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The night is too long

•- The time has come for all the Nagas to rise up in one chorus and one united band and pray to God to “Revive us (again) Lord in the midst of killing and hatred spirit as opined by H.Apise and agree with Simon Angami” I will not kill anymore. “Of the numerous writing appearing in daily medias the above two articles may be closet to the truth. Let us therefore join together proclaim it loudly so that it will be heard through out the vales and mountains and every corner of Nagaland. Let it not be forgotten that Nagas came to this part of the country without a worldly kingdom and found one of heavenly kingdom but soon because of pride, we are also on the verge of losing it.
Thtefore,before it is too late let us  to humble ourselves once again before the mighty hand of God who has promised to lift us up in His own right time. “I otherwise if we continue to say I am right and you are wrong killing one another; kidnapping and extortion through threat etc under the very eyes of the enemy will only bring death and destruction to the hard earn Naga National Movement. Therefore, it is time to call a spade ‘a spade’ and also the time has come for every true national workers and right thinking Nagas to stand together and proclaim “ I will not kill anymore” in answer to “what about you?” and pray to the Lord to revive us again.
The night has been too long and we are no more comfortable with darkness .Therefore, let us pray that morning light would soon break upon the hearts of every Naga leaders so that they may usher in peace and reconciliation so that the simple Naga people will breath freely once again.
TL Angami

An appeal to the Education Department

•- Since the Education Department of Nagaland had already declared the result of the Hindi Teachers recruitment written examination in a record time of within ten days after the examination was conducted. It will also be fair to these candidates who had appeared for the teachers’ recruitment examination on 21st January 2012 that their results are also declared at the earliest. One fail to understand when two examinations, which were conducted by the same department, where the results of the examination which was conducted earlier is withheld and at the same time the results of the examination which was conducted later is declared. If this is the case then these Hindi teachers candidates will be  more senior in term of service and these non Hindi teacher candidates will be at the lost in terms of seniority when they joint the service. So its a humble appeal to the Education Department that  in order to do Justice to these candidates  whose results are yet to be declared,  that the results of the viva/oral interview for the Hindi teachers recruitment examination are  declared only when the results for the non Hindi teachers are  also declared. In this way  no candidates will lost their seniority when they joint the  government service.

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