Mon: Police sensitized to address violence against women & children

Mon: Police sensitized to address violence against women & children

Participants with organisers and others during the consultative meeting and sensitization programme with police personnel to address violence against women and children held in Mon on May 2.   Mon, May 2 (MExN): A consultative meeting and sensitization programme with police personnel to address violence against women and children was held in Mon on May […]

‘Treading the right path of better education’

‘Treading the right path of better education’

T.Khel Gazetted Officers’ Association treasurer Neituolie Phewhuo addressing the gathering. (Morung Photo)   Our Correspondent Kohima | May 2   Tsiituonuomia Students’ Union (TSU), Kohima village on Tuesday formally launched the yearlong silver jubilee celebration of its Night Tuition Centre under the theme “Treading the right path of better education” at T. Khel indoor stadium, […]

Naga selective fussiness

Two key developments in recent weeks have clearly demonstrated two recurrent maladies that continue to besiege the Naga society, particularly the leading social and civil society organisations – selective outrage and nepotism.   Take the case of the kidnapping of two persons on April 22 in Tuensang. Under ‘normal’ scenario, such incidents would have generated […]

Dreaming of A New Sustainable Economy

Tharanga Yakupitiyage Inter Press Service   Officials from around the world came together to create and support a vision for a new, sustainable economy: a bioeconomy.   Almost 1000 bioeconomy experts, from former heads of state to civil society leaders, convened in Berlin for the second Global BIoeconomy Summit to discuss best practices and challenges. […]

And now, days of disruptive diplomacy

Rajendra Shende IANS   For the first time, the world is experiencing ice-breaking events that are not attributable to global warming. But they are definitely related to warming of another kind. There has been a sudden surge of warming of bilateral and one-to-one interactions among nations. Multilateralism is on the back-burner, at least for now. […]

4 Rohingya arrested in Manipur

Imphal, May 2 (IANS): Four members of Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority were arrested in Manipur’s Moreh town, police said on Wednesday.   Tengnoupal district Superintendent of Police (SP) S. Ibomcha on Tuesday night launched a combing operation in the border town after receiving a directive from the union Home Ministry to ensure that the Rohingyas, […]

Fascism: Recognising the beast and what it feeds on

Book Review: Fascism: A Warning; Author: Madeleine Albright; Publisher: William Collins; Pages: 304; Price: Rs 699   Vikas Datta IANS   If not the outcome of the Second World War, the Berlin Wall’s fall seemed to pave the way for democracy’s triumph — but nearly three decades later, we may be forced to rethink this comforting […]

Makeshift fruit stalls vandalized in Imphal

Makeshift fruit stalls vandalized in Imphal

Fruit sellers try to salvage the fruits after JCILPS volunteers vandalized their makeshift stalls on May 2 in Imphal.   IMPHAL, MAY 2 (NNN): The student wing of Joint Committee on Inner Line Permit System (JCILPS) vandalised makeshift fruit stalls in Dharamsala area, Thangal Bazar in the heart of Imphal today.   On April 25, […]

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