Manipur University Row: VC rejects leave extension order

Newmai News Network Imphal | September 4   Prof AP Pandey, Vice Chancellor of Manipur University has undermined the leave order issued by the Manipur University which was signed by the Registrar in-charge making it a possibility of another phase of impasse in Manipur University within a couple of days’ time.   Talking to media […]

‘Happy Teachers’ Day’

Dr. Asangba Tzüdir “Happy Teacher’s Day” is the most profound wish that a teacher receives on September 5 each year. But considering the state of affairs, it neither means anything nor a consolation for a lot of aggrieved teachers. Rather, it would sound ironically the opposite, which in actuality is an expression of gratitude. How […]

North East Christian University- Towards ‘Truth and Liberty’

North East Christian University- Towards ‘Truth and Liberty’

From Morung Learning to Smart Classroom: Education among the Nagas have come a long way since its inception in the traditional learning institutions like Morung. Reflecting the journey over the years, The Palm Leaf Centre (left) designed in the shape of a traditional dwelling adorns the NECU campus, reminding, among others, the hard works done […]

Believe in Being the Best

Believe in Being the Best

Asani Eshena, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Management In this world of 7.6 billion of the populace on Earth, there would be scarcely any being who does not want to be successful. Success is something which everyone craves and yearns for but it does not come easily. Daily, we witness and encounter a number of people […]

Sushant Singh Rajput donates Rs 1.25 crore to Nagaland

Sushant Singh Rajput donates Rs 1.25 crore to Nagaland

Organisers of the ‘We Care’ concert during the press conference at Symphony Café.   Upcoming and young Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput today donated a sum of Rs 1.25 crore to Nagaland Chief Minister Relief Fund.   The Indian television and film actor personally handed over the cheque to State’s Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio in […]

Erdogan has limited options to save Turkey from financial crisis

Erdogan has limited options to save Turkey from financial crisis

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attends a news conference in Ankara, Turkey on August 14, 2018. (REUTERS File Photo)   ISTANBUL, September 4 (Reuters): After 15 years in power as prime minister and president, Tayyip Erdogan faced down a weak opposition in June elections that swept away any checks and balances to the unchallenged rule he […]

ASU invites entries for 19th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy

Dimapur, September 4 (MExN): The Angami Students’ Union, the organizer of the 19th NSF Martyrs’ Memorial Trophy, 2018 has invited entries for participation in the month-long soccer tournament. The last date for submission of the forms is September 15. The tournament is scheduled from September 20 – October 21 at Local Ground (Khuochiezie), Kohima.   […]

Britain’s Labour party moves to defuse anti-Semitism row

Britain’s Labour party moves to defuse anti-Semitism row

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, arrives to attend a meeting of his party’s National Executive Committee to discuss its definition of antisemtism, in London on September 4. (REUTERS Photo) LONDON, September 4 (Reuters): Britain’s Labour Party adopted an internationally accepted definition of anti-Semitism on Tuesday, trying to defuse a row that has deepened […]

Journal of a Cook- Part 1

A fictional story   Kikruneinuo Liezietsu Kohima Nagaland   It was a rainy morning as I walked towards the school. My neighbour had joked about his old schooldays in the far off village that he as a student in a government school, rainy days were holidays. In summer, during classes if there is a rain […]

In search of true leader

D. Akato Achumi Co-ordinator, 24/7 Chain of Prayer Ministry   Leaders of history have come and gone but true leaders still lives in people’s heart and lives.   Looking closely to the present world atmosphere and attitude, we see most of them, leaders-(not all) are self centred, and don’t really care for the welfare of […]

Remembering a Teacher – Robert Thapa

Dr Eyingbeni Hümtsoe-Nienu* It’s Teachers’ Day again and memories of a school teacher inspire us to write this tribute. The teacher is our beloved Mr Robert Thapa. He worked as a teacher in Kohima English School (KES, now renamed Mezhür Higher Secondary School–MHSS) from June 1, 1978 till his sad demise on July 19, 1997. […]

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