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.
First session of the 14th Assembly from today
The nine-day budget session of the new Nagaland Assembly (14th NLA) will commence its first session on Monday, officials said.Pro-tem speaker Mhathung Yanthan will administer the oath to the newly elected members, which would be followed by the election...
NPF open to post-poll alliance: Azo
The Naga People’s Front (NPF), one of the oldest regional parties in the state, will press for a solution of the vexed Naga Political Issue if it comes to power after the Assembly election and is ready for post-poll...
Cong accuses BJP of going all out to destroy regional parties
All India Congress Committee (AICC) media coordinator Sujata Paul has accused BJP of having no respect for any regional party and was all out to destroy regional political parties across the country.Addressing the media at Congress Bhavan here on...
Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association firm on demand; to continue agitation
Says, govt yet to respond even after 4 days of agitation Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association (NASSA) and Joint Action Committee (JAC) have on Tuesday affirmed to continue the ongoing agitation for three more days (June 8-10, 2022).NASSA is protesting...
‘Black badge’: Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association to intensify stir
Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association (NASSA) along with the Joint Action Committee (JAC) on Saturday resolved to intensify its agitation by launching a two-day ‘black badge’ protest starting Monday (June 6-7).The decision comes following a joint meeting of NASSA...