Parliamentary Elections 2014

Battle For The Ballot “Unity In Uniformity” Or “Unity In Diversity” Dr.  John Mohan RazuProfessor, Social Ethics, CTC, MokokchungIndian democracy is inexorably moving towards the politics of identity which represents and upholds the interests of specific religious, ethnic, caste, linguistic and minority groups.  This appears as a natural outcome of a democratic process. People belonging […]

Work and Earn, Do Not Beg!

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

Hopes, and Homes, Crumbling on Indian Tea Plantations

Max BearakThe New York Times For a century and a half, Madhu Munda’s forebears toiled on the same tea plantation that she lives and works on now. Belonging to central Indian tribes brought to what is now the northeastern state of Assam by the British in the mid-19th century, they and millions of other plantation […]

NO to Racism, YES to Humanity

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

THE NAGA BLOG

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

How much should one steal?

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

Indian cyclist in Africa spreads HIV/AIDS awareness

He’d been captured by the Taliban in Afghanistan and escaped a bomb blast in Iraq. His bicycle’s been stolen six times but Somen Debnath from the eastern Indian state of West Bengal is determined to complete his mission to pedal 200,000 km to 191 countries by 2020 and reach out to 20 million people to […]

Americans take to yoga with gusto, fuel a $27 bn industry

From US First Lady Michelle Obama to stressed out executives to students to housewives, some 20 million people in America are practising the ancient Indian art of yoga, fuelling a $27 billion industry. Michelle Obama, who turned a "fit and fabulous" 50 last Friday, told the People magazine that she’s tweaked her workout routine to […]

THE NAGA BLOG

The Naga Blog is a forum on facebook where Nagas from Nagaland and around the world network, share ideas and discuss a wide range of topics from politics and philosophy to music and current events in Nagaland and beyond. The blog is not owned by any individual, nor is it affiliated to or associated with […]

Bangkok delights beyond its nightlife, shopping

What will you do in Bangkok for seven days travelling with your family? The question, raised by a few friends just before we left for Thailand’s capital could have even raised a doubt or two in our minds on whether we were doing the right thing. Should I include Phuket or Koh Samui in the […]

Be a builder of a New World

Shalom 2014. Each and every one of us can play a part in God’s plan to remake our world into a new one. “The wealth of 200 richest people exceeds the combined annual income of the world’s 2.5 billion poorest people” Rositsa Zaimova SHIP2B. The planet is ruled by economics, aimed at making profits with […]