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  • Baseless allegation by Heraka Association
    The Zeliangrong Heraka Association has submitted a memorandum to the president of India against Naga Christians. In its memorandum, the association alleged many baseless and unfounded allegations against the Na
  • Dzükou Valley, never a part of Manipur
    The recent statement of MLA from Manipur RK Theko, alleging that Dzükou Valley was part of Manipur is completely baseless, unsubstantiated and a hopelessly futile attempt to sabotage an undisputable and undisp
  • KTSSU questions district government employees
    The head officials of some department posted at Kiphire Town (The Headquarter of Kiphire District) are questioned by the Kiphire Town Sangtam Students’ Union for their irregularities in the office and staying
  • The trouble in Ukhrul
    Jacob ShaizaThe Ukhrul town comprising around 3000 households and 27 clans with the customary King as the head of the Village Authority (V.A) is in deep mess today, notoriously for the misdoings of some persons
  • Naga Peace Talks: ‘Little Hopes’
    U A Shimray In the post-colonialism, India has followed two pronged policy for territorial integration, that is, use of armed might [coercion] and negotiation. For instance, Kashmir issue was discussed und
  • Herein lieth the future of the Nagas
    God’s name be praised!Recently, we had the great privilege of conducting a Bible Camp for the orphans from 6th – 9th July, 2006 at the Gilgal School, Padum Pukhri, Dimapur. About 62 orphans, studying in Nur
  • View of Nagaland VDB in the last 25 years
    Pangeronen Aier,C/o Lucky StudioAlongmen WardMokokchung – 7978601, NagalandIn the highlight of the state current revival of course on civil society is significant with regards to ponder of faith within the pe
  • Guidance for self-employment
    TemjenkabaGuidance Programme for career development typically has employed opportunities as one of their main focus. This tends to make clients, particularly students, believe that they must look for job openin
  • Democratic Political Governance of Nagaland
    RC Chiten JamirThe Genesis of Nagaland StateFor nearly a century, the British India Government administered the Naga Hills as a part of Assam Province. Beginning from 1886, the Naga Hills remained as a cultural
  • Can N factions, P parties, C denominations come together
    In the beginning, the Naga freedom fighters were one, one principle one aim. With the passage of time they split and became NNC, NSCM – (IM), NSCN- (K) (N-factions). In the same manner, after the interim Naga
  • Drive against corruption- when will we start?
    With the Right to Information Act firmly in place, many of us see everyday in both print and electronic media, the nation wide ‘Drive against bribes’. Sadly in Nagaland, the people especially our NGOs and C
  • “Set Dzüko Record Straight”
    While making a reiteration in connection with the above which appeared in N/Post on 28/06/06 that no Naga lives on others land or in other words, Nagas live in their own land. Dziiko lies in the land of some pa
  • A retrospective view of Nagaland VDB in the last 25 years
    It is well known to many of us in Nagaland and other parts of India also though, they are having Panchayat Raj, that the Village Development Board of Nagaland has done a marvelous works (Job) in rural Areas up
  • Other side of silence
    It pains me when we see the real estate of the very foundation of our society. Presently there is much talk about computer, the latest technology and its uses, space research and satellite etc. it sounds good a
  • The language and ethics of reporting on HIV/AIDS
    Lolano P. KhuvungPeople living with HIV/AIDS already suffer considerably from the stigma, prejudices, misconceptions and fears surrounding the syndrome. Therefore, while reporting news about them, it is importa
  • Changki Senso clarifies
    The Changki Ayem Asem Senso Mongdang (CAASM) express surprise to read the article “Cultural Renaissance of Changki” by Imkongnungsang Jamir published in Morung Express which is contradictory with that of th
  • View of Nagaland VDB in the last 25 yrs
    Mrs. Lolano KhuvungDIPR, Kohima, NagalandThe 1st VDB in Nagaland was formed in Ketsapo village by the then D.C. Phek, Padmashree A.M. Gokhale, in the year 1976 on experimental basis. Based on the rich social ca
  • Representation for Redressal of Disabled Grievances
    I the undersigned physically challenged person have the honor to draw your kind attention on the pathetic attitude shown towards the disabled by the State Govt, as the sole authority for redressal of our grieva
  • A Retrospective View of Nagaland VDB in the last 25 years
    Dr. M.L. Ngullie, Senior Lecturer,Dimapur Govt. CollegeThe Village Development Board (VDB) is a grass-root level rural development institution that is involved in planning and implementation of rural developmen
  • Merit, quotas... Do we wait for some more?
    It isn’t about these categories. Our approach towards education as a responsible exercise aimed at dealing with country’s innumerable problems is warpedLalit Kumar DasThree most unfortunate things happened