The Festivals of Phom Naga

The Festivals of Phom Naga

The traditional festivals of  Phoms  according to Elwin Verrier (1961) are Tapve mo, Monyiü, Moinyük mo,  Moha, Pang mo, Hehu mo and Man mo. But today Monyiü is their biggest traditional festival. It was celebrated in different times by different villages. But now it is uniformly celebrated from April 1-6.. Most of these festivals revolve […]

Morung Classroom: Budget Talk

Annual Financial Statement: Article 112 of the Constitution requires the government to present to Parliament a statement of estimated receipts and expenditure in respect of every financial year ­ April 1 to March 31. This statement is the annual financial statement. It is divided into three parts, consolidated fund, contingency fund and public account. For […]

Lots of Education, but no Values?

Lots of Education, but no Values?

I strongly believe in the value of education and the power it has to change a lot of things in this world. But I also think that a lot can go wrong if we don’t do it correctly or if our concepts are not clear. By education I do not mean only formal academic education, […]

Less known tax savers

Less known tax savers

With more then two days past our union budget, many have already started to look forward to our next financial year. The Union Government’s budget, once tabled in the Parliament and passed by the House, becomes effective from the next financial year, starting April 1. But there is still one month to go for the […]

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