The gospel of the Redman

The gospel of the Redman

The little book, “The gospel of the Redman” also goes by the name, The Indian Bible. It was compiled by Julia M. Seton in 1963. It is a beautiful testament a way of life which seemed very alien to the white settlers, but was revealed to be purer, higher than what they had endeavoured to […]

Impact of Customer Relation Management (CRM) in Business

Who is the most importance person in our business? What is CRM all about? Origin of CRM? Importance of CRM in business? It is common knowledge that customers are the most important people for any business organisation. They are the resources upon which the success of the business depends. Customers help business to provide repeat […]

A university which empowers women

Three Naga students share their experience at Asian University for Women   Morung Express News Dimapur | October 6   When most people their age had already settled into colleges within their comfort zones, in late August of this year, three young Naga women boldly set out to begin their new academic journey at the […]

Welcome to the land of bamboo – Nagaland

Welcome to the land of bamboo – Nagaland

Yanpvuo Yanfo Kikon: A dream come true for me to see that the great Bamboo architect Richard Belho has made bamboo market place for our street vendors! Let every market place, public space, building and design incorporate bamboo instead of ugly concrete!   From the airport to railway station to commercial houses to furniture and […]



Dr Lailyang Taniyang, MBBS, MS (ENT) Junior Consultant, Department of Ear, Nose and Throat, CIHSR 4th Mile Dimapur   AACCHOOO!! Bokato blasted into a sneeze, making a frightening grimace and leaving everyone alarmed. He had seriously mistimed putting his damp hanky onto his mouth. Meanwhile a drizzle of his oronasal fluid came down on those […]

Phishing vs. Vishing – The Verbal Challenge

Phishing vs. Vishing – The Verbal Challenge

As cyber crime explodes globally, new and challenging types of crime terms and names are emerging almost daily in public space. If being safe and secure in the virtual space was not a problem enough, citizens today have to deal with this increasingly vexatious terminology and trying to decipher. First of all they have to […]

BSF identifies 140 ‘vulnerable’ areas to stop influx of illegal immigrants’

New Delhi, October 6 (IANS): In view of the increasing influx of illegal immigrants, especially Rohingyas, the BSF has identified 140 “vulnerable” locations on India-Bangladesh border and initiated a campaign to prevent their influx by curbing the activities of touts, the BSF chief said on Friday.   “We both (Border Security Force and Border Guards […]

CBI questions Tejashwi for seven hours in IRCTC case

New Delhi, October 6 (IANS) The CBI questioned RJD chief Lalu Prasad’s son Tejashwi Yadav for over seven hours on Friday in connection with its ongoing probe into alleged irregularities in the 2006 IRCTC hotels maintenance contract case.   Tejashwi Yadav, a former Deputy Chief Minister of Bihar, reached the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) […]

GST: Relief for SMEs, threshold for composition scheme raised

New Delhi, October 6 (PTI) In a relief to small and medium enterprises, the GST Council on Friday raised the turnover threshold to Rs 1 crore for businesses to avail of the composition scheme that allows them to pay 1-5 per cent tax without going through tedious formalities.   With small businesses and traders complaining […]

Horticulture Director retires; department bids farewell

Kohima, October 6 (MExN): The Department of Horticulture bid farewell to the outgoing Director, N. Amos Ao, who retired after rendering 35 years of service. The programme, which was attended by a host of dignitaries including AHoDs and Director, Agriculture, was held on October 4 at the Directorate of Horticulture, Kohima.   Speaking on behalf […]

Farmer’s training held under Tribal Sub Plan

Dimapur, October 6 (MExN): AICRP (VC), Nagaland Centre, SASRD, NU under TSP (Tribal Sub Plan) conducted a farmer’s training on ‘nursery management of vegetable crops’ at adopted village- Hekheshe to highlight the farmers on the importance of nursery management in vegetable production and to make them aware of the benefits and advantages of raising a […]

UGC launches common syllabi in higher learning

Kohima, October 6 (DIPR): The University Grants Commission (UGC) had been noticed that Psychology, as taught in institutions of higher learning was neither keeping pace with the recent developments in the discipline nor fulfilling the social needs. The prevalent course contents commonly taught in the classroom were not rooted in the national ethos. UGC, therefore, […]

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