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Racism on the rise in India

L Khino, 27, vividly remembers Christmas Eve at the Indian capital's famed Connaught Place shopping hub four years ago: the blinking lights, the buzzing crowd,

A Belated Signature of Our Statehood

On 3rd March 2014 (Monday), the Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio accompanied by a host of dignitaries laid the foundation stone for the first medical college ...

Should the military have a say in governance?

In 1992, the Indian Army chief, General Sunith Francis Rodrigues, had to apologise to parliament for suggesting that the armed forces had a stake in ...

Poverty Of Imagination: Naga Designers Toying of Cultural Attires

We have lauded our young Naga designers who have received recognition in the national and international fashion shows. It can be considered as a great ...

Israeli Miss World's anti rape crusade goes global

In the photo on Tuesday, March 18, 2014, former Miss World Linor Abargil poses with her four-month-old daughter at her home in Netanya, Israel. When ...

Tax Planning

The month of March will soon be over. We are left with the last week of this financial year. For most companies, February is probably ...

Cell Phones: Pros and Cons

In the early days, pigeons were used as means of communication. Later, written messages were sent through letters by post. As time passed, telephones came ...

Problems and Prospects of Higher Education in Nagaland

Where does Higher Education in Nagaland stand? On 8th February, 2014, the teaching staff of St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama had a workshop cum  meeting where ...

Chew on this: Gum loses its pop

Gum seems as appealing as that sticky wad on the bottom of a shoe these days.Americans just aren't as crazy about chomping away on the ...

‘Lost World’ braces for tourism

In this Sunday, February 9, 2014 photo, Moken children, nomads of the sea, paddle their canoe near Island 115 in Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar. The children ...
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Major fire in Pessao Village, 24 houses gutted

Mon: Altogether twenty-four (24) houses were completely burn down to ashes and twenty-one (21) houses were damaged in a fire incident that happened in Pessao

ACAUT encourage students to fight against corruption

Students, staff and others listen to a member of ACAUT during a session conducted at Sakus Mission College, Dimapur on April 16. Dimapur: In the backdrop

Good Friday celebrated at Cathedral Church

Kohima: The Good Friday Service was celebrated in two parts at the Cathedral Church, Kohima, led by Most Rev. Dr. James Thoppil, the bishop of

Village councils demand for PHC at Yan-Mhonmo

Wokha: The Akuk Village Council, Mekokla Village Council, New Akuk Village Council and Chanka Village Council fully have extended support to the demand for establishment

‘Enough is enough’

NWHD says women will not live in silence and fear DIMAPUR, APRIL 19 (MExN): The Naga Women Hoho Dimapur (NWHD) has strongly condemned what it

Special Branch Dimapur recovers fake currency

DIMAPUR, APRIL 19 (MExN): The Special Branch of the Dimapur police recovered counterfeit currency amounting to Rs. 40,000 from the possession of a woman in

COMMUNITY FISHING – A threat to fragile ecosystems

In this Morung File Photo, people gather for Community Fishing, which requires poisoning of the river—experts now suggest that such “unethical” practices need to go