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  • 98 year-old British veteran visits Kohima
    98 year-old British veteran visits Kohima
    Maj. David Young, MC, with Vikeyienyu Nagi (in bed), Interpreter to Maj. General ML Grover, CO of the British 2nd Division   Charles Chasie Kohima  Major David Young, MC, of the Royal Engineers, seconded to the Bombay Sappers, visited Kohima a…
  • When did time begin?
    Kaka D Iralu All human beings are prisoners of time. From the moment we are born to the time of our deaths, all our human activities are dictated by time. All our lives follow a pattern of a time when we have to get up in the morning do our works…
  • A song and a revolution
    Tungshang Ningreichon It takes only a few to start and spread a mini revolution. Three men; Seth, Chamroy and noted folk blues singer Guru Rewben Mashangva came together and did just that. Seth and Chamroy, activists and critics of our time…
  • Implications of SARFAESI Act 2002 in context of Nagaland and Article 371 A
    Dr Andrew Ahoto Sema The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assests and Enforcement of Security Interest (SARFAESI) Act, 2002 was an Act of the Indian Parliament whereby banks and other financial institutions in India are allowed to…
  • ‘Role of Prosecutor is to deliver justice’
    Partha Pratim Baruah* Public Prosecutor, Gauhati High Court The role of the Prosecutor is not to single-mindedly seek a conviction regardless of the evidence but his/her fundamental duty is to ensure that j ustice is delivered. The Indian…
  • Rider’s Love Song
    Dr Aniruddha Babar Tetso College   Stranded on this Road, Where the wind just keep on blowing I look up at the afternoon sky.. And think of you with a heart that is crying.   The time we spent together,  The love we pledged forever God, I’m lost…
  • A conceptual guide to “Envisioning a new Nagaland”
    Jonas Yanthan The statement, “Progress is within the beholder”, in a question form is, ‘Do we have a progressive mind or the idea of progress? All of us talk about development. We expect speedy development but are not happening as we wish it to be…
  • Celebrating Naganess
    Life is beautiful in the Naga hills. Its culture is serenely magical. Its people affable and affectionate. Life is as mystique as elsewhere. Hornbills of the nature and Folklores of the old demystify the verve. And when the harvest season comes in,…
  • For the Love of Valentine
    TS Haokip   St. Valentine must be a proud man to know that a day in his honour is so divinely revered by love birds all around the world. Not satisfied with a single day, now we have valentine's week; starting with a rose day. On a lighter note, I…
  • On the Citizenship Amendment Act
    TR Zeliang Leader of the Opposition Let me, first of all, address a specific point in The Citizenship Act 1955 before I come to the context of our State Nagaland. In the Act of 1955, it is specified that a person may acquire Indian Citizenship…
  • Peaceful Solution or Profit Solution?
    Rev Fr G L Khing Kohima To be a nation is not an overnight story of struggles. There are stories of joys and pains, laughter and cries. The emergence of most nation resulted from selfless sacrifices of brave men and women. In the midst of…
  • The Citizenship Amendment Act and Secularism: A Naga Perspective
    Taka Masa Ao Senior Advocate & EX-MLA The preamble of the Constitution of India provides that we the people of India, having solemnly resolved to constitute India into a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic and to secure to all…
  • Bodo Accord: A hope for peace and stability in NE region
    Thingbaijam Dhamen Senior journalist Recently, the central government, the Assam government and the Bodo groups, including all factions of the militant National Democratic Front of Bodoland (NDFB), signed an agreement to redraw and rename the…
  • INK@ WASH – The New Generation Rising Stars
    Nellayappan B Assistant Director Directorate of School Education Kohima, Nagaland Few days back I had the privilege of attending a two days summit on Innovations and New Knowledge in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene organized by the Administrative…
  • What’s in a February Eleven?
    Kevile Dolie Dalat International School Penang, Malaysia Today is February 11, 2020. To many of us, this day might seem like another day of work. For some, it may be time to go back to school or another day of Board exams. For those interested in…
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