Participate & win

Participate & win

1. According to the Nagaland Rural Development Department, how many taxpaying households are there in the state? a) 2,43,256 b) 2,45,650 c) 3,60,300 d) 2,43,265     2. The Chakhesang and the Sumi community recently held a meet at Phek town. What was the name of the meet? a) 3rd Chakhesang-Sumi Cultural Meet b) 10th […]

Multiple Choice Questions on Environment

Multiple Choice Questions on Environment

Q1. Lantana – known as Phool Lakhri in local parlance, is a shrub found in abundance in Himachal Pradesh. It is a toxic weed and has affected the mountain diversity of the state. Lantana species are widely cultivated for their flowers. It is endemic to India. It is considered as potential fire hazard and it […]

THE NECESSITY OF SALT

THE NECESSITY OF SALT

A king had three daughters. Because they were good and beautiful, he loved them all sincerely. He did not know which one he should appoint as queen. As his birthday approached he summoned his daughters and said to them, “My dear children, I sincerely love all three of you, and for a long time have […]

Participate & win

Participate & win

1) The Regional Action on Inclusive Education (RAISE) North East which was launched on April 12, 2016 is aimed at improving the quality of education among – a) Rural children b) Urban children c) Children with Special Needs d) Children across government schools     2) Basketball superstar Kobe Bryant recently retired after a 20-year […]

Participate & win Quiz no. 5

Participate & win Quiz no. 5

1) When was the Dimapur Police Commissionerate set up? a) April 15, 2016 b) April 14, 2015 c) April, 14, 2015 d) April 15, 2015     2) What does the Pokhungri-Avakhung-Layshi Road connect Nagaland with? a) Arunachal b) Manipur c) Assam d) Myanmar     3) According to the World Happiness Report 2016, Denmark […]

Campus News

Campus News

Students of Holy Cross Higher Secondary School, Dimapur in various hues and shades at the school’s 50 years celebration  on April 16. (Morung Photo)    

18 misused English words that make smart people look silly

18 misused English words that make smart people look silly

Accept vs. Except These two words sound similar but have very different meanings. Accept means to receive something willingly: “His mom accepted his explanation” or “She accepted the gift graciously.” Except signifies exclusion: “I can attend every meeting except the one next week.” To help you remember, note that both except and exclusion begin with […]

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