Launched on December 3, 1990. Nagaland Post is the first and highest circulated newspaper of Nagaland state. Nagaland Post is also the first newspaper in Nagaland to be published in multi-colour.
Irish government begins paying 2,000 artists a weekly income
The Irish government has started to pay 2,000 artists a weekly income of €325 (£280). It’s in response to suggestions by a taskforce set up by Catherine Martin – the Irish Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sports and...
Awareness rally marks Raja Ram Mohan Roy’s 250th birth anniversary
Commemorating the 250th birth anniversary of Raja Ram Mohan Roy, the department of Art & Culture organised awareness rallies on women empowerment in several districts on Wednesday, to honour his contributions to women’s rights in India including the abolishment...
‘Culture, a source of strength & identity for Nagas’
Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha, S. Phangnon Konyak on Saturday said culture and tradition are the source of strength and identity for Nagas.Speaking at the launching programme of a book titled “Folktales of the Konyak Nagas” authored by E....
NSU to nurture sporting talents of NE: Reddy
Nagaland women boxing team strike 2 gold, 3 silver Correspondent Union minister of Culture, Tourism and DoNER G Kishan Reddy on Monday said that National Sports University (NSU) will play a key role in nurturing the sporting talents from all over...
‘Preserve rich culture of ancestors’
Advisor for Tourism, Art & Culture, H. Khehovi Sumi on Wednesday urged upon the members of Phom community to promote and preserve the rich culture and traditions of their ancestors in order to protect their identity.According to a DIPR...
Students must wear prescribed uniform, says MP minister
Amid protests in Karnataka over some colleges not allowing girls to wear the hijab in the campus, a Madhya Pradesh minister on Friday batted for uniforms in educational institutions.Madhya Pradesh Spiritual, Culture and Tourism Minister Usha Thakur was replying...
Book on ‘Ancient Ao Naga Religion and Culture’ released
Staff Reporter A book titled, “Ancient Ao Naga Religion and Culture”, authored by late Panger Imchen, was released by Emeritus Professor of Constructive Theology and Philosophy, OTS, Rev. Dr. Wati Aier on January 22, at DBIDL hall, Dimapur. The book...