Wednesday, November 30, 2022

state govt

State govt to release salaries by Aug 16

After the recent order to hold payment of salaries and wages of government employees, additional chief secretary and finance commissioner Sentiyanger Imchen informed that the salaries would be released by August 16.Interacting with media persons on the sideline of...

Association of Nagaland Literature Boards lauds state govt for approving mother tongue

Association of Nagaland Literature Boards (ANLB) has lauded the state government and the department of school education for the permission to study Mother Tongue of 14 tribe languages of the state from Class IX-X in high schools as requested...

All Nagaland Hindi Students’ Union serves 5-day ultimatum on state government

All Nagaland Hindi Students’ Union (ANHSU) has served a five-day ultimatum on the State government to allow Hindi graduates to sit for exam for recruitment of Hindi teachers scheduled on July 7, 2022. The union threatened to approach the...

State govt issuesgag order on doctors

State government has issued order to doctors in government service citing the Nagaland Government Servant (Conduct) Rules, 1958, which prohibits government servants from broadcasting or publishing or any communication to the press or public utterance of any statement of...

Sand tax: State govt asked to clarify

Sand Stockiest and Sand Suppliers Association and Assam Sand Supplier and Truck Owners Association Nagaland, which discussed the issue of multiple revenue collection from the sand-laden trucks by both the forest department and geology and mining department at an...

Make scholarship nodal cell functional: ANCSU to State govt

All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) has reiterated its appeal to the state government to make the scholarship nodal cell fully functional without any further delay.In a memorandum addressed to the state chief secretary, ANCSU president Toito D Chishi...

The Naga Rising (TNR) asks State Govt to explain steps taken to downsize excess teachers

The Naga Rising (TNR) has demanded to know from the State government about the steps it had been taken to downsize excess teachers, measures initiated to streamline the recruitment process of teachers, disciplinary actions that had been taken against...

NSF urges state govt to appoint chairman and members of NPSC

Lamenting that functioning of the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) has been paralyzed due to the non-appointment of a new chairman and other members of the commission, the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) has urged the state government to fill...

Government has received Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) report on Oting incident, says Neiphiu Rio

Staff Reporter State chief minister Neiphiu Rio on Thursday informed that the state government has received the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL) test report of the Oting incidentTalking to media persons on the sidelines of the inaugural of the cardiac care...