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Happiness Doesn’t Cost A Thing

Happy New Year 2015 to all the readers! It’s a common practice to make resolutions for the New Year, which we don’t keep most of

Misunderstood Prestige: Rethinking Employment & the Dignity of Labour

Our attitude towards the everyday life is shaped to a large extend by the dominant ideas of the society we live in. The society dictate ...

A SHORT TALE OF A SHOE LOVER

It was a beautiful and pleasant Sunday morning, promising a beatific and wondrous day ahead. Everything was harmonious, except for me, as I was rummaging ...

Approaching the Future

The world welcomes 2015 tomorrow amidst great celebration and festivity. The month of December has been a busy month of social activities, night carnivals, entertainment ...

The Road to Wealth

A Naga village woman carrying water, firewood and her baby along a dusty road. (Photo Courtesy: Imti Longchar) The national highway that connects Kohima with Tseminyu ...

Celebrating Christmas

Christmas is supposed to be a special time of celebration and joy. It’s a time when families get together and recall old memories and create ...

I Care. Do You?

We live in the world of growth and progress; Science is progressing. You and I are growing, developing and progressing. Everyone likes to progress in ...

Critical analysis of the Lingo-Pluralism In Nagaland: A Historical Perspective

Introduction.    The lines in the prelude contain the substance of this small write-up. Here is an attempt to bringing into light the possible foundation of ...

India has unprecedented opportunity to lead by 'Good Climate Governance'

The inconvenient truth is not that global warming is undeniably unequivocal but that we are unable to address it with the required urgency. And the ...

Racism, Casteism & Classism Looms: Rage From The Margins

Year 2014 is marked with many events, the good, the bad and the ugly. However, the human tendency is to sift and laud only the ...
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Reflections

Lend me your…errr…own money, Papa? This one looks like public money.

Autorickshaws in Dimapur strike against ‘illegal taxation’

Morung Express NewsDimapur | March 4The General Autorishaw Drivers (GAD) went on strike in Dimapur today against “illegal taxation” in their sector. The strike was

‘Address formulation of Nagaland’s water policy’

Our CorrespondentKohima | March 4 Minister for Soil & Water Conservation, National Highway and Mechanical, Nuklutoshi today said there is an urgent need to address

161 people killed in Assam-Nagaland border row since 1972: Assam MLA

GUWAHATI, MARCH 4 (PTI): At least 161 people have been killed and another 171 injured across Assam in attacks by miscreants from Nagaland since 1972.

Nagaland to get Rs 2631 Cr from central tax share

DIMAPUR, MARCH 4 (AGENCIES): Nagaland state is all set to receive 0.31 percent share of the central taxes, which amounts to Rs 2,613. This comes
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‘We want justice’

• Students shake Dimapur administration up over alleged rape •Section 144 CrPC (Curfew) imposed from 7:00pm, March 4• Rally scheduled on March 5 at 9:00am,
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XVI All Nagaland Shooting C'ship

Kohima, March 4 (MExN): The Nagaland State Rifle Association (NSRA) conducted the XVI All Nagaland Shooting Championship on March 3 at NAPTC Firing Range, Chumukedima.
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Australia Break India's Record, Hit Highest World Cup Score in History

Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke , third right, and others congratulate teammate Australia's Mitchell Johnson for taking an Afghanistan wicket during their Cricket World Cup

Glaciers in Brahmaputra basin may reduce alarmingly: Study

Dharamsala: Glaciers in the upstream basin of the Brahmaputra, a 2,900-km-long river that originates from Tibet and flows into the Bay of Bengal, are likely