BJP-NDPP alliance seems set to form govt in Nagaland under Neiphiu Rio: Support from two new MLAs takes tally to 31
With support from two outside MLAs, the BJP-NDPP led People's Democratic Alliance's tally has increased to 31 MLAs, making it the most likely contender to form the government in Nagaland
For political parties, elections in Nagaland have become an expensive affair
Ahead of polls, Nagaland Baptist Church Council says BJP must declare itself secular, answer questions on Hindutva
Reverend Zelhou Keyho, general secretary of NBCC, in an exclusive interview with Firstpost, appealed to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to declare itself secular. He also stated that the BJP has to answer questions related to its Hindutva connection.
Nagaland polls: NPF's KG Kenye on ruling party's split with BJP, infighting and shifting political dynamics of state
NPF's secretary general KG Kenye speaks about his party's stand ahead of Assembly election, the Naga Peace Accord, and its severed alliance with BJP.
'Had we gone it alone, we'd have won 20 seats': Nagaland BJP state president talks seat-sharing, dissent and defections
From the Opposition to the church to civil society groups, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Nagaland faces many challenges before the 27 February Assembly election.
Nagaland Election: BJP confident its Hindutva thrust will not impact party's prospects in Christian-majority state
Can a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader be a good Naga Christian at the same time? Or are the two identities contradictory to each other?
Nagaland Assembly polls: No candidates file papers for election on third day of filing of nomination
The Chief Electoral Officer of Nagaland, Abhijit Sinha, said no candidate had filed nominations for the election so far. The last date of filing of nominations is 7 February
Nagaland Assembly polls on 27 Feb: As NPF tries to retain political dominance, talks with rebel groups take centre stage
An overview of the Assembly elections in the NorthEastern state of Nagaland, which are scheduled to be held in February 2018
Nagaland CM TR Zeliang sacks four senior ministers; vacancies to be filled by Shurhozelie Liezietsu's loyalists, say sources
Nagaland chief minister TR Zeliang sacked four of his senior cabinet ministers following the reconciliation within the two factions of the ruling NPF.
Nagaland chief minister TR Zeliang on Tuesday said the state government is hopeful that the vexed Naga political issue would be resolved before the Assembly election due next year, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi is serious about it.
In a twist to the ongoing bickering within the ruling NPF, Nagaland CM TR Zeliang and NPF president Shurhozelie Liezietsu today reportedly signed a document to reconcile and re-unite.
The Election Commission has directed the two rival factions of the ruling Naga Peoples' Front to settle their dispute over the party's election symbol 'cock' through a general convention within two months.
Nagaland governor PB Acharya has expressed hope that the vexed Naga issue would be solved within the next one or two months.
Dr Shurhozelie Liezietsu on Thursday won the bye-election to 10 Northern Angami-I Assembly constituency defeating his independent rival by 3470 votes.
As many as 35 NPF legislators owing allegiance to Nagaland chief minister TR Zeliang gave 15 days ultimatum to Shurhozelie Liezietsu to quit as party president
Nagaland political crisis deepens: NPF's pro-Shurhozelie Liezietsu block to move court after Zeliang's floor test win
Meanwhile, NPF continued suspending its dissident legislators. Kezong Chang, who had been inducted as a minister in the Zeliang Cabinet being the latest addition to the list.
NPF has expelled 19 MLAs owing allegiance to ousted CM Shurhozelie Liezietsu and suspended 10 belonging to incumbent CM TR Zeliang's camp
TR Zeliang proves majority in Nagaland: Shurhozelie Liezietsu-led NPF organises 'beef festival' in protest
A faction of Naga People's Front MLAs led by ousted chief minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu organised a ‘beef feast’ in the party's head office in Kohima on Friday to protest TR Zeliang's elevation as the new chief minister of Nagaland
Though 22 MLAs revolted against his leadership, Zeliang acquired support from the remaining 38 MLAs from various parties by appealing to form an opposition-less government, and his government was saved from a fall.
Nagaland political crisis: Shurhozelie Liezietsu says dismissal of his govt 'illegal and unconstitutional'
Dethroned Nagaland chief minister Shurhozelie Liezietsu alleged that the decision of Governor PB Acharya in dismissing his government was “illegal and unconstitutional”.