NPMSA launches pen down strike; Govt appeals to call off stirTop Stories

NPMSA launches pen down strike; Govt appeals to call off stir

Kohima, July 16: The Nagaland Planning Machinery Service Association (NPMSA) today launched its first phase of agitation in the form of pen down strike in protest against the non-fulfillment of its demands by the State Government. The members of the…

Naga peace talks at advanced stage, Govt tells LSTop Stories

Naga peace talks at advanced stage, Govt tells LS

New Delhi, July 16: Talks between the Naga insurgent group NSCN-IM and an interlocutor of the central government are at an advanced stage, Union Minister of State for Home G Kishan Reddy said on Tuesday. Reddy also said any disclosure…

NPF not to attend consultative meet on RIINTop Stories

NPF not to attend consultative meet on RIIN

Asks Govt to first revoke RIIN notification Dimapur, July 16: The NPF Legislature Party will not attend the July 17 consultative meeting on Registry of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) called by the PDA Government on the contention that the…

Withdraw RIIN notification: NMATop Stories

Withdraw RIIN notification: NMA

‘Extend ILP to Dimapur’ Dimapur, July 16: The Naga Mothers’ Association (NMA) has also expressed deep concern over the State Government notification on RIIN, stating that it needs larger discussion within the State legislature as well as with various stakeholders…

Tokheho urges MoRTH to check quality of  4-lane road constructionTop Stories

Tokheho urges MoRTH to check quality of 4-lane road construction

Dimapur, July 16: MP Lok Sabha, Tokheho Yepthomi has urged the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) to look into the quality of the ongoing four-lane road construction between Dimapur and Kohima and ensure that the contractors follow the…

Don’t implement RIIN now: NVCOTop Stories

Don’t implement RIIN now: NVCO

Dimapur, July 16: The Nagaland Voluntary Consumers’ Organization (NVCO) has appealed to the State Government not to implement Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland (RIIN) at this stage, saying it would dilute the rights of Naga indigenous inhabitants of Nagaland.…

Authorities inspect 3 private health centres in DimapurTop Stories

Authorities inspect 3 private health centres in Dimapur

Dimapur, July 16: State health authorities Tuesday inspected three private clinics and private hospitals in Dimapur to assess the registration of private clinics, clinic administration and pharmacy, inpatient and outpatient departments, medical facilities, security and fire emergency procedures. The inspection…

PSAN urge Govt to set up SSBTop Stories

PSAN urge Govt to set up SSB

Dimapur, July 16: The Public Service Aspirants of Nagaland (PSAN) has again appealed to the State Government to set up a Staff Selection Board (SSB) to conduct a common yearly examination for recruitment to all the posts that do not…

LS passes bill to give NIA more teethTop Stories

LS passes bill to give NIA more teeth

NEW DELHI, July 15: Lok Sabha on Monday passed a bill to give more powers to the National Investigation Agency with Home Minister Amit Shah asserting that the law will be used to finish off terrorism and not to target…

Let Naga villages prepare RIIN: ShürhozelieTop Stories

Let Naga villages prepare RIIN: Shürhozelie

Dimapur, July 15: In the wake of apprehension from various sections over the State Government’s move to prepare a ‘Register of Indigenous Inhabitants of Nagaland’ (RIIN), former Nagaland Chief Minister, Dr Shürhozelie Liezietsu has put forth a proposal that to…