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.
Voting through postal ballot begins
The voting on postal ballot in Nagaland began on Monday.In Kohima, polling personnel, police personnel and others drafted in election duty for the ensuing general election cast their vote through postal ballot.The facilitation centre for the government drivers requisitioned...
Heroin recovered from Laharijan, Diphu
In its continued drive against narcotic drugs, police in Karbi Anglong recovered 1.304 kg of heroin in two operations conducted in Lahorijan and Diphu in Karbi Anglong district on Wednesday.“The value of the seized contraband is approximately 7 crore...
KUD celebrates Khaozaosie Hok-Ah festival in Diphupar
Khiamniungan Union Dimapur (KUD) celebrated Khaozaosie Hok-Ah festival and held its general session on January 19-20 at Diphupar ‘B’ Local Ground.A press release by KUD stated that the two-day festival cum general session witnessed various cultural displays and traditional...
Woman killed in hit-and-run case; driver arrested
In a tragic incident, a woman pillion rider died after a Dumper truck hit the Scooty she was travelling in on Saturday near Central Jail area, 4th Mile.According to PRO Dimapur police, they received information about the incident at...
Jacob graces NCH golden jubilee
Rs.5 lakh earmarked for NCH’s development through LADP fund Staff Reporter Minster for Public Health Engineering Department (PHED), Jacob Zhimomi on Saturday said the youth were greatest strength of the country and the state.Speaking at the golden jubilee celebration of Nagaland...
Rev. Yankey Patton laid to rest
People from all walks of life paid glowing tributes to late Rev. Yankey Patton at the ‘home going’ funeral service held at Lotha Baptist Church Diphupar on Sunday, organised by the Lotha Baptist Churches Association.Late. Rev. Yankey, Nagaland’s first...
Nagaland’s first State Chaplain Rev. Yankey Patton passes away
Nagaland first State Chaplain Rev. Yankey Patton passed away on January 28 afternoon at his residence in Diphupar. He was 94. His wife predeceased him in 2014 and is survived by his son, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.According...