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11.10.2018, 8:22 AM

Kohima, Oct. 10 (EMN): A 37 year-old-man from Reguri village under Meluri was arrested on Wednesday, Oct. 10 for allegedly raping his minor 11-year-old step-daughter on several occasions.

The incident came to light when the mother of the victim caught her husband red-handed on the night of October 9. The minor, who is studying in class-VI, reportedly told her mother that she had been repeatedly raped by her step-father on several occasions, threatening her with dire consequences if she reveals it to others.

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11.10.2018, 8:06 AM

Dimapur, Oct. 10 (EMN): The chairman of the Naga Club has refuted a number of statements attributed to him. The chairman of the group, Krurovi Peseyie, issued a note on Wednesday stating that the Naga Club was pan-Naga.

“I, Mr. Krurovi Peseyie am hereby declaring that I always was and am for ‘Nagas are one’ and I had never said or will say that the centennial jubilee of Naga Club would be confined to Nagaland only,’ Peseyie stated in message on Wednesday. ‘I have been vociferously speaking of what Mr. A. Kevichusa, ICS clearly stated that the Naga Club was not for any particular tribe or community or religion. It is for all Nagas. This is the main objective of the Naga Club even today.’

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05.10.2018, 11:55 AM
KOHIMA, OCTOBER 4 (MExN): The Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) has resolved to disassociate itself from the Naga Hoho. It has recalled its representative general secretary from the Hoho till such time Chuba Ozukum relinquish the office of the president. This decision was resolved during the executive council meeting held on September 28 at Phek, a press statement issued by CPO president, Kekhwengulo Lea and general secretary, Mutsivoyi Kotso informed.
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04.10.2018, 7:21 AM

KANGPOKPI | Oct 3 : Opposing the central government’s decision to create three Councils to settle the Naga issue which was reported in some local dailies, the Kuki Inpi has asked the government to first settle the criminal acts allegedly conducted by NSCN-IM including the murder of 905 innocent Kukis, uprooting 360 Kuki villages and seizing their land, and displacement of more than 100,000 Kukis before settling the Naga issue.

Thangkhosei Haokip of Kuki Inpi and chairman of Kuki Organization for Human Rights (KOHUR), T. Lunkim apprised the Prime Minister of India through a representation sent in an email on October 3 while a copy each of the representation was also sent to the UN secretary general, Geneva Antonio Guterres; chief, UNPFII, Henriksen Roy and the presidents of Myanmar of Bangladesh.

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03.10.2018, 10:50 AM

Dimapur, Oct. 2: Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has adopted road for its upkeep stretching from Plaza point (Holy Cross Higher Secondary School Junction) to Clock Tower with the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dimapur Municipal Council (DMC) on October 2.

NWHD president Sungsabeni Jamio firmly said the hoho is concern and focusing to end plastic menace. This was reflected in action, when the participants were served refreshment free from using any plastic cups and plates. She also sought supports and cooperation from shop owners to make the adoption programme successful.

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03.10.2018, 10:31 AM

Nagaland was today declared as the 22nd Open Defecation Free state (Rural) in the country.

“It is a proud moment for all of us,” said PHED Minister, Jacob Zhimomi while making the official declaration here today by unfurling a symbolic scroll at Ura Academy Hall. Nagaland is now the 4th state in the North East and the 22nd state in the country to be declared Open Defecation Free.

Zhimomi informed that ODF status has only been achieved in rural areas, adding that the department is ready to assist the urban areas as and when their service is required in the coming days.

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03.10.2018, 10:12 AM

IMPHAL | Oct 2 : As Tarao tribe faces the threat of becoming extinct, secretary of committee on promotion of Tarao community (COPTARC), S. Moses Tarao today urged the government to take necessary steps to promote the group of tribe before they are extinct, during a press conference held today at Manipur Press Club.

He said that in 2009, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) had declared that the tribe became extinct as their official language is no longer spoken.

But according to researchers of the community, the tribal community were involved during the Anglo-Manipuri war and the tribe took a main role during the time of war. During that time, the population of the community was large but in 1912 it was found that there were only 13 households, he added.

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02.10.2018, 7:28 AM

NSCN (I-M) ato kilonser, Th. Muivah was reportedly admitted to a private hospital in New Delhi on Monday.

Highly placed sources informed Nagaland Post that Muivah was brought to the hospital after he complained of “uneasiness”.

After examination, sources said that Muivah was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for monitoring.

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01.10.2018, 7:54 AM

Dimapur, Sep. 30 (EMN): The third discourse of the Naga Scholars’ Association (NSA) was held on September 28 in the School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, (JNU) in New Delhi.
The theme of the day centered on issues that are concerned with the political economy of the Northeast region and the question of justice or injustice thereof associated with it.

The argument of the opening paper by Dr. Raile R Ziipao from Harvard University, UK titled “Infrastructure of Injustice: A perspective from within” was to disentangle the pattern and distribution of infrastructure in Manipur.

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30.09.2018, 9:03 AM

DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 29 (MExN): The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) and the Eastern Nagaland College Student’ Union (ENCSU) has expressed dismay over the decision of the State Government to disburse the Post-Matric Scholarship (PMS) for Schedule Tribe (ST) students of Nagaland for the year 2017-18 only on installment basis.

A joint statement issued by ANCSU and ENCSU on Saturday said this decision of the state government is contrary to the agreement made that full payment shall be given to the beneficiaries while anticipating the remaining amount from the central government after the state government submit the SIT report.

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30.09.2018, 9:02 AM

Spearheading the statewide mass social work which kick-started from Saturday, Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio appealed the citizens of Nagaland to cooperate and actively involve to the call till October 2. Rio said he looked forward to the support of the citizens towards cleaner Nagaland.

After formal launching of this mass social work, Rio supervised and joined the social work here from PHQ junction till old MLA Hostel Junction, Phoolbari.

This mass social work has been called by the state government to restore the damaged infrastructure caused by monsoon related disasters and also for improving drainage, culverts and roads from September 29 to October 2 in all districts and ADC Headquarters to coincide with the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi which is being observed as part of the Swachhata Hi Seva (SHS) campaign.

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30.09.2018, 8:53 AM

Reacting to the statement issued by NSCN (K) kilonser MIP, ‘col.’ Isak Sumi, the rival group- NSCN/GPRN MIP in-charge ‘maj.’ Joseph Lamkang claimed that the impeachment of former chairman ‘lt. gen.’ (retd) Khango was done according to the party formalities, which was consented and endorsed by all member of the NSCN/GPRN.

Lamkang alleged that some “self-vested individuals and Indian-backed agents within the party”, taking advantage of the situation, had sided with Khango to use him for “their selfish dreams and to work for the enemy”. He also stated that have also been automatically terminated from the party with immediate effect.

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