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.
Dimapur Railway station
NFR notices raise more questions than answers
While trying to fulfil the process of eventual eviction of persons described as “unauthorised occupants” over Railway land measuring around 30 Hectares in Dimapur, the Northeast Frontier Railways (NFR) pasted notices at a few areas in and around Dimapur...
Nagaland: Railway Contractors’ Union Nagaland demands Special Investigation Team probe into railway land encroachment
Railway Contractors’ Union Nagaland (RCUN) has demanded that the State government should immediately set up a Special Investigation Team (SIT) to conduct an investigation into rampant encroachment on railway land and book those officials involved in the corruption as...
Rio vows not to allow encroachment to impede development in Nagaland
State chief minister Neiphiu Rio Monday categorically sated that the State government would not allow people to encroach upon government land and thereby act as an impediment in the State’s growth and development.Rio’s statement comes against the backdrop of...
Dimapur Railway Station losing the race
Staff ReporterWhile other railway stations in the North East are undergoing transformation in the form of more train stoppages, better passenger facilities and modern outlook; Dimapur railway station will only have a face make up and will eventually lose...
Development of Dimapur Railway station halted
Encroachment of 30.283 ha out of 53.806 ha railway land blocks development Rampant encroachments of lands in Nagaland, especially of public areas has become the main hurdle against development and this is amply evident with regard to railway lands in...