The Department of Sociology, St Xavier College, Jalukie organized a musical Soiree on August 2 at the college auditorium.
New Delhi, August 6 (IANS): With the sudden demonetisation decision exposing its chinks, the country’s currency printing system is undergoing a complete overhaul, officials say. The system’s capabilities were put to the severest test during last year’s demonetisation, with millions of people standing in queues for long to get their quota of […]
Dimapur, August 6 (MExN): ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Nagaland Centre and ICAR- National Research Centre in Litchi, Muzaffarpur, Bihar jointly organized a three-day training on ‘Good Agricultural Practices in Litchi’ from August 3-5 at the conference hall of ICAR Nagaland centre. Organized under financial assistance from Tribal Sub Plan and NEH […]
San Francisco, August 6 (IANS): Apple aficionados waiting for the next flagship device might be in for a treat as the Cupertino-based technology giant is expected to launch a refresh of iPhone 7 models along with iPhone 8 in the coming months. Photos of a couple of iPhone dummy models were leaked […]
Shimla, August 6 (IANS): About 18,200 hectares of high density orchards will be raised on private land in Himachal Pradesh at an outlay of Rs 1,134 crore to be funded largely by the World Bank, an official said on Sunday. The project, to be implemented in the ratio of 80:20 between World […]
Singer Demi Lovato performed at a private show for Apple employees at the companys headquarters at Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook later thanked her for helping them celebrate diversity. Lovato, who performed on Friday night, took to social media to share her experience. She posted a photograph in which she can be […]
The Khuvung School of Music on Saturday organized a musical concert here at the State Academy Hall with an objective to provide platform to the upcoming musicians in Kohima. Altogether, 19 upcoming music artists from Kohima performed in this musical gala. Among the prominent includes such as Mengu Suokhrie, Zonimong and Bembem […]
Tharanga Yakupitiyage Inter Press Service The demographic dividend: though not a new concept, it is one of the major buzzwords at the UN this year. But what does it really mean? There are 1.8 billion young people between the ages of 10 and 24 around the world, the most in the […]
Are Naga public discussions driven by pre-conceived assumptions and personal opinions rather than by truth, evidences and facts? Why?
Some of those who voted YES had this to say: Yes, Because Nagas knows only about yesterday and exaggerate about it. We cannot think about tomorrow. Second, we cannot think beyond our own tribal community. Third, we cannot think beyond money. Fourth, we cannot think beyond receiving. Yes, Yes. We have a […]
Felix Dodds Inter Press Service At the beginning of August, the High Level Independent Panel to Assess and Enhance Effectiveness of UN-Habitat came out with its report. Before commenting on the Panel Report I want to put up front that I know that a lot of the staff in UN Habitat do excellent […]
Moa Jamir Politicians and lies are intimate bedfellows ‘All Politicians Lie. Some Lie More Than Others,’ read a cheeky headline in The New York Times in December 2015. The article by Angie Drobnic Holan, a political fact-checker, was commenting on antics of politicians in the primaries to US Presidential Election. Citing […]
Radhika Bhirani IANS Indian filmmakers are living in “absurd and scary” times, given how they don’t know what the “rules” really are, says Vikramaditya Motwane, who is one-fourth of the Phantom Films banner that produced the controversial “Udta Punjab”. “I worry about curbing of ideas… not so much about what you can […]