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PAC team visits Dimapur Railway station

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Alleges non-cooperation from state government in tackling land encroachment Staff Reporter Dimapur, April 5 (EMN): The members of Passenger Amenities Committee (PAC) from the ministry of Railways, government of India has alleged that the local authorities concerned were responsible for stalling development works of Dimapur railway station purportedly by issuing land patta against Railway land.

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The Duel of ACAUT and NPF

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By Z. Lohe We all have closely watched the paper duel between ACAUT and NPF on account of corruption charges levelled against NPF Govt. by anti-corruption organisation, ACAUT, which was formed in 2013. The purpose of forming ACAUT is to be a watchdog and to voice against illegal and corrupt activities in the State of Nagaland. […]

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State Excise: From regulator to enforcer

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Atono Tsükrü Kohima, April 5 (EMN): With the introduction of the Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition Act 1989, the revenue of the Excise & Prohibition Department has been drastically reduced. This was mainly because the chief functions of the department underwent a sea of change from regulatory role to enforcement. The functions and duties of the […]

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The Smallness of Many a Mind

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Of late many articles in our local dailies have projected a gloomy picture and a bleak future in matters relating to Nagaland state as well as Naga Movement as a whole. The odds and failures/disappointments seem to have overshadowed all our past struggles and achievements. This only shows the smallness and shallowness of our thinking […]

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Overworked Tracks are What Make Train Travel Unsafe

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By Charu Bahri  Each of the three major derailments over the last four months — resulting 190 deaths and 307 injuries — occurred on over-utilised sections of the Indian Railways. These stretches were used to run trains beyond their line capacity. As much as 40 per cent of Railways’ 1,219 line sections are utilised beyond […]

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Home Healthcare Gaining Ground, But What About Regulations?

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By Gokul Bhagabati  Private home healthcare appears to be gaining ground in India, but this critical segment is surprisingly outside the purview of a proper regulatory framework. Even the recently-announced National Health Policy, 2017, seems to have completely missed this segment, industry leaders have said. “Till date there is no regulatory framework for the private […]

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The Nagas’ Framework Agreement in View

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By Huzintao Nagas have experienced enough bitter taste of suffering and many lives have been sacrificed on the altar of the nation. There were countless orphans, widows and homeless in our country for the last 60/70 years yet due attention of National status has not been accorded to the Naga Nation till date. Nevertheless, in […]

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Can People of Outside Decide For the State of Nagaland?

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Everyone in Nagaland, including long standing non-Naga residents citizen know general secretary Th. Muivah makes all the NSCN(IM) decisions alone and its Ministry of Information Publicity (MIP) puts them as if it is from “the Collective Leadership”. Late Isaac Swu, even when the President was used for a titular decoration of the organisation and dittoed […]

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Dimapur police cracks HSRP racket

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Dimapur, April 5 (EMN): The Anti Vehicle Theft Squad (AVTS) of the Dimapur Police has busted a racket involving unauthorised issue distribution of the High Security Registration Plate (HSRP) and its usage in vehicles with fake registration. A press release from the public relations officer (PRO) of Dimapur police on Wednesday informed that the authorities […]

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Naga woman commits suicide in Bengaluru

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Our Correspondent Kohima, April 5 (EMN): A 22-year-old Naga woman from Mao community committed suicide on Tuesday evening at Kammanahalli, Bengaluru. This was reported by Naga Students’ Union Bangalore (NSUB) on Wednesday afternoon. The body has been kept at Baptist hospital mortuary, Bangalore. The victim has been identified as A Khodziine, daughter of Hriipuni Adahrii […]

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