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.
US coercive diplomacy is generally ineffective and often counterproductive and it endangers the whole world
Economic sanctions, Visa restrictions, political embargo are the part of US coercive diplomacy. These are not a modern development. These first recorded use was in ancient Greece. But despite all the evidence since then showing they are generally ineffective...
India, Bangladesh ‘railway diplomacy’ enhancing brotherly ties, connectivity
In spite of its being the most convenient mode of communication, railway in this country has never been exposed to its true potential. With its basic infrastructure tracing back more than a hundred years, it has suffered more neglect...
China’s Belt and Road Initiative hits bump of poor risk management
Amid accusations of "debt-trap diplomacy", Chinese companies seek more overseas direct investment opportunities and fewer foreign contracted projects as President Xi Jinpings flagship initiative of BRI is stymied by poor risk management, Nadia Clark wrote in a blog for...
India, Bangladesh, Myanmar ‘paddy diplomacy’
Bangladesh has offered over $40 a tonne more to Indian cooperatives to import 2.5 lakh tonnes of parboiled rice in a government-to-government deal compared with prices quoted by the private trade in a global import tender. The import deal will...
Myanmar, Bangladesh ‘fish, salt and areca nut diplomacy’
In the cross-border commerce with Bangladesh, Myanmar has been exporting more than it has been importing, with 8,620.7 tonnes of exports to Bangladesh valued at US$10.733 million between April and October of the fiscal year 2022–2023. The two border checkpoints...
Myanmar-Bangladesh ‘Border Guard Diplomacy’ strengthens ties
Border Guard Bangladesh in a top-level meeting with their Myanmar counterpart Border Guard Police on Thursday called for maintaining peace and curbing trans-boundary crime. In the meeting held in Myanmar’s capital, Naypyidaw, the Bangladeshi side also urged building mutual trust...