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Do the roads in Nagaland have a prayer?

A stretch of road in Mon Town in October 2014—not very different from most other roads in Nagaland. (Morung Photo) Here we go again, laments for

Let’s Football

The Indian super league (ISL) is expected to change the face of sports in India. It is not how a football game deserves to be ...

Putin, the 'bad guy' in global diplomacy

At every summit, Russian President Vladimir Putin plays the role of the "bad guy", whether he offers a shawl to the Chinese first lady or ...

Naga festivals: A pride or Burden

The State of Nagaland is comprised of tribes. Each tribe has its distinct language which cannot be understood by the other, and its customs and ...

The Women Project

Challenging stereotypes through artIn one of the illustrations, a slightly plump Amanda, against a pastel brown background, is wearing a red off-shoulder-high-slit gown that reveals ...

Insights on hummingbird travel, life span revealed

Hummingbirds are giving up some of their secrets. The perfecting of placing tiny numbered bands on their legs in the last decade has led researchers ...

The Colosseum: Ancient ruin or the modern venue?

Don't expect gladiators to make a latter-day comeback. And soccer has already been ruled out.But an archaeologist's proposal to return the Colosseum's storied arena to ...

Intriguing tales from a 16-year-old student

When others of his age were busy decoding geometry theorems or connecting with friends on social networks, this 16-year-old was quietly weaving intriguing tales of ...

Denis Johnson explores the dark side in Africa

Denis Johnson, winner of the National Book Award for his Vietnam-era opus "Tree of Smoke," has jumped genres again in "The Laughing Monsters," a new ...

After 5 reports: Future of UN climate body debated

After a six-year scientific marathon that involved about 4,000 authors, contributors and reviewers and 30,000 climate studies, the U.N.'s expert panel on climate change has ...
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‘Solution should precede warnings’

Aggrieved Hindi teachers to agitate at DoSE todayKohima, November 24 (MExN): “The aggrieved teachers should not be forced to work on empty stomachs,” is a

Eastern Nagas ‘forcefully converted’ to Buddhism

Those Nagas who get converted to Buddhism are allegedly offered “favorable chance to become government servants”Kohima, November 24 (MExN): The Naga National Council (NNC) has

KPLT call 48-hr Karbi bandh

Morung Express NewsDimapur | November 24The Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers (KPLT) has called for a 48-hour Karbi Anglong bandh beginning November 25. The bandh has

Festival fever keeps govt offices in Kohima sparse

Naga Hoho for ‘disciplinary action’ against employees absent from work at people’s expenseDimapur, November 24 (MExN): In the Nagaland State Government offices in Kohima, Hornbill
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A veiled Indian woman talks to another as they harvest paddy at a rice field on the outskirts of Guwahati, Assam. About 60 percent of

Keeping India’s interests in mind: China on Brahmaputra dams

Beijing, November 24 (Agencies): China said on Monday that its projects on the Brahmaputra river will not have any negative impact on flood management and

Selouphe Village selected for SAGY

Dimapur: As the Government of India has launched Saansad Adarsh Gram Yojana (SAGY) on 11th October 2014 to developed Gram Panchayat into Adarsh Gram, Member

MMC co-ordination meeting held

Mokokchung: ADC & Administrator, Mokokchung Municipal Council, Bendanglila has convened a co-ordination meeting on November 21 at MMC Conference Hall to discuss on the matter

EDBA bans selling lottery tickets, calendars & donation

Dimapur: The East Dimapur Business Association (EDBA) in the meeting has reaffirmed its standing resolution on November 23, imposing ban on selling lottery tickets, calendars,

Nagaland News File

Security pass for media coverage of PM’s visitKohima, November 24 (DIPR): Media persons are informed to submit applications to the Director, IPR, for obtaining security