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The Cry of a Modern Man

Where are we today? What have we become of? What kind of modernity? What is yet to happen? These are some of the little question

'12 Years a Slave' Rises Up

Director Steve McQueen, left, speaks while he and the cast and crew of "12 Years a Slave" accept the award for best picture during the ...

The rise of extremist Buddhism in Sri Lanka

Suddenly, a group of monks, with heads clean shaven and wearing saffron & red robes, emerge out of nowhere on a dark street in Colombo. ...

Few Army women want combat jobs

Only a small fraction of Army women say they'd like to move into one of the newly opening combat jobs, but those few who do ...

A Statement of Epic Proportion

The energetic and frenetic Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has finally resigned after being in a roller-coaster political ride for 49 days. Ever since ...

Global Citizenship Key to World Peace

Nobel Laureate Betty Williams started her speech to a peace forum at the U.N. headquarters on February 21 with perhaps the last thing the audience ...

Financing Education

Rahim Ali’s son Saddiq is a brilliant student. A well- mannered lad, he made us all proud a few years ago, when he stood sixth ...

Time Can Transform Lives

Most fathers, if not all, when asked, ‘what grades their kids are in?’ have a fairly strong chance of getting it wrong, so much for ...


Native American Christians dressed in traditional regalia. FOR GENERATIONS, Native North Americans and other Indigenous peoples have lived the false belief that a fulfilled relationship with ...

Morocco, modern Islam, and the future of Africa

In the wake of unprecedented Islamist explosions and attacks across North Africa, the foreign ministers of 19 countries - including France and much of North ...
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NSDZ & Economic development in Nagaland

In conversation with Neichüte DouloVibi YhokhaKohima | April 17“In the next twenty years, we will be de-populated. It’s very simple! That’s how economic imbalance takes

Nagaland News File

Flight rescheduled DIMAPUR, April 17 (MExN): Following the cancellation of flight AI-705 on April 17, Air India flight from Kolkata to Dimapur and vice versa

More condemns April 13 minor rape case

Dimapur, April 17 (MExN): Various organizations continue to condemn the April 13 minor rape incident at New Ministers’ Hill Kohima. Poumai Hoho Nagaland: The Poumai

Kiphire-bound liquor seized

DIMAPUR, APRIL 17 (MExN): Excise personnel manning the check-post at Chumukedima seized 324 bottles of illicit rum from a Kiphire-bound Tata Sumo (NL 07C 1825)

ANSU flays education dept

PEREN, April 17 (MExN): The education department has come under flak for negligence from the All Nchangram Students’ Union (ANSU). A press release from ANSU

15% hike in power tariff in Meghalaya

SHILLONG, APRIL 17 (PTI): The Meghalaya State Electricity Regulatory Commission (MSERC) has approved a 15 per cent hike in power tariffs, rejecting the state government's

Naoba's Chakhumang: A must for contemporary Manipuri food

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): It's been around for more than two decades and its chef has worked at New Delhi's Hyatt Regency Hotel. Today, Naoba's

Irom Sharmila not allowed to vote

Imphal, April 17 (IANS): Human rights activist Irom Sharmila Chanu, who has been on a fast for 13 years against a special, stringent anti-terror act