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.
Nagaland has potential to attract investments, say B20 delegates
Delegates of the B20 meeting here at the State capital Kohima were optimistic that Nagaland has the potential to attract investors especially because of the warm and hospitable nature of the people.Talking to Nagaland Post, Simona Mihai, representing Romanian...
Nagaland: Miss Dimapur curtain raiser
The curtain raiser programme for Miss Dimapur was held on July 30, at Hotel Acacia, with DGP Prison, Rupin Sharma, as special guest.Addressing the gathering, Sharma stated that Nagaland was a place filled with people who were in love...
SMC students showcase Naga culture
DIMAPUR: To preserve and promote the rich Naga cultural heritage, Sakus Mission College (SMC) organized “Cultural Day” on the theme, “Nurture Culture” on April 9.In a press release, organizing committee of the programme stated that students from 11 troupes...
Neiphiu Rio call to preserve and promote rich Naga culture
Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio Tuesday called upon Nagas to preserve and promote the rich Naga culture and heritage by documenting them.He said this while speaking at the Phom Monyu tribal festival celebration at Longleng local ground as special...