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.
Hornbill: Cultural activities enthrall visitors on day 9
NALIN KOHLI GRACES CULTURAL PRESENTATION Cultural troupes from various tribes enthralled the visitors on the 9th day of the Hornbill Festival at main arena, Kisama on December 9. Advocate, Supreme Court of India, Nalin S. Kohli was the chief guest...
Colourful cultural performances mark day-4 of Hornbill
Colourful cultural performances by tribes of Nagaland continued to entertain visitors as Hornbill Festival at Kisama entered Day-4 on Sunday.The morning session of the day was attended by Indian Oil Corporation executive director and State head G Ramesh as...
Hornbill international strongman and CrossFit competition on Dec 7
As part of Hornbill Festival 2022, the Nagaland Strongman and Fitness Association (NSFA) in association with Tourism Department will be organizing the 5th edition of Hornbill International Strongman and Crossfit (Men & Women) competition on December 7 at Old...
NDPP appeals Eastern Nagaland leaders to reconsider decision to boycott Hornbill
The Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP) on Friday appealed to the leaders and people of Eastern Nagaland to reconsider their decision to abstain from taking part in Hornbill Festival and join rest of the State in celebrating the festival...
Great Indian Hornbill tortured to death
An undated video, which has gone viral on social media, has drawn severe criticism where an endangered great Indian Hornbill is seen being tortured and beaten to death, reportedly in Wokha district.When contacted, forest officials said that they have...