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NCD appeals CM to cancel DMC committee

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Dimapur, Nov.02 (EMN): The Naga Council Dimapur has made an appeal to the Chief Minister to cancel the appointment the Dimapur Municipa Council advisory committee , since the present system of functioning of DMC under Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is running smoothly with ‘tremendous’ development. The Dimapur based mass civil society organisations such as GB’s […]

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Unconditional

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Finally the Centre has agreed for a negotiated settlement of the Kashmir problem. Departing from its earlier stand the Centre has given free hand to the mediator so that he can talk to every stakeholder. The move effectively means that talks are possible even with Huriyat, the separatist organisation with which the Centre till recently […]

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Helicopter service resumes in Phek after 7 years

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Dimapur, Nov. 02 (EMN): The helicopter service run by the Nagaland State Transport resumed service in Phek district after a gap of 7 years on Nov.1 A report from DIPR stated that the Station Superintendent of NST Phek, Metsiviko Meyase while briefing media said that the service was suspended in the past due to security […]

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Son of the Thundercloud

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By Atseinuo Sekhose | EMN Winner of the Hindu Prize 2015, Book of the year 2017. Son of the Thundercloud by Dr. Easterine Kire is an allegorical novel set in a mystical land. A lone sojourner ‘Pele’ leaves his village because of a terrible famine that sweeps across the land. His journey takes to a village […]

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A Glimmer of Hope

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Nagaland for quite a long time has been plundered with inefficiency in governance which has gravely affected our society. Unethical and unlawful affairs in the functioning of governmental departments have been rampant with no sign of deceleration. Without a doubt, the department of school education dominates the list. However, now the parents whose children are […]

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Why Nagas are Divided on Integration Issues: Part- I

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Naga solution has indeed created a fear psychosis among all our neighbouring states, composed of diverse ethnic groups, as visible from the media reports. Even the Chief interlocutor has given assurance stating that Naga Solution will not disturb the territorial integrity of other states in the region. This is further cemented by public statements made […]

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Congress, a laughing club out on bail for corruption— Modi

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Kangra, Nov. 2 (IANS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday tore into the Congress government in poll-bound Himachal Pradesh, saying the party leadership had made itself a “laughing club” that was out on bail on corruption charges. “We all need to look at the Congress. We should appreciate their courage. Yesterday, they released a manifesto […]

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Governor greets Kukis

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Dimapur, Nov. 02 (EMN): The Governor of Nagaland PB Acharya has extended festival greetings to the Kuki community on the occasion of Kut. A press communiqué from the Raj Bhavan stated that the Governor while describing the festival as a happy occasion for the community whose stock of food is plentiful after a year of […]

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Rio’s team is ‘at guilt,’ asserts rival members

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‘Politicians are not corrupt, bureaucrats and contractors are’ Our Correspondent Kohima, Nov. 2 (EMN): Calling the TR Zeliang-led government to be “unconstitutional,” a legislator with the Dr. Shurhozelie Liezietsu-led group of the Naga Peoples’ Front (NPF) has said that Zeliang has ‘made a mockery’ of the 6th Global Leadership Awards 2016 which was conferred on […]

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Book about revival released

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Dimapur, Nov. 2 (EMN): A collection of essays titled ‘Pneuma: The Spirit of Revival’ written by Mezhusevi Zutso and students of Kohima Bible College in honour of a church leader, Rev. Neivotso Niekha, was released on Thursday by Rev. Vevozo Khamo, at the Nagaland Christian Revival Church, at Kohima town. ‘Pneuma’ explores issues of interest […]

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