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.
NSF, NGBF welcome signing of ‘September Joint Accordant’
Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) and Nagaland GB Federation (NGBF) have welcomed the signing of ‘September Joint Accordant’ by NSCN (I-M) and WC, NNPGs at a meeting held at Sovima on September 14, 2022 in the presence of Forum for...
NSCN (I-M), NNPGs reaffirm CoR
Reaffirming the June 13, 2009 ‘Covenant of Reconciliation’, NSCN (I-M) and the Working Committee of the Naga National Political Groups (NNPGs) have renewed “to work together in the spirit of love,” and desist from all forms of armed violence...
DNSU organises debate on Naga issue
NSF DIRECTS ALL UNITS TO OBSERVE ‘NAGA INDEPENDENCE DAY’ Dimapur Naga Students Union (DNSU) organised a debate competition on the topic “an unhealthy paradigm movement has emerged in today’s age; its diverging the movement’s true nature” at Bethesda Higher Secondary...
Lecture on Naga ancestral remains held in Dimapur
Lecture on “Naga Ancestral Remains, Repatriation and Healing of the Land”, was held at Room 03, at Kuda B Village, with renowned researcher and anthropologist, Dr. Dolly Kikon as speaker, here, on Wednesday. It was a part of Morung...
There shouldn’t be miscarriage of justice in Oting, Mon killings: FNR
Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) has reaffirmed that there must be no miscarriage of justice and truth must be told for justice to be delivered in Oting and Mon incidents on December 4 and 5, 2021 respectively that claimed...
Rio calls for unity through reconciliation
Staff Reporter Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio has said if an honourable settlement to the Naga issue is achieved that was acceptable to people, legislators had resolved to pave way for an alternative arrangement but if no solution was achieved...
FNR, 26 organizations demand repeal of AFSPA, justice for Mon victims
Forum for Naga Reconciliation (FNR) and 26 other organisations have demanded immediate withdrawal and repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act and justice to the victims of Oting and Mon incidents. A public declaration adopted at “Memories of Oting...
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