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Adoption in Nagaland: The Naga way and statutory imperatives

By   /  March 26, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Adoption in Nagaland: The Naga way and statutory imperatives

Staff Reporter Dimapur, March 25 (EMN): In Nagaland, adoption of children is an issue of concern involving complex procedures and situations that require an understanding of the local socio-cultural conventions that govern the Naga community. It requires one to have clarity, says K Ela, director of Dimapur-based nongovernmental organisation Prodigals’ Home. The Naga people have […]

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TBC organises Annual Youth Coffee House

By   /  March 25, 2017  /  Entertainment  /  Comments Off on TBC organises Annual Youth Coffee House

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Town Baptist Church (TBC) Dimapur youth department today organised its annual Youth Coffee House at its church with ‘The Gluttones’ as the lead worship team. TBC has been actively organising the annual coffee house in their church for more than 10 years with a vision to bring all the youths from different corners of the […]

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No leads on Lanunukshi’s murder case

By   /  March 25, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on No leads on Lanunukshi’s murder case

Dimapur, March 24 (EMN): Three days after twenty five years old Lanunukshi Pongen was found murdered near Deputy Commissioner’s office, Dimapur, on March 21, the case seemed to be getting murkier with no lead in the investigation. The body of Lanunukshi Pongen, son of late Aozulu Pongen of Mongsenyimti village under Mokokchung district and resident […]

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Naga movement is political, not tribal: Prof A Lanunungsang Ao

By   /  March 25, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Naga movement is political, not tribal: Prof A Lanunungsang Ao

Dimapur, March 24 (EMN): Of the many tribal movements to have emerged from the sub-continent’s rich conserve of tribal residents, the Naga movement is different from the other ‘tribal movements’, since it is political in nature. This observation was shared by the retired pro-vice chancellor of Nagaland Unicversity, Prof A Lanunungsang Ao during a national […]

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Fire leaves 34 families homeless in Dimapur

By   /  March 24, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Fire leaves 34 families homeless in Dimapur

Dimapur, March 23 (EMN): At least 34 families were rendered homeless following a major fire that occurred at Khermahal in Dimapur on Thursday, March 23, officials from the Dimapur fire department said. The sources said that around 35 houses–thatched and semi-thatched houses–including a service centre shop dealing in electronic items, and two-wheeler spare-parts shop, were […]

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Harvest School Mission set to train upcoming missionaries

By   /  March 23, 2017  /  Nagaland, State  /  Comments Off on Harvest School Mission set to train upcoming missionaries

Dimapur, March 23 (EMN): Seeing the potential and rising numbers of the Naga missionaries in Nagaland, Harvest School of Missions in collaboration with Iris Global, a Christian mission organisation with Asia Harvest Alliance (AHA), a network of churches and ministries will be conducting a residential school programme for 30 days at Life Spring Corner, Dimapur […]

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Muivah says no solution without integration of Nagas

By   /  March 22, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Muivah says no solution without integration of Nagas

• Framework agreement is the second bus we cannot afford to miss: Kholi • Says agreement is issue-based, and embraces all Nagas and their territories   Dimapur, March 21: NSCN (IM) ato kilonser and the outfit’s chief negotiator of the Indo-Naga peace talks, Th Muivah called on the Nagas to retrospect the purpose of Jehovah […]

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‘Own moral responsibility to develop State education sector:’ DC Dimapur

By   /  March 22, 2017  /  State  /  Comments Off on ‘Own moral responsibility to develop State education sector:’ DC Dimapur

Staff Reporter Dimapur, March 21: Emphasising that high literacy percentage in the State does not reflect quality of education, Deputy Commissioner, Dimapur, Kesonyu Yhome urged the teachers to own moral responsibility ‘If we have to develop our education sector.’ Kesonyu Yhome said this at the District Mission Authority- SSA Dimapur Community Mobilisation programme on March […]

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Unidentified body found

By   /  March 22, 2017  /  Top News  /  Comments Off on Unidentified body found

Dimapur, March 21: The body of an unidentified youth with multiple injuries on the face and head was recovered lying by the roadside near Deputy Commissioner’s office Dimapur on Tuesday morning. Accdoring to police, they received information from nearby residents around 5.15 am on Tuesday morning. Suspected to be a murder case, police said a […]

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Again, poor drainage and road threaten Kalibari with flood

By   /  March 21, 2017  /  State  /  Comments Off on Again, poor drainage and road threaten Kalibari with flood

Staff Reporter Dimapur, March 20 :The spell of rain during the week and on Monday led to, as usual, water clogging along the Kalibari road in Dimapur including other roads in the area. Although Monday’s rain was light, the road was flooded–sewage from clogged drains.

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