Sources say that one of main reasons IPS officer Rupin Sharma was not wanted by the ruling government is because he stopped the back-door appointments in police and formalised every recruitment process.
Lok Sabha Bypoll Results 2018, Lok Sabha Bye-Election Results 2018: The EC after receiving reports of failure of voting machines ordered repolling for some booths in Kairana, Bhandara-Gondiya and Nagaland which took place on Wednesday.
In Dimapur, a Facebook post brings together a group of people who crowdfund what is believed to be the state’s first independent public library.
Unlike other parts of the country, only 11.7 per cent of forests in Nagaland is under the control of the state and the rest is under control of individuals or communities.
Naga filmmaker Sesino Yhoshü’s ‘The Pangti Story’ adjudged the Best Environment Film at the 65th National Film Awards explores the story behind the people of Pangti turning protectors from predators of the Amur Falcon.
Alobo Naga, Nagaland’s homegrown musician and winner of three awards at Mumbai’s Artist Aloud Music Awards last week, on why no amount of international love will make him move away from home.
Jamir’s dedication to promotion of Hindi and also social service have been acknowledged with 14 awards over the past few decades.
Incessant corruption and the lack of political will have confined both the IG Stadium in the state capital and the State Stadium in Dimapur to a perpetual “under construction” status for decades, reports Kallol Dey from Kohima.
To counter the ‘anti-Christian’ tag and woo voters in the Christian dominated state, the saffron party in the run-up to the 13th Nagaland Legislative Assembly election, promised trips to Jerusalem if it was voted to power.
Former Railways Minister Suresh Prabhu had laid the foundation stone of the Dhansiri (Dimapur)-Zubza broad gauge line at the Dimapur railway station in August 2016. The first phase of the project had begun in late 2015.
The chief minister, along with 10 other ministers, were administered the oath of office by Governor P B Acharya on March 8. Acharya had asked the newly-elected chief minister to prove his majority on the floor of the House by March 16.
The event marked the comeback of Rio as the chief minister of Nagaland after being on an exile of sorts from Nagaland state politics since he stepped out with the ambition of a union cabinet berth in 2014.
Neiphiu Rio will be sworn in on Thursday, and has to prove his majority on the floor of the House “on or before March 16”, according to a media release issued by the office of Governor P B Acharya Tuesday evening.
“After coming to know of the decision of BJP severing ties with NPF, I am submitting the resignation of the council of ministers headed by me,” said the outgoing chief minister.
With BJP’s 12 seats, alliance partner Neiphiu Rio’s NDPP bagging 18, the JD(U) promising support of its lone MLA despite a previous alliance with NPF, and support of one Independent candidate, the alliance now has 32 MLAs.