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Cocaine cash is polluting Peruvian politics

Frank BajakAssociated PressIn his run for governor of a rough Peruvian jungle state, Manuel Gambini has repeatedly cited his plaudits from the U.S. government for

Half a Century of Struggle Against Underdevelopment

In this August 14, 2014 photo, a woman walks along a city canal as office and apartment construction site is seen in the background at ...

'This Changes Everything' tackles global warming

"This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate" (Simon & Schuster), by Naomi KleinCutting the vast amounts of man-made pollution that feed global warming is an ...

Live and let live: Himachal court bans animal sacrifice

Live and let live. This idiom has summed up the landmark 110-page humane judgment of the Himachal Pradesh High Court that banned the age-old tradition ...

Studies fault warming in much of 2013 wild weather

Scientists looking at 16 cases of wild weather around the world last year see the fingerprints of man-made global warming on more than half of ...

Death, hunger stalk tea-estate workers

In this August 25, 2014, photo, a tea worker Chitramani Mahali holds her son as her ailing father in law tries to come out from ...

The high and mighty are no longer immune

The belief in the years immediately after independence that there were two sets of laws in India - one for the rich and the other ...

Israel's Mossad turns to online

It used to be that if you wanted to join one of the world's most secretive espionage organizations you had to sneak into a foreign ...

‘Leadership dominant in NDA, was 'very loose' in UPA’

He stirred a hornet's nest with his explosive CAG report on the allocation of 2G telecom spectrum, but Vinod Rai, now retired, is sticking to ...

Grassroots women work to build a better society

Last year's Uttarakhand tragedy changed Hiresha Verma's life forever. After witnessing the plight of several women who had become widows in several villages of the ...
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Reflections

What’s stopping you from naming the 800 Swiss A/c holders?

‘Children still wait for food’

DIMPAUR, OCTOBER 22 (MExN): The Eastern Naga Student’s Federation (ENSF) is dismayed by the Nagaland state government’s “non-fulfilment” of its assurances regarding regular implementation of

NERPSIP to strengthen NE ‘power scenario’

Transmission and distribution projects formulated for Nagaland KOHIMA, OCTOBER 22 (MExN): The Department of Power for Nagaland State today informed that a policy to strengthen
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Honey in the Rocks

(LEFT) A bee harvester from Khonjiri village in Mt Saramati Range under Kiphire district engaged in rock bee harvesting. (RIGHT) Villagers biting into the honey

One shot at in Ralan area

Dimapur, October 22 (MExN): One person was shot at allegedly by Assam Police at Liphanyan village in Ralan area of Wokha district around 1:30 pm
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Recycling waste items into utility products

Achila Imsong, Watsu President and others going through the item on display during the exhibition cum sales day on recycled products at Mokokchung Municipal Shopping

Nagaland News File

TAUK 4th General SessionKohima, October 22 (MExN): In pursuance of the Tobu Area Union Kohima (TAUK) Executive meeting held on September 13, the 4th General
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OMS conducts medical camp at North Sikkim

From left: Nchumbemo Lotha, Dr. Joel Ngullie, Dr. Swuduvelu Ngullie, Nchumbeni, Zubeni Ezung, Nrisao Merry and Rev.J.T. Lotha.Dimapur: The Okotsoe Mission Society (OMS) conducted a

Students’ Spiritual Conference in Dimapur

Dimapur: The three days Students’ Spiritual Conference will be held at Agri Expo 4th Mile Dimapur under the theme ‘Save Generation’ from October 24 to