Framework Agreement runs  into stormy weatherTop Stories

Framework Agreement runs into stormy weather

Kohima, October 19: The much hyped Framework Agreement signed between the Union Government and the National Socialist Council of Nagalim (Isak-Muivah) has finally landed in controversy after differences in interpretations of the agreement. The NSCN has accused the Government of…

Kenye urges GoI, Naga negotiators to be reasonableTop Stories

Kenye urges GoI, Naga negotiators to be reasonable

Kohima, October 19: Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha), K G Kenye Saturday urged Government of India and Naga negotiators to exert maximum restraint and also reason wisely in dealing with the decades old Naga political issue. Expressing fear over the…

Nagas are opposed to forced union with India: NSCN (IM)Top Stories

Nagas are opposed to forced union with India: NSCN (IM)

Dimapur, October 19: The NSCN (IM) has stated that Nagas are strongly opposed to forced union with India. It said forced union will certainly breed fighting and killing. “…the Nagas are strongly opposed to forced Union. We are aware that…

Governor calls high level  security meetingTop Stories

Governor calls high level security meeting

Dimapur, October 19: As the impasse continues in the Indo-Naga political talks over the issue of a separate Naga flag and constitution, the Governor of Nagaland, RN Ravi, who is also Government of India’s Interlocutor to the Naga talks, has…

Misappropriation of Rs 1.74 cr for teachers’ training by SCERT allegedTop Stories

Misappropriation of Rs 1.74 cr for teachers’ training by SCERT alleged

Dimapur, October 19: RTI Initiative Nagaland has accused SCERT of misappropriating Rs 1.74 crore sanctioned for teachers’ trainees of NIOS offiline D.El.Ed 2014-16 batch. RTI Initiative said the misappropriation came to light in a RTI reply No.NLD/SS/ESTT/RTI/2019-20/1 Dated Kohima, the…

Biggest problem in Nagaland is ‘groupism’: Temjen ImnaTop Stories

Biggest problem in Nagaland is ‘groupism’: Temjen Imna

DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 20: Minister for Higher & Technical Education & Tribal Affairs, Temjen Imna Along today said that the biggest problem in the state at present is ‘groupism’, narrowing down to groups and sub-groups for mere agenda and added, “We…

Transfer & posting of police officersTop Stories

Transfer & posting of police officers

Dimapur, October 19: On the recommendation of the Police Establishment, Governor of Nagaland has ordered transfer and posting of IPS/NPS officers in the rank of IGPs/DIGPs/SPs and Commandants. According to a notification issued by Abhijit Sinha, Principal Secretary (Home), Limasunep…

GoI ready for inking final agreement: RaviTop Stories

GoI ready for inking final agreement: Ravi

‘Endless negotiation under shadow of guns not acceptable’ Dimapur, October 18: The office of the Government of India’s representative and Interlocutor for Naga peace talks on Friday stated that a mutually agreed draft comprehensive settlement, including all the substantive issues…

‘Solution delayed due to flag  & constitution demand’Top Stories

‘Solution delayed due to flag & constitution demand’

Kohima, October 18: With the three-month time for finding a solution to the more than 22-year-old Indo-Naga talks ending this month, Nagaland Governor and interlocutor for peace process, RN Ravi today held marathon closed door deliberations with leaders tribal bodies,…

Gun culture suppressing & oppressing Nagaland: JamirTop Stories

Gun culture suppressing & oppressing Nagaland: Jamir

Dimapur, October 18: Former Chief Minister of Nagaland SC Jamir on Friday insisted that when the state of Nagaland was founded, it was founded with a dream to be a part and parcel of India and be a developed and…