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‘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 ...

Life term for Uighur scholar chills ethnic dialogue

A life sentence given to a moderate Chinese scholar on Tuesday shows the ruling Communist Party is cutting off dialogue on ethnic tensions and could ...

A new touch to Indian diplomacy

Indian diplomacy may have lost its highfalutin edge with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, known to have little patience for bombast, keeping his sentences, like his ...

Climate Summit to Spark Action

On September 23, I have invited world leaders from government, business, finance and civil society to a Climate Summit in New York so they can ...

Now, pay for lifts, & more for high floors

It is morally wrong to describe a whole group of people as "incarnations of evil". Unless we're talking about landlords, since that's a scientifically proven ...

Say ‘No’ to War and Media Propaganda

While the United States, United Kingdom and NATO are pushing for war with Russia, it behoves people and their governments around the world to take ...

World Hunger: 1 in 9 people undernourished

The number of hungry people in the world has fallen sharply over the past decade but 805 million, or one in nine of the global ...

Leh's school where dreams are born through education

In April, Leh district's last village of Kanji in the western Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir received electricity for the first time. It was ...

The British Empire's week of reckoning

The expansion of the second and more recognised British Empire amounted to a formidable amassing of territory since 1497. Quite accurately, at its prime, the ...
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Everyone wins when a leader gets better

Morung Express NewsKohima | October 25“Leaders in Nagaland need to unlearn a lot of things. We have got the whole idea of leadership wrong,” says

‘Cogitating’ for a better future

Monalisa Changika releases book of essaysMorung Express NewsDimapur | October 25 Journalist-Poet Tiamerenla Monalisa Changkija is probably used to befuddled reactions to her revolutionary ways
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‘Nagas suffering from I, me, myself syndrome’

Students from various schools in Dimapur attending the Students’ Spiritual Conference at Agri Expo on October 25. (Morung Photo) Morung Express NewsDimapur | October 25 “Nagas

‘Expedite process for setting up JWF’

KOHIMA, OCTOBER 25 (MExN): The Nagaland Press Association (NPA) today submitted a memorandum to the Nagaland state Chief Minister urging to expedite the process of

Violence is not the answer, Patton says

DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 25 (MExN): Nagaland state Home Minister, Y Patton today appealed for peace and stated that “violence is not the answer for any issue.”
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MDFA trophy: SSS storms into final

Aküm of Shitilong SA being booked by the referee for foul play in the second semi-final match of the XX MDFA Trophy 2014. The match

ITBP to double strength along Arunachal border

NEW DELHI: Though much of the border trouble vis-a-vis China has been visible in Leh-Ladakh region recently, it is the Arunachal Pradesh border which is
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Goal for Peace: Barak FC wins NSF Martyrs' Cup

(LEFT) Nagaland state Home Minister, Y Patton with the winning team. (RIGHT) A player from Naga United Club with a young girl before the start