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Thailand: At campuses, cracks in peaceful facade

In this September 18, 2014 photo, three students, Sirawit Serithiwat, left, Ratthapol Supasopon, second left, and Worawut Butrmatr, fourth from the left, negotiate with deputy

Basic Higher education: A Thought

Our higher education system can go much higher than the present state of affairs- we only need thinkers who can think big and implementers who ...

A Few Historical Facts Is Stated Here For Review

In the year 1964, the NBCC passed a historic resolution for bringing about ceasefire in Nagaland and to bring a Peace Mission with an aim ...

My Mistake Is Your Weapon

The trend of society is always moving from one place of mental situation to another more complicated situation based on the advancement of human civilization ...

Women Empowerment through Employment

The present scenario of women’s empowerment in developing countries calls for greater participation and decision-making in the economic, political and social spheres. In the economic ...

LITERARY CRITICISM ENHANCES THE BEAUTY OF LITERATURE

‘Criticism’ is generally understood as ‘an act of expressing disapproval of somebody or something or a statement showing disapproval’ shadowing its positive practical aspect wherein ...

Sanitation: Towards A Swachh Bharat

Sanitation and safe drinking water are key requirements for sustainable development and a good life. Yet sadly, Sanitation often remains the most neglected area of ...

Scottish referendum opens the Pandora's box in Britain

Things are very strange in Britain nowadays. People are talking politics. Pubs, supermarkets, hospitals, offices, everywhere people are more engaged in political debate than gossiping, ...

Where is Nagaland Headed?

I have read about the origin of the ‘Nagas’, the root from where I have originally come. People from different states, different colours have raised ...

Affluence eludes poor crowding into Asian cities

In this August 14, 2014 photo, people walk in an alley at a densely populated slum near the main business district in Jakarta, Indonesia. Across ...
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Swachh Bharat Abhiyan committees constituted

Kohima, December 18 (DIPR): In order to effectively implement the “Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission)” campaign in Nagaland, the Government of Nagaland has constituted

Dimapur GBs Asso refutes allegations

Dimapur, December 18 (MExN): Refuting the allegations made by the Aghunaqa Kukami Kuqhakulu (GBs Association) which appeared in local dailies on December 16, the Dimapur

Practice the act of embracing, urges FNR

‘In a world of multiple unique identities and boundaries, the Naga boundary must be reflexive and permeable’DIMAPUR, DECEMBER 18 (MExN): The Forum for Naga Reconciliation
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Pakistani student, Mohammad Baqair, who survived last Tuesday’s Taliban attack

Pakistani student, Mohammad Baqair, who survived last Tuesday’s Taliban attack on a military-run school and was slightly injured, poses for a picture holding a photograph
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CM calls for restructuring of NST

Nagaland Chief Minister, TR Zeliang (5th right) along with his cabinet colleagues, NST officials and others after the CM unveiled the monolith to commemorate 50
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Reflections

150 for a piece of Pork? Are you sure it`s pork? Look closely, it might be something else, like gold nugget.

Employees of Khadi & Village industries unpaid for 5 months

Dimapur, December 18 (MExN): Employees of the State Government’s Department for Khadi and Village Industries have not been receiving their salaries for five months now.

Congress censures ‘forced conversions’

Kohima, December 18 (MExN): Congress leader KV Pusa has taken strong exception to the alleged “forcible conversion” of Christians, Muslims and Dalits to Hinduism by

Digital Literacy Mission launched in Nagaland

Morung Express NewsDimapur | December 18 With the vision to empower at least one person per household with crucial digital literacy skills, the National Digital

Vehicle thieves prowl carnival vicinity

Morung Express NewsDimapur | December 18While revellers make merry, this festive season, vehicle thieves are also making hay. Several cases of vehicle thefts were reported