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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 of Nagaland.
  • Website: www.nagalandpost.com

Nagaland Page

  • Founder / Editor: T Monalisa Changkija
  • Started publication on 29 May, 1999
  • Based out of Dimapur, Nagaland
  • Website: www.nagalandpage.com

Eastern Mirror

  • Founder / Editor: Deithono Nakhro
  • Eastern Mirror was launched in August 2002
  • Based out of Dimapur, Nagaland
  • Website: www.easternmirrornagaland.com

Morung Express

  • Founder / Editor: Akum Longchari
  • Morung Express was founded on 14 September 2005
  • Based out of Dimapur, Nagaland
  • Website: www.morungexpress.com

Nagaland Today

  • Publisher / General Manager: Yudang Ao
  • Launched: 29 August 2018
  • Based out of Dimapur, Nagaland

Vernacular (Local dialect) Newspapers from Nagaland:

Tir YimYim  – is a vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Ao dialect

Capi – vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Tenyidie dialect

    • Founder / Editor: Mhalezolie Kire

Sumi Zümulhü – vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Sumi dialect

    • Founder / Editor: Inato Shikhu
    • Launched on: 2 September, 2011

Nagamese Khobor – vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Nagamese

    • Founder / Editor :H. Lemei (Arenla) Phom
    • Launched on: December 01, 2013

Ao Milen

    • Founded by Ao Students’ Conference (AKM)
    • Started publications in 1933
    • Based out of Mokokchung
    • Ao Milen is the third oldest newspaper published in the North East and the oldest from Nagaland.
    • Ao milen is an outcome of the general conference of Ao Students’ Conference (AKM) in 1931 at Waromung village where a resolution was adopted to publish a newspaper and was named ‘The Naga Messenger’.
    • In 1937, the paper was renamed ‘Ao Milen’.
    • It was only from September 2006 that Ao Milen started publication daily.
    • Late. Sosangmeren is the better known editor of Ao Milen (passed away on September 19, 2010).

Vünglangh Manliüng – vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Phom dialect

    • Founder / Editor: H. Lemei (Arenla) Phom
    • Launched on May 15, 2010
    • Published from Dimapur
    • Out of circulation

Tenyi Ralha – vernacular newspaper of Nagaland in Angami dialect

    • Founder / Editor: Vilasielie Nakhro
    • Published from Kohima
    • Out of circulation

Contact information of most media houses can be found here: Government of Nagaland-Accredited Press & Media Persons

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