Over 2500 SSA teachers launch pen down strikeTop Stories

Over 2500 SSA teachers launch pen down strike

Kohima, May 2: Over 2500 SSA teachers in Nagaland today launched its first phase of agitation in the form of pen down strike demanding release of pending salaries with 7th Revision of Pay (ROP). Nagaland Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association…

Revoke appointment of party leaders  in Cabinet, MoS rank: NPRAAFTop Stories

Revoke appointment of party leaders in Cabinet, MoS rank: NPRAAF

Dimapur, May 2: The Nagaland Public Rights Awareness and Action Forum (NPRAAF) has come out strongly against the appointment of several political party workers to the rank and status of Cabinet and State Ministers and has asked the State Government…

NSCN (IM) flays ‘unabated atrocities’ by ARTop Stories

NSCN (IM) flays ‘unabated atrocities’ by AR

Asks GoI to control ‘marauding Assam Rifles’ Dimapur, May 2: The NSCN (IM) has hit out at the Assam Rifles for its “unabated atrocities” on innocent Nagas during the cease fire period between the Government of India and the NSCN.…

Kire clan rejects Zeliang’s statementTop Stories

Kire clan rejects Zeliang’s statement

Dimapur, May 2: The Kire Chienuo (clan) has rejected the April 30 statement issued by Leader of Opposition, TR Zeliang as “unacceptable” and again demanded from Zeliang the reason behind “personalized vendetta” against its clan member within stipulated period. In…

Nervous Govt makes more appointmentsTop Stories

Nervous Govt makes more appointments

Attempt to strengthen shaky Govt: NPF, Cong Kohima, May 1: The nervy two months old People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) Government headed by Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio continues to make more political appointments to ensure that the alliance remains intact. In…

Petroleum dealers calls off indefinite shut downTop Stories

Petroleum dealers calls off indefinite shut down

Kohima, May 1: In a major relief to people of Nagaland, the indefinite state-wide strike in the form of shutting down of petrol pumps called by petroleum transporters and retailers of the State was called off on Tuesday. President of…

AFSPA will continue in Nagaland: RijijuTop Stories

AFSPA will continue in Nagaland: Rijiju

New Delhi, May 1: Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said AFSPA, the Armed Forces (Special Powers) Act, 1958, will continue in Nagaland as it is a “special case” and the “peace agreement” hasn’t been finalised there yet. Nagaland…

Pre-monsoon rain to continue in StateTop Stories

Pre-monsoon rain to continue in State

Dimapur, May 1: Light rains with one or two moderate spells that the State has been witnessing for the last 2-3 days are expected to continue over several parts of Nagaland during the next 48 hours. According to Nagaland State…

World witnessing violence, hostility in  the name of religion: Rajnath SinghTop Stories

World witnessing violence, hostility in the name of religion: Rajnath Singh

Thiruvananthapuram, May 1: The world is increasingly witnessing violence and hostility in the name of religion, and the ancient Indian thought of respect for all faiths is the only way of ensuring peace and harmony, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said…

India, China resolve to  maintain peace along LACTop Stories

India, China resolve to maintain peace along LAC

New Delhi, May 1: Armies of India and China on Tuesday held a Border Personnel Meeting during which both sides resolved to maintain peace and tranquillity along the Line of Actual Control, besides agreeing to work on additional confidence building…