Nagaland News

The Axone story: a film dishes out a different take on a familiar Northeastern experience

Axone follows a day in the life of a group of Northeasterners in Delhi through a wedding, a feast, a landlord-tenant clash — and in them all, the quintessential Northeastern experience in the big city.

Congress files FIR against Nagaland Deputy CM for Model Code of Conduct violation

Congress's demand for repolling, however, was not accepted for recommendation to the Election Commission by Returning Officer M Patton.


37 members quit BJP in Nagaland

In a letter to the BJP state president, the members said they were resigning as they could not agree with the party’s principles, particularly its ‘Hindutva policy’.

Don't be fooled: Behind the dry wit, Nagaland Youtube channel has serious poll warning

It’s a formula that shot them to viral fame two years ago. This election season, the Dimapur-based Youtube channel, Dreamz Unlimited, is back to tell you, in their signature style, to exercise your right to vote.

In Nagaland, state's largest party sits out to back Congress against a rising BJP 'influence'

Ahead of D-day – Nagaland votes in the first phase, on April 11 – Hindutva, as championed by the BJP and its supporters, seems to be one of the key issues.

Nagaland: 4,700 Konyak Naga women dance together to set world record

The programme was organised at Mon during the Aoleang Monyu festival of the Konyak tribe, held between April 1 and 3 every year to welcome the spring.


NSCN-IM appoints new chairman, vice-chairman

A statement issued by NSCN said that the appointment was held during its National Hoho at the outfit’s headquarter, camp Hebron at Dimapur, Nagaland.

How a Naga tribe is challenging clichéd notions of advancement, backwardness

This new year, let’s embrace advancement by looking beyond the constructed narrative, shrugging off generalisations, and learning from one another’s transformative ideas and cultural wisdom, even those in faraway corners.

Peace talks: Key Naga group says no headway

FNR also gave a call to “re-imagine the Indo-Naga Peace Process,” a call for a complete overhaul which signals a dead-end for the ongoing peace process. But the Centre’s interlocutor for Naga talks and Deputy National Security Advisor, R N Ravi, denies that the talks have reached a dead-end.

A new beginning

Friendly relations between Nagaland and Manipur could help transform the Northeast

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Mob in Nagaland break into jail, lynch rape accused; curfew ordered

Curfew has been imposed in Dimapur, Nagaland after an angry mob broke into a jail, dragged out a rape accused and lynched him.


Bandh cripples normal life in Assam

The bandh was called in protest against police action which allegedly led to the killing of three people in Golaghat town along the border with Nagaland.

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Along with Kerala, Nagaland is going through its own crisis this monsoon: News in Numbers

The Nagaland government requires around Rs 800 crore immediately for the restoration of the damages caused by landslides and flash flood during this monsoon season, a top state government official said Monday. See more:

Significance of Modi Government's Peace Accord With Nagaland Insurgent Group

The Narendra Modi led government and the dominant I-M faction of Nationalist Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) announced Monday the signing of a peace accord which should bring to an end the decades-old insurgency in the hills of Nagaland and districts in the adjoining states. The pact was signed in the presence of the Prime […]