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    The Mystery of the German Blood
    Khrietuonyü Noudi   If God had created all men as equals, why is it that some people assert the superiority of their race or blood? Throughout man’s history, bloody wars had been fought over this illusive notion of a so-believed and so-called…
  • The Mystery of the German Blood
    Khrietuonyü Noudi   If God had created all men as equals, why is it that some people assert the superiority of their race or blood? Throughout man’s history, bloody wars had been fought over this illusive notion of a so-believed and so-called…
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    Making choices today determine our lives tomorrow
    Rukutalu Veswuh Asst. Professor, St. Joseph’s Autonomous College, Jakhama Choice implies the voluntary act of selecting or separating from two or more things which is preferred. Our lives comprises of choices that we make, be it personal lives,…
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    Simple Nature
    Madovi David Asst Prof Dept of Chemistry, St Joseph's College (Autonomous) Jakhama Dictionary defines ‘nature’ as “The natural world that consists of all things i.e. the natural environment”. But nature defines itself as the sustainer of all…
  • FOOT-AND-MOUTH DISEASE: CLINICAL SIGNS, ITS PREVENTION AND CONTROL
    Ebibeni Ngullie1, Bhaskar Bora2 and Anamika Sharma3 SMS (Animal Science), KVK, Dimapur SRF, NICRA PC, KVK Dimapur   It is a highly contagious viral disease of cloven footed animals viz. cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat and pigs. In India, foot…
  • Weather based integrated agro advisory for the month of November 2019
    Crop Advisories Keeping weather in view, harvesting of mature rice crop should be carried out during clear days. Maintain cleanliness at the threshing floor to avoid physical impurities in seed as well as grain Follow sanitation during drying,…
  • A review: System of crop intensification on field crops
    Dr. Hannah Krujia  ACTO Agronomy, KVK Phek   With the ever increasing demand for food accompanied by the constraints of climate change and the availability and quality of soil and water, the farmers are challenged to produce more food per hectare…
  • Current and future need of hill agriculture: Soil Conservation
    Rekha Yadav   In recent times, we have achieved the target of good production of food grains for fulfilling the need of increasing population in our country. But till now, areas of hill region are still far behind in terms of agriculture…
  • India's increasing defences eat away at farmland along border with Pakistan
    Ashutosh Sharma Thomson Reuters Foundation When half a dozen trucks loaded with construction material screeched to a halt on their farms, Baryam Singh and fellow residents in the Indian village of Bobiya sensed they were soon going to lose more…
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    Naga Leadership: The need of the hour
    Dr Fr George Keduolhou Dzeyie Vice Principal (Students Affairs) St. Joseph’s College (Autonomous), Jakhama– Kohima “If a man is interested in himself only, he is very small; if he is interested in his family, he is larger; if he is interested in…
  • Unifying defence forces 
    DC Pathak  IANS  The announcement by the Prime Minister from the ramparts of the Red Fort on August 15 that the government had decided to appoint a Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) to consolidate the defence might of the country, is in tune with the…
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    Plastic bottles vs aluminium cans - who'll win the global water fight?
    A plastic bottle drifts on the waves of the sea at a fishing port in Isumi, east of Tokyo, Japan November 21, 2018. (Reuters File Photo)     Eric Onstad Reuters Global bottled water giants are ramping up trials of easily recyclable aluminium…
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    Laziness a bane to youths in Naga Society
    Catherine Kulnu Asst Prof, St Joseph's College, Jakhama Money is the root cause of evil people say. But according to me laziness is the root cause of evil. According to the Catholic principles being lazy is a sin. The reason is if one person is…
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    India is moving towards banning Single Use Plastic
    Renthungo Humtsoe  Asst. Professor, Dept of Pol Sc SJCJ (A)  As October approaches, many Single Use plastic (SUPs) items are set to disappear from our lives. From the Indian Railways to Governmental departments, Airlines, Courts, Restaurants,…
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    Frenchbean cultivation in Longleng District of Nagaland- a Success Story
    Dr Patu K Zeliang ACTO, PBG, KVK Peren   Frenchbean (Phaseolus vulgaris) commonly known as kidney bean, common bean or rajmash is a green vegetable as well as grain pulse and economically a very profitable crop. Thus its commercial cultivation…
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