Wednesday, November 30, 2022

CSOs

Modi urged not to delay further outcome of negotiations

In a significant development, the conference of eight Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) of Nagaland have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi not to delay any further, the outcome of Naga political negotiations and rather ask negotiators to respond either...

President Murmu to launch 17 GRCs

STATE LEVEL CONSULTATIVE MEETING OF STAKEHOLDERS ON GENDER CAMPAIGN In view of the nationwide campaign against gender-based discrimination to be launched by President of India, Droupadi Murmu on November 25, a state level consultative meeting of stakeholders on gender campaign...

Actions taken against some CSOs for illegal practices: India at UNHRC

India on Thursday said actions were taken against some civil society organisations due to their illegal practices, including mala fide rerouting of money and continuing violations of foreign exchange management rules and tax laws of the country, reiterating that...

NIDA calls off cease-work protest after govt’s assurance

Following the assurance given by the State government to address the issue within six months, Nagaland In-service Doctors’ Association (NIDA) called off the ongoing cease-work agitation with immediate effect.However, the association cautioned that it would not stay idle until...

Governor flags extortion, illegal taxation by groups

Governor Prof Jagdish Mukhi has raised concern over the menace of extortion and illegal taxation by various groups and urged the public to come out in one voice to stop it once and for all.According to an official statement,...

Revoke ‘illegal appointments’ in CTC: Chümou CSOs

Chümoukedima civil society organisations (CSOs), which had served 30-day ultimatum on the Municipal Affairs Department (MAD) to revoke the “illegal appointments” in Chümoukedima Town Council (CTC), have extended deadline by another seven days for the department to terminate those...

RTI Week observed across Nagaland

In accordance with the State Commission, and with an aim to create awareness among district officials, village councils/VDBs, students, media, NGOs, CSOs, etc., various districts and educational institutions across the state observed ‘Right to Information (RTI) Week’ under the...

Media houses cease work in Mnp

Newspapers failed to hit the stands in Manipur on Tuesday after journalists went on cease work strike following a fresh diktat from two factions of an armed rebel outfit interfering in the affairs of a prominent student body.The newspapers...

CSOs lock BJP office in Kangpokpi

Manipur based Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) on Monday locked the main gate of ruling BJP’s office in Kangpokpi district and declared to boycott the party in the state.CSOs locked down the BJP office with a padlock in protest against...

No roll back on decision on prohibition: Biren

CSOS OPPOSE MANIPUR GOVERNMENT’S DECISION ON PROHIBITION Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh said there would be Nno roll back to the decision on lifting prohibition, said even as the voice against the government’s decision got louder on Friday.On September...