Kohima: The Nagaland Landowners Association, whose lands were to be acquired for construction of railway line from Dimapur-Kohima, has rejected the Union Railway Ministry’s offer of Rs 25 per squar

Kohima : Incessant medium to heavy downpour throughout Nagaland has caused landslides in all the districts and damaged roads, cultivated lands and other property over a month.

Kohima: Continuous rainfall hit life in Nagaland today as andslides were reported from across the state though traffic remained largely unaffected. Official sources said landslides were continuing on National Highways 29, 61 and 155.

KOHIMA: Due to incessant rains, landslides occurred at various locations along the NH-39 between Dimapur and Kohima. With the onset of monsoon, it is anticipated that bigger slides may occur along this road. The Border Roads Organization has been working tirelessly to clear the slides as and when they occur.

Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio today exhorted farmers of the state to adopt better farming practices to increase productivity while distributing farm machinery during a function at the Dimapur sports complex today.

Rio said though 75 per cent of the state

Kohima, May 16: The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard) has sanctioned financial assistance of Rs 78.57 crore to the state to support 37 new rural infrastructure projects.

Nabard general manager, Nagaland, U.S.

Nagaland appeared to have sprung a surprise by registering a negative population growth - minus 0.47 per cent , implying its population has decreased since last count.

This was, however, easily explained from the fact that the base figure was unreliable.

Kohima, March 24: Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio today presented a deficit budget of Rs 602.30 crore.

Rio said the current transaction of the coming year 2011-12 is estimated to result in a negative balance of Rs 0.86 crore.

KOHIMA, March 24

Kohima, March 2: Nagaland government employees working for rural development were today called upon to work together and constructively for sustainable development of the rural areas.

The parliamentary secretary of the state rural development department, Pangnyu Phom, who was the chief guest at the annual conference of the Nagaland Rural Development Services Association held here today, called