Restoration of Tuli Paper Mill begins after three decades of inactivity

Restoration of Tuli Paper Mill begins after three decades of inactivity

After a hiatus of over three decades, the restoration of the Tuli Paper Mill in Mokokchung, Nagaland, has finally begun. Personnel from 3A Capital Services Limited (3ACSL), the new majority stakeholder, have been deployed to the site to initiate the preliminary stages of the project, marking a significant milestone for the region. The initial phase…

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Can traditional stores survive the rise of 10-minute delivery apps?

Can traditional stores survive the rise of 10-minute delivery apps?

10-minute delivery apps are turning India’s urban shopping habits on their head, giving traditional corner grocery stores a run for their money. This lightning-fast shift in consumer behaviour is rewriting the rules of the country’s retail game, fuelled by an insatiable appetite for convenience and instant gratification that’s sweeping through city streets. The COVID-19 pandemic…

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Ete Coffee and Coffee Board of India hold training to elevate Nagaland coffee

On 18 June 2024, Ete Coffee Shop and the Coffee Board of India embarked on a collaborative journey to revolutionise Nagaland’s coffee industry. The joint training programme, held at Ete Coffee’s headquarters on Billy Graham Road, brought together a diverse group of industry experts, government officials, and aspiring entrepreneurs, all united by a common goal:…

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Kicükiri Clinic

Kicükiri Clinic opens in Kohima, offering top-notch veterinary services

In a significant development for pet owners and livestock farmers in Kohima, the city recently witnessed the inauguration of a state-of-the-art veterinary clinic named “Kicükiri Clinic.” The dedication ceremony, held on 7 June 2024, was graced by Rev Zotou Kiewhuo, Senior Pastor of Koinonia Baptist Church & Principal Kohima Bible College. Situated above Clover Dental…

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Arentsungla Kichu

Naga woman lands dream job at world’s largest electronics maker Foxconn

Arentsungla Kichu, a young Naga woman from Mokokchung, has achieved a remarkable milestone by securing employment at Foxconn, the world’s largest electronic components producer headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan. Kichu, an alumna of Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU), was hired under a tripartite cooperation project between Foxconn, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Centre (TECC), and ADBU….

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'The Communicator' fortnightly newspaper launched at NU Lumami

‘The Communicator’ fortnightly newspaper launched at NU Lumami

The Department of Mass Communication at Nagaland University, Lumami, officially launched their fortnightly newspaper, “The Communicator,” on May 29. The event was graced by the presence of Limalenden Longkumer, the esteemed Editor of Mokokchung Times, who served as the Chief Guest. During his address, Longkumer highlighted the crucial role played by the Department of Mass…

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Top 10 Startups in Nagaland

Top 10 Nagaland Startups in 2024: Innovation amidst challenges

When you think of Nagaland, vibrant culture, the popular Hornbill Festival, or even their comedic education minister might come to mind. However, startups are rarely associated with this northeastern state of India. Despite significant challenges, including infrastructure issues, unpredictable electricity, unstable internet speeds, and extortion, Nagaland’s entrepreneurs have shown remarkable resilience. This article delves into…

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AI Companionship

AI Companionship: A potential solution to the global loneliness epidemic

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology is emerging as a potential solution to the global loneliness epidemic. With millions of people worldwide experiencing chronic loneliness, AI companions are being developed to offer emotional support and companionship, potentially transforming the way we address social isolation. The Loneliness Epidemic Loneliness is a significant public health issue, affecting millions globally….

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Nagaland University's patent success: 45 published, 2 granted

Nagaland University’s patent success: 45 published, 2 granted

Nagaland University has achieved a remarkable milestone in its pursuit of innovation and research excellence. The institution has secured its first-ever patents, with around 45 patents published and two patents granted to its faculty in the last year alone. This significant achievement marks a turning point in the university’s academic and research journey. Under the…

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