The spine-chilling story of the coal miners who were mercilessly gunned down by the Indian Army thinking them to be militants has continued to haunt the minds of the people.
The CNTC reiterates its position on the early Naga political solution. It requests that the Government of India deliver the solution promised prior to the state assembly elections.
In the letter addressing PM Modi, the Rising People’s Party highlighted the need for President’s Rule and claimed that the state has been witnessing systemic corruption and fiscal mismanagement among others.
In a release, the Nagaland Congress said that justice and equality, besides special attention would be given if Congress was given an opportunity to form the government.
Sumi community of Eastern Nagaland has appealed to the Prime Minister to “protect the interest and uphold the desire and aspiration of the Sumi tribe of Eastern Nagaland to continue to live under the jurisdiction of the present Nagaland state.”
In a tweet PM Modi said that India takes great pride in the culture of Nagaland, which emphasises on courage, hardwork, and living in harmony with nature.
Celebration the occasion, Nagaland Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio launched the SAHYOG project of Nagaland Police and also flagged off Nagaland Police Special Operation Group Vehicles.
The house unanimously resolved that, in honour of the 14 October ENPO CEC Tuensang Resolution, the seven tribes of Eastern Nagaland shall not display or participate in any program that is related to showcasing Traditional Attires.
The commissioner in the notification stated that there has been an apprehension that the movement/presence of anti-social elements may result in a breach of peace in the said area.
During the yatra, Theunuo also addressed a press conference, wherein, he alleged that there is no rule of law in the state and people don't respect the government because it does not work for their welfare.
Reacting to the official notice released by the state government where village guards of each tribe have been invited to participate in the Statehood day slated to be held on December 1 along with the Hornbill festival, the RPP has slammed the government for ‘forcing’ the people to participate in the state-level celebrations.
In an official statement, the Nagaland Congress leader claimed that the phrase ‘forced conversion’, has been coined by RSS and BJP which has never convinced him.
Every Hornbill festival is celebrated from 1-10 December in the North Eastern region and the state of Nagaland. The festival is named after the Indian hornbill bird which is a large forest bird. The Hornbill festival gives an insight into the different tribes of Nagaland.
Earlier, Nagaland Chief Minister Rio said, "We will facilitate an appointment for ENPO to meet the Union Home Minister Amit Shah and if Prime Minister also comes we will make a request".
Further, the Congress leader claimed that online appointments, zoom interviews, permanent posts, and advertisements were created without giving the nurses a chance to respond
The Naga People’s Front President (NPF), Dr Shürhozelie Liezietsu alleged that the present Nagaland Government has no economic policy, no fiscal policy, no programme for human development
In a press statement, Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) president said, "The 10-Point Commitment of NBCC’s Sesquicentennial celebration is addressed to politicians and government employees".
As per police, the prisoners include under-trial inmates and murder convicts and they managed to flee in the wee hours on November 18 after somehow getting hold of their cell keys.
ENWO urged the tribal bodies to comply with the resolution affirmed by Eastern Nagaland People's Organisation to refrain from participating in the Hornbill festival.
The veteran Congress leader and former CM SC Jamir said in a video statement that he was alive and that he continues to maintain very good health.
The Naga Mother’s Association (NMA), a civil society based in Nagaland has written a letter to the state health minister demanding the government’s intervention in service regularisation of Department Recruited Aggrieved Nurses 2021 (DRAN) for their relentless services during the Covid pandemic.
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