• From feared spymaster to art gallery owner
    In this October 20, 2013 photo, Khin Nyunt, a former junta leader once known in Myanmar as the Prince of Darkness smiles in Yangon, Myanmar. Khin Nyunt had been among the country’s most feared figures - a
  • Bizarre Stories of 2011
    1. Dead Alien Found in RussiaThrough all the breaking stories of 2011, the political coups and natural disasters, the movies and the mayhem, we bring you some of the more bizarre incidents that added to the col
  • Naga Bloggers reach out to fire victims in Mon
    While most people in Kohima and Dimapur were busy celebrating Christmas with their near and dear ones. Young members of The Naga Blog decided to celebrate the true meaning of Christmas by setting out on a journ
  • Don’t give up, God is for you
    Research shows the same Top Ten New Year resolutions crop up every year. Why? It’s obvious. Because they’re just so hard to keep! While a lot of people who make new year resolutions do break them, r
  • New Year's Eve Do's and Don'ts
    Another year, another New Year's Eve celebration that could go very right ... or very wrong.We're here to help you. Read this list to ensure having the best NYE ever. Or, at the very least, read this list to en
  • Bitter Wormwood
    The struggle for independence from India by the Naga people, indigenous inhabitants of the Naga Hills, has been a story hidden for several decades. Cleverly concealed by censorship on newspaper reports, there w
  • 2012: New Year... New Resolutions ‘A resolve for every morning of the New Year’
    So, are you still working on your 2011 New Year resolution? We all make promises to improve ourselves at the beginning of each New Year. It has become quite a part of our New Year celebration and 2012 is not go
  • 'The art of merry making'
    We have overheard from our grand parents that when a hen is brought from the bazaar it is advised that the feathers are never to be burnt in the hearth lest the other hens are affected by that alien fowl. 
  • Evils of temptations
    I kept not the vows I made to GodBut the God who made me still prayed for meBelieving in the lie of the devil I was deceivedThe voices of deception and rejection ensnared meLost in a world of frustration and de
  • 2011 - Another Year of "Unfinished Business"
    The year 2011 started in great earnest, anticipation and hope for the ad-hoc teachers serving under the school education department. This was so because these so called ad-hoc teachers had been waiting for thei
  • Most advanced Tribes in Nagaland: IMAGINARY CONVERSATION OVERHEARD"
    Kevitho Kera: This is an imaginary conversation over heard by me. A conversation over a cup of Red tea infront of a Fire in a Naga Kitchen far away up in the mountains in a small Naga Hamlet; an honest heart to
  • Incipit: Moves like no other Naga rock band
    If you have heard of a very judicious rendition of ‘Moves like Jagger’ (Maroon 5) doing the rounds in the state, you should know that the band in rhythm is ‘Incipit’. Wapong Ozukum, the
  • "It Doesn't Feel Like Christmas" Syndrome
    My daughter and I geared up for the Christmas season moderately early this year. Lights were on the edge of the roof of the house and in the yard before Thanksgiving, and the Christmas tree went up Thanksgiving
  • Let the bells chime, the lights shine, let's get merrier this Christmas!
    Christmas or Christmas Day is an auspicious religious festival for Christians. It is being celebrated every year on the specified date December 25 with great fervor to commemorate the birth and life of Lord Jes
  • Make mulled wine tonight
    The traditional mulled wine is wine that has spices added to it. It may also include citrus, such as orange or lemon. It is served warm, but is not boiled, because boiling would cause the alcohol to evaporate.
  • Put Christ into Christmas
    It is sad to see that the festival of Christmas is so glamorized by the ad-world and by other people for their selfish motives. Even the word, "Christmas" has been reduced to "X-Mas". Many s
  • Funny & Interesting Christmas Facts Surrounding Christmas Celebrations
    'Jingle bells jingle bells jingle all the way' - this is a Christmas carol most of us are familiar with. Santa is a vibrant part of Christmas and the day dedicated to Jesus Christ is unthinkable without the goo
  • Peace for today and tomorrow
    Just before Jesus’ departure from this world, He did many of the things dying persons do. He gave His friends last instructions. He prayed for them a last touching prayer. He instituted an impressive ordi
  • Arcane Aspirations
    We all had an ambition once in our childhood; some of us have changed that towards something else, and some still hold onto it. At some junctures, some have drastically tainted their inclinations. The same thin
  • Finding peace in service
    True spirituality lies not just in meditation and mantras but in service and seva, discovers Reena Singh as she talks to people who have spent years doing community service and volunteer work.In all religions,