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TARGETING INFLATION: Great moderation a great embarrassment

In 2003, economist Robert Lucas, in his presidential address to the American Economic Association, declared that the “central problem of depression prevention has been solved,

The rise of Christianity in the Islamic Republic

The Islamic Republic of Iran appears to be an inexhaustible social laboratory that never ceases to surprise external observers. As prominent scholar of Iran Professor ...

Clinton has reasons to run at her ready

She insists she has not decided on a second bid for the presidency. But Hillary Rodham Clinton is laying out more reasons to run than ...

Waiting for the Governor

Our house in the village is like a train with a gap, like a bogey derailed. The gap is the living room that was never ...

The difference between humans and animals: Dogs are smart

I've always told my children that they can turn traffic lights green using only their minds. My wife scolds me, but it totally works. You ...

Scientists explore using trees to clean pollution

Before the sprawling Texas city of Houston and its suburbs were built, a dense forest naturally purified the coastal air along a stretch of the ...

BOOTS ON THE GROUND: A look at World Cup cleats

Nike, adidas, Puma and other shoemakers are all trotting out new and innovative looks for this summer's World Cup. Gone are the old-school black boots ...

Long hours in front of the computer? Beware of RSI

Pain around the neck and upper limbs? Beware! It could be Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI) that comes from spending long hours before a computer.At the ...

India to implement code for energy saving

It will be mandatory for all state governments to implement by 2017 the minimum requirements for energy efficient design and construction set by the central ...

‘Indian football needs a hero’

Football fanatic John Abraham is ready and steady to make the country "live the magic" of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. The actor-producer, who is ...
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Nagaland BJP dares NPCC: Ready to defend any allegations

DIMAPUR, AUGUST 21 (MExN): In a detailed rejoinder issued to the press against the allegations made by the NPCC, Dr. M Chuba Ao, State BJP

WSBAK reasserts ‘strong support’ for NLTP Act

Dimapur, August 21 (MExN): The Western Sümi Baptist Akukuhou Küqhakulu (WSBAK) has come out expressing support for the NLTP Act, 1989. A press release from

Nagaland News File

2-Dimapur-II A/C re-organisation meetingDimapur, August 21 (MExN): The ACCC, AMCC, AYC office bearers and NPCC, NPMC, NPYC, DCC, DMCC, DYC, Seva Dal, NSUI, executive committees

Chumukedima reaffirms Feb 13 resolution

Dimapur, August 21 (MExN): In view of the reported onset of levying of taxation in Chumukedima area by various Naga Political Groups (NPGs), public leaders

NPF 19 Phek A/C questions NFHRCC’s demands

Phek, August 21 (MExN): Naga People’s Front (NPF), 19th Phek Assembly Constituency (A/C) has called the demand of Nagaland Foothill Road Coordination Committee (NFHRCC) for

Public informed to avoid travelling through Assam

Mon, August 21 (DIPR): Addressing the Mon District Planning & Development Board meeting Deputy Commissioner, Mon Angau I Thou IAS informed that blockade in Namtola

Ebola toll rises to 1,350: WHO

Geneva, August 21 (IANS/EFE): The death toll due to the Ebola virus continues to rise in West Africa and currently stands at 1,350, the World

DMC warns against ‘artificial scarcity’ of essentials

Dimapur, August 21 (MExN): Informing that there have been reports of “artificial scarcity” and “undue rise” in price of essential commodities due to the economic

NRHM employees begin agitation

Morung Express NewsDimapur | August 21 National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) Nagaland staff from over the State remained absent from work today as they protested