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.
John Tsulise Sangtam
LHSSK welcome gate inaugurated
Loyola Higher Secondary School Kiphire (LHSSK) “welcome gate” was inaugurated Friday by additional secretary, Rural Development (RD), John Tsulise Sangtam as special guest.The gate was constructed by the Alumni Association of Loyola Higher Secondary School Kiphire in view of...
Sangtam community celebrates Mongmong festival
Tsarü Suro Union Dimapur (TSUD), Kiphire Area Sangtam Union Dimapur (KASUD) and Sangtam Union Kohima (SUK) on Saturday, celebrated Mongmong festival with pomp and gaiety.Promote the good legacy without ‘isms’, Pangnyu tells SangtamsMinister for Health and Family Welfare (H&FW),...
NPSC reacts to social media post
Nagaland Public Service Commission has sharply reacted to a report circulating on social media, which purportedly claims that certain candidates (three in number) have qualified for viva-voce without even appearing written examination.NPSC secretary John Tsulise Sangtam stated that while...