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Restructure, Revamp or Remain Irrelevant: WC, NNPGs to Naga Hoho

The insidious, prejudiced and incoherent press statements emanating in the name of Naga Hoho in recent times reveal that the seal, letterhead and the very soul of Naga Hoho has been sold and surrendered completely. Nagas are free spirited people and NH's ignorance of reality, bankruptcy of purpose and vision is shocking. This is why the Naga tribes abandoned it one after the other. Without ENPO, NTC, CNTC and NGBF, Naga Hoho has no centre of gravity and disbands itself. Its sorry existence and paid activities shrink by the day!...
Nagaland

NSCN/GPRN condemns murder

Dimapur, August 6: The NSCN/GPRN condemned the brutality and high handedness that caused the death of Manbong Mulong, secretary, Chang Region GPRN on August 4 at Tuengsang town by Shellen Nyakba and four other accomplices. In a release, MIP NSCN/GPRN said the NSCN disowns the five culprits and renders their service record "null and void" and awards dis-honourable termination owing to their unsanctioned acts of violence and murder of own comrade. The release clarified that late Mulong who also held the finance secretary of the region was thrashed to death...
Nagaland

DC Dimapur convenes DTF meeting

Dimapur, August 6: Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, Rajesh Soundararajan has convened an emergency meeting of the District Task Force to discuss matters relating to COVID-19 pandemic in Dimapur District in the DC's conference hall on August 7 at 1 pm. All concerned members of the District Task Force, Dimapur have been requested to attend the meeting without fail. Sub-committee meeting The DC has also informed all the conveners of the sub-committee under Dimapur District that there will be a meeting to discuss matters relating to COVID-19 pandemic in Dimapur District in...
North East

Assam flood situation improving; 84,000 affected in 10 districts

Guwahati, August 6: Flood waters continued to recede in Assam improving the situation considerably, though 84,100 people across 10 districts are still affected by the calamity, an official bulletin said on Thursday. At present, 177 villages and 15,964 hectare of crop areas are under water, the Assam State Disaster Management Authority (ASDMA) said in its bulletin. More than 1.43 lakh people in 270 villages across 15 districts had been reeling under the deluge on Wednesday. Flood and landslides claimed 136 lives this year in Assam. While 110 people died in...
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