Monthly Archives: November 2019

Dimapur Police Arrested 4 Youth with Drug, Cash and Weapons

Dimapur, Nov. 14: In a classic cat and mouse chase episode, Dimapur police stumbled upon a deadly haul of drugs, cash and weapon, following a series of ‘terraced investigation’.On the night of 13/11/19 a police team intercepted a scorpio vehicle(on NH 29) on suspicion of driving with fake vehicle registration plates. On interrogation of the occupants, unaccounted cash of Rs.3 Read more

JLF (Nagaland) Adopted 6 Resolutions for Acceptable Naga Solution

Dimapur, Nov. 13: The Joint Legislators Forum on Naga political issue, comprised of Nagaland Legislative Assembly members across party lines, held a consultative meeting today at Chumukedima Police Complex in Dimapur. This meeting happened after the incessant complaints put up by the NPF Party charging the ruling PDA Government of Nagaland for deliberately not calling for a consultative meeting. In Read more

READ: Waste Management? Two Ukhrul Lads Show the Way

Having done post graduation in M.Sc. Environmental in Pune, Yoyung Shaiza and Patrick Shangh, started a waste collection initiative in Ukhrul Town, something no one likes to think of doing after studying in some of the best universities of India. They started a service initiative called ‘2S Services‘,¬†Shaiza and Shangh which are their respective surnames. They began this in July, Read more

Online ILP Application Launched in Nagaland

Kohima, Nov. 7: The Chief Minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio, has today launched an online application portal for Inner Line Permit to Nagaland. ILP permit is normally acquired from the Airports or from Nagaland House for outsiders in various states to enter Nagaland. Now anyone willing to visit the state can directly apply online: ilp.nagaland.gov.in. In his tweet, Mr. Rio Read more

ULFA Chief Praised Khaplang But Called Muivah a ‘Traitor’.

Paresh Baruah
Guwahati: Days after the Indian government is said to have reached an agreement with the Isak-Muivah faction of the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) and the Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs), Paresh Baruah, chief of the United Liberation Front of Assam-Independent (ULFA-I), has hit out at the pro-talks leaders of the Naga rebel groups. Talking to News18 over the phone Read more
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