• Nagaland Assembly's 15minutes of shame
    Kelhou E Chielie: I just logged in a while back and I came across a post in NOTD that this morning NLA session lasted for just about 15 minutes! That's right, 15 MINUTES! I am truly pained and angered by
  • What’s the BUZZ about….!!!
    Imtipong Longkumer Asst. Prof., BBA Dept. St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Have you ever wanted a job where you do minimal work, all the hard work will be done on your behalf and still better you g
  • Peace is not a commodity
    It’s too easy for us today to say this word, Peace. It feels to me that just about anyone can now stand up and say that they are working for peace even when their actions are furthest from it. It’s
  • Multiple Intelligences And Our Teaching Approach
    Vemedo Kezo Department of Education, St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   PROLOGUE Every human person is endowed with gifts for the enrichment of his or her personality and to the society.  T
  • Understanding the Youth of Today
    Medonuo Pienyu HoD., Dept. of Sociology St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   We all are aware of the maxim, “the youth of today are the future of tomorrow”. The young people have the power
  • Corruption in Nagaland: mystery of all mysteries
    Rokovizo Kuotso Angami Naga: Stories of corruption among the high and mighty have shaken India in recent times. However, no news of that size and shape has emerged from Nagaland. If anyone is saying anything on
  • A Morung for our times
    I have just returned from a very successful visit to Mount Olive College, Kohima. And I have been suitably impressed. We were picked up by car so we took the British road meaning the road that forks off downwar
  • The Misinterpreted Significance of “One Government One Tax”
    Atsung Imchen: I am not here to justify what ACAUT is and neither am I speaking on behalf of them or their ideologies. I am here as an individual with the thoughts of mine alone irrespective of what their real
  • Why write children’s books?
    Why not? I belong to a generation of children who grew up reading fairy tales by Hans Andersen and the Grimm brothers and my heroes were the Marvel comics superheroes. My big brother and his best friend James Y
  • 'The Almighty'
      “If the Rich could hire other people to die for them, the Poor could make a wonderful living.”  - Yiddish Karaiba James Asst. prof. Dept of Political Science Sjc jakhama  
  • Delay in Nagaland University results
      Yimti Yong Dang: Resentment over late results deferred by the Nagaland University has altered a total wastage of time and money filling up of enrollment exam forms and also booking tickets etc to proceed
  • Dignity of labour: encounter at Dimapur
    Rejulong Lemtur: Went for a hair cut today. Our area lacks skilled barbers. The one we have are all non-Nagas. To my surprise, I saw a Naga barber in the shop today. When asked he said he moved just few weeks b
  • Perspective on Career Guidance & Counselling in Nagaland
    K. Zubemo Humtsoe, Asst. Professor Dept. of Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama Interacting with few students in Nagaland has stimulated my enthusiasm to relook int
  • Time it was & what a time it was
    Maybe it wasn’t always a time of innocence and confidences, but it sure was good. The past, that is, the good old days, the childhoods that we have gone through and never will return to. My younger brothe
  • The secret of National Highway 61
    Neingu Anga Neikh: Enroute Wokha via Tseminyu!   I have been travelling regularly through this road since the past couple of years - primarily for my job, serving the 'Government'. And well, aft
  • Technology Integration In Education
    Sanjib Katuwal Assistant professor Department of Chemistry St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   Technology integration is defined as the use of technology to enhance and support the educational enviro
  • Christians and Social Responsibility
    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
  • The Power of Positive Thinking
    Md. Tabrej Director, Dept. of Business Administration St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama   You have probably had someone tell you to think positive when you were in a trying situation. That is because
  • On govt schools’ 0% result
    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
  • Beware of Ponzi Schemes
    Saju Mathew Head, Dept. of Economics St. Joseph’s College, Jakhama, Nagaland Ponzi scheme is a fraudulent investment operation that promises high rates of return in the short period at little risk