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.
Cong complains about violence against Oppn candidates in Tripura
A Congress delegation headed by party general secretary Mukul Wasnik met Election Commission officials on Wednesday and complained about violence in Tripura, alleging that Congress workers were being targeted by the ruling party.The Congress alleged that it’s party candidates...
Breakdown of law & order in Nagaland: AICC
All India Congress Committee (AICC) general secretary and member of Parliament (MP) Mukul Wasnik alleged complete breakdown of law and order in Nagaland.Wasnik, who is heading the six-member AICC delegation, arrived Nagaland to hold discussions with senior State Congress...
Kharge meets top Congress leaders to strategise party’s outreach plan
Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge on Friday chaired a meeting of top leaders on ways to strengthen the organisation and to take forward the party’s soon-to-be launched outreach initiative.Kharge held deliberations with party general secretaries, in-charges of various states, PCC...
Cong may get a non-Gandhi president by Sept
As the countdown began for the election of Congress president, the party’s election authority on Sunday said it would stick to the schedule of electing a new chief by September 20.Chairman of the party’s Central Election Authority Madhusudan Mistry...
RS polls today: Stakes high for 16 seats across four States
Stakes are high for the 16 Rajya Sabha seats across four states, voting for which will be conducted on Friday. The outcome will determine the balance in the upper House of Parliament, where the ruling NDA does not command...
Top leaders in race as Cong may get 11 RS seats
The Congress is likely to get 11 Rajya Sabha seats in the upcoming election cycle with some of its top leaders, including P Chidambaram and Jairam Ramesh, eyeing another term.This will also help the Congress strengthen its party position...