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.
Man who ate woman flesh and was believed to be suffering from hydrophobia dies
Man, who killed a woman and ate her flesh in Pali's Saradna village, died on Monday morning. He was initially declared as a patient of hydrophobia. For three days, many doctors from Pali and Jodhpur treated the patient. A team...
Legionella likely behind illness that killed 4, sickened 7 in Argentina
The illness that has sickened 11 people and claimed the lives of four in Argentina may have been brought on by Legionella, the bacteria that causes Legionnaires' disease, media reports say. On Saturday, the health officials said Legionella bacteria was...
Caste atrocities ‘soul-crippling’, needzero tolerance for prejudice: Meira Kumar
Amid the uproar over the death of a Dalit schoolboy in Rajasthan, senior Congress leader Meira Kumar on Sunday stressed on completely eradicating the “illness” of caste system and adopting a zero tolerance approach against prejudice.In an interview with...
DMHP Phek conducts awareness programme
District Mental Health Program (DMHP) Phek conducted an awareness programme on “Mental health & breaking the stigma of mental illness” during a youth camp organised by 5th NAP Baptist Church Phek, at Shisha Hoho Prayer Centre Kutsapo from July...
Putin suffers from multiple ‘grave’ illnesses, has less than 2 yrs to live: Ukrainian intel chief
Kiev: Russian President Vladimir Putin has less than two years to live as he suffers from multiple "grave" illnesses, according to the head of the Ukrainian intelligence service. Major General Kyrylo Budanov said Kiev spies who infiltrated the Kremlin made...
Symposium on ‘Christian and mental health’
A symposium on “Christian and mental health” for senior youth of the Chakhesang Baptist Church Minister’s Hill, Kohima (CBCMHK) was held at Mt Sinai Higher Secondary School chapel, Kohima, on June 10. The main speaker was clinical psychologist Themmungla...