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Far from respite, monsoon showers diseases on rag pickers

Delhi citizens are eagerly awaiting the onset of the monsoon for a respite from the oppressive heat. However, for the tens of thousands of city

Things We Do with Land in Northeast India

On 8thNovember, 2013, a crowd of four hundred farmers including women gathered in a village called Bardhanara in Nalbari district (Assam) to interact with ecofeminist ...

Post-budget, Right-Left divide will become wider

Those who had expected the budget proposals to signal a flying start to the currently stalled economic reforms in keeping with Narendra Modi's reputation for ...

Rural jobs scheme is too big to fail

There has been quite an outrage for the lack of vision towards the social sector in Arun Jaitley’s budget. There was a lot of anticipation ...

Brazil faces issues around race & racism

Former Brazilian national midfielder Arouca, playing for Pele's old club Santos, was doing a sideline TV interview a few months ago when opposing fans began ...

Primeval Sentiments And Nagas: Thinking Outside The Box

Egalitarian in outlook and fiercely independent in social moorings, the Nagas set themselves apart from their neighbours on various counts. Casteless society; distribution of wealth ...

Djokovic's pep talk swept aside 'fear'

Novak Djokovic knew all along that his game was good enough to win more Grand Slam titles. It was his mind that was the problem.And ...

How well do people identify stinging bugs?

Most adults have a tough time telling hornets, wasps and bees apart, which could spell trouble if a sting causes a severe allergic reaction, according ...

A twilight, amoral world: Some Cold War spy fiction

Think espionage and the first image flashing in your mind will be of a suave, smartly-clad "secret agent" pulling off the most complex mission single-handed. ...

Was Delhi University fiasco avoidable?

The high drama over FYUP (Four Year Undergraduate Programme) rollback at Delhi University has raised many pertinent questions. Delhi University has become a case study ...
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Reflections

Our village is starting to look like a graveyard. So next time instead of foundation stone please give us sign boards.

NSDZ proposal is self-defeating: NTC

DIMAPUR, JULY 28 (MExN): The Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC), while welcoming the Nagaland state government’s move to consult civil bodies on the setting up of

NNC (NA) informs

Dimapur, July 28 (MExN): The NNC (Non Accordist) has informed all its members, except Kilonsers and Deputy Kilonsers, to submit their appointment orders “issued earlier

Thomas calls for realistic approach to border issue

DIMAPUR, JULY 28 (MExN): Nagaland Parliamentary Secretary for Border Affairs and Women Development, Thomas Lotha, has called for a “realistic and pragmatic” approach towards solving

DNSU election and general conference: ASUD, DSSU to abstain

DIMAPUR, JULY 28 (MExN): The offices of the Ao Students Union Dimapur (ASUD) and the Dimapur Sumi Students’ Union (DSSU) today informed that the two
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Kohima

Incessant rainfall in the state capital caused heavy landslides along NH-29 below Naga Hospital, Kohima. A half of the road was eroded away causing hindrance

GPRN/NSCN condemns ‘highhandedness’ of AR

DIMAPUR, JULY 28 (MExN): The GPRN/NSCN today condemned the “high-handedness, arrogant act and frequent atrocities committed by the Assam Rifles... time and again, taking undue

BJP to ‘reverse’ stagnancy in NE

•    Assures development for Nagaland State•    Says centre has taken cognizance of State’s financial quandary  Morung Express NewsDimapur | July 28The BJP today assured that

Centre urged to fulfill commitment to Nagas

NEW DELHI, JULY 28 (MExN): MP from Nagaland state, Khekiho Zhimomi has lamented that “no commitment made to the Nagas has been fulfilled thus far.”