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List of Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from Nagaland

Nagaland has only one seat in the Lok Sabha, the lower house of the Indian Parliament. Nagaland participated in its first general election in 1967. The first member of parliament (MP) was S. C. Jamir of the Nagaland Nationalist Organisation party. He was elected unopposed. List of Members of Parliament (Lok Sabha) from Nagaland: Election …

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Newspapers of Nagaland

Newspapers of Nagaland

General information on popular and better known newspapers of Nagaland. English Newspapers from Nagaland (oldest to latest) Nagaland Post Founder / Editor: Geoffrey Yaden Nagaland Post started publication on 3 December, 1990 Based out of Dimapur, Nagaland Nagaland Post is the first / oldest newspaper of Nagaland. Nagaland Post is also the highest circulated newspaper …

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Nagaland Legislative Assembly and its Constituencies

Nagaland Legislative Assembly As a result of the 16 point agreement signed between the Naga People’s Convention and the Government of India, Naga Hills Tuensang Area (NHTA) became a full-fledged State of Nagaland on 1st December 1963.  Nagaland was the 16th State to be formed under India Union. Nagaland Legislative Assembly is a unicameral legislature. A …

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Regional and National Political Parties in Nagaland

Regional and National Political Parties in Nagaland Major National Political Parties in Nagaland Indian National Congress (INC) Hokishe Sema is the first Chief Minister from INC party in 1986. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Minor National-Level Political Parties in Nagaland National People’s Party (NPP) Janata Dal (United) (JDU) Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) Trinamool Congress (TMC) Lok …

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