and lukewarm response of the various government departments who have

ENSF to boycott Statehood Day celebration

TUENSANG, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The Eastern Naga Students’ Federation (ENSF) today informed that it would boycott the Nagaland Statehood Day celebration in the four districts

Unidentified body recovered

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): The body of one unidentified male, in his mid 30s, was found hanging by a tree in a jungle above the

One assaulted in Dimapur

DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 25 (MExN): One person was assaulted at around 11:00pm on November 24 at River Belt Colony, Dimapur. A press note from the media

Fight towards eliminating violence against women

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 25 Pointing out that Nagaland state is witnessing an alarming increase in the incidents of violence against women, the Nagaland

'NE development a high priority'

New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the northeast later this month, the ministry for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) Monday