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  • The Naga Blog
    Local business: Customer service, experience and a little remedy Edward Jamir: My mom doesn't usually prefer buying from shops owned by locals; the reason for which I was soon going to witness while on
  • What if you’re one of the victims?
    Hazel Berret Wahlang Documentation and Project Officer St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama     Child sexual abuse is a global reality that occurs across all social, economic and age groups and hap
  • Hard realities we can fight
    “Palaver not finished,” a friend from Zimbabwe used to say if he had something important on his mind but noticed that people were moving away from him. He is now dead and gone and still leaves behin
  • Reasoning in the midst of extreme criticisms
    Arenjungla Kichu: I seriously don't like saying this but it has been getting into my head and I want to clear off my chest as well.   Something that really bothers me is the criticism and the judgme
  • Building Leadership for Multitasking Skills
    Vemedo J Kezo Department of Education, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   PRELUDE The mass media explosion and digital revolution have make things so versatile that their usage has become indispensa
  • To err is human, to forgive is divine
    Moali Pongen: Perhaps, it might not be worth mentioning, incidences that are personal but there's this restless pesky feeling in me which won't stop unless I pour out my miserable pain in words. Not lit
  • The Spirit of a Fighter
    Usually I prefer to coin the titles of my articles myself from my own imagination and I don’t like borrowing or taking article titles from other sources. But the title of this article is not coined by me.
  • A modern-day Morung for each town
    I haven’t given up on this theme. Because we definitely need it. The modern morung can be a place in a central location in each town. Its use would be much more embracing keeping in mind the changing need
  • The Naga Blog
    Private taxis or daylight robbers Renjamo Odyuo: The private taxis plying from Naga Hospital clearly does not know the value of money. If they did, they wouldn't try to rip us of off our hard earned mone
  • LISTENING TO THE LIVES OF OTHERS
    Rev. Fr. C. Joseph Counsellor St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama     Counselling is a tale about themselves told by people with help from the universal language of their eyes, their hands, and ev
  • The Naga Blog
    The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music  and current events in Naga
  • Greed, The Mother Of Corruption
    Sasietho Felix Asst. Professor St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   “Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.” ― Mahatma Gandhi  
  • WHERE ARE WE HEADING TO…??
    Sasietho Felix Asst. Professor St.  Joseph’s College Jakhama   Today as we look around our Naga society in every aspect of our social life, it makes me feel so sad to be part of it for we ar
  • THE NAGA BLOG
    Business in the name of religion should be discouraged Nyanbemo Lotha Naga: I write this with much anticipation as to how many people out there will actually subscribe to my view point but lately I could not
  • Is secularism at threat in Indian Democracy?
    Lilly humtsoe St. Joseph's College, Jakhama Assistant Professor Dept. of Political Science   Independent India is one of the largest states in the world. This vast population is made up of people p
  • The war against Negativity
    In small pockets of the planet, enlightened individuals are warring against the forces of negativity. Those forces are not extra terrestrials, not figments of Science Fiction’s imagination, but they are r
  • The Naga Blog
    The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music  and current events in Naga
  • Entrepreneurial Education For Self Reliance
    Vemedo J Kezo Asst. Professor Department of Education St. Joseph’s College Jakhama   Nagaland has 63,733 educated, unskilled and unemployed youth. We have produced through our formal education so
  • Questions to civil organizations in Nagaland against their stance on women reservations
    The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music  and current events in Naga
  • Remembering Uncle Ben
    In April this year, I visited Aolichen for Uncle Ben’s sake. “Uncle Ben” is how I, and the many Nagas and non-Nagas that knew him, have always called him. The rest know him as Dr I Ben Wati. &