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.
COPU meet on Sep 15
Nagaland Legislative Assembly, chairman of the committee on public undertaking Mhathung Yanthan has convened an introductory cum adoption meeting on September 15, 11 am, in the committee room of NLA secretariat. In this regard, all the members of the...
Presidential polls: Kohima police issue traffic advisory
Kohima police has issued traffic advisory in view of the Presidential election scheduled to be held on July 18 at NLA Secretariat, Kohima.According to PRO Kohima police, only vehicles with car passes will be allowed entry to the Assembly...
Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association to resume indefinite agitation
Nagaland Assembly Secretariat Staff Association (NASSA) and Joint Action Committee (JAC), which is opposing the appointment of Dr. PJ Antony (retired officer) to the post of principal secretary NLA secretariat, Monday announced its decision to continue with indefinite the...
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...