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NPF opposes CM’s statement on Citizenship Amendment bill

By   /  June 15, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on NPF opposes CM’s statement on Citizenship Amendment bill

Kohima Bureau Kohima, June 14 (EMN): The Naga People’s Front (NSF) has stated surprise at what it called the contradictory statement of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio on the issue of Naga integration and the Citizenship Amendment Bill of 2016, which appeared in the media on June 13. Strongly condemning and opposing the statement of Rio […]

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Teachers association’s sit-in protest enters second day

By   /  June 8, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Teachers association’s sit-in protest enters second day

Kohima Bureau Kohima, June 7 (EMN): The Nagaland Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Teachers’ Association (NSSATA) third phase of agitation in the form of a sit-in protest has entered its second day at the directorate of School Education in Kohima on June 7. With no response from the department, as the association demands for a ‘concrete solution’, […]

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Kohima Law College’s library gets a facelift

By   /  June 5, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Kohima Law College’s library gets a facelift

Kohima Bureau Kohima, June 4 (EMN): In a much needed move, Kohima Law College library was upgraded with more than 500 books comprising of both general and legal through generous donor, the Sarvahitey Foundation, a non-governmental organization based in New Delhi working for charitable purposes. ‘Sarvahitey’ which means the well being of all is said […]

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Govt. to issue vehicle stickers soon; red squares, green circles, yellow triangles introduced

By   /  May 11, 2018  /  Nagaland, Top News  /  Comments Off on Govt. to issue vehicle stickers soon; red squares, green circles, yellow triangles introduced

Kohima Bureau Kohima, May 10 (EMN): Following the announcement made by the People’s Democratic Alliance (PDA) to do away with the prevailing ‘VIP culture’ and in pursuance with the subsequent cabinet decision on March 28 last, the state government has bunged the usage of designation plates on vehicles, which was a rampant practice. The government […]

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Red Cross members urged to venture beyond healthcare activities

By   /  May 8, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Red Cross members urged to venture beyond healthcare activities

Kohima Bureau Kohima, May 8 (EMN): Commemorating the World Red Cross Day, the Indian Red Cross Society, Nagaland Branch has organised a programme on the theme “Everywhere for everyone, smile” at Red Cross complex, Kohima, on May 8. Speaking on the occasion, commissioner and secretary of health and family welfare, Himato Zhimomi, acknowledged the initiatives […]

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Capacity building for social science teachers underway

By   /  May 8, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Capacity building for social science teachers underway

Kohima Bureau Kohima, May 8 (EMN): To develop research capabilities among young faculty members of social sciences and further bring out completed research into publishable material of high quality in the form of journal articles and book, a two week capacity building programme for social science faculty members got underway this morning at Nagaland University, […]

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Road safety: A neglected subject despite 122 deaths in last two years

By   /  April 30, 2018  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Road safety: A neglected subject despite 122 deaths in last two years

Kohima Bureaus Kohima, April 30 (EMN): As the 29th National Road Safety Week came to a close on Monday, an official of the regional transport establishment has underscored that road safety remains as one of the most neglected subjects. Nationally, road accident fatalities are higher than any epidemic, with a major vehicle accident occurring every […]

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Naga youths told to seek employment beyond government

By   /  April 30, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Naga youths told to seek employment beyond government

‘English, construction, and carpentry feasible sectors’ Kohima Bureau Jotsoma, April 30 (EMN): The coordinator of local capacity building group the Entrepreneurs Associates Neichute Doulo has challenged the youths of Nagaland to seek employment beyond government sector jobs. Saying that the government sector was already at a point of saturation, Doulo advised the youths not to […]

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Friends of 80Plus honour the elderly

By   /  April 30, 2018  /  Nagaland  /  Comments Off on Friends of 80Plus honour the elderly

Kohima Bureau Kohima, April 30 (EMN): ‘We love to address you as ‘grandma’ and ‘grandpa’ and this we consider a blessed name above all. Though we are loved by many, the love and affection you showered on us is the greatest of all. It’s always a privilege for us to live as someone’s grandchildren. Your […]

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Should India acknowledge the atrocities it caused on Nagas?

By   /  April 29, 2018  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Should India acknowledge the atrocities it caused on Nagas?

Kohima Bureau Kohima, April 29 (EMN): ‘Should India acknowledge and apologise for the atrocities inflicted upon the Nagas? Yes, because Nagas were treated as if they were, and are, secessionists. Only secessionists can be treated in the way India treated the Nagas’. This was a statement made by peace activist and member of the Forum […]

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