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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

2018 fails to realise Nagaland's dream

The chorus for a resolution before the 2019 Lok Sabha elections grew louder during the year. It also became a major issue before the assembly elections in February.

How Naga chants came to set the rhythm for a musical

Arenla Subong’s film Enter My World is set to the tunes of a homegrown genre of world music that infuses jazz, rock and pop with tribal Naga chants


In Nagaland, a designated day to celebrate its bees

Once a traditional hobby, today beekeeping in Nagaland has become a sustainable source of income for its villagers.

A forgotten tale: how the first Nagamese book is seeking a reprint

Navamalati Chakraborty’s “Nagaland” was the first Nagamese book ever written, and subsequently forgotten. It might be brought back to life.

Nagaland: Police to act as tourist guides for Hornbill Festival 2018

Ahead of the ten-day-long Hornbill Festival 2018, Nagaland officially launches Tourist Police — a specialised police unit that will be on-call for tourists 24X7

In Nagaland, 'cradles' of hope for abandoned babies

Part of a pilot project called Cradle of Hope by State Child Protection Services, the cradles which will be placed in police stations, hospitals, clinics, anganwadis etc, aim at helping young mothers “to surrender their child in a responsible manner.”

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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: